Here are the LVO 2015 Final standings with ranking and all active players from round 1! Click here to view the standings.
So a big congratz to Sean Nayden, the winner, and to everyone else that participated ot make the LVO 2015 40k Championships a huge success.
Again, just a recap to help folks read the scores. Rank is your placement among your peers, and you can tie for a rank as often happens. Your total score is a combination of your W/L/D, with a win=1,000pts, a Tie=500pts, and a loss=0pts. We add this to your accumulated in-game points of 1-10 for your total score. At the LVO, a perfect score would have been 9090. We do this so that in-game points can never outstrip your W/L/D record in total points as can happen in straight BP tournaments.
ITC rankings will be updated today!