Registration of a nick on Gravon
In order to use the full power of Gravon, each player can create an account with a freely choosen nick name on Gravon. Creating an account is
free of charge. Registering an account enables several features:
- Participation in rankings
- Participation in online tourneys
- Saving personal settings (like setups in Stratego)
- personal, password protected nick name
- posting in Gravon's forum
To sign up, please supply your desired nick name and a valid email address. The email address will be kept private
and used only for administrative contacts and optionally - at your choice - for our newsletter. Your password will
be sent to this email address. Without the password, you can't activate your account, so make sure you can receive
and read mails from your account.
Each person is allowed to only register one account with one nick name.
If a person creates a second account with a second nick, the second account will get deleted immediatly and the first account
will be locked.
Note on ranking participation:
Prior to being able to play for rankings, an administrator has to activate your account
for rankings. Activation for malefiz rankings usually takes about one or two days if at least one game has been played with the new account.
Activation of stratego rankings can not be done before 14 days after registration and you have to play at least three stratego games.
Activation will not be done automatically. Please contact an administrator either online or by mail and request activation.
Note on children younger than 13 years:
Children with an age of under 13 years need their parents agreement in order to register.
Children younger than 13 years must not use this form. Instead, a parent has to send his agreement together with his email address to Gravon's
administrators. Alternatively, a parent can register his child himself by supplying his email address instead of the children's email address
in the form below. Young children should generally not use the internet without their parents supervision.