|The logo competition for the 2021 4chan World Cup is now taking submissions.|
|The deadline is May 3rd, 23:59 UTC. Logos will be placed in this gallery like has been done previously to facilitate discussion. This will be followed by 2 weeks where you can modify/improve your existing submission if you desire. After this “improvement phase” there will be a one week voting period. Please send all submissions to Potatotron. You must supply a high-res PNG file (5000x5000 limit) and the original multi-layer source file.|
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The first invitational tournament held around Easter. The teams that competed in the tournament are /3/, /a/, /cgl/, /m/, /n/, /pol/, /sp/ and /tg/. /tg/ were the winners of the cup beating /a/ 2-0.
A series played between /co/ and /tg/ in honor of their amazing Winter Cup qualifying match. First series was played on December 2nd. Always played in an open-air stadium for some reason. /tg/ won the Cup 3 games 0.
Tournament created by /u/ manager Gracen Hallibaster that will feature the teams related to Japanese culture. The competitors are /a/, /jp/, /m/, /d/, /c/, /cm/, /cgl/ and /u/. Tournament was held on December 22. /u/ were were winners of the cup beating /cgl/ 3-1.
An unranked tournament created and run by /mlp/ manger Nor/mlp/erson. The cup competitors were chosen by the immense numbers of tripfaggotry located on their respective boards. The teams competeing were /sp/, /o/, /vg/, /mu/, /soc/, /mlp/, /vp/, and /k/. Date originally set for November 24 but was pushed back to November 25. Host ended up being Loli. /vg/ won the cup beating /mlp/ 2-0.
Impromptu invitational created by former /n/ manager (and manager of 16 other teams) Dragonfag !!FJeHLyDVDRa. Contestants were chosen on a first come, first serve basis, with newcomer teams /an/, /fa/, /int/, /po/, /tv/ and /x/ taking this advantage to participate. /o/ defeated /y/ 3-0 in the final, while /tv/ and /po/ duked it out on penalties until /tv/ won. /o/ went on to face Cup Bosses /toy/ (Who they lost to 3-0), /q/ (Who they defeated 1-0), and reddit (who they beat 5-0).
An invitational created by /trv/ manager MauledByTheTigers !!jawkONBJmdi that featured international boards. The competitors were /int/, /pol/, /n/ and /trv/. Tournament consisted of a Round-Robin Style Group Stage followed by a seeded knockout round. /n/ won the tournament beating /trv/ 3-2.
A friendly competition between /v/ and /vg/ hosted by Doogie_ !!x+r9Qm5rK7O. The inaugural ISS 64chan Cup was held on February 14th as a best of 3 series, featuring /v/ and /vg/. /vg/ won the series 2 to 1 in a stunning 12-6 victory in the deciding third game.
An invitational set up by /soc/ manager Sexcopter !!DmLjci16Djv that will feature the finalist from the 2012 Spring Babby Cup to the 2013 Winter Cup. The teams will be set to match their appearance in their respective Cup. The Winter Cup /toy/ Squad won the tournament, defeating Spring Babby Cup /3/ 3-0.
A terrible no-good invitational being operated by Tottori to settle on the field who gets their PES model requests made. /tg/ won the tournament, beating /u/ 3-1.
An invitational set up by /g/ manager UselessNepgear !!fHl/yYFVg52. Teams participating have a tie to war in some way. /int/ won the tournament, beating /trv/ 3-1.
An invitational set up by /jp/ manager Doogie_ !!x+r9Qm5rK7O. In order to compete each team has to have a horror themed roster, anthem and goalhorn. /c/ won the tournament, beating /m/ 4-1.
An invitational League set up by Nor/mlp/erson !!NOg6D3P25U that features teams created by the various general threads on /vg/. /dsg/ won the tournament, beating /acg/ 3-2.
A bowl that features the teams related to Japanese culture. The Weeabowl should be held on Dec 21-22, With Gracen and Boris splitting up the work load. Teams are /a/, /c/, /cm/, /d/, /jp/, /m/, /u/, and /y/ . It will be the first un/offical stream of PES14 game-play. /h/ won the tournament, beating /jp/ 2-1.
