You are organizing a tournament, open to all? You don’t want to have to manually accept registrations, and let the system handle that part? It is now possible on Toornament thanks to a new option available in the Registration Settings menu:
This option will automatically validate all registrations in your tournament, in order of creation date, and up to the tournament size limit. Future participants will have the very same experience, it’s just that the validation of their registration (and the email that comes with it) will arrive immediately, instead of after a manual action from you.
If you wish to learn more about the specifics of this new feature, how it works and behaves in certain situations:
Organizers and participants alike, we have a new update coming to the platform today, that will make your lives easier!
From now on, participants are able to see, and edit, their registration information after they have submitted it. To access it, a player (or any player from a registered team), has a new “My Registration” item in the Tournament Navigation:
The options offered to you depend on the status of your registration, and you can learn more about it in the
We have other improvements coming to the website soon to make the registration process even better, like auto-validation of the registrations, see our Public Roadmap for more information!
Huge news for our fellow organizers that are also developers, our new version of the API just got a lot of its missing endpoints in the Organizer scope!
You are now able to perform actions on your tournaments, such as creating a new one, retrieving all of your tournaments, editing their general settings and even deleting them!
Along with these tournament endpoints, Matches and Participants also have their endpoints in the API v.2!
See our API Documentation for all useful information about this tool for you to use our Toornament technology on your website, to improve your event production! If you would like to build amazing things with our API, request an access by sending an email to our Contact!
On another note, we also updated our list of available disciplines, by adding a bunch of new (and older) ones:
Mario Tennis Aces
The Crew 2
World of Warcraft
Icons: Combat Arena
If you want us to add your game, or a game you organize tournaments on, to our supported list, feel free to contact us and we will gladly meet your demand!
Following our Dashboard Update, we keep on improving our organizers’ experience with the platform with these two new quality-of-life updates:
Help messages are now integrated into the platform, for a better readability, without being in the way of more advanced users.
Pay attention, some of them have links inside to learn more about advanced features!
Just like how we gathered all relevant information about the tournament status on a single interactive Dashboard, all settings are now accessible from a single page, much clearer and design than the unfolding menu:
Blocks may appear or disappear depending on the discipline, and will be greyed out if you do not have the permission to use them.
These are soon to be followed by other improvements, especially in the Participant (registration process update) and Developer (Organizer API v.2) domains! Stay tuned!
You do remember our old dashboard, with its cards and icons?
You can now kiss it goodbye, as we release a brand new dashboard, made to guide you through your whole tournament process:
Blocks are now evolving as your tournament progress, displaying relevant information during the setup and running phases, such as the registrations, participants, stages, matches etc.
As usual, it’s bound to get improved further, so don’t hesitate telling us what you think about it, and if you want to share your feedback about other features, our Feedback Form is still up!
As you may have noticed these past weeks, new General Data Protection Regulation have come into effect in Europe. As we have always taken privacy very seriously, it did not change much on the platform: we have always only asked for the necessary data we need to provide you with the services (basically, an email address, all the rest is optional), we do not track our users, we do not sell your data, there are no ads or monetization of your data etc.
Though, it still caused a few changes on the platform, and here they are:
If you have any question on these matters, a new contact email address is now available: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will also notice the apparition of a “Report Abuse” link or button on several pages. This will allow you to report any abuse you might encounter on the platform, through another email contact: email@example.com.
Finally, you may now delete your Toornament account easily from Your Account if you no longer have a use for the service, or any other reason.
All in all, it means that by using Toornament, you are GDPR compliant, and can keep organizing your tournaments with peace of mind!
It’s time for us to gather another round of great feedback from our community!
We have a lot of things planned for the second half of 2018, with new features, and especially improvements for existing ones, but we want you to tell us what you think should be given top priority!
As of now, we are hard at work on adding some of the missing endpoints for the API and a revamp of the Organizer Dashboard general view to help organizers keep track of what is going on in their tournaments.
But as for what comes next, that is where YOU come into play. Simply answer a short questionnaire about current and upcoming features to let us know your thoughts and feedback about them all!
Get behind the wheel and win! Remember our FFA Update? It’s been proven that it works wonders for all Battle Royale games and the likes of them, but what’s less known is that these new formats and structures are also perfect for all of you, Racing Sim fans out there!
Whether you are a Trackmania, Mario Kart, Formula 1 or any other racing game fan, there is a Structure for you!
Check these tournaments using Toornament new FFA features:
F1 Esports Series 2017
This competition followed a standardized F1 ruleset (except one of the races had basically double the points). Three races, points earned after each race depending on the position and a final standing to determine the winner:
Zrt Trackmania Cup 2017
The french community-favorite Trackmania competition is back this year, and here is last year final stage, with two semi-finals and a grand final.
The platform is fully ready to welcome you and your epic racing competitions, so no time to lose:
Beyond the Void is a new fast-paced game available in early access for free on Steam. It is an original mix of RTS and MOBA, blending strategy, action and competition in a 1 vs 1 space setting where you play the captain of a spaceship with a mission: destroying your enemy’s mother-planet. To achieve that, you will develop your fleet by collecting a rare resource called Ambrosium and conquering new planets.
It is a game with challenging PvP features and that’s why it is now available on Toornament: so that the community has the opportunity to participate in competitions, just like Xoza1n who won the Ambro Cup #2, second edition of the monthly series!
So if you want to test your skill and abilities, register for the next Ambro Cup taking place on Sunday 17th June. Here are the details:
«Toornament is the platform that our community recommended to us. I personally often used it for tournaments I entered on different games and I find it easy to take in hand, both as a player or as an organizer. It makes it possible for the community to create its own tournament and, for us, to support them. It also offers a large set of tools for the communication around the tournament.»
– Etienne, Beyond the Void Community Manager
Welcome to Beyond the Void and its community, we hope you will have a blast playing this game competitively!
After months of hard work, we are finally ready to unveil our new update, containing everything you need to organize and participate in competitions for your favorite Battle Royale games. After our teaser from last week, we have the pleasure to announce that all planned features are now available on the platform!
If you wish to create a great Battle Royale tournament, like the LeStream Show Barrière, search no more, we have all you need!
Come and discover the brand new FFA-tailored structure, that can handle up to 100 players per match, with points and ranks automatically calculated!
Having the structure is good, but there is more to it! There are New Match Formats & Automated Calculations to make our organizers’ life even easier!
Last, but not least, this update also comes with the possibility to setup your Double Elimination Bracket grand finals the way you see fit, with or without reset!
All of these confirm that Toornament remains at the forefront of innovation when it comes to creating and managing the best esports competitions out there!
Check our detailed guides on how to create a tournament for your favorite game!
This new format allows you to create your Battle Royale tournaments, but also any other free-for-all format, like Racing Sims or FPS Deathmatches, as long as participants earn points for each game/race!
See our General Guides on how to create tournaments: