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 FLC Smash Bros. 2v2 Tournament Event

Matches are Bo3 and are to be played at the scheduled time on GEEX. The winner of the series moves on to play their next matches in the Winner's Bracket. If you lose your series though, don't worry-- you aren't out quite yet! Since this tournament is double elimination, teams play through the loser's bracket for the opportunity to compete in the finals.

Match Settings
Stock Match (3 stocks, Stock Timer set to 8:00)

Items set to NONE and all item slots turned OFF

Damage Ratio set to 1.0

Handicap set to OFF

Rage set to OFF

Stage Hazards set to OFF

Stage Morph set to OFF

Custom moves set to OFF

Team Attack set to OFF

Mii Fighters are legal, but must use default moveset

Stages

Battlefield

Pokémon Stadium

Smashville

Final Destination

Yoshi’s Island (Brawl)

Counterpicks

Fountain of Dreams

Yoshi’s Story

Town and City

Warioware, Inc.

Battlefield Stages*

Omega Stages**

* If Battlefield is banned, then all Battlefield stages are also banned.
** If Final Destination is banned, then all Omega Stages are banned.

Communication

Players must ensure they are communicating with Tournament Admins through the GEEX Platform.
Make sure that you let an admin know if one of your teammates is going to be a little bit behind, for example.

Admins can be found as "Staff" in this event.

If players fail to be ready to play within 10 minutes of admin’s request their match may be forfeited. Multiple occurrences will result in the team being dropped from the tournament.

Players failing to communicate with tournament admins may have matches forfeited or be dropped from the tournament.

Disconnects and Technical issues

Pauses are only available to teams in extreme circumstances, such as technical or network issues. Tournament Admins should be notified of reasons for the pause and will determine the proper actions forward to resolve paused matches

Tournament Admins will allow a maximum of 2 minutes of pause time and 2 pauses per matchup. Players must resolve the issue within that time. Failure to resolve the issue will result in the continuation of the match as normal.

In the event of a disconnect, the game should be resumed and the remaining time in the match played out.

Cheating, Griefing, and other dishonorable conduct

Depending on the level of dishonorable conduct the offending player may receive a warning or have their team dropped from the tournament.

The Tournament Admins have final say in dealing with bad behavior. They have the final say and there is no appeal process.

Reporting any issues with behavior must be brought to the Tournament Admins not the offending players.

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