Rules

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General Rules

  • Pausing the game will result in a match loss for the player who paused the game.
    This however does not apply when the “final blow” to eliminate the opponent has already been done and the animation is still running (commonly known as the “I always hit start when I play online”-reaction).
  • Turbo functions and Macro Controllers are not allowed.
  • Legacy Controller Mode is banned.
  • You must provide your own controller for games played on all systems.
  • All converters are the responsibility of the player.
  • Cronus Max Plus and Titan One converters are banned.
  • All wireless controllers other than the DualShock4 are banned.
  • DualShock4 players that don’t unpair their controller right after the match, are subject to disqualification.
  • Hardware issues are your problem. If during a match, your controller / stick stops working or is found to interfere with the gaming station so that finishing the match is not possible, your opponent may opt for a default win or request a restart of the match.
  • Not being at the station at the stated time will result in a default loss.
    Make sure to check the timetables / listen to all announcements and be there in time. No complaining afterwards!
  • Be nice or leave. If anyone is seen threatening or intimidating other players / opponents, he will be asked to leave immediately.
  • Consuming your own food and drinks in the venue is not allowed.
  • Side selection: As a general rule, players are allowed to sort out for themselves what side they want to play on before each match. If no agreement can be found, a game of rock/paper/scissors (best of 3 rounds / 1 match) will define where players will start.
  • Character selection (Team selection for Team-/Tag games, i.e. UMvC3): all players are allowed to select their characters however they want. If one player wants to blind-pick, a judge will get the information (Character, Ultra/Assist selection) from Player A, then Player B will pick his character and the judge will make sure Player A picks what he had chosen before. If a player loses one game of the set he is allowed to switch characters while the winner has to repick the same character again.

 

Tournament specific Rules

Street Fighter V 1on1:

The SFV 1on1 tournament will be held in a Round Robin Format for the pools followed by a 32/64 players Double Elimination Tournament. The first two players of each group will qualify for the Double-Elimination Tournament.

– Matches will be played in a best of 3 format until semi’s. Winners-, losers- and grand finals will be played in best of 5.

– Bracket seedings will be done randomly.

– Please read the rules from capcomprotour(click) for more details!

– € 10,- participation fee (100% into the pot, 50/30/20% for top 3)

GG Xrd:R 1on1:

The GG Xrd Revelator 1on1 tournament will be held in a Round Robin Format for the pools followed by a 16/32 players Double Elimination Tournament. The first two players of each group will qualify for the Double-Elimination Tournament.

– Matches will be played in a best of 3 format until semi’s.

– Winners-, losers- and grand finals will be played in best of 5.

– Bracket seedings will be done randomly

– Will be played on PS3/PS4!

– Able to switch characters once after a loss.

– A DLC character must be out for one week before they’re tournament eligible

– € 10,- participation fee (100% into the pot, 50/30/20% for top 3)

 

BB CF 1on1:

– No unlockable Stages allowed, due to them having no visual cue for being in the corner.

– All will be played on PS4 only!

– Matches will be played in a best of 3 format until semi’s.

– Winners-, losers- and grand finals will be played in best of 5.