When:
11/11/2018 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
2018-11-11T17:00:00-05:00
2018-11-11T21:00:00-05:00
Where:
Game Arena
3570 Fishinger Blvd
Hilliard, OH 43026
USA
Cost:
$10+
Contact:
Game Arena
614-808-3434


The Super Smash Bros. Melee and Project M Tournament is a weekly event for both competitive and casual players where everyone has a chance to win cash prizes! Competitors will participate in a double elimination bracket where they will play a series of matches until only one player remains.
Sign-up at the door every Sunday between 5:00 PM and 6:50 PM.

SCHEDULE:
– Sign-Ups Open: 5:00 PM
– Project M Sign-Ups End: 5:50 PM
– Project M Starts: 6:00 PM
– Melee Sign-Ups End: 6:50 PM
– Melee Starts: 7:00 PM
– (Free) Amateur Bracket Starts: 8:00 PM

COST:
– Event Fee (Melee): $5 (goes towards prizes)
– Event Fee (Project M): $5 (goes towards prizes)
– Venue Fee: $5 (goes towards game-time)
The event fee includes all-access gaming for the rest of the evening!

Note: Amateur Bracket winners will receive their entry ($5) and a free entree. Once you win Amateur once you will no longer be eligible until next PR season.

Note: We have all the setups required to run the bracket but you are welcome to bring setups for friendly matches!

All Melee setups are using UCF.

Half of all venue fees will go towards a pot bonus at the next SUPER event!

RULES:

GAME SETTINGS:
– Stocks: 4 stocks
– Time Limit: 8:00 minutes

STAGES:

>>>Neutral<<< - Battlefield - Yoshi’s Story - Dream Land - Final Destination - Fountain of Dreams >>>Counterpick<<< - Pokémon Stadium DETAILS: - Stage Striking: Players/teams eliminate stages from the Neutral stagelist until there is one stage remaining. The player who strikes first may be determined by RPS (rock, paper, scissors) best of one. The winning player/team strikes the first stage. Then the other player/team strikes two stages. Then the winning player/team strikes one more stage and the remaining stage is used for the first game of the set. - Stage Bans: After each game of the set, before counterpicking, the player who won the previous game may ban one stage from the stagelist. This rule is not in effect for best-of-5 sets. All stage bans affect both players, meaning players who banned a stage may NOT counterpick that stage themselves later in the set. - Stage Clause: A player/team may not counterpick any stage they previously won on during the set, unless agreed upon by the opponent.