**CGL Super Street Fighter week 4 Qualifiers. 6/19/10 Chicago, IL. RSVP


#1

Location:
Chicago Wushu
4405 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60640

Map here

Time:
2pm General Admission & Registration
3pm Event Start

General Admission fee - $10

Venue fee(s) - See individual venue descriptions.

June 19th ? Super Street Fighter IV & Tekken 6 [Competition Fee - $5/event] 70%/20%/10% split for 1st/2nd/3rd


This is a BYOC (Bring Your Own Controller) event.

For all matches up to the Semi-Final matches, all games will be played on the XBOX 360 gaming console. Individual controllers will be on-hand, but it is highly recommended that players bring their own controller/joystick of choice.

For the Finals, the matches will be played on the Playstation 3 console. The CGL will supply two(2) Super Street Fighter IV Arcade FightStick Tournament Edition S joysticks for use.

You may view the FightSticks here: http://superstreetfighteriv.gameshark.c … -black.asp

For Super Street Fighter IV(Xbox 360) the following venues will be offered:

Double Elimination Tournament: $5

Qualifiers - Best of 3 rounds @ the best of 3 sets. (Xbox 360 - BYOC)
Semi-finals ? Best of 3 rounds @ the best of 3 sets. (Xbox 360 - BYOC)
Finals ? Best of 3 rounds @ the best of 5 sets. (Playstation 3 - Fightsticks supplied)

Team Tournament (Single Elimination): $5 per team member
Qualifiers ? Best of 3 rounds.
Semi-Finals ? Best of 5 rounds.
Finals ? Best of 7 rounds.

For Tekken 6 (Playstation 3) the following venues will be offered:

Double Elimination Tournament: $5

Qualifiers - Best of 5 rounds @ the best of 3 sets. (Playstation 3 - BYOC)
Semi-finals ? Best of 5 rounds @ the best of 3 sets. (Playstation 3 - BYOC)
Finals ? Best of 5 rounds @ the best of 5 sets. (Playstation 3 - Fightsticks supplied)

Team Tournament (Single Elimination): $5 per team member
Qualifiers ? Best of 5 rounds.
Semi-Finals ? Best of 5 rounds.
Finals ? Best of 5 rounds.

Rules for Double Elimination/Team Elimination Qualifiers & Semi-Finals.

  1. Before the start of play, players may opt to change their button configuration. An honor based system will allow time for both players to agree to their final configuration. If in the event that a player is accused of ?stalling? a match due to button config, an officiator will be notified and the player in question will be given a count of 10 to complete their adjustments. At the end of the count, any changes made will be final and both players will start play.

  2. Players may select any character they wish at the start of play. At the end of a set, players may opt to ?rematch? with their selected characters or to change characters. If in the event that a mistake has been made in character selection, players may opt to re-select their characters one time per match. If an agreement can not be made, officials will make spot judgements and allow/deny requests for character changes per situation.

2.1)For Team Matches ? Team members ?must- select different characters (i.e. two person team members can not both select Akuma as their characters. One team member can choose Akuma if he/she wishes, then the remaining member must choose any character except Akuma.) If duplicate characters are choosen, a warning will be given to the team in question then a reset will be administered allowing character selection to begin anew. For the duration of the day?s tournament, if the team that was issued a warning repeats this offense they will be removed from the tournament, forfeiting their placement, entrance fee, and possible banning from future events.

  1. In plain English: ?If it?s in the game, it?s legal.? As of this posting, testing on Super Street Fighter IV is unavailable. We at the CGL leave game balancing in the capable hands of the individual developers and will not intervene/ban any gameplay techniques or mechanics at this time. If in the future there are player-controlled techniques or mechanics that will give an impediment to tournament play, they will be banned and the player(s) that utilize these techniques or mechanics in question will be forfeit their match, entrance fee, and face possible banning from future events.

King of the hill:
Cost - $1.
Rules ? This competition will last for thirty (30) minutes from the start of play.

Players line up ?old school? style placing their $1 in the pot.
Players will fight in the best of 3 round matches.
The winner of the match stays seated, the loser moves on.
The loser ?may- place $1 in the pot and move to the back of the line.
At the end of the 30 minutes, the winner of the final match collects the pot.
If at the end of 30 minutes there is still a line, play will continue until the last
person in line at the end of the 30 minute mark participates. The winner of that
final match wins the pot.

At the judge?s discretion, entrance to each individual KotH event will be halted prior to the 30 minute timer. This is to prevent ?vultures? from waiting until the last minute to participate in hopes of seeking a ?fatigue advantage? over the remaining players.

We look forward to seeing you all in June!

Contact us @
Phone ? (773)-874-9153
Email ? Chicagogamingleague@gmail.com (Place ?Add Me? as the subject to be added to our mailing list.)
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#2

Weekend-ish bump.


#3

I’m thinking about going with some of my friends but we don’t play on 360 controllers and we are all pad users. (Well i play on madcatz fight pad for ps3) Do you have converters for ps3 controllers, or is it possible for me to bring my ps3 with the copy of the game so we could enter the tourney using our ps3 pads. Thanks.


#4

We will have a PS3 with controllers & fightsticks on hand for competitors to use.

To be perfectly honest, everyone that we’ve had participate thus far has prefered the PS3.

Go figure… :expressionless:


#5

Ok thanks