Boolean scalar type represents
link GraphQL Schema definition
- scalar Boolean
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- EntrantAn entrant in an event
- EventAn event in a tournament
- LeagueA league
- ParticipantA participant of a tournament; either a spectator or competitor
- PhaseA phase in an event
- RaceMatchConfigRace specific match configuration
- SeedA seed for an entrant
- SetA set
- StandingA standing indicates the placement of something within a container.
- StationsStations, such as a stream setup, at an event
- StreamA Stream object
- StreamsTournament Stream
- TeamMemberA member of a team
- TournamentA tournament
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