How to Play
Sometime in the days leading up to a pay-per-view, when
the card seems to final, a link to the registration page
will appear at the top of this page. Simply select who you
think will win (or no contest) from the drop down boxes
and enter your tie-breaker match time and submit.
For each match in which you correctly guess the results,
you recieve one point. Additionally, for each player who
incorrectly guesses the result of that match, you recieve
an additional point. So getting a long shot right would
pay off quite well, whereas getting a heavy favorite right
won't give too many points. Should a match be changed significantly
or not happen on the pay-per-view, it will be omitted from
scoring (see Play-Per-View Rules section for more info).
The following rules have been established for determining whether or not a match will be
omitted from scoring:
- Any participant changes or a change to/from an elimination match throws the match out.
- Any stip changes throws the match out (i.e. from a title match to a non-title match (and
vice-versa) or from a No DQ match to a normal match (and vice-versa).
- Any official forfeit win will count (i.e. there is an official winner, an entrance, the bell
rings, a winner is declared/has hand raised (as opposed to some gimmick where the manager does
it or something), and it is officially recognized by the fed (like WWE.Com)).
These may be periodically reviewed following future PPVs if such a situation arises that
warrants review but new rules will never retroactively go in effect.
In addition to having a winner every pay-per-view, a grand
champion is determined based on performance over the course
of an entire year. You are automatically entered in the
grand championship when you enter Play-Per-View and you
can join mid-season.
The seasons are scheduled as follows:
WWE - Backlash to Wrestlemania
TNA - Genesis to Bound for Glory
UFC - On a calendar basis (Jan 1st
to Dec 31st)
Grand Championship Scoring
Scoring breakdowns are based upon a factor of 10. If the
total number of participants in a Play-Per-View event is
not divisible by 10, the number will be rounded up to the
next factor of 10 to determine the base for breakdown of
scoring. Participants must score points in a Play-Per-View
to be eligible to receive points for that Play-Per-View
towards the Grand Championship.
The points breakdown is as
First Place: 10 points
Next 10% in Standings: 6 points
Next 20% in Standings: 4 points
Next 30% in Standings: 3 points
Next 20% in Standings: 2 points
Next 10% in Standings: 1 point
Remaining Players/No Score: 0 points
Non-forum players should be sure to use the exact same name
every pay-per-view so your points add up properly. This
is why using a forumname is preferred, even if you don't
post in the forum.