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MtG Swiss Tournament is a streamlined app for managing Magic the Gathering swiss style tournaments using official DCI rules. It generates random pairings, lets you report results, and computes the standings after each round for you.<br><br>Features:<br>- pairings and standings according to official DCI rules (including tiebreakers)<br>- simple but polished user interface<br>- you can enter any number of players, byes will automatically be assigned if necessary <br>- you can play as many rounds as you like - the matchmaking tries to avoid repeating the same pairings as long as possible<br>- generates seatings for drafts etc.<br>- you can drop players
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If you switch out of the app for more than a few minutes it will erase your tournament information. This app does not have the ability to save. Otherwise, it's an ok app. Worth your 99c if you can manage not multitasking or leaving the app in the background for too long. Also, there's no way to add / drop / rename players once you begin. There's also no way to reshuffle pairings or pause time. The developer seemed to have abandoned this project since there has been no updates since over a year ago. I use this for Cardfight!! Vanguard and Force of Will tournaments.
I thought this feature might have been added since it was requested in a previous version. The app is great, but really needs this feature. It would also be nice to save the tournament with a name, option to count down instead of up with an alarm, and save the players names and track their results while being able pick them again. I know it's a lot to ask for, but I will change my rating to 5 stars for at least the feature to drop players and recalculate pairings.
Overall I would give the app a 5 star if it had one major feature, the ability to add more points than 9. I understand that MTG doesn’t use many points per round but I would like to use the app to run miniature tournaments that are scored by victory points that can go up to 15 some times. Also the ability to drop players without starting over would be AMAZING.
I love using this app for all my tournament needs. It's very easy and quick to set-up. I would love to see the addition of manual pairings though as I've had a few times a player or two come late and I want to add them and keep everyone else the same.
Sometimes on my 5S if the app gets minimized, then brought back up later, the tournament info and match history are gone, and all player names erased. This app needs a way to save a tourney so we don't lose all previous info. Beyond frustrating. Other than that, great app.
Developed by Yann Disser.
MtG Swiss Tournament is ranking in Utilities & Games & Card
Last update was at Jul 23, 2019and the current version is 1.2.
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MtG Swiss Tournament have a 16a user reviews.
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