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Varsity Cup
South Africa's top rugby-playing universities go head-to-head in the 2015 Varsity Cup

Scoring System

The SuperBru scoring system aims to reward different aspects of prediction with different types of points. You'll see these represented all around the site as WP (Win Point), MP (Margin Point), BP (Bonus Point) and, in some tournaments, GSP (Grand Slam Point) and CP (Challenge Point).
Win Point (WP)
The meat and bread of SuperBru. You'll score a Win Point if you correctly predict the outcome of a game (win/loss/draw), irrespective of margin.
Margin Point (MP)
The Margin Point rewards accuracy in margin: if your margin prediction is within 5 point(s) of the actual score margin, you'll pick up a MP worth 0.5 pts.
Bonus Point (BP)
The Bonus Point rewards the closest pick(s) in a given pool. It applies inside each pool only and does not count globally. This means whilst you could score the BP in one pool, you might not in another where someone else has made a better pick than you.
Grand Slam Point (GSP)
The Grand Slam Point rewards getting all the winners in a given round of the tournament correct. It does not necessarily apply to all rounds.
Extra time and drop goal shootouts
In some rugby tournaments, knockout games that are tied at 80 minutes will go to extra time and possibly a drop goal shootout. In SuperBru you must pick the result for the end of play, including any extra time. If the game goes to drop goal shootouts, it will be recorded in SuperBru as a draw. If it is decided in extra time, the winner and margin will be that of the final extra time score.

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