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Do you run Horus Heresy, Warhammer 40,000 or Warhammer Age of Sigmar events?

Stefan Ashwell 3 weeks ago Comments 2 mins read

Over the last 6 years, Tiebreak has become a solid and reliable event organisation platform for thousands of events. As we move closer towards 2019 and the release of Tiebreak 2.0, I’m looking to implement formats for game systems Tiebreak previously hasn’t fully supported.

I recently appeared on the Phosphex Party podcast (a podcast covering the Horus Heresy game by some good friends of mine) and we spoke about Tiebreak and some of my plans for the future.

Part of this future is to continue to improve the Tiebreak service (I’ve written a number of posts recently about the upcoming improvements in 2.0, and there’s a lot more coming too). Support for more game systems is one of the main drives with these new updates.

If you organise events for┬áHorus Heresy, Warhammer 40,000 and/or Warhammer Age of Sigmar and you are willing to field test the updates at any events you may have coming up I’d like to hear from you!

What is Tiebreak?

If you’re new to Tiebreak, it is an event organisation platform that gives you all the tools you need to run your event. By creating an event you get an event mini-site where your attendees (and indeed other fans) can keep up to date with your event.

You also get access to a TO control panel so you can manage your attendees, generate rounds, input results, communicate with your attendees and much more.

Event progress is posted live on your mini-site and attendees can see immediately how they are doing and where they need to be each round.

Finally, Tiebreak is free to use to run events and always will be, this project is my hobby and as a long time event organiser myself I know how much a system like this benefits the community as a whole.

I’m on board – what’s next?

As mentioned previously – drop me a message about your events and let’s chat!

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