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Tamebay Ecommerce Cup & Shield Results

By Chris Dawson September 9, 2017 - 2:26 pm

The Tamebay Ecommerce Cup 2017 sponsored by The Post Office was held on Thursday evening at Play Football in Shepherds Bush and fittingly for our fifth year was by far the biggest tournament to date. Congratulations to all the teams and a special mention to Flubit who for the first time actually won a match!

After the group stages, the top 16 teams went on to play for the cup and the next 8 played for the shield with the bottom 8 were knocked out… Naturally including the guys from Tamebay – We might be able to organise a tournament but it turns out we’re not very good at kicking a ball!

Tamebay Ecommerce Cup 2017 Results

Round 1
Skynet
6 – 3
Delivery Group
PayPal
1 – 3
JH
Wrap Distribution
6 – 0
Doddle
InternetRetailing
3 – 4
Wholesale Clearance
Just Eat
2 – 0
POQ
ChannelAdvisor
5 – 1
Bazaar Voice
OFX
2 – 4
Trust Pilot
UBM
4 – 1
Currencies Direct
 
Quarter Finals
Skynet
6 – 1
JH
Wrap Distribution
2 – 3
Wholesale Clearance
Just Eat
4 – 2
ChannelAdvisor
Trust Pilot
1 – 0
UBM
 
Semi Finals
Skynet
4 – 8
Wholesale Clearance
Just Eat
3 – 2
Trust Pilot
 
Final
Wholesale Clearance
1 – 4
Just Eat

Tamebay Ecommerce Shield 2017 Results

Quarter Finals
Flubit
8 – 0
Ingenico
Drink Stuff (1)
4 – 6
Magento
Sales Logic
2 – 5
Post Office
RS Components
1 – 3
Royal Mail
 
Semi Finals
Flubit
2 – 5
Magento
Post Office
0 – 3
Royal Mail
 
Final
Magento
1 – 7
Royal Mail

Honourable Mentions

The teams that joined Tamebay in being knocked out in the group stages were: AND Digital, Drinkstuff (2), eBay, Linnworks, Pricesearcher, Summit Media and Volo Commerce. A valiant effort by all concerned, but competition was tough this year.

Tamebay Ecommerce Cup 2018

We’re already planning for next year and as we were over subscribed this year it’s likely we’ll expand the tournament to be even bigger for 2018. If you’re interested in entering a team for the Tamebay Ecommerce Cup 2018 then drop me an email and we’ll make sure you get an invitation, or of course watch out for an announcement on Tamebay in Spring 2018!

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