Elections are held once a week in each city according to its own schedule.
Any player can participate in the elections according to the following principle: every player who wants to run for mayor is trying to buy votes — thereby making a bet with the game currency. At the moment, the cost of the Vote$ is fixed, but in future updates it is planned to add scaling of the cost depending on the development of the city. Bets are accepted for 12 hours, after which elections are held on the basis of an online pseudo-random number generator: the more votes a voter tried to buy, the more chances he has to win. For example, if voter A tried to buy 60 votes, and voter B 40, and there are 100 residents in the city, then their chances will be 60 to 40 respectively.
The development of the city is influenced by the number of buildings in it.
When one of the player's avatars becomes the mayor, this avatar is no longer available to complete tasks, but he has the opportunity to construct buildings in the city and receive certain bonuses from them, as well as he receives the entire bank of the city, which is formed from the number of residents multiplied by the cost of votes.