#WRHD National WH40K Rankings

This page contains the Finnish National Warhammer 40,000 rankings, compiled of current season's tournament results all over the country. Tournament organizers are themselves responsible for delivering the correct information to have their events count towards the rankings - each event's final standings update the leaderboard with the effect depending on the standings and the number of participating players. Each annual season is wrapped up by crowning the yearly champion - an achievement of lasting glory. 

2019 Season Player Leaderboard

1. Aleksi Lehtiö 201
2. Eero Saukkonen 188
3. Jouni Haavisto 169
4. Vili Urpilainen 154
5. Joona Pöppönen 154
6. Pyry Nyström 128
7. Erno Ikonen 122
8. Antti Tauriainen 118
9. Leo Vuori 108
10. Petri Pekkarinen 108
11. Riku Norring 92
12. Konsta Hänninen 90
13. Riku Saressalo 83
14. Ville Kotonen 76
15. Markku Valkama 74
16. Niko Partala 72
17. Janne Salmela 72
18. Joonas Pirttilä 70
19. Joonas Neva 69
20. Touko Kästämä 67
21. Björn Söderström 66
22. Ari Hartikainen 62
23. Matti Niemelä 61
24. Eetu Peltola 59
25. Roel Aalpoel 58
26. Sami Keinänen 56
27. Emppu Niemi 53
28. Joel Jänis 40
29. Eetu Torikka 38
30. Kimmo Kokkarinen 30
31. Iikka Salminen 18
32. Heikki Peiponen 14

Total = Sum of all tournaments. Points per tournament are: Points x Number of Participants x 0.1.

2018 Season TOP10

1. Jouni Haavisto 832
2. Eero Saukkonen 790
3. Sami Keinänen 750
4. Vili Urpilainen 630
5. Emppu Niemi 610
6. Indran Yogaswaran 563
7. Marko Haatio 533
8. Ville Ritari 519
9. Tapio Miettinen 511
10. Petri Pekkarinen 504

How to deliver standings

To have your tournament event apply to #WRHD 40K Rankings, please deliver a clear list of the final standings with player names and their tournament points (no factions listed and no hobby score included). Email the standings to contact@gowarhead.com and see your event count towards the national leaderboard!

The tournaments should be competitive in nature and have an arranged Matched Play structure as well as a timetable (minimum of three rounds with the swiss pairing method). The events need to use the standard tournament points system of 20 points divided between the players each round, and the results need to be based on Eternal War and/or Maelstrom of War style victory points. Contact us in case of uncertainty!


2 comments:

  1. It's great that someone continues to upkeep the roster, appreciate it a lot.

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