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Somebody please explain the different tourneys

Дата: 25.11.2015 19:35:12
View Post93anthracite, on Nov 25 2015 - 11:17, said: Skirmish Stand-To Weekday Warfare   What does it all mean?  Maybe I'm just being dense and not getting it.  There is a post in each of the forums that give the rules, but none of them lay out how the actual tourneys work.  Are they limited to certain tiers?  Team size?  Play every single day?  Can somebody give a quick explanation of what is different between them?

dance210:   Hi!! I'll give it a shot, explaining the different tournaments :)   Stand-To: Daily tournament. The tournament is one day only, in a round robin format (play all teams in the group once) that starts at 4:30 pm PT. It usually lasts from 1.5 - 2 hours, depending on the number of teams. It is a small time commitment and generally has the lowest gold reward - perfect for those who can't play all week or are just getting into tournaments.   Weekday Warfare: Weekly tournament. Runs Monday - Friday, starting at 3:30 pm PT. There are five days of round robin. Most teams play Monday through Wednesday. Only the top 16 teams play on Thursday and Friday.   Skirmish: Weekly tournament. Weeklong portion Monday - Sunday, starting at 7 pm PT. Monday through Wednesday are round robins; teams in the top 50% can earn gold. Single elimination playoffs run Friday through Sunday. Teams that played in the round robin are seeded into the playoffs based on the standings, and gold is earned based on their final position. Teams also have the option of signing up for the weekend only playoffs, which run Friday through Sunday. Teams are randomly seeded in the playoffs, and generally the top four teams in each playoff bracket earn gold.   The tier, team size and maps usually vary for each of these tournaments. The forum posts will give basic tournament information; full rules (including the format, dates, times) are normally found on the tournament pages.   If you have any other questions, please let us know!

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