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RoboMaster University Championship (RMUC)

Scoring and Ranking System

Introduction

Score and Rank Chart

Overview

In the 2021 season, the RoboMaster Organizing Committee has introduced a Scoring and Ranking System (pilot) for the RoboMaster University Championship and the RoboMaster University League, as well as a new RoboMaster Score and Rank Chart for universities (hereinafter referred to as "Score and Rank Chart").
Universities from Mainland China will have separate Score and Rank Charts from universities from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and overseas. At present, the Scoring and Ranking System for RMUC and RMUL is only linked to the Score and Rank Chart for universities from Mainland China.

As the main event in the RoboMaster University series, the RoboMaster University Championship has the highest standards in terms of the number of participants, technical level and others.
Tier-1 teams that rank top 72 in the Score and Rank Chart for universities from Mainland China (Tier-1 teams) and the 24 Tier-2 teams that have passed the all rounds of technical assessments are qualified for the Mainland China Regional Competition of RMUC.
The competition mode of RMUL is similar to that of RMUC. Additionally, the rules of RMUL are relatively simple and it requires less robots, manpower and funding. The event is open to all domestic colleges and universities. Participating teams can accumulate experience and scores and finally advance to the RMUC.

Overview

Type of Team

According to the rankings in the Score and Rank Chart for universities from Mainland China, the participating teams will be divided into tier-1 teams and tier-2 teams. The types of participating teams will change with the rankings in each season.

Tier-1 Team
1. Definition: The top 72 teams in the Score and Rank Chart. They are directly qualified for the Mainland China Regional Competition of RMUC once completing the registration. After completing the required technical assessments, they will have the priority to choose the competition site and to be selected as the seeded team as well as enjoy more official publicity resources.
2. Entry Guide
1) If tier-1 teams choose to register for the RMUC and pass all the required technical assessments (for details, refer to the "RMUC 2021 Participant Manual"), they will directly qualify for the Mainland China Regional Competition of RMUC.
2) If tier-1 teams choose to register for the RMUL, they can train their teams and win awards, but unable to obtain scores.
*Note:
1. For tier-1 teams that failed to participate in the RMUC of the current season, but have participated in the RMUL, their scores of the current season will be calculated based on their results in the RMUL.
2.Tier-1 teams and Tier-2 teams will be awarded in separate groups in the RMUL.

Tier-2 Team
1. Definition: The teams that rank after 72 in the Score and Rank Chart. They are emerging teams for the future RMUC.
2. Entry Guide
1) Tier-2 teams that have enough technical experiences, number of participants and funding can take part in the RMUC. Once they have passed all rounds of technical assessments(for details, refer to the "RMUC 2021 Participant Manual"), they can compete for the remaining 24 places in the Mainland China Regional Competition of RMUC.
2) Tier-2 teams can also choose to register for the RMUL in order to accumulate experiences and scores, and win awards. When their rankings rise to the top 72, they can be promoted to the tier-1 teams that are directly qualified for the Mainland China Regional Competition of RMUC.

Score Calculation Rules

The Score and Rank Chart will be updated at the beginning of each season (September - October each year). The final scores of the current season are calculated based on the competition results of the participating teams in the past three seasons. Scores will be calculated separately for the Score and Rank Chart for universities from Mainland China and the Score and Rank Chart for universities from Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and overseas. Tier-1 teams of the current season will be determined based on the Score and Rank Chart for universities from Mainland China.
The score calculation rules are as follows:
1. Current season (n) final scores = (n-1) season scores * 0.5 + (n-2) season scores * 0.3 + (n-3) season scores * 0.2
2. The scores of the third and fourth teams in the Final Tournament, Wild Card Competition and Regional Competition are directly determined by the Organizing Committee.
3. The scores of the teams that rank first or second in the Group Stage of Regional Competition but fail to advance to the Wild Card Competition or Final Tournament are calculated according to the following formula:
Suppose: Teams rank Mth or above can advance to the Wild Card Competition or the Final Tournament; the score of the team that rank Mth is X; the score of the third-placed team in the Group Stage of the Regional Competition is Y; and the number of teams that can advance to the Wild Card Competition or the Final Tournament in the Group Stage of the Regional Competition group is Q; the final ranking of the team that rank first or second in the Group Stage of Regional Competition but fail to advance to the Wild Card Competition or Final Tournament is N, then:
The score of the team in the N place = (X-Y)*[rounddown[(Q-N)/4]+1]/[[roundup(Q-M)/4]+1]]+Y

