Tag Archive: Qualifier

[Can] SFV ACT Qualifier for OHN14 – Results


Stick Addiction ran the official SFV ACT qualifier tournament for OzHadou Nationals 14 last Sunday at Three D6. Victory went to William Nguyen, defeating Michael Bernie in the grand final. Both players will receive rank seeds in SFV at OHN14.


Top 2 for SF5 (left to right): William Nguyen and Michael Bernie.

Players getting plenty of games in at the ACT SF5 qualifier for OHN14.

Registration for OHN14 closes in less than 3 weeks, so make sure you register online to take your place in the next chapter of the OHN series. You can also get involved with the Canberra FGC by joining the Stick Addiction Facebook group.

[Can] Street Fighter V at Three D6 – April 16th


Update: this event is now an official qualifier for Street Fighter V at Battle Arena Melbourne 8.

The next monthly Stick Addiction tournament for Street Fighter V is taking place this Saturday at Three D6. This will be the last Three D6 event before BAM8 so those gearing up for the 2016 Australian majors circuit will want to make the most of this meet.

This SF5 tournament will be run using PS4 consoles and the tournament will be open to all players.

Date: Saturday, April 16th
Time: 11:00am
Location: Three D6, 6/38 Reed Street North, Tuggeranong, ACT 2900
Entry Fee: $10

Full details, including tournament format and rules, are available on the official event page.

Ozhadou YSB17 – Sydney BAM5 Qualifier! May 4, 2013

Ozhadou’s Monthly tournament series, Ozhadou York St Battles, returns on May 4!

Date: Saturday 4th May 2013
Time: 12pm – 11pm
Location: Red Room, Level 1, 99 York St Sydney NSW 2000
Entry Fee: $15

In addition to the usual YSB format, this YSB’s tournaments will double as Sydney/NSW’s seeding qualifiers for the next major tournament, BAM5.

Register for BAM5 here http://www.couchwarriors.org/bam/

Discuss YSB in the event forum http://forum.ozhadou.net/index.php?topic=7959.0

The doors will open at 11.30am so we can start setting up. If you’re bringing setups, it is recommended that you come at this time so you can set your stuff up as well. Also, if you plan on parking downstairs you will have more chance of getting a spot if you’re early.

You are free to move about any setup you like playing various casual games, though in the interest of fairness and ensuring everyone gets games in, please restrict your casual matches to the best of three games, before swapping out with someone who is waiting. Winner stays on.

Bring Your Own Controller (BYOC)
To prepare for future major events like OHN and aligning ourselves with EVO, setups provided by OzHadou for casual and tournament play will not have any controllers (sticks/pads). If you want to play on these setups, you will need to plug in your stick or pad. There will be no spare controllers available. On the slight chance that people aren’t using their stick or pad, you can ask them for permission to borrow it. Keep in mind they are allowed to refuse. Guilt tripping them will not be tolerated. Alternatively, if you have made arrangements beforehand with your friends to share sticks that’s fine as well. Seriously though, save yourself the hassle and carry a back pack with a stick/pad in it.

OzHadou setups are all Xbox360. For those people who are bringing their own setups that use other consoles, sticks should be provided. The Sydney Tekken Community intends to provide all equipment (including sticks) and will be playing TTT2 on PS3, although availability of setups for Tekken at this stage is yet to be confirmed. Further details for Tekken will be coming soon.


Entry fee: $5
Start time: 3.30pm
Format: singles, default settings, double elimination, best of 5 games
Other: top 3 players will split the prize money 60/30/10.

Entry fee: $5
Start time: 5pm
Format: singles, default settings, double elimination, best of 3 games
Other: top 3 players will split the prize money 60/30/10.



How to Get Here
The venue has directions here: http://www.99onyork.com.au/YORK/client/GeneralContent/c_singleDynamicPage.jsp?pageName=How%20to%20Get%20Here. If you’re catching public transport, get off at Town Hall Station or the Queen Victoria Building (QVB). When you arrive at 99 on York, head through the automatic doors that lead into the club on the right and walk up the stairs to level 1 and turn left.

The venue also offers parking. Details can be found here: http://www.99onyork.com.au/YORK/client/GeneralContent/c_singleDynamicPage.jsp?pageName=Car%20Parking. The parking entrance is located at 168 Clarence St Sydney NSW 2000. The rate is $20 non-members for the whole day. Please note: you will need to hand your keys to the car park manager. As mentioned before, you will probably need to get in early for parking as other rooms may also be booked.

There are other car parks around the area if you don’t like the idea of handing them your keys and for cheaper too.
Cinema Centre Car Park (Centro Parking): accessible 24/7 from 521-527 Kent St and 306-318 Sussex St. $10 on Saturday if you enter before 5pm.
http://www.wilsonparking.com.au/go/regions/darling-harbour (Darling Quarter is $7 for the whole day)