How can make a Organizer

Do you have 50 posts and is older than 13.

Click Tournaments and click Become an Organizer, scroll down and click Take an Organizers Quiz.

You can't take it if you don't have 50 posts.
but don't found any Organizers Quiz.
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But why I don't post much that's a little dumb to have 50 post I really don't get it.

Do you know why you have to have 50 post Robbie Aoi
(Nov. 13, 2018  3:19 AM)Dark Eye Wrote: But why I don't post much that's a little dumb to have 50 post I really don't get it.

Do you know why you have to have 50 post Robbie Aoi

To show that you aren't some random person off the streets that knows nothing about Beyblade, probably. Also, you have to have a feel for the site so that you're comfortable with making a tournament on here.
(Nov. 13, 2018  3:19 AM)Dark Eye Wrote: But why I don't post much that's a little dumb to have 50 post I really don't get it.

Hi there, Dark Eye.

I don't have the answer, but if you're interested in becoming an organizer, I recommend you start your study of the Organizer's Guide and the rules of what formats you're interested in (Burst, MFB, etc.). Becoming an organizer requires you to do different kinds of work, such as collecting fees and filling out spreadsheets. This is a nice sum-up of the role.

Spend time asking questions and interacting with other folks here on the forum. Take some time getting used to how everything works. Between all that, you'll learn what's needed and get your 50 posts. And well, maybe that's why it's here after all.

As a friendly tip, you're responding to a thread and post from 2017. On forums, it is generally frowned upon to "bump" threads like this, but we all know it's an easy mistake for those not familiar with forums--and we all started as beginners.

Anyway, hope this helps, and feel free to reach out with any questions you may have.
Thanks Frostic Fox this helps a little bit but do you have to be 13?

Cause this is what Robbie Aoi said "Do you have 50 posts and is older than 13." witch it says nothing about being 13 unless an additional organizers.
Wow its been weeks and no one has posted.
In the Become an Organizer section it states that "Additionally, organizers must be at least 13 years of age"
(Nov. 19, 2018  11:51 PM)Dark Eye Wrote: Wow its been weeks and no one has posted.

Hi Dark Eye. I'm sorry for the delay, though I will point out that only today makes one week, so it hasn't been weeks. It's good to have a little patience.

Also as a tip, quoting or tagging someone helps to better notify them of responses. (Tagging will usually send people an email.) Just something you might find helpful for the future.

Anyway, I imagine there's an age limit of 13 due to the level of responsibility. Being a tournament organizer is a big responsibility. They have to deal with people's money, be able to properly fill out spreadsheets, and make sure things run properly. It's fair to pick some sort of age limit, and I'm guessing it was thought 13 was fair.

If you're not old enough, you can always try to find an older Beyblade fan who can officially host and you do your best to help out. I know that's not always easy, but worst-case scenario, you can just run unofficial tournaments in the meantime until you do. (Don't let the setup prevent you from playing Beyblade with others entirely!)
When will someone post on this it's been so long

Never mind

(Nov. 20, 2018  7:06 PM)Frostic Fox Wrote:
(Nov. 19, 2018  11:51 PM)Dark Eye Wrote: Wow its been weeks and no one has posted.

Hi Dark Eye. I'm sorry for the delay, though I will point out that only today makes one week, so it hasn't been weeks. It's good to have a little patience.

Also as a tip, quoting or tagging someone helps to better notify them of responses. (Tagging will usually send people an email.) Just something you might find helpful for the future.

Anyway, I imagine there's an age limit of 13 due to the level of responsibility. Being a tournament organizer is a big responsibility. They have to deal with people's money, be able to properly fill out spreadsheets, and make sure things run properly. It's fair to pick some sort of age limit, and I'm guessing it was thought 13 was fair.

If you're not old enough, you can always try to find an older Beyblade fan who can officially host and you do your best to help out. I know that's not always easy, but worst-case scenario, you can just run unofficial tournaments in the meantime until you do. (Don't let the setup prevent you from playing Beyblade with others entirely!)

Don't worry it I am great and I sad week but I think I pressed the s key on accident.

(Nov. 22, 2018  8:13 PM)Dark Eye Wrote: When will someone post on this it's been so long

Never mind

(Nov. 20, 2018  7:06 PM)Frostic Fox Wrote: Hi Dark Eye. I'm sorry for the delay, though I will point out that only today makes one week, so it hasn't been weeks. It's good to have a little patience.

Also as a tip, quoting or tagging someone helps to better notify them of responses. (Tagging will usually send people an email.) Just something you might find helpful for the future.

Anyway, I imagine there's an age limit of 13 due to the level of responsibility. Being a tournament organizer is a big responsibility. They have to deal with people's money, be able to properly fill out spreadsheets, and make sure things run properly. It's fair to pick some sort of age limit, and I'm guessing it was thought 13 was fair.

If you're not old enough, you can always try to find an older Beyblade fan who can officially host and you do your best to help out. I know that's not always easy, but worst-case scenario, you can just run unofficial tournaments in the meantime until you do. (Don't let the setup prevent you from playing Beyblade with others entirely!)

Don't worry it I am great and I said week but I think I pressed the s key on accident.

I didn't mean to do that my bad I will try and not do that again.
(Nov. 20, 2018  6:46 PM)ks123 Wrote: Why must Organizer be at least 13 years old?
So some random child doesn't try to host a tournament.
(Nov. 22, 2018  8:13 PM)Dark Eye Wrote: Don't worry it I am great and I sad week but I think I pressed the s key on accident.

(Nov. 22, 2018  8:13 PM)Dark Eye Wrote: I didn't mean to do that my bad I will try and not do that again.

No worries, live and learn. I still remember when I joined my first forum. Haha, the mistakes I made!

Anyway, I wish you all the best with sorting things out for tournaments!
(Nov. 25, 2018  3:26 AM)Frostic Fox Wrote:
(Nov. 22, 2018  8:13 PM)Dark Eye Wrote: Don't worry it I am great and I sad week but I think I pressed the s key on accident.

(Nov. 22, 2018  8:13 PM)Dark Eye Wrote: I didn't mean to do that my bad I will try and not do that again.

No worries, live and learn. I still remember when I joined my first forum. Haha, the mistakes I made!

Anyway, I wish you all the best with sorting things out for tournaments!
I will try the best I can.