The world’s biggest money-solving game has come under fire for failing to properly count money spent, prompting the game’s creators to clarify what skills were included in the game.
The game was launched in 2016 and features a $5,000 (£3,500) prize for the player who solves the world’s most complicated maths problem.
This was followed by a $1 million (£1.5 million) prize and the winner, the game’s creator, announced in February 2017 that there was an option to play a $100,000 (€82,000) version of the game with up to 10 players.
However, in an update to the game last month, the developer said that a total of 987 “skill calculators” were included, but this had not been factored into the total value of the prize.
“The calculator entries are based on the following formula: