Aus/NZ osu!standard Tournament 3

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RyShiroku
what does low seed no seed mean in the image
Euphoric
How do the brackets work?
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EmeraldStar82
Ok, so this tournament is going to work like this:
Because there is more than 64 players and less than 128 (There are 88 in total), the top 24 players in terms of pp have automatically qualified for the main bracket. Everyone else is seeded in terms of their pp, the top seed is top 16, high seed is next 16, low seed is next 16 and no seed is last 16 players. The top 5 players in each group will qualify which means there are 40 qualified people in total. Then there will be a standard single elimination bracket with the remaining 64 players.
ASecretWaffle

EmeraldStar82 wrote:

The top 5 players in each group will qualify which means there are 40 qualified people in total.
How is the fifth player determined, since there are only four matches per group? The loser with the highest number of wins? Like if one loser gets 3/7 wins in their match, and all other losers get 2/7 or lower, the 3/7 loser becomes the 5th of the top 5?
Icyteru
Is there any place we can bet on the matches?
Topic Starter
EmeraldStar82

Icyteru wrote:

Is there any place we can bet on the matches?
There will be no official betting organised by anzt3 staff but there's nothing stopping you from privately betting.
Topic Starter
EmeraldStar82

CeilingWaffle wrote:

EmeraldStar82 wrote:

The top 5 players in each group will qualify which means there are 40 qualified people in total.
How is the fifth player determined, since there are only four matches per group? The loser with the highest number of wins? Like if one loser gets 3/7 wins in their match, and all other losers get 2/7 or lower, the 3/7 loser becomes the 5th of the top 5?
Qualifying Rules are as follows in order:
1. Match Wins
2. Map Wins
3. Map Difference
4. If it comes to 4 there will be a best of 1 map I guess.
Topic Starter
EmeraldStar82
Map pool is now out~
Euphoric
Still cant get my head around how this bracket works :/
TheJimnebob

Udyr wrote:

Still cant get my head around how this bracket works :/
Ok. So you're in group D, in the low seed. There are 4 different seeds (Top, High, Low and No) with 2 people in each seed. The "Top" seed has the 2 people with the highest ranks in your group. The "High" seed has the 3rd and 4th, and so on. You are in the "Low" seed, so that means out of the 8 people in your group, you are the 5th or 6th highest rank on your group.

Since you are in the "Low" seed, you will play 3 games. One with a Top seed player, one with a High seed player and one with a No seed player. This system is used for big tournaments to prevent the best teams from knocking each other out early on, which means that the final games will be much more close and exciting.

If you get in the top 5 of your Group, you will qualify for the main tournament with the 40 people who qualified through the group stage, and the 24 people who automatically qualified, making 64 people total.

(Sorry if this is a bad explanation)
I Will Tablet
Rip anyone who'll have to vs me since I'll have to try reschedule for night time :S
Lagel
how does this work
also if this is after the holidays can i withdraw
i'm quiting once the term starts
Diony

Lagel wrote:

how does this work
also if this is after the holidays can i withdraw
i'm quiting once the term starts
See the above replies to the post, EmeraldStar82 already explained how the first stage is working.

The tourney will be continuing after New Zealand and Australian holidays (1 week difference) but matches will be scheduled on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.

Also, you can forfeit after the match schedule is out, that way you get to see if you really cant make the time. Unless you have other motives for quitting after the holidays.
Lagel

Dionysaw wrote:

Lagel wrote:

how does this work
also if this is after the holidays can i withdraw
i'm quiting once the term starts
See the above replies to the post, EmeraldStar82 already explained how the first stage is working.

The tourney will be continuing after New Zealand and Australian holidays (1 week difference) but matches will be scheduled on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.

Also, you can forfeit after the match schedule is out, that way you get to see if you really cant make the time. Unless you have other motives for quitting after the holidays.
i can either keep playing to keep what "skill" i have left and then stop for the tourney or stop now, that's why i'm wondering
ASecretWaffle
Is the tie breaker map no mod or free mod?
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EmeraldStar82

CeilingWaffle wrote:

Is the tie breaker map no mod or free mod?
No mod
TheJimnebob

EmeraldStar82 wrote:

CeilingWaffle wrote:

Is the tie breaker map no mod or free mod?
No mod
:/ I don't like that rule.
Meli
LUL gg me already lost before i've played
ASecretWaffle
Can you explain how tie breaks work? For example, if both players are tied at 3-3, I'm assuming the tie breaker map is automatically chosen as the 7th and final map to be played?
Diony

CeilingWaffle wrote:

Can you explain how tie breaks work? For example, if both players are tied at 3-3, I'm assuming the tie breaker map is automatically chosen as the 7th and final map to be played?
That's correct.
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