However, all it really takes to have meaningful feedback is to have a conversation with someone else about a way one of you could improve. This person could be a player, a tournament organizer, or even a judge who was nowhere near your event. Let’s dig into some of these ideas, and how you can leverage them in your community.
In the middle of a call, you don’t always have the time to break things down in detail. But after the match is a great time to do so. Talk with players about your rulings to get their perspective.
Hello and welcome to this month’s edition of the Feedbag! Last time, we covered providing feedback to a judge while playing in their event. This month’s prompt comes straight to us from the comments section of last month’s article, courtesy of : I am of the opinion that feedback should also be solicited from the TOs perspective. In my area, TOs don’t normally send feedback via Judge Center or Apps. Feedback (if any) is usually given verbally. I find that writing down feedback facilitates
Hello and welcome to the fifth installment of the Feedbag! Last time, we covered how to have a conversation with someone who has provided feedback you disagree with. Our question for this month comes to us from “PO’d by TO”: I'd like to write a tournament report, but my experience with the TO was largely negative. The event was poorly planned and managed. What should I do? To begin with, I’ll focus on the tournament report aspect. If the tournament organizer creates negative