Congratulations to the 256 players who are advancing to IATC Round 2 in Toronto, Canada!
Here is a link to the complete list of IATC Round 1 competitors, including whether they are advancing to IATC Round 2.
If you are among the 256 players advancing, look out for an email tomorrow from the IATF with instructions on registration and other important information. Players that decline to compete in June will have their spot offered to the Round 1 competitor with the next best score from the same IATF member organization.
If you weren’t among the advancing players, we’d still love to see you at IATC 2022. ‘The Close but No Cigar’ tournament tickets are on sale now!
There are still spots available in the ‘Doubles’, Skills CAN vs USA and ‘Under 65’ tournaments.
Come out to Homecoming and cheer on the IATC Finals and the CAN vs USA Finals on Sunday June 12, followed by the Axe Throwing Awards ceremony and the party of the year!
Tickets for all these events are available on Eventbrite:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What if one of the 256 advancing players decides not to compete?
A: Players that decline to compete in June will have their spot offered to the Round 1 competitor with the next best score from the same IATF member organization.
Q: Does my IATC Round 2 registration fee include Homecoming admission?
A: Yes, it does.
Q: When will we know the seeding for the Round 2 bracket?
A: The seeding for the Round 2 bracket is based on the players’ performance in Round 1. Once we have all 256 spots filled, we will seed the players and announce it. The announcement is expected Monday May 16.
Q: I’m advancing to Round 2, when will I know which of the four venues I will be starting at for Round 2 on Saturday June 11?
A: When the seeding announcement goes out Monday May 16, it will include the starting venues for the players.