When you play on a team, the individual match wins count toward advancing in individual competition if the match qualifies as an official match. That means you are in the same class, haven’t played each other previously within the last 12 months and have a witness. The winner must follow up by reporting the match on this website.
Secondary schools, colleges, cities, counties and states can form teams of six players to play other teams in ongoing annual matches.
Adults who are not students can form city, county and state teams to compete with other teams from similar divisions. Thus, a Nashville team could be formed to play against Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Lexington and Louisville teams.
The fastest way to advance in class competition is by competing in tournaments where two or more teams play each other.
Tournaments between local and state teams may also be organized in each county. Organize a club to represent your school in competition with other schools in your area. It’s the fastest way to advance in class competition and to experience the competition that will build your self-confidence and promote your school’s spirit.
Every rivalry is more exciting when you're part of a team. Forming a team of six or twelve players is a way to take competition to a new level that is more challenging and more satisfying.