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Crazy 8’s Specifications In the Crazy8 format, you start with eight players, each ranked from one to eight. The games are structured in rounds, with two matches happening at the same time on separate courts. The unique twist here is how players are paired: in the first round, the top-ranked player pairs with the bottom-ranked to play against the second and seventh-ranked players. Simultaneously, the third and sixth-ranked players team up against the fourth and fifth-ranked players on another court.

The format is all about doubles matches, where each side of the court sees a pair working together. After each round, the winning teams stay together for the next match, facing off against other winners or teams that haven’t played yet. This structure creates a mix of skill levels within each team, making for interesting and often unpredictable matches. It’s a great way to balance competition with a sense of fun and camaraderie, ensuring players of varying skill levels get to interact and learn from each other.

Suitable with:

Mobile

Kiosk

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Number of Players

Up to 80

Team Format

Rotating

Group Limit

Every 8 players make a group

Bye Option

No

Rounds Played

Usually, 6 rounds

Manager can add more rounds depending on the speed of the matches or availability of time

Courts Needed

Each group needs 2 courts

Signature Features

  • Mobile experience
  • Airport style standalone large screen kiosk
  • DUPR ratings support
  • Adjustable number of groups
  • Add an extra round(s) to specific group
  • Manager re-seeding

Rules

Eight players (1-8 ranked) form changing doubles pairings each round.

Pairing System:

Top-ranked pairs with bottom-ranked.

Match Dynamics:

Winning teams stay together, facing off against other winners or new teams. 

Suitability Comparison

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Crazy 8’s Specifications In the Crazy8 format, you start with eight players, each ranked from one to eight. The games are structured in rounds, with two matches happening at the same time on separate courts. The unique twist here is how players are paired: in the first round, the top-ranked player pairs with the bottom-ranked to play against the second and seventh-ranked players. Simultaneously, the third and sixth-ranked players team up against the fourth and fifth-ranked players on another court.

The format is all about doubles matches, where each side of the court sees a pair working together. After each round, the winning teams stay together for the next match, facing off against other winners or teams that haven’t played yet. This structure creates a mix of skill levels within each team, making for interesting and often unpredictable matches. It’s a great way to balance competition with a sense of fun and camaraderie, ensuring players of varying skill levels get to interact and learn from each other.

Suitable with:

Mobile

Kiosk

Watch

Check out our event calculator tool!

How many courts do you need to set up your favorite event? How should you charge? Check out our calculator now to find out!

Calculate Your Event Now!

Number of Players

Up to 80

Team Format

Rotating

Group Limit

Every 8 players make a group

Bye Option

No

Rounds Played

Usually, 6 rounds

Manager can add more rounds depending on the speed of the matches or availability of time

Courts Needed

Each group needs 2 courts

Signature Features

  • Mobile experience
  • Airport style standalone large screen kiosk
  • DUPR ratings support
  • Adjustable number of groups
  • Add an extra round(s) to specific group
  • Manager re-seeding

Rules

Eight players (1-8 ranked) form changing doubles pairings each round.

Pairing System:

Top-ranked pairs with bottom-ranked.

Match Dynamics:

Winning teams stay together, facing off against other winners or new teams. 

Suitability Comparison

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