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Rankings 2023

Here is the ranking system for the upcoming 2023 European Tournament Series (ETS). First, we will have multiple rankings across four main divisions: Open “Gold”, Women's, Mixed and Open “Contender”. These rankings are then divided into team and individual rankings for each category. All rankings can be found here:


Second, different rankings serve different purposes. For instance, for Open and Women´s, only the sum of two best results of ETS 2023 season count (Open - team, Women´s - individual, more info towards the ETS Championship PRO Divison (top 16 teams). In contrast, Open “Contender” rankings will be used towards more precise seeding in the “Contender” division at ETS events. 


Furthermore, during the ETS 2023 season, teams and players will be awarded same number of point independent of size of the division. As EURA, we realize it may not be the perfect solution because of couple of reasons, yet we are confident it is the best solution in the current situation.


Point system for ETS 2023 season in Open “Gold”, Women's, Mixed and “Contender”:

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Seeding 2023

  • Points from a previous season are worth 25% of their value in the following season. Points last for one season after they are earned. All points earned in the 2022 season are worth 25% in 2023 season.

  • The following tournaments from the 2022 season were taken into account: 4 EURA Grand Slams (Cluj, Riga, Sheffield, Freiburg), European Championship (Limerick) and 2 STS events (Paris, Gent). 

    • Points are awarded to each player (for women's, these points are proportional to the amount of teams present at these events)

    • Seeding for the first ETS 2023 event (ETS Paris) is based on the sum of top 2 individual points from 2022 of each player.

    • After ETS Paris, seeding takes the sum of top 3 individual points in total (2022 season, 25% of original value) and 2023 season (100% value). 

Additionally, in order to create more international competition, EURA and a hosting organisation reserve the right to alter the seeding and thus minimizing the chances, for instance, to have 4 German teams playing in the same pool of 5 in any given ETS tournament or for a team that has no points and has had top 3 performances during other important tournaments to be seeded last.


Important note on “Contender” points. If a team qualifies through an ETS event (top 4 of non-gold teams), its “Contender” points do not transfer towards the “Gold” ranking or seeding. However, since it is the first year of EURA “Gold” division, we will take points from the best two results from 2022 season (25% value) and add them to seeding. Here is a real life example:

Team X consisting of players A and B finishes second in “Contender” in Paris and thus qualifies for “Gold”. Team X played one event in 2022 and finished 5th. 5th = 110 points for each player. 110/4 (25% value) leaves each player with 27,5 points. The sum of players A and B is calculated as: 2x 27,5 = 55 points 

For their next tournament, Team X will start with a seeding score of 55 points. 

Had players A and B played in three events in 2022, even in three different teams, only the sum two best results of each individual team member would have counted - you get the point.

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