Bracket pairings are generated from bowlers who have registered for brackets in a given week. For example, Joe is bowling in Contest A and enters 2 brackets; Morgan is bowling in Contest B and enters 2 brackets. They could end up in the same bracket even though they are bowling in different contests. Just like in real brackets, your opponents are determined by registration time. We make efforts to ensure you are not paired against the same person in the same round as much as we can, although it is possible to compete against the same bowler in more than one bracket.
Articles in this section
- What is a bracket?
- How do XBowling brackets work?
- How much does each bracket cost?
- What is the payout structure for brackets?
- Why are the start and end dates for my brackets different than the contest I registered for?
- How many brackets can I enter at one time?
- How are brackets paired up?
- How can I check on the status of my brackets?
- Can I see who I'm bowling against?
- Can brackets get canceled?