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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


EBU-turneringar med Master Points

EBU Master Points tournaments are open to everyone. To take part, every player must have enough credits for EBU tournaments.

A tournament consists of 20 deals in MP scoring with at least 10 players. If the minimum number of players required is not reached, the tournament is cancelled and you will get your credits back.

Tournament frequency

  • On Saturday from midnight to 10pm
  • On Sunday from midnight to 10pm

Entry fee - credits

The credits allowing you to play EBU tournaments are not included in our standard offers.

You can purchase these specific credits in the Funbridge shop, symbolised by a trolley on the home screen of your application.

Several packs of credits for EBU tournaments are available (1 credit allows you to play 1 tournament of 20 deals):

  • 1 EBU tournament: €/$1.99
  • 5 credits for EBU tournaments: €/$9.99
  • 10 credits for EBU tournaments: €/$19.99
  • 20 credits for EBU tournaments: €/$39.99

You can also purchase them in our online shop by clicking here.

Please note that the credits for EBU tournaments cannot be refunded. You can delete your registration for a tournament before it starts (click on the button "registered").

At the end of the deal, players only have access to their own result on the deal, i.e. contract played, result, score and rank.
Other players' results will be displayed at the end of the tournament only.

Calculation of the number of deals based on the number of participants
The number of deals generated for a tournament is higher than the number of deals played, so that all players won't play the same deals and not in the same order.

Awarding of Master Points
The principle is as follows:

Master points are awarded to the top 1/3 of players, rounded up.

Each player is awarded 3*(n-p+1) points, where:
n=number of awards
p=place of player
Exception: the lowest possible award is 6, so the lowest place receiving an award will usually get 6 (rather than 3).

When places are tied, Master Points are shared but rounded up to the nearest 3.

Example for 34 players: 12 players receive Master Points.

Place Award
1 36
2 33
3= 30 Two shared awards rounded up
3= 30
5 24
6= 18
6= 18 Three shared awards: each get the average of their awards
6= 18
9 12
10 9
11 6
12 6 Last position gets 6 rather than 3