This Part will be divided into three parts:
Part one: (Bracket Settings).
Part Two: (Participants Settings).
Part Three: (Required Information)
Part One: Bracket Settings:
Bracket is divided into two types
- The first type is Single Elimination(This type is consisted of stages and the winners from each stage are transferred to the next stages).You can use this type of brackets for games like (Rainbow Six Siege, League of legends, Overwatch, Counter-Strike ... etc.) in the main mode of the game.When choosing this type an option for playing an additional match to determine the third and fourth places will appear (if there are prizes for the third and fourth places you can use it).
- The second type Group Stages(This type divides the players into groups, where the winner in each group is the player with the highest score (or position)).You can use this type in games like (PUBG, Fortnite ... etc) in the main mode of the game.
When choosing this type, you will see several options
- (Number of Participants per Group) here you need to write the number of players that will participate at each group (Example: 100 in Fortnite).
- (Number of Qualified Participants) Here you will need to write the total number of qualified players from each group to the next round or winners in case the tournament consisted only from only one group.(Example of more than one group: The first 10 players from each group will advance to the next round to play the final game to determine the winner.(Example of one group: If the tournament consists of only one group, the player with the highest (rank or points) is considered the winner of the tournament).
- (Points / Kill) You can add the number of points for each kill performed by each player.(Example: Player X has 3 kills. In the rules for that tournament, the points per kill is 5 then 15 points will be counted for this player | 3X5 |).
- (Points / Rank) You can specify the number of points per rank for each player during the game.(Example: Determining the points that each rank will obtain, the first position will receive 30 points, the second position will receive 20 points, from the third to the tenth place, each player will get 10 points, knowing that these numbers are only just an illustrative example and the organizer can use what is Suitable for him.)
- (Add Second Stage) With this option, you can add the second stage of the tournament. (If the tournament consists of more than one group and you will need to add a second round to determine the final round and the winners)
- (Knockout Stage) You can choose this option
- (Group Stages) By this option the second stage settings are specified
- (# of participants / Group) The total number of players eligible for the second round is written here(Example: The number of groups 5 and the number of qualified players from each group 20 then the total number of players qualified for the second round is 100 players)
- (# of qualified participants) The number of players winning the tournament is written here
- (Points / Kill) You can add the number of points for each kill performed by each player.
- (Points / Rank) You can specify the number of points per rank for each player during the game.
Part Two: Participants Settings:
The participants are divided into two types
- The first type (single)
- The second type (Teams)
When choosing this type, you will have to specify the number of primary players and the number of spare players for one team.
- Determine the required data from team members (phone number - email - his name in the game).You can also add other data that you want from players by pressing More. (Example: the name on discord, the rank within the game, the player's server, for example, in a particular game, such as LOL EUW & EUNE ... etc.)
- The "Allow dummy members" option will allow the team leader to add fake members to his team without creating their own accounts.
- (Allow Join after tournament starts) This option will allow players to join tournament after starts.
- (Private Tournament) This option will allow you to allow or approve applicants to enter the tournament. (You can use this feature to check whoever tries to join the tournament, also to review, if you create a private tournament for a specific group of people)
- (Pending message) This option will allow you to write the message that will appear to the player when applying for the tournament. (if the private tournament option is activated)
- (Show pending participants) This option will allow to show or hide the tournament participants list for players.
- (Check In) This option will allow you to add check-in option for the players
- (Participants self check in) This option will allow the players to check-in themselves, so check-in time must be set from (30 minutes to 60 minutes) (* recommended)
- (Required Information) This option will allow you to select and choose the required information from the players or teams participating in the tournament, and also determine the validity of this data to be shown for the other players or not.