Bowling Tournament Event Submissions 2


Information must be entered in numerical order. See complete instructions below form.

Bowling Tournament Submissions Form
1) The first step is to Select the where event is to be held.
2) Selecting the state will allow you to that the tournament is held.
3) Once the city and state are selected, you can (bowling alley)
where the tournament is to be actually played.

The selected tournament will be held at
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4) Tournament Title: (Maximum 100 characters)
5) Start Date:
6) End Date:
7) Your name:
8) Event URL: (IMPORTANT-This is the web link to your tournament.)
9) Tournament Contact Information and Short Description: (Maximum 400 characters)
10) Category:

Selecting a category is optional, otherwise click the Submit button below to submit the event for approval.

Instructions:

To enter your event just follow these steps in numerical order.

1) The first step is to select the state from the pull-down menu, in which the event is to be held. This must be done first.

2) Once the state has been selected, selection of available cities will be in the Select the City pull-down. Select the city in which the event is to be held.

3) Selecting the city will cause the Select the Facility pull-down to show available locations. These facilities are bowling alleys in the selected city, in the selected state. When the facility(bowling alley) is selected, the address will show up below the Location Selector.

4) Next, enter the tournament title, the full name of the tournament.

5) The start date of the tournament comes next. This is done by clicking into the space below the words “Start Date”. A calendar will appear. Click on the date in the calendar. Use the calendar navigation to move from month to month and year to year.

6) The end date is done in the same manner as the start date.

7) Your name goes in the space below the label. You can use any name. This tells the system who is entering the event into the calendar.

8) This box is THE most important entry in the submission. This is the web address for the tournament. This is the link to the actual tournament information and MUST be correct, in order for the event to be located by anyone using the calendar.

9) The tournament contact information goes here, plus a short description of the tournament itself, if available. This contact information is the telephone contact, email, mailing address, and/or other contact information, for the tournament itself, such as director or sponsor contact. Careful not to repeat the location of and contact information of the bowling alley/facility here, unless they are the contact. Sometimes bowling alleys sponsor their own tournaments, in which case only a reference to the name of the facility is necessary, as their location information is already given.

10) The Category is optional. Not all categories are listed in the menu. If left, the default is General. Only the most common categories are included.

Check/Review your entry, and when ready, click the Submit button to enter your event for approval for the BowlingQuest Tournament Calendar.


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2 thoughts on “Bowling Tournament Event Submissions

  • James Yeatrakas

    http://www.potbowling.com is intended to be a national tournament run on a daily basis with multiple ways to compete. It is in proof of concept format in order raise awareness of its existence. Real bowlers entering their scores in sanctioned tournaments or league events will be combined with computer generated bowlers so that the scope of the tournament can be demonstrated. As the real bowler participation reaches around 2000 bowlers, the CGI bowlers will be dropped. If the bowlers desire to add fee based events they will be included with free events always available. Free events are bragging rights only while fee based events could reach thousands of dollars. There are short videos at the webpage as well as FAQs and a section on the rules. I have tested the tournament engine for stability and accuracy. Players of ALL abilities can compete on an equal basis as they will be placed on 4 person teams and their averages adjusted after each event using the last six events plus the current score to calculate the new averages. I invite you to participate. While it is free to play, no passwords are necessary and if you do not want to post your real name you can use any name you want. However, your current USBC average will allow you to experience the true capability of the tournament. Please visit http://www.potbowling.com. It isn’t pretty, but it does work.