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In order to help you organizers identify any given match easily, we’ve adopted an easy to use and memorize string made of four numbers.
You can see it on every match on Toornament:
The string of numbers simply describes each step of the tournament, from the larger to the smaller.
“Stage > Group > Round > Match”
- Stage is the phase of the tournament. For example, a “groupstage to playoffs” structure means there are two stages: Groups (1), then Playoffs (2)
- Group designates the group in which the match in being played.
- Round is the series of matches inside a group. In a group of 4 where each participants play their 3 other opponents once, there are 3 rounds.
- Each round holds a certain number of matches to be completed.
This means that a match labelled “126.96.36.199″ will be in Stage 1, Group 3, Round 2, Match 5. This will help you “locate” a match in a snap. Worth noting!
Our latest Use Case flies to Montréal for the Salon Jeunesse.
To accomodate with the flood of kids and teenagers passing by, the organizers required a fast turnover and thus, ran
Clash Royale tournaments all week end long.
“It’s been a great experience!” says Nicolas, who used Toornament to generate the brackets and schedules. “The Toornament TV was especially useful, as we used it with a projector to attract people to the competitions” adds Nicolas. The kids went first, quickly followed by adults for loads of fun and tower crushing.
Big news: Our parent company Oxent has been acquired by Webedia. Toornament joins a media group active in France, Germany USA or Latin America with a strong focus on Gaming and Esports.
The Oxent team
Since its official launch one year ago, Toornament has powered more than 20,000 tournaments and covered the largest Esports events around the world. Key features such as a Mobile App, open API and Participants dashboard have followed since then to cement Toornament’s leadership in Esports.
This acquisition will help Toornament accelerate its development worldwide, while acting as the backbone to Webedia’s Gaming and Esport efforts.
To our present and future users, Toornament will remain free and opened to every tournament organizers and participants.
The most viewed Esport competition in the world enters its Final phase this week end, all the way to October 29. The 2016 World Championship – or #Worlds as people call it – will travel across the USA with the 16 best LoL teams in the world.
As you might expect, we’ll bring you a complete coverage, with real-time scores and results, advanced stats and a exhaustive video archive: streams, VODs, replays and highlights!
Our coverage team has already been following all the official leagues around the world this season and you can check the 900 matches archives:
With exhaustive scores, stats and videos, Toornament is the one-place stop to be up-to-date with the Worlds.
And of course, all these coverages are available on our mobile app!