HAVOC powered by G-Force Gaming
July 22 @ 1:30 pm - 11:00 pm
We’re proud to announce HAVOC, the first all day event from G-Force Gaming!
Pre-Register NOW!: https://smash.gg/tournament/havoc-presented-by-g-force-gaming
Thanks to your support and the success of the Summer Beatdowns, we will be running a larger format series of tournaments on Saturday July 22nd.
We will be streaming the action at http://www.twitch.tv/gforcegg!
Admin fees: $8 if you pre-register on smash.gg ($10 at door)
Competitors – $5 per game
The schedule is as follows but is subject to change based on registration numbers:
1:30 p.m. – Marvel vs. Capcom 3 / Guilty Gear Xrd: Rev 2
3:30 p.m. – Injustice 2 / Tekken 7
5:30 p.m. – SFV
Interested in commentating?
PM us with the game(s) you are interested in commentating for. Those chosen will need to be present and ready before their respective game tournament begins.
If 2-5 entrants winner takes all.
If 6-13 entrants: Top 2 split (2/3 for 1st; 1/3 for 2nd)
If 14-29 entrants: Top 3 split (4/7 for 1st; 2/7 for 2nd; 1/7 for 3rd)
If 30-63 entrants: Top 4 split (8/15 for 1st; 4/15 for 2nd; 2/15 for 3rd; 1/15 for 4th)
Universal tournament rules:
Most tournaments unless otherwise specified will be best of 3 until winners, losers, and grand finals; which will be best of 5.
You are responsible for bringing a controller/stick/converter in good condition. Any pausing of a match in progress as a result of a controller malfunction will result in the forfeiture of the affected round by whichever players controller initiated the pause.
TOs will have final word in the event of a dispute.
A draw counts as a win for both players, and the next game of the set (if required) must be played with identical settings (characters,stage,etc.). If a draw causes both players to reach set point an extra tiebreaker game will be played.
Wired controllers are strongly encouraged in order to avoid syncing issues and to keep the tournament running smoothly. Wireless controllers are permitted, but you risk disqualification if your controller causes any mishaps in another player’s match. PS4 players should remember to delete all old controller pairings every time they sit down to play a match.
When you sit down for your match, it is YOUR responsibility to delete old controller pairings from the previous matches. Make sure to delete all unused bluetooth devices from the system menu whenever you get ready to play a tournament match. If a non-competitor’s controller disrupts your match, you and your opponent must ignore the disruption and continue playing as if there was no interference. If a disruption turns off the game entirely, then you must replay the game that was interrupted, using the same settings (characters, stage, etc) and maintaining the current win count.
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