If you’ve been enjoying our Pokémon Standard League on Sundays, be sure to come and join us Sunday, November 11/19 for our Standard League Cup! This organized play season runs from October 1st through December 30th. How many Championship Points will you earn this season??
Date: Sunday, November 11/19
Doors Open: 11am
Registration Ends: 11:55am
Round One Starts: 12:10pm
Entry Fee: Masters $20; Seniors/Juniors $10
Format: Standard. This includes cards from E Regulation Block and newer. Swiss Rounds will be Best-of-One matches and rounds will be 30 minutes long. Top Cut Single elimination Rounds will be Best of 3 and 60 minute rounds.
There will be no lunch breaks, please plan accordingly.
Structure: League Cup feature Swiss Paired rounds and include a top cut for additional single elimination rounds. All players will play in all Swiss rounds. The amount of Swiss Paired rounds is determined by how many players attend.
1-8 Players: 3 Rounds
9-16 Players: 4 Rounds
17-32 Players: 5 Rounds
33-40 Players: 6 Rounds
9-20 Players: 2 Single Elimination Rounds
21-40 Players: 3 Single Elimination Rounds
Championship Points will be awarded based on final placement after the Swiss Paired Rounds.
Prizing will be a Official Pokémon Champion play mat
Also first place in Masters will receive an 8ft Miraidon and Koraidon Table Playmat.
Also There will be 2 raffles Juniors/Seniors for 8 foot Miraidon and Koraidon table playmat.
1st Place: 50 CPs + ~40% of prize packs (split if there are 2 winners)
2nd Place 40 CPs + ~20% of prize packs
3rd/4th Place: 32 CPs + ~10% of prize packs
5th-8th Place: 25 CPs (if we reach 24 players) + ~5% of prize packs
9th-16th Place: 20 CPs (if we reach 48 players)
Capped at 40 players total:
25 players for masters
15 players for juniors/Seniors
*First come basis
Each Division (Juniors, Seniors, and Masters) will have their own Prize Pools. With masters we will add 3 booster packs to the prize pool for each player in that division. And for seniors and juniors we will add 2 booster packs to prize pool with entry. For example: If there are six Juniors, their prize pool will be 12 packs. If there are 10 Masters, their prize pool will be 30 packs.
Prizing from each prize pool will be distributed within each division based on performance.