NUS Cyber Gaming Festival 2015
Looking to get more World Championship points to qualify for the regional finals? Well, look no more. Hearthstone Alley will be bringing to you NUS Cyber Gaming Festival (CGF) 2015, one of the biggest student-initiated events of the year!
- Date: 4th July 2015 – 5th July 2015
- Time: 10am – 8pm
- Venue: NUS School of Computing (13 Computing Dr, 117417)
- Board Bus 96 from Clementi MRT and stop at Central Library or
- Board the Shuttle Bus A1 from Kent Ridge MRT and stop at School of Computing
- Server: Americas
- Entrance Fee: SGD$5 (You will be given a free T-Shirt, which you are required to wear during the tournament)
- Match Format: Best-of-5 (Bo5) Conquest Mode
- Tournament Format: Group Stage + Double Elimination Playoffs
- Registration Link: >> HERE! << (You can choose to pay either through PayPal or on-site)
- Brackets: >> HERE! <<
- Player Information: >> HERE! << (Will be released on the day of the tournament)
- Champion: Lil’ Hogger + Hearthstone Glass (1 Set) + Hearthstone Pillow + Hearthstone Coaster (1 Set) + 10 World Championship (WC) Points + TurtleBeach EarForce X07
- Runner-Up: Hearthstone Glass (1 Set) + Hearthstone Pillow + Hearthstone Coaster (1 Set) + 5 WC Points + TurtleBeach EarForce PLa
- 2nd Runner-Up: Hearthstone Glass (1 Set) + Hearthstone Coaster (1 Set) + 1 WC Point
- 3rd Runner-Up: Hearthstone Lanyard with Light-Up Charm + 1 WC Point
- 5th Place – 8th Place: Hearthstone Lanyard with Light-Up Charm
- 10am – 11am Groups A – H Round 1
- 11am – 12pm Groups I – P Round 1
- 12pm – 1pm Groups A – H Round 2 / Lunch
- 1pm – 2pm Groups I – P Round 2 / Lunch
- 2pm – 3pm Groups A – H Round 3
- 3pm – 4pm Groups I – P Round 3
- 4pm – 5pm Winner Round 1
- 5pm – 6pm Winner Round 2 + Loser Round 1
- 6pm – 7pm Winner Round 3 + Loser Round 2
- 7pm – 8pm Winner Round 4 + Loser Round 3
- 10am – 11am Winner Round 5 + Loser Round 4
- 11am – 12pm Loser Round 5
- 12pm – 1pm Lunch
- 1pm – 2pm Loser Round 6
- 2pm – 3pm Loser Round 7
- 3pm – 4pm Loser Round 8
- 4pm – 5pm Grand Finals Round 1
- 5pm – 6pm Grand Finals Round 2
- Players are not allowed to leave the Duelling Screen (outside of exceptions like disconnections or bugs) until they have finished that particular series. The offending player will have to forfeit a match if he is deemed to have infringed the rule. In the event of a disconnection or a bug, do call a marshal to arbitrate.
- A player will be given a match bye if his opponent is late by every 20 minutes.
- No backseat gaming is allowed in the tournament.
- Players are to use the decklists that they have sent; marshals will check them before every series.
- Players found infringing the rules will be given an initial warning. Subsequent infringements may result in disqualification from the tournament.
- The Chief Marshal will have the final decision in all matters.
- Players are expected to send their decklists (3 classes) to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one day before the tournament! Priority in registration will be given to those who have done so (on a first-come-first-serve basis).
- A rematch will be conducted if there is a disconnection (unless lethal is guaranteed); we encourage sportsmanship.
- 16 groups of 4 players
- Top 2 players from each group will advance to the playoffs
- Tie-breakers will be decided in the following order:
- Head-to-head record
- Win-loss differential
- Total number of match wins
- In the event that the players are still tied, they will play a final Bo5 series
- Top 32 players
- Double Elimination
- Best-of-5 (first to 3 wins).
- Bring 3 decks (Different classes).
- The 3 decks that you have brought will be fixed throughout the tournament.
- Players can check out the ‘Player Information’ page (see above) to find out more about the other players in the tournament.
- 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 his selected classes, do call a marshal to arbitrate.
- The winning player will use a different deck – once a deck has won, it is no longer playable for the rest of the series. The losing player can continue to use any deck that has not won yet.
- After each series, inform the group marshal (with your opponent) of the results.
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- CGF Team
- Blizzard Entertainment
Edited by Silfer