How do I create a tournament?
Navigate to the Tournament page. At the bottom of the page where it says ‘Want to host your own tournament?’, select ‘Get Started’. You can host a tournament either as a player or through your host account.
What if I don’t see a game I play on the website?
At BattlePro, we aim to provide the best possible experience for our players. If you believe we’re lacking in a particular area, we’d be happy to hear your suggestion by contacting us.
What is an organization?
You can view an organization as the owner or manager behind a tournament. An organization is typically responsible for practice schedules, logistics, team management, tournament winnings, etc.
What information can I edit in my tournament?
Once you’re in the ‘Manage Tournament’ panel, you can edit the following information: - Tournament Name - Maximum players per team - Entry fee - Tournament start date and time - Tournament end date if multi-day tournament - About - Rules - Schedule - Tournament banner - Prizing - Stream information - Map - Min/max teams
How do I receive my prize money?
The prize money earned from a tournament is handled by the tournament organizer. Before signing up for a tournament, it is always encouraged to read through the tournament rules very carefully.
What is a Round Robin bracket?
In a Round Robin bracket, each team will play every other team in the tournament. Typically Round Robin has an even number of teams but if there is an odd amount, each team will have a bye match. Unlike Elimination type brackets, no team or player are removed from the tournament in Round Robin.
What is a Swiss bracket?
Unlike a Round Robin bracket, each team will not play every other team in the tournament. Instead, a Swiss bracket will pair a team with another of the same record after the first round. Unlike Elimination type brackets, no team or player are removed from the tournament in Swiss bracket.
What is an Elimination bracket?
There are two different types of Elimination brackets, Single Elimination and Double Elimination. A Single Elimination will find the losing team of each round immediately eliminated from the tournament. The winner of the round will continue to progress until there is a final match up for the tournament champion. A Double Elimination will find the losing team of two rounds immediately eliminated from the tournament. Unlike Single Elimination, in a Double Elimination bracket, a team has a second chance of progressing to the finale.