The Best of 5 series will be played using the Conquest format. The format is explained as follows:
- The first player to win 3 games within the match is considered the winner of the match.
- Players are to have 4 decks each, of which one is banned and each class cannot have more than 1 deck.
- A player must win one game with each of his three remaining decks to win the match.
- When a player wins a game, the deck used by the winning player cannot be used for the remainder of the match.
- The losing player can keep the same deck used or switch to a different one of their choice.
- Players must challenge each other before picking classes.
- Once in the challenge screen, players may request a screenshot of the opposing players class select screen. Players must do this without cancelling the challenge or face disqualification.
- If players do picks before entering a challenge. Then a player may not enter his deck collection screen and head straight into the challenge. Failure to do this and entering the deck collection screen could face disqualification.
The player at the top spot of the bracket decides who has to call his 4 Heroes first. The second player who has to call their Hero, has to place their ban first.
Here is an example:
1) Player A writes a Hero (#1)
2) Player B writes a Hero (#1)
3) Player A writes a Hero (#2)
4) Player B writes a Hero (#2)
5) Player A writes a Hero (#3)
6) Player B writes a Hero (#3)
7) Player A writes a Hero (#4)
8) Player B writes a Hero (#4)
9) Player B bans a Hero (#2)
10) Player A bans a Hero (#1)
11) Player A has Heroes #1, #3, and #4 at their disposal and Player B has Heroes #2, #3, and #4 at their disposal.
Players are requested to check the email they used to submit results during the tournament regularly as tournament officials will be communicating with you regarding prize collection.
• The Clan MaD Hatters tournament terms and conditions apply • Right of admission reserved • The tournament officials decision is final • The Clan MaD Hatters reserves the right to modify any and all rulesets without notifying the contestants
Thank you to Ryan Norden and Francois Mouton for your help with the tournament rules.