EDIT: In January 2018 WPN removed this functionality. The results information is now available to view within the client software, instead of in a webpage, and (as far as we're aware at the time of writing) there is no way to save results to a file which can be imported by PokerTracker.
Until WPN make results information available in a file which we can import, you can enter your results manually via the Edit Tournament Results window.
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From PokerTracker v4.14.25 it is possible to import tournament results information saved manually from the Account webpage.
This will allow PokerTracker to import some more information for your Winning Poker Network multi-table or Jackpot tournaments where buy-in and results information can't be implied from the hand histories.
For normal single table tournaments this won't usually provide any more information, but if you have tournaments where the buy-in isn't available in the hand histories (so they appear as $0 buy-in in PT4) this should allow that to be imported.
To do this follow these steps:
Select My Account > Transactions in the WPN lobby.
This will open a page in your browser.
In the page that opens select Tournament History from the menu on the left and apply a search for the tournaments that you're interested in downloading results for.
Save the page using 'Save Page As...' and select the 'Web page, Complete' option for the save. Depending on your browser you may do this using the File menu or by right clicking the page (as shown above in Firefox).
This will generate multiple files and folders so save to a new folder on your computer.
To get more details for each tournament you can click on the link in the 'Tourney name' column to open a separate webpage. Save each of these to a new folder too.
In PT4 go to the Play Poker tab and click Get Hands From Disk.
Browse to the folder for the main page that you saved and go to IDM_Files. For Chrome the file to import is in that folder; for Firefox you'll need to open the IDM_Data subfolder.
The file you need to import can have a different names depending on your browser, but will be something like "TournamentHistory.html", "Tournaments.html", "TournamentHistoryDetails.html", or "PlayerTransactionHistory.html".
Repeat the import (Get Hands From Disk) for each page that you saved.
The main page has the buy-in but no information about hero or finishing position; the individual tournament pages have hero and finish information but no buy-in; so to import as much information as possible both are needed.