(1) Ranking Adjustments:
The following are examples of scenarios that can lead to a ranking adjustment. If a player:
1. is in multiple leagues, they can only represent themselves once in the NATC tournament and may not be ranked in multiple qualifying positions. The player will be selected to represent the league in which they have the highest amount of Champions Points and if they ranked in the top four in their second league, their spot will be given to the next eligible player in that league as they will already have qualified in their number one league;
2. is ranked in the top 4 of a league and are unable to attend Round 1 of the NATC tournament, that player is taken out of the top 4 ranking for their respective league;
3. has won a regional tournament, that player is taken out of the top 4 ranking for their respective league as they have already qualified through that regional qualifier and can only qualify once.
In all of these scenarios, this will bump the next seeded player into the top 4 of their respective league and into Round 1 of the NATC Tournament.
(2) Qualifying after Round 1:
All participating member organizations will send through a percentage of competitors equal to the percentage of leagues they represent within the NATF.