Event - MTG PPTQ

Game System:
Date/s: 13-05-2018
Time: Any time during Gaming Hall Trading Hours
Game Limit: No limit set
Cost: $25 - $30 on the day
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Magic The Gathering PPTQ

The Hall of Heroes Campbelltown is Honoured to announce that we will be running the Magic The Gathering Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier!


 

When: 13/05/2018
Rego: 10:00am
Start Time: 10:30am
Entry: $25 ($30 on the day)
Format: Standard
Prizes: Boosters
The winner of each event will receive an invitation to compete in one of the Regional Pro Tour Qualifiers.
Pre-registration: (open and recommended)
You can pre-register by paying in full either in store, over the phone or via PayPal.
Phone: 02 4625 8020
PayPal: matt@thehallofheroes.com.au
(For PayPal please send Receipt to events@thehallofheroes.com.au)

The structure for Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifiers is modified Swiss-style, with top players after the Swiss rounds playing in a single-elimination playoff.

TOURNAMENT LENGTH & ADVANCEMENT
Swiss rounds will be each of 50 minutes in length.
Single-elimination playoff matches will have no time limit.
All players may participate in all Swiss rounds.
The top players after the final Swiss round will advance to the single-elimination playoff. The number of players that advanced to the playoff is based on the number of players in the event.
Number of Swiss rounds and number of players that advance to the playoffs is based on attendance according to the chart found on Appendix E of the Magic Tournament Rules.


PLAYOFF
Playoff matches will be best 2 of 3.
Playoff matches will be single-elimination.
While there are no time limits in the playoff rounds, players are expected to play at a reasonable pace and finish their matches within 60 minutes.
Standings after the Swiss rounds will be used to determine final order in the standings for losing players in the quarterfinal and semifinal playoff rounds.
For the first game of each match in the playoff, the player that finished higher in the Swiss rounds chooses either to play first or to play second. For subsequent games in each playoff match, the usual Play/Draw rule applies (loser of the previous game decides whether to play first in the next game).