After an aborted attempt at 4CC/hoc/ using NHL94, an effort using actual aestetics, fights, and 3D gameplay from NHL04 was played on the weekend of January 1st. /jp/ won.
The second Tag Team Cup. /wu/WINSLOL
32 fake teams that otherwise would rot on hastily-made wiki pages play against each other. Also something about testing PES or something. /kanker/WINSLOL
>lark returns for another fookin' massive elimination tourney with /his/ and /p/ joining the "competition". /d/ defeated four previous Cup winners and one Cup runner-up on their route to win the tournament.
Real and fictional nations alike compete together in 4chan's equivalent to the World Cup. /csa/ won.
Dtroit's back with more Fakkin Boolsheet. Gauntlet 2, El Generalico Classico, Dead Team Memorial, an entire tournament and more! Fun for the whole family!
A small tournament on PES 17, giving a brief glimpse of what is likely the platform for Winter 2017 (no source for this). Hosted by SDA. /soc/ won.
An invitational designed to give inexperienced managers and commentators an opportunity to get comfortable in a low-stress, low-bully environment. Won by /eeee/.
The second edition of the Vidya Bowl hosted by Kekkels, with all four now-ELITE vidya teams competing for another very legitimate You're Winner! trophy and some bragging rights. Was played on March 11th-12th. /v/ won the final 1-0 over /vg/.
The third Tag Team Cup event, following Tag Team Cup 2. Was hosted March 18-19 and 25-26 by Kekkels and QD. As with the previous two Tag Team Cups, each team was made up of two boards, and used the GSSSS format. /vrm/ won the final 3-1 over /hpo/.
Tournament open to various existing generals on /sp/, in the vein of the /vg/ League, created to fill in the void left by /sp/ not having to compete in the Spring Babby Cup for that year. Hosted by TWAIN on April 16-17. /afl/ won the final over /trans/, 2-0.
An invitational designed to give new managers some experience, hosted by /r9k/ and streamed by AlternativeRoo, with 12 teams. Was played on March 31th and April 1st-2nd. /hanny/ won the final 2-1 over /fgog/.
The third edition of Dtroit's football festival of PES follies - and the first in the card-friendly PES 17 - with the Chump Onions Leek, Gauntlet 3, and many more ideas you can only find in Fakkin Boolsheet!
An invitational hosted by /pol/ and streamed by DrBorisG that features teams that represent the generals on /pol/. The tournament took place on July 8th-9th. /ptg/ won the final 1-0 over /mlpol/. REDDITWINSLOL
Which 4chan board is the best at rigging PES so they can lose? The Golden Spoon Cup intends to answer this question. /pol/ lost the final 13-1 against /gd/ to sweep this tournament with a perfect record.
12-team tournament based around the board of /vp/, with teams representing generals on this board or other /vp/-related teams. /poclo/ secured a perfect record in this tournament with a 3-2 win over /genwun/ in the final.
Eight-team, minimally-managed tournament created to test out a weekly league format with new height rules and other PES rules. Teams are created to mimic real-life NHL teams, with the exception of one team representing college hockey in general. Planned to start in mid-September, break during the Autumn Babby Cup, and conclude in early December. Finally ended just before Christmas, in which /stors/ beat /rags/ in the most >rags way possible.
This single elimination tournament hosted by SDA features 12 teams related to Japanese culture - /a/, /c/, /cm/, /d/, /e/, /i/, /jp/, /h/, /m/, /u/, /vp/, /w/ and /y/. /h/ would go on to beat /u/ 2-1 in the final. The tournament took a whole year to finish due to the passing of SDA's pet doggo.
An invitational hosted by /pol/ that was streamed by DrBorisG that features teams that represent the generals on /pol/. The second iteration took place on January 5th-7th, and culminated with /sg/ winning the final over /ancap/, 2-1.
Four teams competed in this small invitational tournament in which the managers actually >played PES, via a special PC gaming streaming service that allows co-op game play from the cloud. Hosted by MarcoZ via the comfy stream. /toy/ won the final over /u/, 6-2.
Fourth edition of the popular Tag Team Cup series, with newly-created teams consisting of two boards each and running in GSSBBB format matching up against each other to be the best pair in the deck. Took place on March 17-18, 23-25. /reddit/ won the final over /fn/, 2-1.
T20 rules cricket played on Ashes Cricket between 8 randomly selected teams that were ranked in the top 16 at the time of selection (prior to the 2018 Spring Babby Cup). A double elimination tournament that resulted in /k/ taking home the trophy after climbing all the way to the finals after going down to the losers bracket in the first round.
THE BOOLSHEET IS BACK, YA JABRONIES!!!!!! DrDtroit once again plays host to many of your favorite Fakkin Boolsheet events - such as the Gauntlet, and the Lankyb Owl - plus there are many more fun surprises to be had in this fabulous football follies festival, coming at you this spring/summer!
The highly-popular biannual tournament open to existing generals on /vg/ celebrates its 10th edition in spectacular fashion - with a 48-team GIGAVGL, the largest ever VGL tournament! Took place just after the 2018 4chan Spring Babby Cup, and concluded with VGL newcomer /vrg/ winning 4-1 over /fgg/ in the final.
