The Masters features 15 men’s and 15 women’s teams. Both men’s and women’s divisions are split into three pools of five teams for round robin play.
At the conclusion of the round robin, the top eight teams qualify for the playoffs to determine each champion. Tiebreaker matches may be played in the event teams are tied for the final playoff positions.
All events in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling series are played utilizing the five-rock rule.
The winners of the Masters receive invitations to the Champions Cup, which is the final event of the season and showcases all of the winners from major events in curling.