What's the difference between GXP, PXP, and Units? Jason July 10, 2020 15:57 Updated Follow GXP (GAME EXPERIENCE POINTS) GXP=Time. What does this mean? It means the longer you play a game, the more GXP you earn. The more GXP you earn, the higher you level up in that game (on Mistplay not in the game itself). Why does game level matter? Each time you level up in a game, you earn Units and PXP. PXP (PLAYER EXPERIENCE POINTS) PXP is your total player experience on Mistplay. Let’s use the image above as an example account. See the number 3 on the top lefthand corner? That indicates that you’re a level 3 player on Mistplay. How did you get there? Each time you levelled up in a game, you earned some PXP. Why does player level matter? Each time you level up your player profile, you earn units. UNITS Units are the in-app currency that allows you to redeem awesome rewards such as Google Play gift cards, Visa Prepaid cards, etc. Make sure to check your game's unit multiplier to get an idea of how many units you'll earn for playing it. The higher the multiplier, the more units you'll earn every time you level up the game in Mistplay. Related articles When will I get more games? I have not received my gift card, where is it? My account has been blocked. Can I change my email in Mistplay? Comments 0 comments Please sign in to leave a comment.