Each weekly competition holds every WCA event (with the exception of 3x3 Multi-Blind), as well as a rotating selection of bonus events which you can't find in any official competition.
Visually pleasing UI
See a list of all events being held during this week's competition, as well as indications to which events you have completed and which events are in-progress. If you are logged-in, all progress is saved automatically.
Clicking on an event brings you to a timer, where you can see the scrambles for the event as well as a scramble preview image for supported event. Times are recorded for you to track your progress, and a context menu is available for manual time entry and administration of time solve penalties.
See a summary of your results for this week by clicking the "Summary" button at the bottom of the home page.
Wide variety of WCA and non-WCA events
Full user profile
cubers.io provides a thorough user profile, which includes overall participation statistics,
a summary of your personal bests for all events, and how you rank among other participants on the site,
and a full participation history over each competition, for each event, indicating your personal bests over time as you achieved them:
For every competition hosted in cubers.io (including the active one), you can view an overall list of user results and rankings, broken down by event:
Event records and overall user sum of ranks
Every event has a records page, where you can view each user's personal best single and average for that event. Users are ranked according to their best times achieved.
As an indicator of overall cubing prowess, each user is assigned a cumulative sum of ranks across all events, as well as separate sum of ranks statistics which only consider WCA events, and non-WCA events.
Reddit /r/cubers integration
Results are posted as comments to the /r/cubers Reddit competition thread on your behalf, as you complete events.