The Bridge International Championship (BIC) special season continues! For this new and last edition of the World Tour, embark on your next destination…
Bridge International Championship (BIC) World Tour – Oceania Edition ✈️
8 to 14 May 2023
Challenge players from all over the globe, earn Funbridge Points and WBF Robot Bridge Points, and step onto the podium! Everyone can participate, whatever their nationality. 😉
If you are in the top 50 players of this edition, you can qualify for All-Star BIC of in summer of 2023. This BIC Oceania constitutes your last chance to try to qualify! This event also offers you the opportunity to win many titles and Diamonds. 🎁
Participate in this iconic competition now and play against top players!
Clink in the links below to find out more about how it works and the many prizes that are up for grabs.
When will the BIC World Tour – Oceania Edition be held?
The Bridge International Championship World Tour – Oceania Edition will be taking place from 8 to 14 May in the Funbridge app.
The event will be split into 2 phases: the qualifications and the final.
How to participate?
All you have to do is launch your Funbridge app on 8 May and click the section dedicated to the event that can be found under “Play solo” on the left of your screen.
You can also go to the “Tournaments” section of the app to play straight away.
How does the qualification phase work?
100 tournaments of 6 deals scored by MPs will be available from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 May.
A ranking list will be established based on the average score achieved by the players in their top 5 tournaments.
In other words, to be listed in the BIC rankings, each participant must play at least 5 tournaments. Only players with an average score of 56% or more at the end of the qualification phase will qualify for the final.
How does the final work?
There won’t be any games on Friday 12 May. Enjoy and recharge your batteries!
The BIC final will be held on 13-14 May and include 8 tournaments of 6 deals scored by MPs.
The final rankings will be established based on the average score achieved by the players in all 8 tournaments.
What are the prizes and titles you can win?
All the finalists will receive 50 Diamonds. In addition, international and national prizes are given to participants.
- The World Tour – Oceania” BIC International Champion title will be awarded to the player with the top score/percentage in the BIC world rankings.
- The World Tour – Oceania” BIC National Champion title will be awarded to the players with the top score/percentage in the BIC rankings for their country.
Positions in the ranking lists after the final will determine the awarding of the International and National Champion titles.
The more you play, the more Funbridge Points and WBF Robot Bridge Points you get.
Prize list – BIC world rankings
Prize list – BIC national rankings
- 1st: 5,000 Diamonds + World Tour – Oceania” BIC International Champion title.
- 2nd: 3,000 Diamonds
- 3rd: 1,500 Diamonds
- 4th-10th: 200 Diamonds
- 11th-50th: 100 Diamonds
- 1st national player: 1,000 Diamonds + World Tour – Oceania” BIC National Champion title
- 2nd national player: 800 Diamonds
- 3rd national player: 500 Diamonds
Rank among the top 50 players and win your seat to the All-Star BIC.
- 51st-100th: 50 Diamonds
National ranking lists per country will be available provided that there are at least 10 participating players from that country
How much is the entry fee?
Each tournament of the qualification phase costs 25 Diamonds.
Tournaments of the final phase are free. 😉
“I am happy to welcome you to this new edition of the Bridge International Championship. Make the most of this opportunity to connect to other bridge enthusiasts and put your skills to the test in a friendly atmosphere.😊“
– Justine Mouille, Events Manager.