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Street Fighter V (PS4) Tournaments Qualifier #4 North America West

Violence
Mild Blood
Mild Language
Suggestive Themes
Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB
GameStreet Fighter V
1 v 1
Prizes
Start time :09/17/20202:00 AM
Check-in time :09/17/20201:30 AM
Signed Up :122 players
Violence
Mild Blood
Mild Language
Suggestive Themes
Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB

Tournament Type: Swiss-System

Quick Rules

How to play:
  1. Add opponent to friends list
  2. Start SFV
  3. Open a custom match
  4. Invite your opponent
  5. Start the match
  6. At the end of the match, take a screenshot of the in-game result and upload it when submitting the final match result at the "Report Result" option in the Event Match page.

Tournament Details:

  • Random player seeding
  • Tournament system: Swiss*
  • Number of rounds: 4+
  • No elimination until round 4, after that there will be elimination after 1 loss
  • Round 5th will start only for players that went 4:0 score, If there’s less than 16 players with a 4:0 score additional players will be added according to the ranking
  • Round 6th will start only for players that went 5:0 score
  • In case of a tie with the Buchholz system, an additional 7th round will be played with the tied players

Game settings:

  • Time: 99 seconds
  • Victory Settings: First to 2
  • Character Select: On
  • Hardware configuration: No preference
  • Private Slots: On
  • Password: Custom
  • Map: Random

*Swiss is a cup system where you won't get kicked out of a Swiss cup after your first loss, you will stay in the Swiss cup until a certain loss-threshold has been reached or the cup has finished. Every Swiss cup has a fixed amount of rounds. In every round you will be matched against opponents of your skill group, based on the current player score (for example, players who have a 1-1 score face others with the same score). A ranking will be shown at the end of the cup based on the points of every contestant's performance.

** Buchholz is a method to break the tie-score, by giving each player a raw score of one point for each win. The sum of the raw scores of the opponents played is used to break ties.

Check out the Official Rules here

Requirements

  • You must sign in to PlayStation Network.
  • You must be at least 16 years of age.
  • You must have an account for PlayStation Network in one of the following countries: Canada, United States

Programme

This tournament belongs to Street Fighter V PS4™ Tournaments.
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