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About

The Leaderboard

Tournament Organisers submit the results of events that they run to the site and these results feed into the Leaderboard. This tracks player progress and ranks them based on their achievements throughout the year.

Each November marks the end of the current season and the start of the next. After the conclusion of each season, various end of year awards are given to players and the top 16 players for the season are invited to the UK Masters Event.

Leaderboards are also available for each Faction in the Kings of War game.

Ranked Events

In order to be counted towards player rankings, events must meet various criterea. Events which don't meet these criterea can still be listed on the site and still have their results recorded, however any attending players will not score any points for the leaderboard.

The requirements for an event to be ranked are:

  • the event must be a singles event
  • it must have at least 3 rounds and 10 players
  • fanmade army lists are not legal (event specific monsters, heroes etc are fine)
  • the event must be open to all* and not be invitational

* with the exception of any specifically banned players (note: we are unaware of any players being banned from UK events so far).

Ranking Calculations

Click here for a full explanation of the ranking calculations.

Masters Committee

The Masters Committee is a group of volunteers who maintain this website and organise the end of year UK Masters event. There are five members on the commitee:

  • Nick Williams covering northern England
  • Jon Faulkes covering the Midlands
  • Gofur Hunter covering Scotland
  • Matt Dewsnapp covering southern England
  • Mark Cunningham covering London

While each individual has a rough region to cover, all members will assist with any and all queries.

Our Role

The Masters Committee is responsible for:

  • managing and maintaining the KoWMasters website
  • setting requirements for ranked events
  • organising and running the UK Masters event
  • assistance and advice to event organisers
  • promotion of events via the committees Facebook and Twitter social media

Comp Packs and other in-event rules

The Masters Committee will never issue nor recommend any sort of comp packs for use within tournaments. Balancing suggestions and decisions are left strictly to Mantic's Rules Committee and the discretion of individual tournament organisers.

Masters Event

At the end of each season, the top 16 players, alongside the previous UK National Champion, are invited to the UK Masters tournament held around February each year. In the event that two or more of those invited is unable to attend or declines the invitational, the 17th top rated player is invited, then the 18th and so on until 16 spots are filled.

The winner of this event is crowned the UK National Champion for that season.