These matches are intended to ensure a more level field of competition. They are selected from some of the more difficult matches, and their lower numbers are intended to ensure high turn-out of competitive shooters. The scores from these matches are going to be more hard-won.
The Regional Series and Pro-Series both have qualifier matches. The AG Cup Series does not, as each match in that series is itself a qualifier for the Armageddon Gear Cup. However, AG Cup Qualifier matches are also Pro-Series Qualifiers.
Scoring is very straight forward; one point per impact. There are no targets of different values, or variable point scoring zones on targets.
A shooter’s match score is calculated as a percentage (rounded to the nearest hundredth) of their points against the division winner’s points. For example, if the winner of your division has 87 points, and you have 76, your match score is calculated as follows: 76 / 87 x 100 = 87.36