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Sports ppt6

Tournament Formats

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Sports ppt6

  1. 1. This tournament has levels where winners go up and losers go down from their respective positions. Winning is important to climb to the top position. This type of tournament needs time to give chance to bottom dwellers to reach the top. Tournament positions are usually occupied on a first-come basis.
  2. 2. 1. Players are not allowed to refuse a challenge. 2. Players are not allowed to play the same opposition twice consecutively. 3. The absence of or a player may cause him/her to move down of
  3. 3. It suits single player competitions like tennis or badminton where participants challenge each other on a one- on-one match. Players move up or down the ladder depending on how they fared in their matches. The player on top of the ladder will be declared the winner.
  4. 4. It is almost similar to the ladder tournament except that it has more players at the lower level when the tournament starts, then the number of players decreases as the level progresses. An individual can challenge anybody within the horizontal level and the winner goes up to challenge the higher
  5. 5. It is a bracketing design taken from the shape of a spider web. The top position is the center where players reach it through the lines drawn from the center. The participants who gets to the center of the web gets the
  6. 6. Lines are drawn radially from the center with lines crossing them. Challenges can be against anyone on the next position nearer to the center but a player coming from a loss can only challenge someone from his/her own level. This type of tournament offers more competition.
  7. 7. It is the most commonly used and one of the top competitive tournament types since it permits maximal pay. All teams will play against each other at least once during the tournament and the team with most points will be the winner. Teams get corresponding game points from a win and loss. It is ideally used for team competition playing not more than eight games.
  8. 8. It is a format where each team plays a number of games (n-1) depending on how many teams are participating. Usually, teams are divided into two groups (n/2) and ranked by game points. Crossover games are then held with the top team in a group plays against the bottom team of another group, and the second ranked teams playing against the third ranked teams from the
  9. 9. It is a round-robin variation used for limited allotted period. If full games are no possible, mini games are played. All scored for or against points are recorded to determine the winning team with the best ratio.
  10. 10. It is for short round of matches. Single or pair losses instantly eliminate participants. This is suitable for time- constrained events but is disadvantageous for
  11. 11. 1. Draw is set up in even counts of brackets to the power of two (x2). 2. Brackets not used by teams constitute a bye. 3. All byes are generated from the top seeded teams.
  12. 12. 4. The four top seeded teams are spaced in the draw so as not to play against each other until the later rounds. 5. All games must be numbered to help the organization of the tournament.
  13. 13. Is when a player or a team loses, they get eliminated; the winning (player/team) continues to plays to the next round. This happens until there is only one team left, which will be declared the winner. This is usually used when time is limited while sacrificing maximum play. It is the simplest to arrange and fastest
  14. 14. Is similar to single elimination except that a player or team gets eliminated after