Organize an Auto Battler tournament
1. Pick your Auto Battler
Create a new tournament from your Organizer Dashboard, and select the Auto Battler of your choice, we will go with Teamfight Tactics for this one!
If you are new to the platform, you should take the time to read our Starter Guide on how to create your first tournament.
2. Configure your Match Format
First things first, you have to select the Match Format to be used throughout the tournament, by going to the "Settings" -> "Match" menu.
The Fixed Games format should be enough for a Battler tournament, as we do not really keep track of scores or kills in such games, just the final rank! This way, you will just have to enter the position of each player after each game, and the system will calculate their points with the scale you provided.
3. Create a FFA Stage
We recommend going with a FFA Single Elimination bracket, so you will have a bracket stage. For Teamfight Tactics, you could easily go with a structure with matches of 8 players, 2 or 4 qualified players per match, and as many entrants as you need!
An alternative would be to go with a Simple FFA Stage that will let you create matches at will or if you have a reduced number of participants.
4. Open your Registrations
5. Publish and Promote your Tournament
Unless you prefer keeping your tournament private, you have to publish it so it becomes visible to everyone both on the website and the mobile app.
You can also get tips and advices on a good promoting campaign in our Share category.
6. Validate and Place your participants
7. Enter match results
Once a race is over, go to the "Matches" -> "Name of your stage" menu and enter the ranking of each participant, over all games if you went with a multi-games match format.
That's it, you have your AutoBattler tournament going on nicely, keep reporting the games results, and Toornament will handle the rest, ranking participants after each game!
8. BONUS: Get creative with our API
For more advanced organizers, or professional ones, we have a free and open API to help you improve your video and/or stream production or create your own management tools.
Another visual application of the API would be to use it to create infographics, just like this one for Just Dance World Cup.