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Online Regional Cup: Americas Tournament #4
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Welcome to the Armageddon Online Cup: Americas. This is a qualification tournament #4 with a prize fund of €1,000. The top 20 players of this tournament will receive invitations to the regional online final, where they will have a chance to win money from the €10,000 prize pool and earn a spot in the Armageddon over-the-board events to play against the world’s top grandmasters. 


Please read the full rules & regulations here 

This tournament will take place on December 10, 17:00 UTC.

Org. WorldChess,
Rated >600,
11 rounds
(Swiss) ∙
Ended ∙
17:00Dec 10

    How do I get to the regional online final?

    The top-20 players from each qualification tournament will be invited to participate in the regional final. 


    Can I play in all qualification tournaments? 

    No, each player can participate in up to three qualification tournaments. However, each player can qualify only once. After the first qualification, he/she will not be included in the top-20 for qualification purposes.


    Next tournaments in this region:

    December 18, 2022, 23:00 UTC


    What is the prize money distribution?

    The total prize fund of each qualifying tournament is €1,000 EUR:

    1st place - 500 EUR

    2nd place - 250 EUR

    3rd place - 75 EUR

    4th-10th places - 25 EUR each.

    The total prize fund of each regional online final is €10,000 EUR:

    1st place - 3,000 EUR

    2nd place - 2,000 EUR

    3rd-4th places - 1,000 EUR each

    5th-10th places - 250 EUR each

    11th - 20th places - 150 EUR each.

    The winners of the tournament are announced not later than 10 calendar days following the end of the respective tournament. The list will be published on the Series’ website. 


    Is it rated?

    Yes, this tournament is FIDE Online Arena Rated and will affect your FOA Rating.


    How are scores calculated?

    A win has a base score of 1 point, a draw 0,5 point, and a loss is worth no points.


    How is the winner decided?

    The player(s) with the most points at the conclusion of the tournament's set time limit will be announced winner(s).

    When two players have the same number of points, the tournament performance is shown in the final standings.


    How does the pairing work?

    It is the Swiss pairing system. At the beginning of the tournament, players are paired based on their ratings.


    How does it end?

    The tournament finished when all rounds are finished.