GORILLAZ BATTLE III by Monkeys-UnitFrench links (up to date but untranslated information) :
-Storm : http://stormarmada.xooit.com/t2990-Gorillaz-Battle-3-29-30-Juin-2013.htm#p78747
-Monkeys Unit forums : http://www.monkeys-unit.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=270
This is going to be the third edition of the yearly French Brawl tournament held by the same association as the last two, the Monkeys-Unit, with Leon's help. Same recipe as always, let's not fix what's not broken !
Useful information :
-80 players max.
-Brawl only tournament
-The address : 10 bis boulevard des Bouvets, 92000 Nanterre
-You can access the venue easily by taking the RER A (the big red line on the subway plan), stop at Nanterre-Préfecture on the west border of Paris. The venue is about 10 minutes away from the station. Tickets can cost you anywhere from 1€ to 10, make sure you know what you're buying. The train company's official website : www.ratp.fr/en
-Stay the night at the venue and attend the 'Nocturne', a nightly side tournament with the craziest of the French players ! The nature of the event is to be decided in the night and your ability to actually get some sleep at the venue may be altered by said event.
-France has unique electric plugs and sockets.
-Double MK is banned in doubles.
- Saturday :
- 1pm : doors open
- 1pm-4pm : freeplay, registrations
- 4pm-10pm : doubles, freeplay only on available wiis
- 11pm : start of the Nocturne
- Sunday :
- 9am : free breakfast for the ones who attended the 'Nocturne'
- 9am-noon : freeplay, registrations
- noon-10pm : singles
- Entry for both days + Nocturne : 15 euros
- Entry for sunday only : 10 euros
- Entry for the Nocturne : 5 euros
- Singles : 5 euros
- Doubles : 5 euros per player
You have to pay for the entry+the tournament(s) you wish to attend.
Cash prize :
Dependant on the amount of attendees.
Housing topic on Storm :
Come say hi, and that you need housing. We'll try to find somebody that's capable of housing you !
No info yet. If there isn't a stream, which is probably going to be the case, all videos from the top 8 will be recorded and uploaded to www.youtube.com/smashtournoi within a month after the tournament. Make sure you subscribe !
More useful stuff from the thread :
Teneban said:From Paris-Charles de Gaulles :
Take the RER B, direction Robinson or St-Remy-lès-Chevreuses, stop at Châtelet Les Halles, then switch to the RER A, direction St-Germain-en-Laye, Poissy or Cergy le Haut, and stop at Nanterre-Préfecture. The blue dot with the 'RER' marking on the plan above is the stop, walk 10mn and you're at the venue.
From Orly :
The airport has a couple dedicated bus lines, one of them does continuous trips to the station 'Antony' of the RER B. From there, take the RER B direction Roissy Charles de Gaulles or Mitry-Claye, stop at Châtelet Les Halles, then switch to the RER A, direction St-Germain-en-Laye, Poissy or Cergy le Haut, and stop at Nanterre-Préfecture. The blue dot with the 'RER' marking on the plan above is the stop, walk 10mn and you're at the venue.
Also, this is the official website for both airports : http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Home/Teluoborg said:If you want to come by train look at that site : http://www.elipsos.com/
If you want to come by bus go there : http://www.eurolines.com/es/
By plane you should get either charles de gaulle (Roissy) or Orly, since they are both at the same distance from the venue (do not go to Beauvais).
INTERESTED PLAYERS LIST :
River (the French one )