Competitions aren’t fair unless you win, studies show


Recent studies have revealed that a competition isn’t fair unless you win. Dr Mas Terchef from the University of LANcaster published this statement to accompany his research:

“Over a sample of at least 3 tournaments, we have strong cases of unfair conditions for players because they didn’t beat the people that they thought they would. The expectation has always been that in a competitive environment that requires you to play against other people until eventually only one winner is remaining, if somebody beats you whilst having to abide by the same rules that you have, then 100% of the time those rules cannot be fair.”

Proposed changes to future tournaments include a popularity system, which at the end of each series would see the viewers tweet in to decide who they feel should have won despite the actual result.