World Ranking Computation

INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS

Points System:

  • Champion: 1.000 points
  • Runner-up: 500 points.
  • 3rd place: 350 points.
  • 4th place: 250 points.
  • 5th to 8th place: 100 points:
  • The criterion to assign the ranking between the 5th to 8th place will be the following:
  • – Number of games won in quarter-finals
  • – Position in the Round Robin group
  • – Number of games won in the Round Robin group.
  • – Difference between games won and games lost.
  • If a player changes of category (by own or due to changes in the classification), he/she will keep the points obtained in both categories.

CONTINENTAL TOURNAMENTS

Points System:

  • Champion: 500 points
  • Runner-up: 300 points.
  • 3rd place: 250 points.
  • 4th place: 150 points.
  • 5th to 8th place: 100 points:
  • The criterion to assign the ranking between the 5th to 8th will be the following:
    • – Number of games won in quarter-finals
    • – Position in the Round Robin group
    • – Number of games won in the Round Robin group.
    • – Difference between games won and games lost.
  • If a player changes of category (by own or due to changes in the classification), he/she will keep the points obtained in both categories.
  • Points won at an IBTA sanctioned Continental tournament will go towards computation of international ranking after being down-scaled by a factor of 0.75. As an example, if a player is awarded 100 points at a Continental tournament, 75 points will go towards the international ranking computation.

NATIONAL TOURNAMENTS

Points System:

  • Champion: 100 points
  • Runner-up: 50 points.
  • 3rd: 40 points.
  • 4th place: 30 points.
  • 5th to 8th place: 10 points:
  • The criterion to assign the ranking between the 5th to 8th will be the following:
    • – Number of games won in quarter-finals
    • – Position in the Round Robin group
    • – Number of games won in the Round Robin group.
    • – Difference between games won and games lost.
  • If a player changes of category (by own or due to changes in the classification), he/she will keep the points obtained in both categories.
  • Points won at an IBTA sanctioned Continental tournament will go towards computation of international ranking after being down-scaled by a factor of 0.50. As an example, if a player is awarded 100 points at a National tournament, 50 points will go towards the international ranking computation.

VALIDITY OF THE POINS OBTAINED

For all the tournaments (Internationals, Continentals and Nationals) we will use the following system to calculate the points obtained for a player on a roll-off basis:

– Current year: 100%

– Second year: 50%

– 3rd year: 25%

– 4th year: 10%

For example: If “player A” has got 1.000 points in 2017 and 500 points in 2018, now he has (1.000 x 50%) + 500 = 1.000 points.

If “player A” gets 1.000 points in 2019, he will have (1.000 x 0,25) + (500 x 0,50) + 1.000 = 1.500 points.

We consider a competition year to be the period of time between 2 international tournaments:

For example: The points obtained for the “player A” at the Spain Tournament on May 2017 will be counted at 100% between this date to the following day of ending the Ireland Tournament on April 2018.

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