June turns up the heat on organised play competition in Australia with Local Championship events kicking off around Australia. Participation in these events will be well rewarded with the best performing player over the Local Championship and Regional events earning a paid invite to participate in the 2016 Dragon Ball Z World Championships event in the US. World Championship invite points will be awarded based on final placing and number of players present at each event. A player’s top three finishes in Local Championship and Regional events will count towards their final ranking.
Local Championship Tournaments
Local Championship events will be conducted with Swiss rounds and a top cut based on the number of participants. The Panini Dragon Ball Z TCG Tournament Guide will determine amount of rounds and top cut. Challonge will be used to run the Local Championship events.
In addition to the Current Rulings Document and Tournament Guide found here, an updated TAK Games Tournament Guide will be in effect to help guide players on expected player behaviour.
- $25 (pre-registration), or:
- $30 (on-site registration).
- Winner: $400 travel stipend to 2016 Nationals, trophy and exclusive playmat.
- 2nd: $200 travel stipend to 2016 Nationals.
- 3rd – 4th: $50 travel stipend to 2016 Nationals
- 5th – 8th: $25 travel stipend to 2016 Nationals
- Participation: minimum 2 booster packs
Below you will find the dates and store locations hosting the Local Championship events.
SATURDAY JUNE 4th, 2016
SATURDAY JUNE 11th, 2016
NEW SOUTH WALES
SATURDAY JUNE 18th, 2016
SATURDAY JUNE 25th, 2016
SUNDAY JUNE 26th, 2016
NEW SOUTH WALES
Good Games Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW – Event Details – Pre-Registration
How to accumulate points
Points will be issued to players in the similar fashion as TAK Games League Seasons. Each player’s top three (3) results over the TAK Games Local Championships and Regionals will track towards their final ranking, with the top ranked player at the conclusion of the Organised Play season to receive a paid invite to the 2016 Dragon Ball Z World Championships.
- First Tie Breaker – Highest Win Percentage
- Second Tie Breaker – Highest Total Number of Wins
- Third Tie Breaker – Lowest Total Number of Losses
- Fourth Tie Breaker – Highest Total Number of Players at Events Contributing to Rank
Progress will be tracked on a leaderboard located on the regional championships page.
TAK Games are thrilled to bring organised play events to Australian players throughout the 2016 season and look forward to seeing as many participants as possible. If you have any questions regarding organised play, please contact us at email@example.com, via our Facebook page TAK Games or group Dragonball Z TCG Australia or via Twitter @TAKGames_au.