Winners: Results of Theme Madness Round 3

10 Comments

We have the results of Theme Madness Round 3 in this post, and there are some more exciting outcomes here. This round brings us to the final 8 that will be competing for the coveted WPCandy trophy. Round 4 voting will start later today, so be sure to get caught up on Round 3 outcomes in time for the new round of voting this afternoon.

Who’s excited? The results are just after the jump.

How we scored the games

Just to recap, each game was run on three fronts. First, we counted up the polls for each game. Secondly, we counted up votes on Twitter. Finally, we counted up comments generated (if they were) on the competitor’s blogs. Top score won.

Press75 vs. ThemeFuse

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 15. ThemeFuse: 226
  • 3. Press75: 119

Winner: ThemeFuse, who will be competing again later today.

Obox Themes vs. Pro Theme Design

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 4. Pro Theme Design: 63
  • 1. Obox Themes: 107

Winner: Obox Themes, who will be competing again later today.

Catalyst Theme vs. DIYThemes

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 11. Catalyst Theme: 298
  • 2. DIYThemes: 94

Winner: Catalyst Theme, who will be competing again later today.

StudioPress vs. Theme Hybrid

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 5. Theme Hybrid: 105
  • 1. StudioPress: 149

Winner: StudioPress, who will be competing again later today.

Mojo Themes vs. WPZoom

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 7. WPZoom: 107
  • 6. Mojo Themes: 182

Winner: Mojo Themes, who will be competing again later today.

ThemeForest vs. ThemeGarden

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 4. ThemeGarden: 86
  • 1. ThemeForest: 285

Winner: ThemeForest, who will be competing again later today.

Elegant Themes vs. iThemes

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 3. Elegant Themes: 259
  • 2. iThemes: 78

Winner: Elegant Themes, who will be competing again later today.

AppThemes vs. Graph Paper Press

After totaling up poll votes, Twitter votes, and comments on their respective blogs, the numbers are:

  • 9. AppThemes: 181
  • 5. Graph Paper Press: 162

Winner: AppThemes, who will be competing again later today.

Congrats to the winners!

Congratulations are in order to everyone who has made it this far. You can track the competition’s progress via the Theme Madness Bracket, which is just about all filled up! Were there any surprises for you this round? Who do you think has the best shot going forward?

10 thoughts on “Winners: Results of Theme Madness Round 3

  1. Does anyone know how the bracket scoring system works? Is it 1-point for every correct pick in each of the five rounds — or do the point levels increase every round?

  2. Win or not, you are all ROCKS man!
    I love most of your themes. Still with your magical touch to make the WordPress world more wonderful day by day.

    Salute!

  3. Elegant Themes<iThemes. Many sloppy database calls, but at least their affiliate marketing program works well enough to get a symbolic victory.

  4. Pingback: The Latest Coupons and Deals for WordPress Themes | ThemeSorter Blog

  5. Catalyst is a great theme/themebuilder. As a new developer to WP who has done a lot of research on these themes, I can say that I am so impressed with Catalyst. After exchanging emails with a WooThemes developer, in which I asked him to compare his product to Catalyst, he did not even know about Catalyst. This, after telling me he had been in the WP world for SOOOO long. Well, WooThemes is gone, and Catalyst is continuing strong. I guess you know which one I purchased. And I think that WT developer and many others now know who/what Catalyst is. Future theme developers should follow there lead and create better options for customizing themes. Almost every theme I see are too limited in their customization options with no coding. Catalyst does this excellently. That’s why so many users are showing their approval with their voting.

Comments are closed.