Tonight we’ll be debutting the first ever LIVE I Don’t Even (Listen to This) Podcast! To celebrate OHN14 in just a couple of short days, we’ll be giving the first ever look at the final brackets for the weekend along with our predictions live on the air. Come join the chat and tell us why we’re wrong from 8pm tonight. The normal show (and a new video archive!) will be up tomorrow
Now that registration has closed and the brackets are almost ready, we have some important updates for everyone attending the OzHadou Nationals 14 this weekend. This includes information about the tournament schedule, registration process, rules and other important matters.
The final schedule for OHN14 has been announced. You can find full details courtesy of the official OHN14 website. For anyone that has made plans based on the draft schedule, it’s worth noting that there have been no significant changes besides a condensing of the run time for the Project M tournament.
Registration for Competitors
All competitors must report to their pools on time at OHN14 or risk disqualification. We recommend you arrive 30 minutes prior to the commencement of your scheduled pool start time. Due to time constraints we must start all pools on time and we WILL disqualify players if necessary to ensure that happens.
Attendees may only compete once they have received their competitor pass from the registration desk. To avoid being stuck in a queue before your pool begins, we recommend competitors collect their pass on Friday wherever possible. Failing that give yourself plenty of time (say an hour or more) to collect your pass prior to the start of any pools. We will have a limited registration desk presence on site Saturday morning from 9am for people who have pools commencing at 10am.
All attendees must present their OHN receipt at the desk to receive their pass, so either print your receipt out beforehand or have it on your phone/tablet for us to inspect. Once we confirm your receipt against our records you will be able to enter the venue.
Do not lose your pass! Without it you will not be able to enter the venue or, in the case of competitors, play any games, including tournament matches.
Rules Update for Street Fighter V
We have an important update to the rules for Street Fighter V at OHN14: all top 8 matches will be best of 5 games, with all other matches being best of 3 games. This change brings OHN14 into line with other Capcom Pro Tour Asia tournaments that have recently taken place.
Remember that the tournament rules are available on the OHN14 website and all players are assumed to have read and agreed to comply with the rules prior to entering the tournament. Rules will NOT be open to debate with players and the Tournament Director reserves the right to change these rules if deemed necessary for the good of the tournament.
More Coming Soon!
Soon we will publish the final tournament brackets online for all tournament games at OHN14, including DIY tournaments. We will also provide a list of the stream channels that will be covering the event. Check this site and the OzHadou Facebook page for all the latest announcements regarding OHN14.
The next Gold Coast Throwdown is taking place this coming Tuesday at Good Games on the Gold Coast. Organisers Gold Coast Fighters will be providing casual setups for Street Fighter V, Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- and the recently released King of Fighters XIV.
Time: tournament starts around 6:30pm
Location: Good Games Gold Coast, 8/130 Scarborough St, Southport, QLD 4215
Entry Fee: $5 venue entry
Visit the Gold Coast Fighters Facebook page for further details.
The next Thursday Throwdown casual session will be taking place tomorrow. These casual sessions, organised by Brisbane Fighters at GUF Brisbane, provide a great chance for players to get some practice between local tournaments.
Date: Thursday, August 25th.
Location: Level 1, 279-281 Brunswick Street Mall, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, QLD 4006
Entry Fee: $5 venue fee
For more details on Throwdown Thursday visit the event page on Facebook.
|Sonic Boom | SF5
1st: SilverAsch (Nash)
Top 3 for SFV (left to right): Taj_Garou, SilverAsch and Sedgehammer.
Top 8 Matches from Sonic Boom 6
The August CouchWarriors ranbat for “traditional fighters” took place last Saturday, with some of the results and photos from the event provided by the official CouchWarriors Facebook page. Here’s a summary of the top 3 players from three of the tournaments that went down.
August 20th Ranbat Results
You can check out the running points tallies for the 2016 ranbats by visiting the Results Section of the CouchWarriors website.
Community leader and OzHadou party correspondent FaYd today shared the details of this year’s OHN after party, which will be taking place once everything is said and done after Street Fighter V on Sunday evening. Here are the details:
- Location: K1 Karaoke, 31-37 Dixon St, Haymarket NSW
- Time: 11:30pm-3:30am
- Price: $25 for 4 hours. Youssef will be collecting payment on the evening and throughout OHN, so if you would like a spot please see him sooner rather than later
- Part of your entry will include complementary food (6 platters of chips, wedges, chicken wings, squid balls, nuggets and calamari rings) and drinks (2 champagne bottles for each room)
Please bear in mind there is a 150 person cap, so if you’re interested in attending please be punctual. ‘
We are pleased to announce that Manpuku will be supporting OzHadou Nationals 14 again this year with another special, Street Fighter themed menu. For a limited time, you can go to the Chatswood or Kingsford branch to grab:
- Guren Enjin Kyaku (Ken Ramen)
- Yoga Sun Burst (Dhalsim Ramen)
- Inazuma Spin Hold (Laura Ramen)
Hit the jump for a look at the menu and some photos of the special menu up close
Today is the final day of registration for OzHadou Nationals 14. At midnight tonight online registrations will close. With only 33 passes left to sell at the time of this post this will be our final call for registrations.
We also have the final event trailer for OHN14 with editing by Goodpart and music by shaboogen.
Don’t miss out on the largest tournament in OzHadou’s 15 year history!
In addition to competing at OzHadou Nationals 14, legendary Japanese fighting game champion Daigo Umehara has provided us with approximately 100 copies of the English translation of his book The Will to Keep Winning. This translated printing was first available to purchase at Evolution 2016 so for most Australians OHN14 will be a rare chance to pick up a physical copy of Daigo’s first book.
Sales will be strictly limited to one book per pass holder and will be sold at OHN14 on Friday and Saturday only. The price will be finalised by the Friday of OHN14.
After the jump we have an introduction to the book courtesy of Daigo.