To-Do List/Tournament Example/Qualifiers
|Overview||Picks & Bans||Team Rosters||Qualifiers||VODs|
A Qualifier's page should look very similar to the page for the main tournament. However, a qualifier does not require picks and bans or team rosters to be recorded. If they are available, VODs should be linked to under "View Games"
|Prize Pool||$ 1|
For the overview, you should mention who sponsors the event, who organized it, where it took place, and how teams came to compete in it(invited or qualified). You can also mention the prizepool and give a brief explanation of the tournament format.
Make a bulleted list of the event's format, giving as much detail as possible
- Single Elimination bracket
- All matches are best of three
If a tournament has an international team mixture, you may convert the prizepool from what is listed to other currencies. For example, if European teams compete in a North American event, make another column and list the approximate value in Euros.
1 US Dollar is spread among the teams as seen below:
If teams come from multiple regions, separate them by region. Otherwise, separate them by how they earned a spot(qualified or invited)
|North America (4)||Europe (4)|
|Dignitas||against All authority|
|Epik Gamer||SK Gaming|
|Counter Logic Gaming||FnaticRC|
|v8 Esports||Absolute Legends|
Make sections for all major portions of the main tournament(Group stages and brackets). Any pre-event qualifiers should have a separate page and have a tab added at the top.
For large offline events, a schedule may be added. This is mostly to be added for upcoming, but is optional to be added to tournaments that have already concluded, purely for the conservation of information.
List the stream(s) the games were on, give a link to the general site where vods are(youtube,organization's site, etc). Individual VOD links are done of the VODs tab at the top.
List any interviews with players, teams, or people that relate directly to the event. For offline events, list any interviews that took place at the event.
List any coverage from sites. Check any sites you know of that may have given coverage to an event. If one site has multiple articles on the same event, make a new subsection for that site specifically.