Time for a change in pace as we move down to Bugis for our next Hearthstone tournament!
- Date: 27th May 2017 (Saturday)
- Time: 11am – 6pm (Registration will Commence at 11am and End at 11.40am) (GMT +8)
- Venue: StudyBox (67B Queen St, Singapore 188546)
- Directions: From Bugis MRT, walk towards Bugis Street before cutting across it. From there, turn right and walk till you arrive just before McDonald’s. Climb up the flight of stairs to Level 2.
- Participants: 32 (First 32 Players to Complete Both Physical and Online Registrations)
- Server: Americas
- Match Format: Best-of-5 4 Hero 1 Ban Conquest Mode
- Tournament Format: Single Elimination
- Registration Fee: $5 (Free Gadgetzan Hearthstone Poster, and Free Flow of Water)
- Registration Link: Click >> HERE! <<
- This is a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) event.
- WiFi and extension cords are available.
- There will be no deadlines for the submission of decklists.
- Deck tracking is not allowed for the tournament.
- 1st: 50% of Total Registration Fees Collected ($80 assuming 32 Players)
- 2nd: 30% of Total Registration Fees Collected ($48 assuming 32 Players)
- 3rd: Plantronics Backbeat Fit Wireless Earphone ($130)
Schedule (Based on a 64 Men Bracket)
- Day 1
- 11am – 12pm: Registration
- 12pm – 1pm: Round of 32
- 1pm – 2pm: Round of 16
- 2pm – 3pm: Quarter-Finals
- 3pm – 4pm: Semi-Finals
- 4pm – 5pm: Finals
- 5pm – 6pm: Buffer
- Deck Lock (Players are to use the four classes and decklists, that they have declared during registration, for the entire tournament).
- Taking of screenshots is advised for the settlement of disputes; players are advised to use the time-stamp at the bottom-left corner of the game screen to assist them.
- No backseat gaming is allowed in the tournament.
- Players are to cross out the option to allow their friends to spectate their games.
- A match loss is defined as a one deck victory for the opponent while a series loss is defined as a three decks victory for the opponent.
- Players found infringing the rules may either be given a warning or expulsion from the tournament. Subsequent infringements will increase the possibility of expulsion.
- Players are to ensure that their decks are ready before the start of the tournament.
- Decklists will be revealed before the start of the tournament and after the closure of registration.
- The Chief Marshal will have the final decision in all matters.
- A match must start within five minutes once both players are ready; the offending player will be given a match loss.
- A player will be given a match win if his opponent is late by five minutes, and a round win if his opponent is late by 20 minutes.
- Players are to verify for themselves that their opponents are playing the correct decks and classes.
- If players begin a match with a deck that they are not allowed to use, they will be given a match loss.
- The match will be replayed with the same classes.
- Any racist or insulting comments will result in a match loss.
- Players should not guilt-trip their opponents if they disconnect, and their opponents choose to take the match win.
- A match win will be awarded to the opponent of the disconnected player.
- An option of restarting the match is available if both players agree to it. (Refer to ‘Sportsmanship’ above.)
- Best-of-5 (first to three wins).
- Players are expected to verify for themselves that their opponent is playing one of their selected classes. In the event that your opponent is not playing any of their selected classes, do call a marshal to arbitrate.
- The winning player will use a different class – once a class has won, it is no longer playable for the rest of the series. The losing player can continue to use any class that has not yet won in the series.
- After each series, inform the marshal of the results.
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- Leonard Teo (LeoTeo)