telegram.game module

This module contains an object that represents a Telegram Game.

class telegram.game.Game(title, description, photo, text=None, text_entities=None, animation=None, **kwargs)

Bases: telegram.base.TelegramObject

This object represents a Telegram Game.

title

str – Title of the game.

description

str – Description of the game.

photo

list[telegram.PhotoSize] – List of photos that will be displayed in the game message in chats.

Keyword Arguments:
 
  • text (Optional[str]) – Brief description of the game or high scores included in the game message. Can be automatically edited to include current high scores for the game when the bot calls setGameScore, or manually edited using editMessageText. 0-4096 characters.
  • text_entities (Optional[list[telegram.MessageEntity]]) – Special entities that appear in text, such as usernames, URLs, bot commands, etc.
  • animation (Optional[telegram.Animation]) – Animation that will be displayed in the game message in chats. Upload via BotFather.
static de_json(data, bot)
Parameters:
Returns:

Return type:

telegram.Game

parse_text_entities(types=None)

Returns a dict that maps telegram.MessageEntity to str. It contains entities from this message filtered by their type attribute as the key, and the text that each entity belongs to as the value of the dict.

Note

This method should always be used instead of the entities attribute, since it calculates the correct substring from the message text based on UTF-16 codepoints. See get_entity_text for more info.

Parameters:types (Optional[list]) – List of MessageEntity types as strings. If the type attribute of an entity is contained in this list, it will be returned. Defaults to a list of all types. All types can be found as constants in telegram.MessageEntity.
Returns:
A dictionary of entities mapped to the
text that belongs to them, calculated based on UTF-16 codepoints.
Return type:dict[telegram.MessageEntity, str]
parse_text_entity(entity)

Returns the text from a given telegram.MessageEntity.

Note

This method is present because Telegram calculates the offset and length in UTF-16 codepoint pairs, which some versions of Python don’t handle automatically. (That is, you can’t just slice Message.text with the offset and length.)

Parameters:entity (telegram.MessageEntity) – The entity to extract the text from. It must be an entity that belongs to this message.
Returns:The text of the given entity
Return type:str
to_dict()
Returns:
Return type:dict