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Setting Up Game Competitions

When it comes to games online, there are many different forms. There are some that are just played by individuals for fun, and then there are some that are competitive. Almost any game that is available online can be turned into a competition.

Competitions for Card Games

It may be thought that outside of poker, and some of the common table games, that there couldn’t be much of competition around card games. This is not true. One favourite card game of many is solitaire, and now, there are many different versions of this, such as Spider Solitaire, and the gameplay has been taken to the next level. Now there are competitions for this, and other card games, where trophies are awarded.

Step One for Setting Up a Gaming Competition

The first step is to choose a particular game, then find a group of people that would be interested in competing. When choosing the game, it has to be classed as a tournament approved set. There is a particular criterion that has to be applied for it to meet this standard.

Step Two

A location has to be agreed upon, where all the competitors will meet, and participate, in the competition. All of the equipment necessary for the event has to be readily available.

Step Three

Make sure that everyone is aware of the rules of the competition, and that someone is assigned the position of being a referee.

There has to be some type of prize for the winner of the competition. It can be a medal, or a trophy, and even a posting of the event on a website. There can also be spectators that are allowed to attend the event. If you want this to be online, then it is simple enough to make a YouTube video of the entire game from start to finish.