Hearthstone Saturday Pre-Tournaments


So this Saturday will be our first Pre-Tournament before the Sunday night tournaments at Clutch Gaming Arena
Anyone is welcome to join
All you have to do is Register with BattleTag (and Battletag #) at
http://challonge.com/NCGHearthstone

Also this tournament will not have prize’s at the moment, but if we start to have enough Challengers join that can change for the next one

Official Event Rules
Competition Method: 1v1

Mode: Versus

Game Length: Best of 3

Game Winner: Player who gets opposing players health to 0

Restrictions:
Once a class has been destroyed you must choose a different class(You can not use the same class if you lose with them for the match you are in).

Match Setup:
Matched players will add each others BattleTag and invite the other to a Versus match. Matches will be best of 3 Final match in both primary bracket
and losers bracket will be a Best of 5.

Requirements:
ALL players must be ready at the start of the tournament at 5pm! If there are any issue’s that end up happening upon starting let the Admin know.

ALL results must be reported to Administrator and will be reflected on Challonge
after report of win or loss (depending on the
reporting player.)

NO third-party program or any trace of scripts will be allowed. It will be considered in violation of these rules, and you will be summarily disqualified (DQ’d.)

Stoppage of Play
A player who is experiencing technical issues may call for a game restart or pause within the first 5 minutes of a game.

This includes:
hardware malfunction (monitor, peripheral, etc), physical disruption (fan interference, table or chair breakage), or mechanical issue (driver crash, app crash, OS crash etc.)
Unintentional disconnect: if the Battle.net service goes down, internet connection goes down,etc.
If a player intentionally disconnects, or leaves the match, with no spoken or given reason, the game will be considered a win for the opposite player.

Unfair Play
The use of any cheat program and/or hack.
An intentional disconnection without a proper and explicitly stated reason.
The forgiving grace is an OS crash. Refer to Stoppage of Play.
Intentionally allowing the opponent to win.
Unsportsmanlike or disruptive behavior such as inappropriate and/or unprofessional actions directed towards another player or tournament official (Administrator and lackey(s))
Using a known game bug or exploit. 
Upon discovery of any player committing any violations regarded as “unfair play,” the offending player, at the sole discretion of the tournament admin, may receive a warning, forfeit loss, or disqualification from the tournament. During the course of the event, the tournament admin may determine other actions to embody unfair play.

LAST OF ALL, JUST HAVE FUN

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