Disabling / Enabling Team Names
Before managing & adding teams, you will need to decide on an important factor: Requiring Team Names for your event. This section can be found on the final step of your Event Creation cycle.
Note: Unfortunately, there isn't a way to add/edit the Team Name requirement once the event has been fully created. If a mistake like this was made, you will either need to delete the entire event + recreate it from scratch -or- contact a smash.gg support representative so that they can correct the event on their side!
Managing Pairs (w/Team Names Off)
If your event is 2v2 with team names turned off, it may be easier to use the Attendees tab in the tournament settings. You can pair teammates directly from the attendee modal, which can be accessed by:
Searching for the player you want to pair with a teammate
Clicking on that player to bring up their info
In the window that pops up, scroll down to the team event, where you should see this:
It allows you to search for their partner as soon as you add them to the teams event. However, the search will only pull attendees that are also registered for that event. So make sure both players are registered before you attempt to pair them!
Head over to the Teams page in your tournament’s settings to start.
The list of existing teams will appear here.
From this page, you can add, remove, and edit teams and team members as you wish. If you need to add a new team, simply click on the Add Team button in the top right corner!
All other functions on the page can be accessed by clicking on any specific team to open up their Team Settings panel.
Through this panel, you can:
Delete an existing team by clicking Delete team.
Remove team members by clicking Remove
Invite players by clicking on Add Member
Assign Captain or Alternate roles for each player by clicking on Edit
Toggle Roster Requests on/off to allow/prevent players from requesting to join a specific team