Wherein teams compete for fabulous Blender prizes and stuff, again. /tg/ won the tournament (again), beating /v/ 4-1.
Warning: Heavy circlejerking. Just stay far away from this.
The Second installment of the /vg/ League featuring new additions. /dng/ won the tournament, beating /pdg/ 4-1 on Penalties.
A tournament held by SUPERtwinky where various 4cc teams (plus the LA Raiders) played towards the Superb Owl in Tecmo Bowl. /vp/ won the Owl, beating /mu/ 42-24.
A tournament held by carmastrikes. Held on the 28th and the 29th of November. [s4s] won the tournament after beating /b/ 4-2 in the final match.
A tournament that is totally-not-this-year's-Weeabowl. This single elimination tournament featured 12 teams related to Japanese culture - /a/, /c/, /d/, /e/, /i/, /jp/, /h/, /m/, /u/, /vp/, /w/ and /y/. It was held on 19th and 20th of December by Sleep Deprived Anon, with /h/ winning the final after beating /m/ 2-1.
A 10-man tournament hosted by Ordinate and Pybro featuring mostly technology related teams (and /a/). Ended with /trv/ taking a 2-0 final win over /biz/.
A 8-team cup hosted by /mlp/ featuring selected teams played in PES 15. Happened on the weekend of January 10 and 11 with /mlp/ beating /biz/ in the final 3-2 by scoring in the 110th minute of extra time.
A tournament with fake teams being hosted in Tecmo Super Bowl, happening on January 24-25, 2015.
The 2015 Winter Loser Ball is an unofficial invitational for the best 8 loser teams from the group stages of the 2015 4chan Winter Cup. A chance for them to show us that they can do better, or to prove that they are truly scrubs. Hosted by ThunderFlamenco.
Boards compete in pairs, with joint teams consisting of members from both teams, and 1 combined gold player(For example a /k/-/asp/ team could have Sergeant Slaughter) in a GSSSS format with both teams gold players as the silver players. Date set for March 20-22 2015.
Because it wasn't bad enough the first time, carmastrikes !!SlaOZ6azSy+ decided we all need to relive the pain that was the 2014 4chan Summer Cup, except this time in the goalfest that is PES15. The main goal is to test changes similar to the ruleset that was used last Summer, in an attempt to force teams to rely more on defense instead of goalkeeping, because it is in the host of this cup's opinion that not only are there too many goals in 15, but too many saves. /w/WINSLOL
The second edition of the FLGS Cup hosted by somebody (possibly Boris) between /co/ and /tg/ that includes /m/ and /toy/. Took place July 25-26. /co/ won something before immediately going to deep shit.
A 60-team single-elimination tournament featuring every 4CC team, with the top four ranked teams after Summer getting byes to the second round. /s/WINSLOL (please kill us)
A 6 team group stage and knockout tourny featuring small mino teams based of real life small mino teams. The tourny was to help fans during the dead season and to decide which teams would be used for the next unofficial friendlies. Taken place on 10-12 September, San Marino won it all, beating Liechtenstein 3-2.
An invitational featuring the vidya boards (/v/, /vg/, /vp/, /vr/) playing for a totally legit You're Winner! trophy and bragging rights until the next cups come. Occurred September 26 and September 27th, hosted by Captain Planet. /vp/ took the final in a penalty shootout over /vr/.
A 60-team single elimation tournament where the losers of each match advance to the next round rather than the winner. Full of memes and terribleness, it began the weekend following the 2015 4chan Autumn Babby Cup.
The fifth /vg/ League. /vr/WINSLOL as they redeemed their shameful loss in the Vidya Bowl.
A tournament that is totally-not-this-year's-Weeabowl for the second time in a row. This single elimination tournament features 18 teams related to Japanese culture It was held on the 26th and 28th of December by Sleep Deprived Anon. /d/ won the tournament, beating /a/ in the finals 2-1.