We're now clearly stating who we are and what we are doing with your personal data and what you can do. Basically nothing changed as we did what we could (in our limited time) to protect your data.
We'd like to emphasize that we're don't rely on any popular third party plugins from Google, Facebook, Twitter and so forth. We just dropped some features (like Google Ads) to comply to that rule. We're only keeping Google Maps and Open Street Map for our tournament maps as we cannot drop those by hand. Any analysis is done by our own tools on our own server (located in Germany). Feel free to check our policies to learn more about the details.
Be aware that those documents are only available in German yet as we're a German company and that's our mother and legal language. We're working on an English translation for our international visitors as soon as we're happy with everything. We'll keep you updated when they are available. Until then an online translator of your choice should work for the basic understandings.
We'll try to improve T³ itself in the future, but keep in mind that most of our system was built over 10 years ago. That are aeons in IT terms. It's like digging for dinosaurs.
We here at T³ always treat privacy with a high concern. Your data is and will always be yours. We'll never give it to 3rd parties neiter for free nor for payment. It's only used to allow a proper and legally secured running of tournaments and to give you the best experience on our site currently possible.
We've always been quite strict regarding the usage of real vs fake names. We won't change our basic approach on this, but lots of users and tournament visitors get in touch with us as they can find their names on Google or other search engines. We understand your concerns. Therefore applied some changes over the last days that names aren't world public anymore in our lists. Only registered users can see the full names like before respectively what each user's settings tell.
So Google and the world can only see your firstname and nickname, if you've got an account, or your firstname and the first letter of your family name, if you sign up for an event. You can try this yourself by logging out of your account (only if you still know your password ;-) or using a private tab.
There were a lot of medals at the PyeongChang Olympic Plaza 2018. To add some more medals to the world, we just send out our T³ Awards 2017 to the best tournaments of the last year. Our congrats go to all the organizers and to those who missed a medal by some tiny numbers. Your events have been great, too!
On adding the new Grymkin faction to Warmachine/Hordes we accidently made it the only choice for tournament registrations. We just fixed this and removed the differentiation between Warmachine and Hordes altogether.
Please contact the event's organizer, if you've signed up for a tournament with the Grymkin, but want to play a different faction.
After some months of testing T³ is now enforcing all connections to go through secured https. Your browser should indicate this by showing a green and/or lock icon somewhere near the page's address. This way all your personal data, your logins and passwords are protected. We're enforcing modern standards which get us an A+ rating at SSL Labs. The downside is that some antique software cannot visit us anymore. You shouldn't use those anyway. Please report any issues you may encounter.
All unsecure http requests will automatically be redirected to https.
See the link here to consult the rulespack http://www.tabletoptournaments.net/t3_tournament_rules.php?type=0&tid=10718
Expect no major surprise in the rulespack for those familiar to ETC rules.
Please make sure to closely comply with the registration instructions.
In short : - contact us for payment if you have not already (see contact details within the rulespack) - list submission is set to July 28, failure to comply will leave your registration incomplete and threaten your rankings