Postseason Play

The Basics

Seeding

This is decided by a team’s cumulative points during the regular season. If two or more teams have the same amount of points, the following is the order by which seeding is determined:

  1. Winning percentage
  2. Most matches won
  3. Head-to-head results in matchups between the teams involved
  4. Most group rounds won throughout the season
  5. Most group rounds won between the teams involved
  6. Most Vocal Virtuoso wins
  7. Most Vocal Virtuoso wins between the teams involved

(Note: In a tie of three-or-more teams, if two teams remain tied after third or other teams are eliminated during any step, tie breaker reverts to step 1 with the remaining teams).

  1. Drawing of lots

Semifinals

Seed 1 vs. Seed 6

Seed 2 vs. Seed 5

Seed 3 vs. Seed 4

Each match consists of two (2) rounds of limited group competition and one (1) round of group competition. The winner of the audience vote for each round receives two (2) points. The winner of the judges’ votes for each round receives two (2) points. The maximum amount of points available per round is four (4), making the maximum amount of points available per match twelve (12).

  • Seed 1 and 2 carry an advantage from the regular season. Their opponents, Seed 6 and 5 respectively, must win 10 out of 12 possible points in order to advance.
  • Seed 3 and 4 are in a regular matchup. The team with the most points wins. In the event of a tied match, the team with the most points from the judges wins.

The winners from each matchup will be placed into The Championship Group, while the remaining teams are placed into The Legacy Group.

Finals

The Championship Group consists of the semifinal winners. They compete for the title of Season Champion. The Legacy Group consists of the remaining teams. They compete for discounted registrations for the following season of CLK.

The Championship Group: Seed 1/6 Winner vs Seed 2/5 Winner vs Seed 3/4 Winner

The Legacy Group: Seed 1/6 Loser vs Seed 2/5 Loser vs Seed 3/4 Loser

Each match consists of 2 rounds of limited group competition and 1 round of group competition. Each match will be rated 1, 2, or 3 by the audience and judges; with 1 being the highest. Votes will be tallied then points are assigned by the most amount of ratings teams receive.

  • First, from audience, gets six (6) points.
  • First, from judges, gets 6 points.
  • Second, from audience, gets four (4) points.
  • Second, from judges, gets 4 points.
  • Third, from audience, gets two (2) points.
  • Third, from judges gets 2 points.

The maximum amount of points available per round is twelve (12), making the maximum amount of points available per match thirty-six (36). The champion (1st), second (2nd), and third (3rd) place will be determined  by which team has the most points from The Championship Group. The champion being the team with the most points. In the event of a tie, the team with the most points from the judges wins. Fourth (4th), fifth (5th), and sixth (6th) place will be determined by which team has the most points from The Legacy Group.

Prizes

  • 1st Place – Medals, food catering, $50 gift card to Amazon, $50 gift card to Michael’s
  • 2nd  Place – Medals, $50 gift card to Amazon
  • 3rd  Place – 30% off registration for next season (non-transferrable)
  • 4th Place – 20% off registration for next season (non-transferrable)