ZooDAO User Docs


Introduction to Leagues

  • Purpose: Leagues in ZooDAO categorize NFTs based on total votes, creating a structured competitive environment.
  • Matchmaking: NFTs compete within their respective leagues, ensuring fair and balanced battles for yield rewards.
  • Vote Measurement: Total votes, crucial for league placement, are tallied from Stage 2 liquidity votes and ZOO-ETH LP Boosts.
Automation Note: Wooden League NFTs do not support automation and will need to be paired by users manually.

League Categories and Vote Requirements

  1. 1.
    Wooden League: Entry-level competition for NFTs with 1-400 votes.
  2. 2.
    Bronze League: Intermediate League for NFTs accumulating 400-1500 votes.
  3. 3.
    Silver League: Advanced level for participants with 1500-5000 votes.
  4. 4.
    Gold League: Elite League for NFTs securing 5000-20000 votes.
  5. 5.
    Platinum League: The penultimate tier for NFTs achieving 20000-100000 votes.
  6. 6.
    Ape League: The pinnacle of competition, reserved for NFTs with over 100000 votes.

Competitive Dynamics

  • Internal Battles: NFTs face off against others within the same League, ensuring equitable competition.
  • Progression: As NFTs gain more votes, they ascend to higher leagues, facing tougher opponents and vying for greater rewards.
  • Strategic Importance: Choosing when and how much to vote becomes crucial, as it influences League placement and potential matchups.


  • League Significance: Leagues in ZooDAO create a layered and dynamic battlefield, with each tier presenting its unique challenges and rewards.
  • Encouragement for Participation: Users are urged to strategically cast votes, propelling their NFTs through the ranks and aiming for ultimate glory and greater rewards in the higher Leagues.