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With Drimify, you have several options allowing you to limit and restrict who can access your game or module, when the participants can access it, and how many times they can participate.

Limit participants and the number of participations

You have several options allowing you to do that:

Limit participation to once per IP address: this option allows you to limit at one participation within a location or household with the same Wi-Fi or ethernet connection.
Limit participation to once per email address: this option allows you to limit at one participation per email address.
Limit participation to once per set time (every 12h, 24h...): this option allows you, if you wish to allow players to participate several times, to control at which interval they can repeat their participation.

Be careful to not limit participation to one per IP address if you organise an event where everyone uses the same Wi-Fi network for instance, because the IP address would therefore be the same for everyone, meaning only one person could play.

Participations limited to a unique ID

For customers with Drimify Premium, the option access control via unique ID allows you to predefine an exact list of people who will be able to access your Drimify game or interactive module.
This option can be useful if you create a game for:
your collaborators only, and you do not wish for an external audience to access it for instance
a VIP client's segment only, and you do not wish for other clients to be able to access it for instance.

Access control via unique ID option

With this option, you can use different types of unique IDs:
Unique ID: like a unique code or registration number or a custom unique ID
Email: it can be specific email addresses, or all the email addresses belonging to a domain with the format *
Phone Number

You can find all those various options to limit and restrict participation in the Settings section of your game or interactive module.

Geo-localised limitation of participations

It is currently not possible to geographically restrict entries as entrants may use circumvention softwares such as VPNs to trick the system into thinking they are in the country authorised to enter. We therefore recommend mentioning in the terms and conditions of your project the authorised countries or geographical areas, and specifying that entries outside this area will not be valid. You can then delete these entries from the list of participants available from the data collection page of your Drimify dashboard.
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