(2018) Gundam Versus (PS4)


Friday – Pools (4 Pools, 3 exit per pool)

  • 2:00 – 3:30pm
  • 3:30 – 5:00pm
  • 5:00 – 6:30pm (Streamed)
  • 6:30 – 8:00pm (Streamed)

Saturday – Top 12

  • 11:00 – 2:00pm (Streamed)


  • Platform: PS4
    • All Strikers and DLC will be available.
  • Entry: TBD
  • Prizes: Guaranteed Prizes for top placing teams, details TBA
  • Seeding: Yes (Region & Skill)
  • Registration: Online with capped On-Site. Pre-Reg to guarantee a spot & seeding
  • 64 Team Cap
    • In the event that the 64 team cap is reached, there will be a waitlist available in case of no-shows.
  • Head TO: Brett (@HellaBrett)
  • Stream: twitch.tv/thebrett

Tournament Format

  • Teams of 2
    • If you do not have a team, still register online solo, and staff will be on-site to help pair you with a partner.
  • Double Elimination
  • 2/3 Games per Set
  • 3/5 Games for Losers & Winners Finals
  • 3/5 Games for Grand Finals
  • “3 Out” Pools system (e.g. Combo Breaker)

Tournament Rules

  • Timer: 240 seconds
  • Winning Team must keep suits and Burst type, Losing Team may switch

Stage (Pools): Agreement or Random

  • If opposing teams can come to an agreement on a single map, that stage will be set for their match. Otherwise, the stage will be set to Random Stage.
  • Players have an enforced max of 60 seconds during match preparation to come to an agreement, or they may report the agreed stage at any time before match has been called
  • Pools will be using the “3 Out” system (1 Player on Winner’s side & 2 from Loser’s). Please read this for more information.

Stage (Top 8): Pick/Ban

  • A helper app developed by @LukewarmHoliday operating on a tablet will be provided on-site to facilitate this process.
  • Each team alternates picking or banning stages from the pool of all remaining stages in the following order:
    • Team 1 Bans
    • Team 2 Bans
    • Team 2 Picks
    • Team 1 Picks
    • Team 2 Picks
    • Team 1 Picks
  • [for WF/LF/GF there is an additional round]:
    • Team 2 Picks
    • Team 1 Picks
  • The final pair of picks will have one of the two randomly discarded, resulting in three (or 5) unique stages. The order is fixed according to the order they were picked in. (In this example, Team 1’s first pick is the first stage, followed by Team 2’s first pick).

These rulesets are subject to change. Any changes to the rules prior to the event will be reflected on this page.