Details to follow, plan on being there! (especially if you qualified for the exhibition match via our last ranbats)
|When: October 29th
Where:Â The Gamerz Lounge
Questions? Ask:Â Daniel Streety
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The date has been moved from the 1st to the 29th, please plan to support the Michigan scene by showing up to this!
This is the annual tournament East Michigan has been throwing after their RanBat seasons. Usually the top two players of the day (who haven’t already qualified) get to play in a special exhibition tournament afterwards with other top Michigan players who qualified during the course of the East Michigan RanBats.
Welcome to the first ever MICHIGAN MASTERS tournament!!!
The location has been updated. Take a look in the When and Where spot in this post. Also, check out the attached file to see the bracket for the exhibition tournament!
Michigan Masters is a Michigan regional tournament. As well as regular tournaments, there will also be a special single elimination exhibition tournament where the top 8 players in the state will face off against each other, winner takes all! I want this to be the best MI tournament yet, so bring all your friends, tell everyone you know about it, and get people from out of state up here!
When and Where
The tournament will take place in East Lansing, Michigan, on December 12th, 2009. It will be in Classroom 130 in North Hubbard Hall on Michigan State Campus (http://maps.google.com/maps?daddr=Hu…01929&t=h&z=16) The doors will open at 11:00, and the first tournament will begin promptly at noon. If you are late, you can still be placed in an open spot in the bracket, but there will be a $3 penalty.
Street Fighter 4 (360) – 12:00 noon
Street Fighter 3 (PS2 – 12:00 noon
Street Fighter 2 HD Remix (360) – 2:00
Capcom vs. SNK 2 (PS2) – 2:00
Melty Blood Actress Again (PS2) – 4:00
Tekken 6 (360) – 4:00
Guilty Gear: Accent Core (PS2) – 6:00
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (DC) – 6:00
Blazblue (360) – 6:00
Michigan Masters Exhibition starts – 6:00
Michigan Masters Finals – 8:00
Entry Fee and Prizes
There is a $5 base charge for all tournament participants. The money from the base charge will all be added to the prize pool for the Michigan Masters Exhibition. In addition to this, each game you enter will cost an additional $10. The game money will go into the prize pool for the game you entered. The prize pool is split 70% to 1st place, 20% to second place, and 10% to third place for that game. If 6 or less people enter a game 2nd place will get their money back, and 1st place will get the rest.
No button macros, no pausing, no turbo. For game specific questions, PM me.
Each tournament will be double elimination format. If 5 or less players are in a tournament it will be round robin instead.
SF4, BB and Tekken 6 will be seeded according to the Michigan Rankings. Players from the same town will be separated in all tournaments, so you won’t have to fight your friends right away.
The Michigan Masters Exhibition is an 8-man single elimination, winner takes all SF4 tournament. The top 6 players from the Michigan Ranking Battles will automatically be invited. The two remaining places will be filled by the best placing players in the SF4 tournament on the day of Michigan Masters. It is likely that the top players in the tournament will already be invited to participate in the exhibition. If this is the case, the top two players who aren’t already invited will be allowed to join. If a player in the top 6 can’t make it to the tournament, an additional spot will be opened up for players to qualify on the day. The first place player at the end of the Exhibition will be given all the money from the base entry fee ($5 per person), and possibly some extra money if I can find some. GET HYPE