ah yes, sorry Dystopic, misunderstood you. Yes you could win a racial victory medal by playing 10 games on Cakewalk on Tiny maps with all the different races. NOTE however that those ten games are going to be a drag on your difficulty score and your overall score, especially over time as you submit more games.
The score drag is a big myth if you ask me. The formula, as I've read it, makes it pretty clear that you get a bigger reward for quantity of games than people realize. For instance, if you play 50 games at an average score of 10k, your score is something like 104k. But if you play 55 games where 5 of them are 0 points and 50 are 10k (i.e., same as before but with 5 crap games), your total is around 100k. A 4% drag for having nearly 10% of your games total crap ain't bad if you ask me.
I also tested with higher scores, so if you average 100k per game, the 4% rule is still the same. When you play a lot of games, your score has more to do with quantity than quality. I could play 5000 games at a score of 1000 a piece (very easy to get, even when you lose) and have over 160k. Granted, that's a lot
of games, but it's also a very high score for somebody who quite possibly never wins.
My point is merely that the metaverse rewards hard work a lot. Don't assume that a couple bad scores will drag you down more than a tiny bit if you plan to play a lot of games. Get up to 100+ games and you don't need many points to be in a good place.