Console Tournaments

Official Console Tournament thread (go here for rules)

Friday, August 29th
3:30pm~3:00am — Super Smash Brothers Brawl (Wii)
Saturday, August 30th
11:30am~4:30pm — Soul Calibur 4 (X-Box 360)
5:30pm~3:00am — Guitar Hero 3 (X-Box 360)
Sunday, August 31st
12:00pm~5:00pm — Halo 3 (X-Box 360)


  • Registration for ALL console tournaments begins on Friday, August 29th, right outside of the console tournament area.
  • Signups for Saturday and Sunday tournaments will be limited on Friday. Unrestricted registration begins the morning of a specific event, meaning signups for Sunday are also restricted through Saturday. See an individual tournament's section below for more information.
  • Each tournament has two lists: Main and Standby. Once the Main list has been filled up, you can only sign up on Standby. This means you can only enter the tournament if someone from the Main list fails to show up (odds of this happening are generally pretty good). Entrants from Standby are on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • If you do not have a complete team for a team tourney, you must enter on Standby. If you can subsequently find a team before the tournament starts AND there is room on the Main list, you will be moved into a guaranteed spot. Otherwise, you will be paired up with whoever else we choose from the Standby list.

PC Tournaments

Official PC tournament thread (go here for rules)

Friday, August 29th
4:00pm - 7:30pm Call of Duty 4 (5v5)
8:00pm - 1:00am Team Fortress 2 (6v6)
Saturday, August 30th
12:00pm - 4:00pm World of Warcraft (3v3)
5:00pm - 12:00am Battlefield Heroes (6v6)
Sunday, August 31st
11:00am - 5:00pm Starcraft: Brood War (1v1)


  • Registration for ALL PC tournaments begins on Friday, August 29th at 2pm, right outside of the PC tournament area.
  • Only full teams will be signed up. It is your job to join and/or create a team, we're not your babysitter. It is recommended you linger around the pc tournament area at signup time, and at tournament time and your chances of joining a team will be Pretty Good.
  • Check-in time will begin 45 minutes prior to a tournament's starting time. Competitors are required to check-in at least 15 minutes before the tournament's start time. If you/your team doesn't check in during this time, your spot will be opened for another person/team.

General Information

  • All tournaments minus the World of Warcraft tournament will be exclusively using tournament computers provided by Intel. You will be allowed to bring over your mice and keyboards and customize your configurations, you will not be allowed to load software of any kind.
  • If you sign up for a tournament, please be there. If you decide you will be unable to, check in with us and let us know so we can open up a spot for someone else.
  • As a general rule, it's a good idea to show up at least 20 minutes in advance of each tournament, and that will give you time to configure your settings and warm up before the tournament begins.
  • We should be able to sit teams next together for the most part, but in cases where we can't, Ventrilo servers will be available. Feel free to ask if you'd like one and we'll provide you with password information.
  • In team games, please take care in choosing a team captain. Pick someone responsible. Being tall or otherwise easily found in crowd can also help.


Most of the tournaments fill up within an hour or two of PAX opening.

If you want to play in one, best bet is to stand in line before PAX opens [1]


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