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You can specify localised text for the Contest and Competitions label, description and terms and conditions to be translated into a specific language. If you need to add additional languages, go to Settings → Languages and add a new language to be stored.  You can read more about how to add an additional Language to the list of accessible languages in the Contest translation here.

 

When no Languages are added to the Space then this step is skipped and not shown in the Simple competition creation Step 6

TRANSLATIONS fields

EXAMPLES

» Languages Object

Optional

Select languages needed for your Competition and Contest Name, Description and Terms and Conditions to be translated to.
» Label String

Optional

The translated name of the Competition and Contest that the player sees when he or she participates in it.
» Description String

Optional

The translated Competition and Contest description visible to players on the participated Competition and Contest.

 

» Terms Conditions String

Optional

The translated Terms and conditions about the Competition and Contest for the player to see in the leaderboard.

APP Example:

LanguagesEnglish
NameEnd of the year Competition
DescriptionA competition to commemorate the end of the year!
Terms ConditionsLog in and play!

API Example:

{
     "jsonClass": "Contest",
     ...
     "translations": {
          "en": [
               {
                    "jsonClass": "Translation",
                    "fieldName": "label",
                    "text": "End of the year Competition"
               },
               {
                    "jsonClass": "Translation",
                    "fieldName": "description",
                    "text": "A competition to commemorate the end of the year!"
               },
               {
                     "jsonClass": "Translation",
                    "fieldName": "termsConditions",
                    "text": "Log in and play!"
               }
               ]
          },
          "translatableFields": [
               "label",
               "description",
               "termsConditions"
          ],   
...

}

The API example provides only a simplified version of the POST body. A full example of POST Contest can be found in the Contest APP API documentationhere

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