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  • Tuesday
    • Registration Opens
  • Friday
    • 8pm EST: Check-In Starts
    • 8:55pm EST: Registration Closes
    • 9:00pm EST: Tournament Starts
  • There is no prizing for this event.
Signing Up
  • Entry is free.
  • Only one entry per person and device (two people can't use the same console)
  • Must join our The Online Local discord (https://discord.gg/pVUHbgX) as this is the ONLY place where tournament communication happens.
  • Players must check-in between 8pm and 9pm.
  • Players are expected to be reachable in discord during check-in period. You will get pinged if you aren't checked in.
  • If you do not check-in, you will be removed from the bracket.
Swiss Phase
  • Swiss goes for five rounds.
  • Players receive 1 point for a match win. Players who get a bye also receive a point.
  • Ties are broken by Total Sets Won -> Game Win % -> Head-to-Head record.
  • The top 8 players will proceed into a single elimination Top 8 phase.
Top 8
  • Single elimination format.
  • All matches are on stream unless otherwise specified.
  • All matches are FT3/BO5.
  • If entrants are low, TO reserves the right to make it a Top 4 instead of a Top 8.
Match rules
  • Communication should take place in The Online Local discord.
  • Each game is best of 3 rounds with a time limit 99 Seconds.
  • All matches are FT3/BO5 games.
  • New characters are selectable upon release.
  • Character switching is allowed for the loser of the previous game.
  • No costume restrictions.
  • No stage restrictions.
Disconnection Rules
  • If the disconnect occurred, in a situation in which victory was guaranteed (such as during a SA cinematic) that victory will be awarded to the player who was going to win.
  • Otherwise, the players will set up a situation as close as possible to the round start before the disconnection. Same amount of round victories and similar amounts of super meter. If you and your opponent cannot agree on the situation, contact your TO.
  • If a player disconnects multiple times during a match, then the opponent will be awarded the round in which the disconnect occurred.
  • If a player is found to have disconnected on purpose, that player will be disqualified from the tournament and subject to a ban from tournaments until further notice.
Poor Connection Guidance
  • In most circumstances, we ask that you play out your match. This tournament is open to players from North and Central America. As such, not everyone is going to have a perfect connection. In online tournaments there are many factors that are outside of anyone's control.
  • That being said, Wifi is not allowed. If you notice your opponent is on Wifi, do not play your match until the get on a wired connection. If they can't switch at all or in a timely manner, they will be disqualified.
  • If you believe your opponent does not have a connection worthy of playing in an online tournament, do not play the match. Stop your match and contact your TO. They will have both you and your opponent do a speedtest. If the speedtests from players are sufficient, you will be asked to complete your match.
  • If a player is found to consistently have a bad connection with many opponents, they may be subject to a ban until they've proven to have a more solid connection.