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2017 4chan Summer Cup

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2017 4chan Summer Cup
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Tournament details
Host board Fit icon.png /fit/
Dates TBD
Teams 32
Final positions
Champion TBD icon.png TBD
Runner-up TBD icon.png TBD
Third TBD icon.png TBD
Fourth TBD icon.png TBD
Tournament statistics
Matches 0
Goals scored 0 (0 per match)
Top scorer(s) N/A
Top assister(s) N/A
Golden Glove N/A
Best player N/A
Yellow cards 0 (0 per match)
Red cards 0 (0 per match)

2017 4chan Spring Babby Cup
2017 4chan Summer Cup
2017 4chan Autumn Babby Cup

The 2017 4chan Summer Cup will be the twenty-fourth official 4chan Cup tournament and the seventh iteration of the Summer Cup series. It will be played on dates yet to be confirmed in Summer 2017. The tournament will feature a mixture of teams that qualify from the 2017 4chan Spring Babby Cup, as well as the teams that managed to qualify for the knockout stage of the 2017 4chan Winter Cup.

/fit/ will host this tournament by virtue of their victory in the 2017 4chan Winter Cup.

Competitors

Thirty-two teams will compete at this tournament; sixteen of the teams qualified by means of advancing to the knockout stage of the 2017 4chan Winter Cup, and sixteen will qualify by means of advancing from the 2017 4chan Spring Babby Cup.

This cup will be the debut Summer Cup and debut Elite Cup of /his/.

The following teams have qualified by advancing from the 2017 4chan Winter Cup:


The following teams have qualified by promoting from the 2017 4chan Spring Babby Cup:

Pots

Teams are placed in four different pots based on seeding. Seeding is determined by:

  1. The finishing position of the top 16 teams from the 2017 4chan Winter Cup in that tournament.
  2. The finishing position of the top 16 teams from the 2017 4chan Spring Babby Cup in that tournament.

All of the highest-seeded competitors (the top eight finishers from Winter) are placed in Pot 1; the next-highest in Pot 2, and so on until all four pots contain eight teams.

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
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