The Alberta Indigenous Games Community Championship gives communities in Alberta the opportunity to compete for points via tallying up all of the medal and participation points earned. For example if a community sends 10 teams then they will be in a division with other communities that sent 8-12 teams, if a smaller community sent 1-3 teams they will be in Division 6 with other communities that sent 1-3 teams. If they send 20-25+ teams then they will be in Division 1 with other communities with that amount of teams sent. Each team that wins Gold earns 7 points for their community, a Silver earns 5 points, a Bronze earns 3 points and if a team didn't medal but participated and had good sportsmanship they earn 1 point. Likewise for individuals who are from those communities if they compete in individual sports they also can earn those same points for medals and participation to go towards their community. The champions in each of the 6 divisions gets: an AIG Championship Trophy to take home, an AIG championship banner, and their community name put on the Master AIG Championship Trophy. Second place in each division wins a runner-up banner to take home while third place earns a third place banner to take home. Community leaders and youth will be invited to the AIG Community & Sponsorship Awards Banquet in January following the Games to gather and eat and celebrate and receive their awards.