Second attempt at running a tournament contested by the winners (and some runners-up) of the previous year's cups, /vg/ Leagues, and other tournaments. Unlike the first attempt, this tournament will NOT be spread throughout a period of roughly 9 months. /5N@F/ won over /ghost/, 4-3.
Teams play games and score points in order to have a shot at winning this sport-themed tournament. Other than that, there's not much else to say about this competition. /snes/ tried way too hard throughout this tournament, defeated /mogra/, 4-3, in the final match to complete a perfect run, and is now permanently banned from competing in future editions of this tournament.
Third edition of the /pol/-hosted invitational open to all generals on that board. Took place after the 2018 4chan Summer Cup from the 21st to 23rd of September. It ended with /mlpol/ winning against /balk/ on penalties after a 3-3 match.
Third edition of the Multinational Bowl series open to all teams representing real, fictional, and historical nations, with added Russian flair as this year's tournament took place just a couple months after the World Cup. It took place on August 24-26 and 31 and on September 1-2. /pak/ won in the final against /ussr/, 2-0.
The second iteration of an invitational based around the board of /vp/, with teams consisting of either /vp/ generals or /vp/ related teams. It was hosted on August 25-26 and September 1-2. /genwun/ won against /kanto/ on penalties after a 1-1 match.
Just a random invitational to share the wonderful spirits of divegrass and Christmas with your fellow anons and riggers.
The Small Team Shitshow is an invitational hosted by Old Man Sou !!VxWspnN285O played in PES 16 using a special AI pack made by MarcoZ !!ycrzIG/Qkev.
The Big Team Brawl is an upcoming invitational hosted by Andy featuring the largest markets possible in the 4chan Cup.
The VGL Luigi Circuit is a
highly prestigous /vg/ League eight team double elimination cup focused on giving the invited team a chance to compete on a stage more appropriate for their abilities. Or more importantly have some fun in a pressure-less environment and hopefully even win some matches.
The MobaBowl is a /vg/ League team focused invitational that invites Mobage focused generals to participate in a 16 team double elimination tournament to find out who is the King of Mobage.
Girls’ Frontleague is what happens when the brainlets in charge of /gfg/ divegrass smoke a bunch of crack and decide that it would be >fun to host their very own 8 team invitational made entirely of Girls' Frontline and /gfg/-related teams.
Fifth iteration of the little inter-/co/ tournament hosted by DrBorisG !!uWmnP2zIyZF.
The Australian Shitposting Bowl (also known as Straya Shitpostingb Owl) is another installment of Garbage Day Festivities following the 2019 4chan Spring Babby Cup group stage, streamed by Old Man Sou !!VxWspnN285O on >Twitch the day before the 2019 4chan Spring Babby Cup final weekend.
/vg/ League 12 will be the twelfth iteration of the /vg/ general themed PES competition and the fifth competition on PES 2017.
I think this was Fakkin Boolsheet Series IV but I don't know
The 8 Years of Rigging is a test tournament to celebrate the 8 year anniversary of the 4chan Cup, it will act as a replay of the entire tournament on the same version of PES, same squads, same format.
Invitational hosted by /vr/
The /vp/ Bowl was an invitational based around the board of /vp/, with teams consisting of either /vp/ generals or /vp/ related teams.
The 4chan Cup vs UEFA Champions League or 4CC vs UCL for short was an invitational to pit real life football clubs and 4chan boards against eachother to determine which form of football is the best, memeball or divegrass?
The /tv/ League was the first PES tournament hosted by /tv/. Teams representing /tv/ generals, as well as popular films, shows, and sitcoms will compete to become the first /tv/ League champion.
This tournament exists to have fun. Don't take it seriously, yadda yadda.
WORLD LEAGUE: Multinational Bowl 4 was the 4th edition of the Multinational Bowl series (4CC's equivalent of the World Cup), scheduled to take place after the 2019 4chan Summer Cup. The tournament is open to all /int/ generals, other real nations, fictional, and historical nations.
The Garbage Day: Golden Spoon Edition was another installment of Garbage Day Festivities following the 2019 4chan Autumn Babby Cup group stage, streamed by Old Man Sou !!VxWspnN285O
the day before the 2019 4chan Autumn Babby Cup knockout stage the Saturday after the conclusion of the 2019 4chan Autumn Babby Cup. Contestants were the eight worst teams that have been relegated from the groups of the 2019 4chan Autumn Babby Cup and the teams that gotten aborted in the 2019 4chan Autumn Babby Cup Qualifiers.
/vg/ League 13 is the 13th iteration of the /vg/ general themed PES competition. It's going back in time and is being played on PES 2016.
The Friendship Association Games 5 was the fifth iteration of unofficial /mlp/ tournament. The tournament was played on the weekend of December 14-15, alongside the /mlp/ medal poll for 2020 4chan Winter Cup.
The Kurisumasu Cup IV was the sixth 4chan Cup Christmas special. In this 12-team direct knockout invitational, teams with connections to Japan and Japanese culture will face off. Sleep Deprived Anon Hosted and stream the cup.
Hosted by Gio