I know that 2022 NACS will include the sanctioning fees from 2020/2021 events; but what about Super States? Will the event and unique player totals for qualification include 2020-2021, or just 2022 numbers?
Only 2022 events count in the standings, so Super State status will be based solely on the metrics from the 2022 season.
Thanks - there was some confusion since the Stats page for states is sometimes showing 24 players even if the state has not yet reached superstate status for 2022, for instance MD: International Flipper Pinball Association
Sounds like this page is inaccurate?
Confirming with @Shep but I believe that’s a bug that will soon be fixed
Just FYI the bug was that the stats page was counting “total players” and not “unique players” in triggering Super States status. This has been fixed.
Remind me, super states need 400 unique players and 100 tournaments correct? And top 8 get a bye in those states since it’s 24 players for scs?