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• Date: Saturday, May 2nd
• Time: 12:00 PM
• Entry Fee: FREE! Just register yourself.
• Tournament Structure**
• Format: Standard, Best of 3 (Traditional Play) Open Decklist Round Time: 50 Minutes Rounds:** • Swiss (Based on attendance) with cut to top Top 8 • Top 8 choice of play/draw based on placement in the end of Swiss. • Using MTG Arena "TOURNAMENT MATCH" challenge option
• Prize Structure** (guaranteed regardless of attendance):
1st: $200 Credit at thebeardeddragongames.com
2nd: $100 Credit at thebeardeddragongames.com
3rd/4th: $50 Credit at thebeardeddragongames.com
5th-8th: $25 Credit at thebeardeddragongames.com
You will have until the start of the tournament (12:00 PM) to submit your decklist. Submit your decklist via the “Player Controller” page If you fail to submit a legal decklist, you will be dropped from the tournament.
• Matches:** Everything happens in your "Player Controller" page. Pairings will be announced in the form of a notification, voice notification, SMS notification (if you activate it in your profile settings) and your player controller page will display your pairing in the "Current Pairing" section.
• In-Match Rules**
You will have 5 minutes to check-in and start your matches. You will be dropped if you don't start communicating with an admin or your opponent 5 minutes after the round is paired. Pay attention to all notifications throughout the tournament.
Players should be aware of known issues in MTG Arena.
If a player runs out of time on MTG Arena, then they will automatically lose the match.
Problem with your match? Talk to an admin using the chat tab in the bottom right corner.
Issues with MTGMelee? Contact us via our Discord server as a last resort!
In the event that there is a dispute between players, we may ask for a screenshot in order to better understand a situation, or as a way to have proof that something is occurring. We also highly-recommend that you take a screenshot of every Victory screen when playing in a tournament, showing both players’ names; in the event of a dispute over which player won a match, these screenshots will generally act as concrete-proof of a victory.