Are you hunting for more World Championship (WC) points? Searching for a cosy place to play Hearthstone? Hoping to make a quick buck? Well, look no more! Brewlings, Singapore’s first dedicated eSports bar, will be hosting a Hearthstone tournament this coming August!
- Date: 2nd August 2015
- Time: 12pm – 10pm
- Venue: Brewlings, 82 Serangoon Garden Way, 555978
- Server: Americas
- Entrance Fee: SGD$5 (with one soft drink) or SGD$8 (with one beer)
- 10% Discount for Drinks (All Prices are Nett)
- Do Bring Along a Fully-Charged Phone/Tablet/Laptop (Few Charging Outlets will be Provided)
- Match Format: Best-of-5 (Bo5) Conquest Mode
- Tournament Format: Group Stage + Single Elimination Playoffs
- Registration Link: >> HERE! << (Pay On-Site)
- Brackets: >> HERE! << (Join the Brackets After Registering!)
- Champion: $100 Cash + $150 BeyondGeek Voucher + 10 WC Points
- Runner-Up: Razer Mouse + $50 BeyondGeek Voucher + 5 WC Points
- 2nd Runner-Up: Razer Mousepad + 1 WC Point
- 3rd Runner-Up: 1 WC Point
Note: WC Points will only be given if there are more than 32 players.
- 12pm – 1pm: Group Stage Round 1
- 1pm – 2pm: Group Stage Round 2
- 2pm – 3pm: Lunch
- 3pm – 4pm: Group Stage Round 3
- 4pm – 5pm: Round of 32
- 5pm – 6pm: Round of 16
- 6pm – 7pm: Dinner
- 7pm – 8pm: Quarter-Finals
- 8pm – 9pm: Semi-Finals
- 9pm – 10pm: Finals
- Players are not allowed to leave the Duelling Screen until they have finished that particular series. 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 10 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 are to cross out the option to allow their friends to spectate their games.
- Players are to trade their ‘Player Cards’ with their opponents before the start of 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 email@example.com 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 or the match is conceded by either player); we encourage sportsmanship.
- 16 groups of four players
- Top two 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 (Number of match wins minus losses)
- Total number of match wins
- In the event that the players are still tied, they shall then play a final Bo5 series.
- Top 32 players
- Single Elimination
- Best-of-5 (first to three wins).
- Bring three decks of different classes; they will be fixed throughout 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 their 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 yet won in the series.
- After each series, inform the group marshal (with your opponent) of the results.
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Edited by Silfer