To help you navigate how each double-elimination bracket works we have broken down each one for better understanding.
10 Team Double Elimination Bracket
- Team 1 and Team 2 play against one another in game one.
- Team 3 and Team 4 play against one another in game two.
- Team 5 and Team 6 play against one another in game three.
- Team 7 and Team 8 play against one another in game four.
- Game five is played between Team 9 and the winner of game one.
- Game six is played between Team 10 and the winner of game two.
- At this point, the losers’ bracket will begin filling in. For game seven, we see the losers from games two and three play one another.
- Game eight consists of the losers from games one and four playing one another.
- Game nine is a battle between the winner of game seven and the loser of game five.
- Game ten is played between the winner of game eight and the loser of game six.
- Game eleven is played between the winners of games three and five.
- Game twelve is played between the winners of games four and six.
- In game thirteen, the winner of game ten plays the loser of game eleven.
- In game fourteen, the winner of game nine will play the loser of game twelve.
- Game fifteen is played between the two remaining teams in the winner’s bracket. These two teams are currently undefeated, and the winner of the game will move onto the championship.
- The winners from games thirteen and fourteen will play each other in game sixteen.
- Game seventeen will decide the second team to move onto the championship game. In game seventeen, the winner from game sixteen will play the loser from game fifteen.
- The championship round is then played between the currently undefeated team and the winner of game seventeen. If the loser of this game has just been handed their first loss, then a second game is played between the two teams, and the winner is crowned the champion of the double-elimination bracket.