San Diego Winter Gamefest 2011 - 1/22/11 - Free to Enter - $500 in prizes


UCSD Sixth College Technology Committee proudly presents:
Sixth Annual Winter Game Fest


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Sponsorship by MadCatz and The Box Arena
LiveStream from the event.

What: Winter Game Fest VI
When: January 22-23, 2011
Where: UCSD Price Center Ballroom A and B, Price Center Ballroom East, Multipurpose Room.
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92092
Who: You! SoCal Street Fighter Players. 64+ entrant double elimination bracket.
Why: The (Super) Street Fighter segment at UCSD WGF has been a growing event in UCSD gaming event history. Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place and lots more fun to go around.
How to sign up: Sign ups ARE ONLINE HERE Sixth College Technology Committee | Tech Committee ASSEMBLE. More information later how to do that later! Registration is FREE!
Prize Structure:
1st: $300
2nd: $150
3rd: $50

Free on weekends. Will post diagram later to show where to park.

Super Street Fighter IV
Platform: PS3
ESRB Rating: Teen 13+
Competition Method: 1 vs. 1
Match Length: Best 2 out of 3 games, Best 2 out of 3 matches
Double Elimination

Saturday, January 22, 2011
Price Center Ballroom East
Check-In 10:00am
Tournament End: 9pm (could be earlier, all depends on you)

  • Timeline subject to change
  • There will be 15 minutes between each round to take a break and setup; however, matches will begin promptly after the 15 minutes and any time after the 15 minutes will be counted toward the time for the match.

Super Street Fighter 4
99 Second Rounds
Best 2 Out of 3 Rounds
Best 2 Out of 3 Matches
Finals is best 3 out of 5 Matches
Double Elimination
Winner Stays with Same Character
Winner is allowed to change Ultras if opponent changes characters

No Characters Banned


Players must sign-up with their real name and show ID at check-in. WGF reserves the right to not allow a player to sign up for the tournament if the player refuses to show ID. A player may use any in-game screen name he or she wishes as long as he or she has shown ID at check-in.

Players must bring their own fightstick to play on. There will not be computers provided at the event.

Players are expected to arrive on time. Players that arrive more than 15 minutes late for the start of the qualifying and final rounds will be seen as forfeit. Players that do not appear within 5 minutes of a scheduled match will be given a warning or a loss.

Players are expected to have manners, and any inappropriate behavior, as decided by the tournament master, can result in disqualification.

Any attempt to cheat will result in disqualification. This includes but is not limited to intentionally viewing the other player’s screen, map hacking, intentional disconnection of the game, or unauthorized plug-ins.

Players are not allowed to pause during the game unless it is due to technical difficulties or disturbances. Any other reason for pausing can result in a warning or loss. If the game is paused, it will only be started under the consensus of both players. If a player starts the game without the approval of the other player, a tournament official may decide on a warning or a loss.

Participants of event must be over the age of 18 or approved by parent or guardian.
By participating in the event, you are agreeing to all aspects of these rules.


Any other intentional practice that is determined as unfair and/or usage of a program bug, at the sole discretion of the tournament master, can result in a warning at the minimum or loss by default for the offending player.

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