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TAK Games Organised Play Guidelines

We are always working to ensure that all players have a fair, enjoyable and safe place to play the Dragon Ball Z TCG. And to help ensure this we have today issued our TAK Games Organised Play Guidelines. These rules have been set out to help players and Tournament Organisers understand what may or may not be fair play within the game.

The organised play guidelines document can be found here: Organised Play Guidelines

The document discusses a range of different issues that may arise during the course of a game or tournament. At the heart of this though is the ability for Tournament Organisers and players to work together to ensure that genuine errors are not harshly punished.

If you do have any questions please feel free to get in touch with us at dbz@tak-games.com.au and we’d be more than happy to help.

Game on!

-Trent (@TAKGames_Trent) and Kyp (@JustKyp)

Australian Dragon Ball Z TCG Organised Play Autumn Season

Participation Winner John C. (VIC) with his SDCC set and son Kai C.
Participation Winner John C. (VIC) with his SDCC set and son Kai.

Congratulations to our Summer Season participation winners, Kenny N. (NSW), John C. (VIC), Chris P. (QLD) and Ryan V. (TAS). We are thrilled with the level of participation so far and the player base continues to grow. We want to make sure that the game is always fun and enjoyable for everyone to participate and ensure that no matter what the result, everyone has a great time.

For the Autumn Season of TAK Games Organised Play, we have taken a considerable amount of time to look at results, listen to feedback offered on our Facebook page and the DragonBall Z TCG Australia group and improve the outcomes for all players. The Autumn Season started on the 1st of April 2015 and will run through to the 30th of June. This is a great time to finish as our next season will coincide with the release of the new Movie Collection booster set. The changes we have implemented for Autumn Season are:

  • For Winners prizes, only your best 8 event results over the course of the season will be added for your season total Championship points.
  • Participation points will always accrue, no matter how many players show up and no matter how many tournaments you attend, in order to give you more chances for participating.
  • In the unlikely event that anyone in the Top 4 are tied on total number of Championship points, our Organised Play page has been updated with our method of solving tiebreakers.

There will be prizes again for the Top 4 overall players, and four participation players. Prizes for this season, at this stage, will be:

  • A choice of Heroic Energy Sphere or Villainous Energy Sphere (1 available)
  • A Piccolo – Stoic alternate art promo (1 available)
  • A set of all promotional cards available in the Autumn Season (1 available)
  • A Panini Dragon Ball Z playmat

In addition to this, the top player in each state will receive a $50 TAK Games store credit, redeemable for singles on the TAK Games online store. To aid players in finding events, we’ve set up an organised play events calendar so you can use this as a reference.

Last but not least, TAK Games will be at PAX Australia in Melbourne from the 30th of October to the 1st of November 2015. We have something special planned to tie in with accumulated Championship points so keep an eye out for an announcement. Let us know what you would like to see in the way of events at PAX Australia.

Game On!

– Trent (@TAKGames_Trent) and Kyp (@JustKyp)

Australian Dragon Ball Z TCG Organised Play Summer Season Wrap Up

SDCC DragonBall Z Promo Set
Who will win this SDCC set as a participation prize?

TAK Games would like to thank all players that participated over the last quarter in the TAK Games Summer Season League. We hope that everyone had a great time competing for some sensational prizes.

We would like to congratulate our champion prize winners. In 1st place, crushing all before him, Victorian Kuan-Ju L. finished off the season with 72 championship points, picking up an SDCC set for his many travels! In second place, Victorian Nathan A. edged out fellow Victorian Fahad R., accruing 51 points in nine events vs Fahad’s ten. Rounding out the group was Queenslander Michael L. in a closely fought finish with Jono C. who was unlucky to miss out. The tie was determined on greater # of tournament wins.

We will be in touch with all winners in order to determine their choice of prize. Participation prize winners will be announced on Wednesday 22nd April, along with details of the next league season. Thanks for your support!

Game on!
– Trent (@TAKGames_Trent) and Kyp (@justkyp).