Score and Rank Chart by events

RMUC 2018 Scores
RMUC 2019 Scores
RMUC 2020 Scores
RMUC 2021 & Later Scores

Note:
1. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic in the 2020 season, some schools were unable to participate in offline competitions, so the scores are calculated based on the rankings of the Online Assessment.
2. In the case of the same score, the ranking will be based on the average Base HP of all rounds in the latest season. The team with the higher average Base HP will rank higher.
3. If there are more than two decimal places in the score, the two decimal places will be rounded off.
4. In the previous Regional Competitions, there may be situations where 1 team out of 3 teams in a group advanced, 2 teams out of 4 teams in a group advanced, and 2 teams out of 5 teams in a group advanced. Therefore, the score of the second-placed team in the group of 3 teams will be the same as that of the third-placed team in the group of 4 teams and the group of 5 teams. The third-placed in the group of 3 teams, the fourth-placed team in the group of 4 teams and the fifth-placed team in the group of 5 teams will get the same scores. The score of the fourth-placed team in the group of 5 teams are the midpoint of the scores of the third-placed team and the fifth-placed team. (In the above chart, the scores of Central China and International Regional Competitions in 2019 season are calculated according to the rule of a 5-team group.)
5. In the current season, if a tier-1 team voluntarily waives to participate in the Mainland China Regional Competition or multiple tier-1 teams form an intercollegiate team, the released places will be filled by tier-2 teams that have passed the technical assessments.
6. If a university participates in both the RMUC and the RMUL in a season and has obtained scores, or participates in multiple stages in the RMUC and has obtained scores, the score of the university in the current season will be based on the higher score.
7. If a university participates in the RMUC in the form of a new intercollegiate team in a season, the score of the university in the current season will be based on the score of the university with the higher scores in the alliance, and the score obtained by the alliance will belong to all universities in the alliance.
8. The score in the Score and Rank Chart will be bound to each participating university, not to the participating teams. If the same university has two teams participating in the RMUL in the current season, the score of the university in the current season are the average score of the two teams; if the same university has three different teams participating in the past three seasons, the final score of the university in the current season will be calculated by combining the results of three different teams in different years.
9. The above mentioned Regional Competition includes the regional competitions of RMUC in 2018, 2019, and 2020 seasons and international qualifiers; the above mentioned Final Tournament includes the finals in 2018, 2019, and 2020 seasons.
10. The above Scoring and Ranking System is in the pilot stage. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact the RoboMaster Organizing Committee. The Organizing Committee will listen to your opinions and optimize the system accordingly.
11. The RoboMaster Organizing Committee reserves the final right to interpret the Scoring and Ranking System.

In the 2021 season, the RoboMaster Organizing Committee has introduced a Scoring and Ranking system (pilot) for the RoboMaster University Championship and the RoboMaster University League, as well as a new RoboMaster Score and Rank Chart for universities (hereinafter referred to as "Score and Rank Chart").
Universities from Mainland China will have separate Score and Rank Charts from universities from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and overseas. At present, the Scoring and Ranking System for RMUC and RMUL is only linked to the Score and Rank Chart for universities from Mainland China.

See below a list of some (but not all) of the universities from Mainland China. For the full Score and Rank Chart, see "RoboMaster Score and Rank Chart for Universities Full Edition (as of August 2020)".

Top 10


Tier-1 Team