The game features 2 teams of 6 players a side, throwing a plate between one another with the aim of flying it into one of the 3 goalposts of the rival team.
Since becoming popular among the army, teams have formed inside and outside the military to compete against each other.
The game became a spectacle in the Volniy Governorate and its related citys.
At first, officers found the game inappropriate, damaging discipline and disrespectful to the military as many plates were to be broken if not caught by the recipient.
As the game was still popular, the officers put minor regulations of time and place for the game to be played, as some cadets who advanced in the ranks still played it and sought to allow it. Throwing plates was only to be outdoors, inside the academy conplex grounds and at meal hours or before bed.
The cadets taking interest in the game developed techniques of throwing the plate to make it more eye-catching, in the term of the throw itself and the trajectory the plate would fly in.
As more cadets wanted to participate and make it a more competitive game, they thought of ways to make it a team sport, where teammates would throw the plate between each other and try land it into a container, like a bucket or box, while the other team would try to intercept and catch the plate mid-flight or steal it from the hands of the plate holder.