The 0.16 tournament is over. For 16 days, players could compete for tournament points and banners by playing 0.16 games on the public servers.

The winning player was DrKe, with 5915 points. DrKe won 19 games during the tournament, including an 8-game streak and the second-fastest win by turncount. In second place was Zooty, with 5694 points and 18 wins, including the longest streak (13 games, tied with WalkerBoh). In third place was Yermak, with 5398 points and 23 wins. Yermak was the only player to receive all 22 Tier III banners during the tournament (though teammate Zooty stole the Saint III banner in the end).

The fastest wins in the tournament were achieved by damdam (turncount, 13705 turns with a DDFi of Jiyva) and simm (realtime, 48m 10s with a MiBe). Tabstorm had the highest score, 56M points with a DDBe. joy1999 had the lowest level win, an XL 14 FeEn of Ru that sacrificed two experience levels to Ru and also died twice on the orbrun. The first victory of the tournament was claimed by lessens just 75 minutes after tournament start.

The clan competition was won by Cheighis Khan (20656 points). Kikus Delivery Service (19082 points) and AWBW – Ru-Tang is for the Children (18347 points) were second and third respectively. There were 162 clans in all.

Here are some basic statistics on the players in this tournament compared with the 0.15 tournament (in parentheses):

  • Players: 2773 (2308)
  • Total player time: 43008 hrs (33718)
  • Avg player time: 15.5 hrs (14.6 hrs)
  • Proportion of players using webtiles: 88.9% (85.3%)

Winrate numbers in this tournament were warped by a serious bug that affected the first half of the tournament; see the 0.16.1 release post for details. Here is a comparison of winrates between the first and second halves of this tournament and the 0.15 tournament:

  • Win % in the two halves of the 0.16 tournament: 4.04% / 2.03%
  • Win % in the two halves of the 0.15 tournament: 2.03% / 1.49%

A graph made by johnstein shows how various statistics progressed over the course of the tournament.