Discipline. Justice. Commitment.
Started by Rorooze, January 10, 2011, 12:08:54 pm
Quote from: Rorooze on January 10, 2011, 12:08:54 pmWe will run two separate brackets with a promotion/demotion system. The top players within the community will all be put into the â€˜top-tierâ€™ bracket (16 players max) and the remaining players will be in the â€˜low-tierâ€™ bracket. Players who win the â€˜low-tierâ€™ bracket will be promoted to the â€˜top-tierâ€™ bracket and conversely, players from the â€˜top-tierâ€™ bracket that fail to win games will be demoted to the â€˜low-tierâ€™ bracket.Initially the players will be split based on past tournament and ranking battle results. Newcomers will always be put into the â€˜low-tierâ€™ bracket. Under certain circumstances, you may not get promoted or demoted, this is completely up to the organisers.How do the casual setups work?Itâ€™s fairly straight forward, find someone youâ€™d like to have a set with (best of 3 games, best of 3 rounds), sit down and play. Once the set is over, both players get off. The ranbats is not an arcade, winner doesnâ€™t stay on! This is so everyone gets a fair amount of games and to promote discussion between players. If you lose in the double elimination bracket, this is a great way to run it back.
Quote from: [SAS]karizzma on January 10, 2011, 08:34:10 pmCant wait for this. Really like that S/A tier format, reminds of what I heard Valle was doing over there in the USA for his ranbats. Are there prizes for coming first etc?