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The NJ Rejects: Fight Night bi-weekly tournament series

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First and foremost, I'd like to say thanks to everyone that came out to the event last Saturday. We had a decent turnout for Skullgirls and Super Street Fighter IV, with a solid 20+ for Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. The staff did a great job running the tournament with our limited amount of setups, as well as pleasing the players with 3/5 games per match. Hopefully for the next event we can have more setups to allow things to run even smoother, since we will most likely have more entrants. For my first tournament stream, I did my best but I have a ton of awesome ideas planned for future spectators that I'll discuss upon finalization.

Video Archive of the event.

The North Jersey Rejects: Fight Night tournament is located at:

Gamer’s Edge 498 Kearny Ave, Kearny NJ

The venue has tons of space, cheap snacks and beverages, and is also within walking distance of Chinese food, pizza, Peruvian, and Brazilian restaurants. (Although no outside food is allowed in the venue, sorry.)

Date/Time:

March 2nd Tournament sign-ups and casuals start at 5PM Tournaments start at 6PM

Pricing:

Venue Fee: $3 Tournament Fee: $7 per tournament (that goes directly to the prize pot) Anyone who brings a full setup (TV, console, game that we are running a tournament for) will get free venue fee! Prize pool for all tournaments will be split 70%(1st), 20%(2nd), 10%(3rd)

Games: (Skullgirls run on PS3, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 run on Xbox 360)

Game#1 Skullgirls Tournament will be double elimination will be run using tournament mode settings. All team sizes and compositions will be allowed. Matches will be best 3 of 5 with losers finals, winners finals, and grand finals being 4 of 7.

Game#2 Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom 3 Tournament will be double elimination and will be run using default settings. Matches will be best 3 of 5 with losers finals, winners finals, and grand finals being 4 of 7.

Game#3 ?? We will run any game that brings at least eight people.

Look out for more information as we finalize plans for future events! Send over any suggestions to kevinjsmalls@gmail.com and I'll present them to the tournament organizers so we can build something incredible.

Events, GamesKevin Sparkzart