NAQT Scoring Rules

Teams Per Game
2
Players Per Team
4
Standard Tossup Count
20 (This is the generic denominator used to normalize scores for reporting purposes. That is, statistics under these scoring rules are reported in terms of points per 20 tossups heard. For rules that use timed games, it represents a typical number of tossups heard in a game, though variation exists. For rules that use untimed games, it represents the number of tossups that will be read in regulation in a standard game.)
Power Tossups
Yes (15)
Tossup Value
10
Interrupt Penalties
Yes (-5)
Bonus Questions
Yes
Maximum Bonus Value
30
Bonus Divisor
5 (This is the largest integer that must be a factor of the number of bonus points. It is used in error-checking.)
Bounceback Bonuses
No
Overall Score Divisor
5 (This is the largest integer that must be a factor of an overall score. It is used in error-checking.)