# What is the maximum value for a leaderboard entry in Google Play Services?

What is the maximum value an entry in a leaderboard using the Google Play Services can have?

• Is there a particular reason you need to know this? A specific higher-level problem you are trying to solve, for example? – user1430 Aug 22 '14 at 23:09
• Well I have a game where you have over 5000 different object, each of which you can have a whole lot (I store how many in a UInt64.) I wanted to make a leaderboard for who has the most in total, across all 5000. Perhaps I'll make the leaderboard in millions, then I should have more than enough range, even if I can "only" store 64bits xD – The Oddler Aug 23 '14 at 8:33

However if you look at the documentation for the C++ API's Score object, you can see that the value of the score is exposed as a uint64_t, which means you have 64 bits of storage for your scores (as integers, times, or currencies).