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How to Host a Cornhole Game Tournament

A cornhole game tournament is a great idea if you are having a backyard BBQ, tailgating party, or even having a fundraiser for a charity event. A cornhole tournament can be played anywhere there is flat surface, like at a park, a backyard, or even a parking lot. A cornhole tournament can be played by people of all ages and requires no special skills, so it can be played by young children as well.

Here are some guidelines to consider when thinking about hosting your own cornhole game tournament:

* Announce the Cornhole Tournament in the Invitation

If it important that guests know that there will be a cornhole tournament at the event so that they can prepare and also RSVP to let the you or the host know that they are interested in participating in the tournament.

* Decide if there it will be Singles or Doubles Tournament

Cornhole is a game that can be played one on one or in teams of two. Decide ahead of time whether you will be hosting a singles or double tournament. And it is also important that you let prospective participants know if the host will be choosing the teams (if playing doubles) or if the teams need to be signed up together.

* Gather Necessary Equipment

It is important to know how many participants will be playing the tournament so that you know how many cornhole sets to gather. Cornhole sets can be collected from friends and family members or can be purchased online.

* Decide on Cornhole Game Rules

Every area plays cornhole a little different. When hosting a tournament, you should be sure to figure out what the ground rules will be for the players before the tournament so that there is no confusion. There are official rules that can be found online and forwarded to registered participants before the tournament. And the rules can be established by the host before the tournament even begins so that every player is on the same page and so there are no questions.

* Registration Fee?

If you predict that the cornhole tournament will become quite large, then you or the host may consider a nominal registration fee. If you are hosting the cornhole tournament for a fundraiser or other charity event, then it is expected that there be a registration fee. The fee can be used to purchase cornhole sets, to help purchase a prize for the winning individual or team, or given to the charity. If you are choosing to require a registration fee, then you should certainly let prospective participants know in advance or on the invitation so that they are not caught off-guard.

* Get the Prizes Ready

A cornhole tournament is not complete without prizes. A prize can be something silly if you are hosting a tournament for family and friends. It can also be a percentage of the registration fee because having a cash prize is always fun. Also, before starting the tournament, on the tournament announcement you or the host should let the participants know what the prize will be and if there are prizes just for first place, or for first, second, and third place teams.

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