Participants can submit up to one warrior per day, with a maximum of three active warriors.
The Valentine Tournament 2015, organised by John Metcalf
Was won by Steve Gunnell ahead of inversed and Roy van Rijn
Steve also won the prize for highest scoring warrior in the qualifier.
The Halloween 2014 Tournament, organised by John Metcalf
Was won by inversed 45 points ahead of 2nd placed Roy van Rijn.
inversed also had the highest scoring vampire of this vampire-themed tournament.
The Spring 2014 Core War Tournament, organised by John Metcalf, (30 years after A K Dewdney's 1984 Scientific American article),
Was won by Gérman Labarga who had the highest overall score.
Category winners were: inversed (large core), Roy van Rijn (standard) and Gérman Labarga (tiny)
Was won by inversed followed by Roy van Rijn & Zul Nadzri
The Down The Core And More Tournament (2006), organised by Nenad Tomasev.
Was won by inversed followed by Chip Wendall & Mizcu
Was won by Chip Wendall followed by Roy van Rijn & S.Fernandes
The Redcoder's Frenzy Tournament organized by Fizmo
Was won by Chip Wendall followed by German Labarga & Roy van Rijn
The Round 25 - The Psycho Pair round hosted by Nenad Tomasev
had been won by Chip Wendall followed by Robert Macrae & Inversed
The Spring/Summer 2002 Corewar/Redcode tournament. was organized by John Metcalf,
who introduced it as follows:
S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 0 0 2 C O R E W A R T O U R N A M E N T Perhaps the most compelling difference between everyday hill play and a corewar tournament is the shift of emphasis. The overall performance of a player increases in importance while that of individual warriors lessens. ...
The final results were published in CoreWarrior #85
The winner was Michal Janeczek followed by Steve Gunnell & Philip Thorne