# πLeaderboard

The leaderboard is divided into Creator leaderboard and video leaderboard, which are ranked by comprehensive scores based on the number of plays, βBoomβ, likes, and shares. The uploaders of videos in the leaderboard account for 60% of the revenue, while the fans who βBoomβ account for 40%, and the dividends are distributed according to the number of βBoomβ.

The Creator leaderboard is scored based on the weekly number of plays, βBoom β, likes, and successful invitations, as well as the weekly new number of followers.

The video leaderboard is scored based on the weekly number of plays, βBoom lightsβ, and likes of each video.

**The score calculation for the Creator leaderboard is as follows:**

Int( [number of plays/500 plus weekly number of likes/200 plus number of comments/100 plus weekly number of new fans/50 plus weekly number of Boom/10 plus weekly number of successful invitations/5] * 10)

If the weekly number of plays exceeds 30,000, it is calculated as 30,000. If the weekly number of likes exceeds 12,000, it is calculated as 12,000. If the weekly number of comments exceeds 6,000, it is calculated as 6,000. If the weekly number of new fans exceeds 3,000, it is calculated as 3,000. If the weekly number of βBoomβ exceeds 600, it is calculated as 600. If the weekly number of successful invitations exceeds 300, it is calculated as 300.

**The score calculation for the video leaderboard is as follows:**

Int ( [number of plays/500 plus weekly number of likes/200 plus weekly number of Boom lights/5 plus weekly number of shares/60] * 10)

If the weekly number of plays exceeds 30,000, it is calculated as 30,000. If the weekly number of likes exceeds 10,000, it is calculated as 10,000. If the weekly number of Boom lights exceeds 3,000, it is calculated as 3,000. If the weekly number of shares exceeds 500, it is calculated as 500.

All likes, shares, and Boom are only counted for the current week (calculated by the back management system), and are reset to zero every Sunday. However, the total number displayed for each video is still the sum of all the likes, shares, and Booms.

The video reward earnings on the leaderboard are distributed with 60% going to the corresponding video creator and 40% going to the audience who Boom the light on the video.

If the audience has a Genesis PassNFT of level 4 or higher, they can increase their earnings by more than 40%.

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