US/Eastern | Sep 12, 2021
Participants - 85 / 250 Registered | 1 V 1
Check in timers are set to 9 minutes for round one of each pool for winners, 7 minutes for the rest of winners, and 5 minutes for all of losers.
All rounds are best of three until top eight, which is all best of five. Bracket is ran in a double elimination style.
A LAN adapter is required to participate, anyone found to not be using one, namely from having a bad connection, may be disqualified
Must be 13 years old or older to play, any minors must fill out this form to participate. See below for more information.
We will be using the Wario's Smashdown stagelist. Other miscellaneous rules can be found below in the rules section.
1.1 Set Length
Every set will be performed in a best of three format, with Top 8 all being played in a best of five format. Following rules do not change between the two set lengths. 1.2 Set Procedure
Players will select their characters via smash.gg’s built-in functions, therein performing a double blind character pick.
Players will then ban stages from the list of starter stages (see 2.2) given through a P1-P2-P2-P1 format for the first game and after each subsequent match, the winner will ban two stages from the combined list of starter and counterpick stages. Banned stages do not persist throughout the entire set.
1.3 Stage Clause
Stage clause (also known as DSR) is in effect during stage selection, which states that the winner of the previous game may not choose to go to the same stage consecutively.
1.4 Stage Agreement Clause
Players may choose to go to any LEGAL stage at any point during the set. If a non legal stage is chosen, both players may be subject to disqualification.
Making a game or set unplayable or delaying a set is strictly banned and may result in disqualification. This includes multitourneying if it delays the playing of a set by a significant amount, which is at the discretion of the tournament staff.
1.6 Sudden Death
If a game goes to sudden death, the result of the in game sudden death will not determine the match results. The winner is instead decided by percent and stock amount. In the situation that both players have equal stocks and percent, a three minute long tie breaker where both players have one stock is played out to determine the winner.
If any player is found to be using an alias or hiding their identity to manipulate seeding will be disqualified unless they inform a tournament organizer prior to registration ending.
All sets in the winners bracket of round one will have an eight minute long timer for entrants to check in to their match. For the rest of the winners bracket, all sets will be run with seven minute long timers. All of the losers bracket matches will have five minute long timers.
Any form of bracket manipulation, such as intentionally losing a game or splitting prize money may be instantly disqualified. Tournament organizers reserve the right to deny payout to any entrant found to be guilty of collusion.
1.10 Lag Testing
In the event that there is lag, a player should request a moderator (option found at the bottom of the “chat” section of the set taskbar) and request a lag test. A lag test will first be performed on the one who requested the moderator and then on the other player. A lag test will be done via a one on one match, with no other spectators (if set is being streamed the streamers do not need to leave spectating) and must last at least forty seconds. If one of the players is found to be causing the game to lag they may be disqualified.
1.11 External Interruptions
If a game is interrupted due to external causes, such as a lan adapter being unplugged, the one at fault for the interruption will forfeit the game. If the player is unable to return quickly they will forfeit the set.
1.12 Player Absence
If a player leaves during a set, they will have three minutes to return before they may be disqualified. This time limit is at the discretion of the tournament organizers.
1.13 Unforeseen Situations
In the event that a situation arises that was not explicitly stated in this ruleset, the outcome is at the ultimate discretion of the tournament staff.
1.14 Mii Fighter Moves
If a player is playing a mii fighter and wishes to change their moveset after a game, the moveset switch is treated as switching characters. If the winner wishes to change the moveset of their mii in this event, they must tell their opponent in chat before selecting their character. If the loser wishes to do so, they do not need to let their opponent know until after they select the mii in smash.gg.
Game Rules 2.1 Game Settings
Stocks are set to three and time is set to seven minutes
Final Smash meter: Off
Damage Handicap: Off
Stage Selection: Anyone
Items: Off and None
First to: 1 win Stage Morph: Off
Stage Hazards: Off
Launch Rate: 1.0x
Underdog Boost: Off
Score Display: Off
% Show Damage: Yes
Custom Balance: Off
Mii Fighters: All moveset combinations are legal
2.2 Stage List
Town & City
Kalos Pokemon League
Pokemon Stadium 2
Battlefield and Omega variations of the stages are allowed when a player counterpicks either Battlefield or Final Destination respectively. The Battlefield and Omega forms may only be selected from the nine legal stages above.
To be eligible to participate, a player must be at least 13 years old (or such other age, if greater, as may be required in such player’s country of residence). Players between the ages of 13 and 17 (or such other age, if greater, as may be required in such player’s country of residence) must have written permission from a parent or legal guardian via this form. You must complete and return the form prior to the tournament beginning or you may not be able to participate.
OPTIONAL: We realize not every player can do this, so this is not mandatory: If you have the capability, live streaming and/or recording video of all of your matches is a good idea, to help eliminate any possibility of any dispute arising as to the results of the match.
Sportsmanlike conduct is expected. You are NOT allowed to be disruptive or harass your opponent on SmashGG, Discord, Twitch chat, etc (or any other actions that could be considered unsportsmanlike conduct except for actions intended to be allowed within the game itself as part of normal game-play.) If you do, then your actions may result in a game loss, match loss, or disqualification from the event without prizes, solely at the discretion of the Tournament Staff.
The prize is delivered via Paypal. You must have an account to be able to claim it. Funds for Cash prize winners will be sent via PayPal, and winners will be required to provide full Legal Name and Physical Mailing Address (along with the email address associated with the PayPal account) for winnings to to be disbursed. Note: if the event does not have at least 100 active participants, the event might be postponed to a later date.
Select matches for this event may be streamed on Twitch. Competitors playing in the event may live stream the event from their own POV as well (and are strongly encouraged to do so!) By registering for this event, you agree that we may live re-broadcast your live stream from our designated Twitch channels and cast any game-play during the course of the event, as well as create VODs of this content. Any content we make may be made available on our official Youtube channels and other platforms, so others may marvel at your awesome plays (or epic fails!)
ALL DECISIONS BY THE TOURNAMENT ADMINISTRATOR OF THIS EVENT ARE FINAL.