There Are {}, and Then There Are Brackets

PLAY is so psyched for our Wreckless free game tourament tournament next month.  There’s so much to do.  Adam is getting the games in performance-mode and creating signs for the games to set up in the PLAY space.

Mini golf and wackamole looking good.

Mini golf and wackamole looking good.

Skeeball and darts at the ready.

Skeeball and darts at the ready.

The player/team bracket is filling up fast, too.  Ah, the bracket.  What’s a tournament without a bracket?  It’s like Hall without Oates, Siegfried without Roy, Beavis without Butthead, Jerry Rice without Joe Montana, the one Olsen twin without the other Olsen twin.  Have you had enough?  I did, back at Siegfried and Roy.

The Bracket - more than just lines and names and being an alternative to a car wash to raise money

The Bracket – more than just lines and names and being an alternative to a car wash to raise money

If you’ve ever participated in a tournament, either as a player, or as someone hoping to win an office poll, you may have not thought too much about how the bracket was prepared in the first place. It’s surprisingly a bit of work.  Adam learned that firsthand getting the Wreckless bracket together.  Luckily, what he already did know is that you can type “How to make a bracket” into an internet browser and all kinds of helpful information would drop into his lap.

Check out this site, Print Your Brackets.  According to these fine folks, you can make a bracket for pretty much anything, even cornhole, beer pong, and Wii.  Take it farther with an office poll or hosting your own tournament.   You could become known as “my buddy with the kick ass 4th of July barbecue” among your friends.  You’ll have that going for you.

PLAY can’t wait to see all of the arcade enthusiasts that have already entered the Wreckless tournament.  We’ll keep you updated on our progress.  In the meantime, get yourself into our bracket!  Don’t forget, it’s FREE!

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