Tournament object describes a tournament for which a single result is published. A
Tournament consists of a number of
Match objects, a number of
Registration objects, and other optional information.
The tournament's name.
An abbreviated version of the tournament's
Where this tournament happened.
Validation rules for scoring matches in this tournament.
The tournament's start date, including time zone, as an ISO 8601-formatted string in the tournament's local time zone.
The tournament's end date, including time zone, as an ISO 8601-formatted string in the tournament's local time zone.
|registrations||Array of |
The organizations registered to play in this tournament.
|phases||Array of |
The phases of play in this tournament.
|rankings||Array of |
The rankings used at this tournament.
|audience||One of the following:|
The intended audience of the tournament.
|level||One of the following:|
The level of the tournament, within the context of its
Free-form string of question set(s) used at this tournament.
|content||One of the following:|
The subject matter of the tournament question set(s).
Free-form string of other information relevant to tournament.
The tournament site's name (e.g. "Hyatt Regency O'Hare").
The location of the tournament. Free-form; the purpose is to enable people to find the site. An example might be "9300 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Rosemont, Illinois".
The latitude of the tournament's site (for geolocation).
The longitude of the tournament's site (for geolocation).
The name for this set of scoring rules.
The number of teams that participates in each match. If omitted, assume
The maximum number of players that may be active at once, per team, in a match. If omitted, assume
The standard number of tossups heard in a match. If omitted, assume
The maximum number of tossups heard in a match that does not go into overtime. (Different from
The smallest possible number of overtime tossups or tossup-bonus cycles (as determined by
Are bonuses used in overtime? If omitted, assume
The largest integer that is guaranteed to be a factor of a valid final score for one team in one match. If omitted, assume
The maximum possible score on a single bonus. Omitting this means there are no bonuses. If present and
The largest integer that is guaranteed to be a factor of a valid score on a single bonus. If omitted but
The smallest number of parts that may exist in one bonus. If omitted but
The greatest number of parts that may exist in one bonus. If omitted but
The number of points earned for a correct answer to one bonus part. Omitting this while specifying
The number of lightning rounds received by each team in each game. If omitted, assume
The maximum possible score on a single lightning round. If omitted but
The largest integer that is guaranteed to be a factor of a valid score on a single lightning round. If omitted but
|answer_types||Array of |
The different answer types possible in this tournament.
AnswerType object has details about how tossups can be answered. If you’re talking about the traditional -5/10/15 answer types or some subset thereof, you can skip this and use the
value field instead.
The number of points a player receives for this answer type.
How to label this answer type on reports. If omitted, turn the
How to label this answer type on reports when space is limited, perhaps in a table column header. If omitted, use the
Whether or not the team that gets this answer value will next receive a bonus question. If omitted, assume