Pools

  • Can I make different picks for different pools?

    The picks that you make in a tournament are valid for all the pools that you participate in. So you only submit one set of picks per round which is then used for all your pools in that tournament.
  • How can I change the pool captain?

    If you're the captain of your pool but you'd like someone else to take over the pool captaincy, please contact us (http://www.superbru.com/home/contact.php?#) and indicate the tournament, pool name and details of who you'd like to nominate as the new pool captain then we can get that arranged for...
  • How do I add SuperBru Super Rugby Legends to my pool?

    If you'd like to see what our SuperBru Legends, such as Joel Stransky, Andrew Mehrtens and The General have picked, then you can add them to your pool's results view. If you're the pool captain, go to the Super Rugby Predictor game and open your pool. Click on the Manage button and select the Add...
  • How do I approve a pending player's pool membership

    As the pool captain you can approve a player's membership to your pool in your pool's Management section. 1) Open the relevant tournament 2) Hover your mouse pointer over the Pools tab 3) Click on the cog icon to the right of your pool's name to open the pool management area 4) Click on the Appl...
  • How do I change my pool's name

    You can edit your pool name by editing the pool's settings. 1) Open the pool in the relevant tournament. 2) Click on the Manage button 3) Select the Edit Settings option 4) Make the necessary changes and save them at the bottom of the page.
  • How do I contact all my pool members?

    The pool newsletter is the perfect function for this. Assuming that you are the pool captain, open your pool in the relevant tournament, click on the Manage button and select the New & Newsletter option. Follow the prompts there to create a newsletter for your pool members.
  • How do I destroy a pool

    You can destroy a pool that you are captain of in the pool management area. 1) Open your pool in the relevant tournament. 2) Click on the Manage button within the pool. 3) Click on the Destroy Pool button on the left.
  • How do I edit my pool's features?

    If you'd like to purchase any upgrade features for your pool that can be done in the pool's management area. Try opening the relevant tournament, then follow the steps below: 1) Hover your mouse pointer over the Pools tab. 2) Click on the Cog icon to the right of your pool name. 3) Select the F...
  • How do I edit my pool's scoring rules?

    You can edit your pool's scoring settings in your pools management area. Try these steps: 1) Hover your mouse pointer over the Pools tab, 2) Hover your mouse pointer over the extra navigation icon (it's 3 dots below each other) for the relevant pool, 3) Select the Manage option from the dropdown...
  • How do I expel members from your pool

    You should be able to expel a player from your pool that you are captain of by accessing the members management section: 1) Open your pool in the relevant tournament 2) Click on the cog icon to open the pool management section 3) Click on the Members button on the left to open the player managem...
  • How do I join a pool?

    Desktop or mobile website: 1) Open the relevant tournament 2) Click on Pools 3) Click on Join a Pool. You'll be able to search for the pool there. Superbru App: 1) Tap on the big + icon in the top right hand corner of the screen 2) Select the Start a Pool option and search for the pool.
  • How do I resign from a pool

    To resign from a pool, please open the tournament tournament that the pool is in, then follow the steps below: 1) Hover your mouse pointer over the Pools tab. 2) Shift your mouse across to the right and hover over the extra navigation icon (three dots) for the relevant pool that you want to resi...
  • How do I send a newsletter to my pool?

    Assuming that you are the pool captain, open your pool in the relevant tournament, click on the Manage button and select the New & Newsletter option. Follow the prompts there to create a newsletter for your pool members.
  • How do I send invites to my pool members?

    You can send pool invitations to prospective pool members by following the steps below: 1) Hover your mouse pointer over the Pools tab in the middle of the page. 2) Next to the name of your pool, point your mouse at the extra navigation icon (it's three dots) on the right to open a dropdown list...
  • How do I start or create a new pool

    On desktop or mobile website: 1) Open the relevant tournament 2) Click on Pools 3) Click on Start a Pool and follow the setup process from there. Superbru App: 1) Tap on the big + icon in the top right hand corner of the screen 2) Select the Start a Pool option and follow the setup prompts.
  • How do I upload an image for my pool?

    You should be able to upload an image for your pool by accessing the pool's Management section: 1) Open the relevant tournament 2) Hover your mouse pointer over the Pools tab in the middle of the page 3) Click on the cog icon to the right of your pool's name to open the pool management area 4) ...
  • How many pool members am I allowed to have in my pool?

    There are no limits to the pool size. Your pool may be as big or as small as you like, but the competition will be tougher in a bigger pool.
  • How many pools can I join?

    You may play in up to 10 pools for each tournament that you participate in and your picks will be valid across all the pools.
  • I have reached my pool limit. How can I add more pools?

    You can purchase an additional three pools to participate in for each tournament on your pool management page. Simply open the relevant tournament, click on the Pools tab and select the Manage My Pools option. At the bottom of the page you'll be able to purchase an extra pool bolt-on voucher or a...
  • What does DNQ stand for?

    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...
  • What does the clock or watch symbol on the pool leaderboard mean?

    The clock indicates that the corresponding player has not yet been approved into the pool by the pool captain. This has no impact on the scoring, but only restricts the player in question from posting on the pool banterboards. If you still need to be approved into a pool, please contact the pool...