This opens a new race for people to join.
Note this uses the game's abbreviation, not the full name. You can find the game abbreviations on the game pages.
.startrace Super Mario 64
If you're starting a race for a game that has not been raced yet, make an abbreviation that makes sense.
Don't start a race until you know at least one other person will join the race. Ask around!
Type this to enter the race.
Removes you from the race.
If a race is in progress, you cannot unenter. You must
Shows the full list of entrants and their status in the race.
Use this to ready up.
Once everybody in the race is ready, the race will begin.
Use this if you are no longer ready.
Checks the elapsed time of the race.
Checks the goal of the race.
Sets the goal of the race.
A goal must be set before players may ready up.
Changes the game of the race.
This command can be used to fix mistakes when creating a race.
It can also be used after
.rematch to change the game.
You type this command once you have successfully finished the goal of the race.
Do not type this command unless you actually finish.
If you do not want to finish the race, use
Use this command if you accidentally did
.done early, or if you
.quit and want to continue playing.
Use this command if you no longer intend to finish the race.
If you leave a race channel for too long without quitting, you risk being disqualified.
You may leave a comment on a race that you finished participating in. Limit is 140 characters.
Once a race is over, you can use this if you intend on racing again.
Once a rematch is initiated you can
.setgoal if necessary.
Checks which races are going on.
Use this to set your stream on SRL.
Configures your stream to show up on the SRL front page per the corresponding option:
Gives the stream url of the requested name.
Use this to set your Twitter account.
Gives the Twitter account of the requested name.
Use this to set your YouTube account.
Gives the YouTube account of the requested name.
Gives a randomly generated 2 letter filename after the countdown.
This is typically used for proof purposes in games like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Requiring entrants to use the generated filename ensures everybody starts at the same time.
Gives the list of completed races that have yet to be ended/recorded.
Use this to record completed races.
Before you record a race, make sure everything is in order.
Use this to kill a race.
Races can be ended if everybody in the race agrees to end it, if nobody joins, or if the goal is inappropriate.
Grounds for disqualification:
Removes an entrant from a race.
If a race is in progress and an entrant needs to suddenly leave, they should quit the race instead of asking to be removed. If a race is being held up by somebody who never readied up, then removal would be appropriate.
Adds a new game to the database.
Don't create a game until it is ready to be recorded.
You can use this command to change the Full Game Name if was already created.
User will be temporarily hidden from the SRL front page per our warning system. Should only be used to moderate non-speedrunning content.