AHPA Professional World Air Hockey Challenge Ladder
Best of 1,3,5, or 7 games
How to get started:
Click join at the top to register for the challenge ladder, or enter through the app.
A new participant is allowed 1 open challenge where they can pick one person to challenge and if they win they take that spot, but if they lose, they start from the bottom.
This ladder works off the Elo Rating system which is similar to how the chess rating system works. Players have a default rating after their first game that is set to 1000. When a participant beats a higher rated player, they gain more points and the loser losers more points than they would if they
compete against someone with a closer rating. The maximum points a player can win or lose is 40. Here is a complete description of how the elo rating system works
It is the winnerís responsibility to report the results by clicking the report results link in the challenge section, or in the app. The opponent will receive an email notification or push notification that the results were reported. Please contact the event director if an incorrect result was reported.
Participants must make at least 1 challenge within 365 days of the last played match. Failure to do so will result in a rankings penalty that applies to everyone except for the #1 ranked person.
Participants ranked 25 and better receive a 2 ranking spot penalty and those ranked 26 and worse receive a non-activity penalty of 3 ranking spots.
If there are multiple challenge ladders and the people playing each
other are both on the other ladder(s), the result also counts
toward the other ladders.
If both participants are on an outside R2sports challenge ladder,
results from the outside ladders also count towards the ladder rankings
R2 Sports App Available:
R2 Sports app for this event: Use the app to follow participants and receive results. With app installed, this link loads event details.