There's only 20ish scenarios still running, some of them may have missed the starting deadline.
Overall, 114 Feudal Musical Chairs games were played. That's pretty awesome, I knew I had a winner with that scenario. worldconquer won that scenario 16 times and Swifte won 11. CM14 also got 8 wins, so there definitely is a winning strategy to it that others may not have realized. There's also a nice bit of luck, at least early (I don't think anyone won by getting a village turn one).
No N, no M was a pretty boring scenario (but very similar to a standard game) so it only had 40 games played, with 3 still running. Darin44 won 13 of those games, so more than 25%. I'm not sure what his strategy was, but it seemed to work really well.
Moguls of Doom already had some games played since it's one of the original scenarios, but it's already reached 84 games played. Swifte had 15 wins on that map and CM14 had 7. What amazes me about that scenario is how often it ended with an objective victory, often in the first few rounds. There's no fog, so I didn't predict that happening but it happened - a lot. As time went on, players smartened up and a lot of the games still running are stack-fests.
I think the awesome thing about scenario challenges is that there is a strategy to win. However, when the scenarios go live nobody is quite sure what the surefire strategy is, except a few players who can dominate at it. You didn't see this with the African Assassin scenario, because the strategy is fairly simple and very luck-based. I think for next year I'll go with a similar mix (a complex map, a conquest map and a normal map).
For never was a story of more woe
Than this of Juliet and her Romeo