Final Fantasy TCG: North American Local Qualifier at Gamer’s Lair

Location
Gamer's Lair

Date/Time
Date(s) - August 25, 2018
12:30 pm - 10:30 pm


The event starts on August 25th 12:30 pm at 274 Burton Ave #3206, Barrie, ON

Please note: There is an attendance cap of 36 players. We recommend you pre-register by clicking here.


Local Qualifiers (LQ) are an opportunity for local game stores and event organizers to host a summer FINAL FANTASY TRADING CARD GAME (FFTCG) event which will be officially sanctioned as a qualifying tournament in the 2018 FFTCG competitive circuit. First Place winners of LQ events will automatically qualify for participation in the 2018 North American Championship!

Are you the best Player in Canada?  If you think so, then prove it by attending!

This will be a constructed event and will follow the same standard rules as Crystal Cups: sqex.to/2JQ

 


Entry

Entry is $25 and includes 5 packs of “Opus VI”. Additionally, the following prizes will be awarded based on standings:

  • 1st Place: Qualify to Participate in 2018 North American Championship,* Local Qualifier Trophy, FFTCG Playmat, Dissidia Promo Card Pack, FFTCG Card Sleeve Pack**, Premium Foil Promo Card**
  • 2nd Place: FFTCG Play Mat, Dissidia Promo Card Pack, FFTCG Card Sleeve Pack**, Premium Foil Promo Card**
  • 3rd-4th Place: FFTCG Card Sleeve Pack**, Premium Foil Promo Card**

*Qualifying for NA Championship does not award player with travel or accommodations. If Champion has already qualified for participation in the North American Championship, qualification will then pass down to the player next in rank at this event who has not yet qualified.
**Card Sleeve Design and Promo Card awarded may vary between individual Local Qualifier events.


Tournament structure
The tournament will use the following structure:

  • 9-16 Players: 4 Rounds of Swiss, cut to top 4 players elimination (Prizing awarded afterword)
  • 17-32 Players: 5 Rounds of Swiss, cut to top 4 players elimination (Prizing awarded afterword)
  • 33-40 Players: 6 Rounds of Swiss, cut to top 8 players elimination (Prizing awarded afterword)

A swiss round means that players are not eliminated regardless of how many losses occur. Elimination means the player is dropped from the tournament after a loss.