It will be a battle of epic proportions between squads at Dallas Dodgeball’s DodgeWar 4 to be held on the battlefield of the Walnut Hill Rec Center on Saturday, April 7th, 2018. The co-ed 7 vs 7 tournament will be fought with official 7-inch World DodgeBall Federation (WDBF) Dodgeballs, the same type used at the 2017 WDBF Dodgeball World Championships in Toronto, Canada. All teams are welcome to participate, including existing dodgeball teams, corporate sponsored teams, restaurant and club-sponsored teams, office teams, family teams, church teams, sorority and fraternity teams, police and firefighter teams, and more. Open to all area, national, and international teams.
- DodgeWar 4 Dodgeball Tournament
- Saturday, April 7th, 2018
- 9AM to 5PM
- Walnut Hill Rec Center, Dallas Texas
- Ages 15 and Up
- Coed, 7 v 7 (one female required to start with 7)
- 7-inch Foam Dodgeballs
- $150 Per Team
- $500 prize to First Place team (if at least 8 teams register)
Team USA Qualifying Event
DodgeWar 4 will be a Team USA qualifying event! Team USA selection committee members Anthony Miller and Marie Garrigue will be at the tournament evaluating players for possible selection to both the men’s and women’s national dodgeball teams. Click here to sign up for consideration for Team USA 2018. Contact us if you do not currently have a team but wish to compete in the tournament and be considered for Team USA.
Registration Is Closed
Registration closed on April 5, 2018.
DodgeWar 4 Schedule
DodgeWar 4 Rules
Dallas Dodgeball League Rules will apply for DodgeWar 4 with the following addendums or notations:
Seven players to start a game, at least one must be a female. If no female, then teams start with six players. At least five players are required to start a game.
The 1 vs 1 no blocking rule is in effect.
League out-of-bounds rules apply. (At least some part of your body must be in to not be out.)
Round robin results will be used for the championship bracket seeding.
Games are best of three in the round robin. All three games are played.
The winner of each 3-game match against an opponent receives one point in the win column.
In the event of a tie between teams at the end of round robin, total wins of all games are calculated. The team with the most total wins is the higher seed. In the event there is still a tie, the higher seed is determined by a coin flip.
Games in the double-elimination championship bracket are best of 5 in the winner’s bracket and best of 3 in the loser’s bracket. If time is an issue, games in the winner’s bracket will also be best of 3.