Hello everyone. We've had a bit of a delay, but I'm happy to announce that results are finally ready to be released! It's been a wonderful learning experience for me and I'm very pleased to see the success of this mapping contest that managed to pull in 39 entries!
Much thanks to:
- My organizers: Chaos, Xenans, IAmKwaN
- The judges: Kibbleru, Okorin, Tess, HappyRocket88, Nozhomi, Fycho, Xinely
- Okorin (again) for his help with clarifying the judging criteria
- riktoi for providing a more accurate timing as the contest began
- Chaos (again) for providing all the supporter tags
- zenithlight for designing the profile badge and mapset banners
And finally, to everyone else who helped me make this contest the success it was. Thank you, everyone!
Without further ado, please welcome the MMC #1 champion: ProfessionalBox!
With a total score of 263 (average 37.57), Probox blew away the competition with a wider point lead than any other high-scoring entry, and received consistently high scores from all judges. Probox will win 6 months of supporter and a neato profile badge. Congratulations, Probox!
Coming in to the #2 spot: felys!
With a total score of 247 (average 35.29), felys will receive 4 months of supporter. Good work, felys!
And in the #3 spot: Seikatu!
With a total score of 241 (average 34.43), Seikatu will receive 2 months of supporter. Good work, Seikatu!
These three will also be included on a mapset that we will push for rank. I'll edit this post when the mapset is uploaded. In case anyone wants a refresher (or if any newcomers haven't seen it), this was the criteria that all contestants were scored upon.
Full Judging Results
(Wherever there are multiple links presented, the first is preferred. Only use the second if the first isn't working out for you.)
All of the following are sorted by each entry's map ID. These are listed alongside the contestant in the complete .osz below, as well as in the full ranked list. Note that both the entry numbers and judge letters were randomized prior to judging (and do not reflect the order in which the entries were submitted).
Here you can download the complete .osz with every entry: Dropbox // Google.
Here you can find the full standings, with total scores, averages, and standard deviations: Google
For those who may not be familiar with statistics, standard deviation essentially shows how close to the average each judge scored the entry. A higher standard deviation means the entry was 'controversial'; the judges did not all score the entry around the same values.
Here you can find the point values and statistics for each judged criterion for all entries: HTM // Google
These values are calculated from the data of all 7 judges.
Here you can find the individual scores and comments for each entry, by each judge: Google
The sheets on the bottom of the screen correspond to the contestants.
Note that, due to a conflict regarding access to Google services, judge B only has overall comments.
If you have any feedback regarding the contest, please do tell me, whether in this thread or in a PM - I'd love to hear it.
Congratulations to all who participated in this contest, and thanks again for everything!