Brisbane’s weeknight casuals return to GUF Brisbane this evening, August 15th. These sessions, organised by Brisbane Fighters, provide a great chance for players to get some practice between local tournaments. As the event is BYOC, players are encouraged to bring setups for Street Fighter V, Tekken 7 and any other fighters they would like to see represented. Details for the event are below, but be sure to check the official event page for more info.
Team Solid will be hosting Queensland’s OHN15 Tekken 7 qualifier at Brisbane Square Library, Saturday September 2nd from 2-9pm. The meet will be taking place in the Community Meeting Room in the library and anybody who can bring a setup is encouraged to do so.
For full details, visit the official event page on Facebook.
Canberra’s monthly tournament series returns to Reload Bar & Games on Sunday August 13th, featuring both Street Fighter V and Tekken 7. These tournaments are run in association with Stick Addiction, Canberra’s fighting game community and this month’s results will impact Canberra’s seeding at OHN15 in September. $20 will get you entry into both tournaments as well as a complimentary drink from the bar and a pizza for the group, with bar tab prizes will be on offer for the winners of both tournaments. Setup will take place from about 2pm, with the tournaments commencing from around 3.
For further details visit the Facebook event page.
WA Dramatic Battle Opera wrapped up last weekend featuring Perth’s IeSF Qualifier for Tekken 7. Congratulations to B.A.B.M.P who has won his flights to the finals for IeSF in Sydney, as well as all the other winners from the weekend. Here are the full results:
2nd) Stuart G
7th) Lazy Janxsprit
| Street Fighter V
2nd) VS FV | YassBass777
|Ultra Street Fighter IV
|Street Fighter III: Third Strike
1st) (Testudo) Phalanx)
2nd) Alma Penzare
- Street Fighter V
- Tekken 7
- Injustice 2
- Guilty Gear Xrd Rev2
- Blazblue Central Fiction
- Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown
Additionally, the Tekken tournament will serve as the qualifier for the International Esports Federation Event. The winner of the ranbat gets sent to compete in the finals hosted in NSW and the winner of that goes to Busan, South Korea to compete. You can find out more about the IeSF event here.
Come for a day of tournament excitement and casuals – if you place well in the ranbat season you can win medals and prizes at the end of the year!
Further details regarding the schedule for the August 19 ranbat can be found here
ESG E-sports Gym will be be hosting OHN15 qualifier events over 2 days, with Street Fighter V/Injustice 2 taking place on August 26th and Guilty Gear XRD Rev 2/Blazblue CentralFiction/Tekken 7 on August 27th. For August 26th, Injustice 2 signups take place from 12:30-1:30pm for a 2pm start and Street Fighter V will have signups from 5:30-6:30pm for a 7pm start. You can find out more information about the event below or over on the Facebook page.
ESG E-sports Gym will be be hosting OHN15 qualifier events over 2 days, with Street Fighter V/Injustice 2 taking place on August 26th and Guilty Gear XRD Rev 2/Blazblue CentralFiction/Tekken 7 on August 27th. The tournament times for August 27th’s events are as follows:
- Guilty Gear XRD Rev 2
- Blazblue CentralFiction
- Tekken 7
You can find out more information about the event below or over on the Facebook page.
VROOM VROOM – YSB revs back into the Red Room on August 19th with Abigail in SFV! This is the last YSB before OzHadou Nationals 15 in September, so it’s your last chance to get some serious gaming in before the big event next month.
This YSB is also the qualifying event for OHN15. Placing well at this YSB will give you seeding at the nationals, so make sure you don’t miss it. If you haven’t already, make sure you register for OHN at the non-‘Hollywood’ rate at http://ohn.ozhadou.net/.
Additionally, the Tekken 7 Tournament at this YSB is NSW’s OzHadou x IeSF Tekken 7 Qualifier, with the winner to compete against other states’ qualified players in Sydney for a chance to represent Australian Tekken in Busan, South Korea. For more information, please refer to http://www.ozhadou.net/ozhadou-x-iesf-tekken-7-qualifiers/.
Registration for YSB is performed via the Smash.GG portal (http://smash.gg/ysb55), where you can pay using a debit or credit card. Even if you are paying cash on the day, you can sign up online to make sure you’re in all your brackets ahead of time and then fix it up with the door staff upon arrival. Please make sure all tournament fees are fixed prior to the start of the tournament or you will be disqualified from the bracket.
Centralised registration on the day will cease at 1pm so if you arrive after that, please find one of the tournament organisers floating around and sign up via one of us. Registration for all Smash games open at 12 and close at 12:30.
Tournament times for this month are as follows:
*note: Registration closes 10 minutes prior to tournament time, please make sure you’re early so you don’t miss out
12:15pm – Super Smash Bros. Melee Doubles
12:30pm – Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Doubles
1:00pm – Street Fighter V, BlazBlue: Centralfiction
1:30pm – Super Smash Bros. Melee
2:00pm – Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st], Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown, Skullgirls, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
3:00pm – Tekken 7, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, King of Fighters XIV
4:00pm – Guilty Gear Xrd REV2
5:00pm – Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Injustice 2
Tournament participation is optional and tournaments will only be run if there are a sufficient number of entrants for each bracket on the day. Signups will open 30 minutes before each scheduled start time and close 10 minutes before the bracket is scheduled to start, look for a YSB staff member to register. The tournament fee for SFV and Injustice 2 is $5 with the entry distributed to the top 3 players. Tournament fees for other games are up to the organiser of each respective tournament and will be decided on the day.
In addition to the listed tournaments, there will be plenty of casuals available for a variety of games on the day. These range from the KOF franchise to older titles to a variety of anime games. If you’d like to co-ordinate casuals for a particular game, drop a comment on the Facebook event or speak to a YSB staff member on the day and we’ll be more than happy to try and co-ordinate a setup. BYO set-ups are also strongly encouraged.
See you there!
Team Solid will be hosting the Queensland qualifier for the IeSF Tekken 7 series on August 19th at Jubilee Hotel. The winner of the tournament will qualify for the Australian finals and will be flown to Sydney to compete for the opportunity to represent the country at the IeSF finals in Busan later this year. It’s $10 for those who wish to enter the tournament, but casuals and spectators get in for free.
Details for the event can be found below but for everything else, including tournament format, rules and prizes, visit the official event page on Facebook.
Perth’s Tekken community will be working in conjunction with OzHadou for the Western Australia qualifier for the IeSF Tekken 7 series, which will take place as part of WA Dramatic Battle Opera on August 5th-6th. The winner of the tournament will qualify for the Australian finals and will be flown to Sydney to compete for the opportunity to represent the country at the IeSF finals in Busan later this year. Tournaments for Street Fighter V, Injustice 2, Ultra Street Fighter IV, Street Fighter III: Third Strike, Guilty Gear XRD Rev 2 and BlazBlue: Centralfiction will also take place throughout the event. For all tournament times, please refer to the Facebook event for more information.
It’s free to enter but the community are encouraged to support the venue by purchasing food and drinks.