How are ties broken in the leaderboard rankings?
For most tournaments our standard tie breaking rules are applied. This may differ slightly in tournaments like F1, MotoGP and our Fantasy games where the scoring works a little differently. You can view the specific tie breaking rules for the relevant tournament on the pool leaderboards page, but...
How does the scoring system work?
Each sporting code has a unique scoring system developed specifically for the format at hand. We've got a scoring system page within each tournament where you can view a breakdown of how it all works. Try opening the tournament you have in mind, then click on Help and select the Scoring System li...
How does the scoring work for knockout rounds or finals?
Our standard points progression as a tournament goes into the knockout stages is as follows:
Group stages: 1 Win Point
Quarter Finals (and qualifiers): 1.5 Win Points
Semi Finals (and third place playoff): 2 Win Points
Final: 3 Win Points.
All other points remain constant, with the exception of...
Is there a way to switch off default picks?
If you'd like to have defaults deactivated within your pool, that can be done by upgrading your pool to a SuperPool which has various value added features including the option to deactivate defaults amongst others. If you'd like to know more about the SuperPool package you can view our Pools &...
My points are different in the pools which I play in. Why is this?
Your Pool Totals will almost always differ between the pools that you play in. This is primarily due to the pool specific nature of the Bonus Point system.
Simply put, BP's are awarded to the player/s with the closest correct pick for each game in each pool. So you may have had the closest pick...
There is an error with my score.
Please contact us (http://www.superbru.com/home/contact.php?#) as soon as possible and provide us with all relevant information about your points concern - which tournament, round and game are you concerned about and within which pool specifically (please provide the exact pool name). If you are ...
What do the acronyms WP, MP, BP and GSP mean?
These are the acronyms for our scoring categories.
WP = Win Points
MP = Margin Points
BP = Bonus Points
GSP = Grand Slam Points
Please view the scoring system page under the Help tab within each tournament for more information about how your prediction accuracy is rewarded by each of these var...
Why are my pool points and global points different?
This is because Bonus Points are excluded from the global leaderboard. They are relevant to your pool(s) only and reward the player with the closest prediction in that pool.
Why do I have DNQ in my pool's results?
DNQ means Did Not Qualify. This usually specifically refers to the Bonus Point (BP) allocation which is only awarded to players joining a pool before the start of the relevant match. If Bru X joins a pool after the start of a match (or later in the tournament) he'll have DNQ shown in the BP colum...
Why do you award points if a player does not make their picks?
If a player has not submitted picks for a particular game or round he/she may qualify for default picks depending on the allocation of defaults for the tournament. A default pick is not an automatic point - it is only awarded if the default team wins. We use the default pick system because we don...