If you signed up for the Bracket Challenge presented by Audi, you're still in the running for a chance to win some major prizes (details below).
However, with the recent changes made to the MLS is Back Tournament group structure, there is a new update to the points system that will be retroactively effective from the start of the tournament.
Group stage points
With the modifications made to Group A and Group B due to positive COVID-19 cases that impacted FC Dallas and Nashville SC, all predictions for Group A and Group B have been removed and voided.
All predictions for the remaining groups (Groups C, D, E & F) are still valid and will count toward each user's final points total.
Bracket Challenge players will then have the chance to add to their group stage points total by predicting the Knockout Rounds presented by Audi, beginning with the Round of 16 through to the final. There's only a limited window to make these picks, beginning on July 24. That window closes with the start of the first Round of 16 match on July 25.
If you didn't sign up in time for the group stage, you can still register to make Knockout Round picks although you'll have ground to make up: New players who join at the Knockout stage begin with zero points.
The winner of the Bracket Challenge will receive $10,000 in cash, while the second-place finisher will get $1,000 to spend at MLSstore.com and the third-place finisher will receive $250 to spend at MLSstore.com.
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