This part of My EBU allows for partners to upload system cards for storing and sharing with others. Some competitions may require system cards for playing. A system card lists conventions and agreements that a partnership uses. System cards are also known as convention cards.
If you already have a system card and it is in the PDF format, then you can skip to the next section. Otherwise you will need to create a system card for your partnership.
Visit this page to learn more about how to create a system card. After creating the system card, you will then need to make sure it is in the PDF format.
Once you have the system card ready, you or your partner will be able to upload this to My EBU. You will need to know your partner's EBU number and Surname.
The partner you specified when uploading the system card will be able to see it in My EBU. You will see a row that looks like the below for each system card. You can click on the system card's name to open it in a new tab (Some browsers may download it instead). You can click on the download link to download the PDF file, and you can click the copy link button to copy a shareable link of your system card that can be sent to others (e.g. partnerships that you are playing against or tournament organisers).
During the system card upload process, here is a list of things that might go wrong. If you have an issue where this list does not help you may want to report an issue.
Please be aware that when uploading a system card, anyone will be able to see this system card and any data (or metadata) associated with the pdf. They will also be able to see you and your partner's surname. Currently the name of the system card (as filled out in the system card name field when going through the upload process) is only visible to your and your partner, however this is likely to change in the future. System cards can be deleted, which will remove the PDF file from the EBU's server, but we will keep a record of when the system card was deleted.