Since the 2010/2011 season, ten-minute extra time with sudden death has been played in every floorball game after a draw . The winner receives one more point at the point for the tie, if no goal is scored, it remains a tie.
In some golf competitions, after a tie, the game continues until a player has won a hole.
In underwater rugby , game decisions are followed by a fifteen-minute sudden death extension.
In darts , a two-leg lead is required to win the tournaments of the World Cup and World Matchplay . If this is not achieved even after the tie-break that was played previously , a sudden death leg is played, the winner of which wins the game. Before the start of this leg, a throw at the bullseye decides on the throw-off in the final leg.
In tennis was in 2014 in the format Fast4 Tennis a sudden death at the score of 3: introduced the third This is followed by a shortened tie-break up to 5 points with sudden death when the score is 4: 4.