RENEW 24 presents the 4th annual cornhole tournament!

Team entry fee: 💲50 dollars

*CASH IS DUE AT THE DOOR ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT*

Registration includes a limited edition t-shirt as well as door prize entry!

The more competition entrants, the bigger the prize. Invite your tool partner, any Union member on your job, your classmates at the JATC, or partner with your significant other! All are welcome.

Rules for entry

1) One person per team must be a member of ANY Union (Put N/A if one team member is not a current union member)

2) Must be present before start of event at 2:00pm (PLEASE try to arrive at least 30 minutes early as an entrant!)

If you’re interested in attending but not participating in the tournament and you would still like the cool exclusive t-shirt, please continue to register below; just fill out your information and write N/A under "team name".

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When?

September 10th 2022 1:00pm-7:00pm

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Where?

Key Brewing Co

2500 Grays Rd, Dundalk, MD 21222, USA

Tournament rules

Double-elimination tournament

A double-elimination tournament is a type of elimination tournament competition in which a participant ceases to be eligible to win the tournament's championship upon having lost two games or matches. It stands in contrast to a single-elimination tournament, in which only one defeat results in elimination.

One method of arranging a double-elimination tournament is to break the competitors into two sets of brackets, the winners' bracket and losers' bracket (W and L brackets for short; also referred to as championship bracket and elimination bracket,[1] upper bracket and lower bracket, or main bracket and repechage) after the first round. The first-round winners proceed into the W bracket and the losers proceed into the L bracket. The W bracket is conducted in the same manner as a single-elimination tournament, except that the losers of each round "drop down" into the L bracket. Another method of double-elimination tournament management is the Draw and Process.

As with single-elimination tournaments, most often the number of competitors is equal to a power of two (8, 16, 32, etc.) so that in each round there is an even number of competitors and never any byes. The maximum number of games in a double-elimination tournament is one less than twice the number of teams participating (e.g., 8 teams – 15 games). The minimum number is two less than twice the number of teams (e.g., 8 teams – 14 games).