rmjw10 wrote:will play if someone is looking for a teammate
I will play in the termination tourney so don't put me in this one.
iAmCaffeine wrote:What's happening here?
patrik702 wrote:The Brits are delayed at immigration perhaps?
...or maybe the are delayed by trying to sign up all month for Obama ca... errrr , I mean 404-Care.
iAmCaffeine wrote:Surprised that all four teams in the finals won all of their first round games as well. Should be fun.
iAmCaffeine wrote:If a tie-breaker occurs how will it be determined? More games between the tied clans?
chapcrap wrote:Official SOS Africa Qualifier:
Rorke's Drift Doubles
Brought to you by Team CC
Freemiums can participate, but will need 3 game slots open at all times.
This is a Batch 1 SOS Africa Qualifying Tournament. Each player is limited to ONE qualifier per batch. If you wish to play in this tournament, you may NOT join JaneAustin's Rails in Africa, sempaispellcheck's The Nile Runs Red, or ManBungalow's Lower Egyptian Triple Trouble.
Read the details below and post in this thread to sign up now!
Maps: Rorke's Drift
Players per game: 4
Game Type: Doubles
Initial Troops: Automatic
Play Order: Sequential
Spoils: No Spoils
Special Gameplay: None
Round Limit: 30 Rounds
Round Length: Casual
In round 1, the 16 teams will be divided into 4 groups of 4 and play a round robin. Winners advance to the finals and repeat. If there is a tie in any way, tiebreaker games will be played.
In the finals, the 4 teams will play another round robin. Same procedure as round one.
Winners of the tournament will be rewarded with a General Achievement Medal, 3 months premium, and a place in the SOS Africa Finals tournament. Prizes are donated by Entertainment team.
- Tournament begins when full; first games will be made and sent out shortly thereafter.
- This tournament is part of SOS Africa -- Round 2.
- Everybody receives 2 invites for joining games. After missing 2 invites player will be replaced by a reserve.
- Any issues will be solved by the tournament organiser and his/her word is final.
jackal31 wrote:does that mean the winner of the second set could be the loser from the first set.
ie - a team from the first set goes 0-3 but goes 3-0 in the second set. They technically would win the "rematch" of the tie-breaker.....does that crown them even though they were winless in the first set before the tie-break?
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