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Rewards can be used to execute custom functionality when a user purchases a packet.

A reward needs to be assigned to a packet to be able to be sold.

Attribute Description
Name Name of reward
Serverbundle Serverbundle which the reward is assigned to
Event Event on which the reward functionality is executed
Only execute once Reward is only executed once per server (including newly added servers)
Only execute on one Server Reward is only executed on one server in the serverbundle (must be paired with the previous option)
Execute again if packet has been extended Execute this reward again if the packet got extended (e.g. by a subscription payment)
Type Reward Type

In-Game Rewards

Some reward types are executed on the connected servers. The serverbundle setting defines on which servers the reward is executed.

Usual in-game reward types are COMMAND and SCRIPT. For these types, string replacements can be used to insert player-specific data into the command or script. The game-specific replacements are available in the docs of the integrations.

Manual Rewards

Rewards can be added manually to users by applying them to an applied packet.


Packets can be applied to a user from within the Add applied packet dialog. This dialog can be found in the Shop Administration -> Applied Packets -> Add applied packet


Credits can be manually added or removed from within the User Dashboard -> Purchases -> Credits.

It is possible to remove credits by entering a negative number of credits (e.g. -100 credits).

HTTP Rewards

HTTP rewards can be used to send a HTTP request to a custom URL when a user purchases a packet. They can be used to integrate with custom systems.

Variable Replacements

The serverbundle setting has no effect on HTTP rewards.

The following variables within the URL are replaced:

  • %user_id%: The VyHub user id
  • %username%: The users nickname
  • %serverbundle_name%: The serverbundle name
  • %serverbundle_id%: The serverbundle id
  • %packet_name%: The packet name
  • %packet_id%: The packet id
  • %applied_packet_id%: The applied packet id
  • %purchase_id%: The purchase id
  • %purchase_amount%: The purchase amount with currency
  • %purchase_amount_total%: The purchase total amount
  • %purchase_amount_net%: The purchase net amount
  • %purchase_amount_tax%: The purchase tax amount
  • %purchase_amount_credits%: The purchase credits
  • %currency_code%: The currencies code
  • %currency_symbol%: The currencies symbol