Immaculate Grid is a daily trivia game that challenges players to guess the names of athletes from different sports based on specific criteria. The game is powered by Sports Reference, a website that provides statistics and information for various sports leagues and competitions.
The game has four categories: baseball, men's basketball, football, and hockey. Each category has a different grid size, ranging from 3x3 to 5x5. The grid has clues for each row and column, such as team name, position, award, or statistic. The player has to fill in the grid with the correct names of the athletes that match the clues, using only nine guesses. If the player guesses all the names correctly, they win the game and can share their score on social media. If the player runs out of guesses or makes a wrong guess, they lose the game and can try again the next day.
The game is designed to test the players' knowledge of sports history and trivia, as well as their memory and logic skills. The game also updates its grids daily, so players can enjoy a new challenge every day.