A while ago I played in a tournament with an interesting game flow, and decided I would try one for myself. So here it is......
In Jigs Battle for South America, all participants will be randomly assigned (using random.org) a mainland country in South America. For the purposes of this tournament Brazil (being too big) has been split into 4 regions (each representing a separate country) The idea of the tournament in to attack other countries and eventually the person controlling the entire map will be the winner. PLEASE READ THE TOURNAMENT DETAILS CAREFULLY!!
Thanks for asking the questions, bc of the unique game style its hard to remember to list everything.
The borders will change as the tournament progresses bc countries will be gained and lost in each round.
If you look at the map in the thread and imagine yourself as the Red player (Columbia). At the beginning of the round I send you a copy of the map provided int he thread (the default map). In round 1 you successfully attack Venezuela, so at the beginning of round two, I would send u another pm with an updated map to reflect your win in Venezuela (now Columbia and Venez would be red, and Magenta would no longer exist.
When the tournament starts I wil replace the country names on the name with player names to make it less confusing.
No every surviving player will hold as many countries as they have taken over. So basically if u win your first game (and that country) now yo have 2. In round 2 you would have to lose both defensive battles to be out of the tourney.
I know this may be a bit confusing, but it will make alot more sense when a visual aid is provided. (an example of that aid can be found in the op)