[Jan 9-11 2015] B.E.A.S.T 5 - Apex World Circuit Official European Event - SSBM/SSBU/PM (Gothenburg)

Lolex

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#1
This is it. What we've been waiting for. THE chance to blow the stupid record from 2008 to pieces.
As the fifth iteration of the B.E.A.S.T series, we have grown bigger than ever! It is still a little too early to confirm names, but you can expect Europe's best to face off against each other. And you never know, we might have intercontinental visitors yet again!





B.E.A.S.T 5 is proud to be a part of the Apex World Circuit!

What does this mean then? It means that we get a ton of nice perks, and I will list them for you right here:
$1,000 Pot Bonus (used towards 1v1 only)
$500 TO budget (Which will be used to sponsor OOContinent players)
Twitch promotion (Twitter & FB)
Apex promotion (Twitter & FB)
Flight + Hotel to winner to Apex 2015 (If winner is already qualified, this will move down to second place)
1-24th to get circuit points. Top 16 in points at the end of the Apex circuit advance into the top 48 man bracket, skipping pools at Apex 2015.

Point system:
1st Place – 500 points
2nd Place – 350 points
3rd Place – 260 points
4th place – 210 points
5th-6th – 160 points
7th-8th – 130 points
9th-12th – 100 points
13th-16th – 80 points
17th- 24th – 60 points
B.E.A.S.T has outgrown its old home and will be hosted in a different venue this time. The venue is yet another school, this time a bigger one and we will have access to more space.

Hvitfeldtska Gymnasiet
Rektorsgatan 2
411 33
Gothenburg
Sweden


As mentioned, the venue is a school. We will have classrooms dedicated for sleeping rooms, so all you need to bring is something to sleep on. And maybe a pillow.
We have to leave the building on Sunday, however, and I understand that this means a whole lot of smashers needing a place to sleep. Here is a guide to find a nice hotel or hostel:
Hotels and Hostels in Gothenburg

General advice and Links:

Overall hostels have a pretty good standard here in Sweden are usually the places to go for value but hotels are conveniently placed very near the venue because of the close proximity to the main boulevard in Gothenburg, compared to a lot of hostels that are slightly further away. Both options are well within walking distance of both the venue and the central parts of Gothenburg, with affordable options available in both categories.

When it comes to booking hotels in Gothenburg, Trivago.com is one of your best places to book. This place usually lists the best deals around and it has a great filtering and ordering system for you to use. You can even use the location address to filter hotels by distance to Röhssgatan, where the venue is located.

When it comes to booking hostels you will be looking at hostels.com for the most accurate and best filtering system. Not much to say about it, it works.

If you are finding yourself booking a accomodation far from the venue, taking a tram or bus to the Centralstation will usually sort you out when it comes to travel, considering all trams except nr 8 travel in that area.
http://www.trivago.com
http://www.hostels.com
Recommendations for value/proximity:
With labelling it as value it is inherently going to be recommendations based on look, person experience and price.

For hostels Linnéplatsens Hotell & Vandrarhem is the winner. This hostel is located just 2km away from the venue, and only 500m to walk if you take the tram number 2 from Linnéplatsen heading towards Mölndal, stepping off at Vasaplatsen. Value is the word here and it's a nice place as well. Free WiFi should be included.

For hotel the recommendation comes in for Scandic Hotel Rubinen for price versus comfort level and the overall state of the hotel. This is also conveniently very close <1km away from the venue. The Elite Park Avenue Hotel located 100m up the road towards the venue is the pricier option around for those who are looking for that.


If you are staying for a longer time and want to look for housing, go to this Facebook Group.

There will be showers!


Friday:

17:30: Venue opens.
18:00: Project: M Bracket starts.
24:00: Project: M ends. Any remaining matches will be played on Saturday morning.

Saturday:

Melee Singles
11.00 - 13.00: Wave 1 (Pool 1-4 | 16-20 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)
13.00 - 15.00: Wave 2 (Pool 5-8 | 16-20 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)
15.00 - 16.00: Break
16.00 - 18.00: Wave 3 (Pool 9-12 | 16-20 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)
18.00 - 20.00: Wave 4 (Pool 13-16 | 16-20 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)

Smash for Wii U Singles
11.00 - 13.00: Wave 1 (Pool 1-2 | 14-16 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)
13.00 - 15.00: Wave 2 (Pool 3-4 | 14-16 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)
15.00 - 16.00: Break
16.00 - 18.00: Wave 3 (Pool 5-6 | 14-16 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)
18.00 - 20.00: Wave 4 (Pool 7-8 | 14-16 Players per pool | Top 4 advancing)

Melee Doubles
11.00 - 13.00: Wave 1 (Pool 1-2 | 10-12 Teams per pool | Top 4 advancing)
13.00 - 15.00: Wave 2 (Pool 3-4 | 10-12 Teams per pool | Top 4 advancing)
15.00 - 16.00: Break
16.00 - 18.00: Wave 3 (Pool 5-6 | 10-12 Teams per pool | Top 4 advancing)
18.00 - 20.00: Wave 4 (Pool 7-8 | 10-12 Teams per pool | Top 4 advancing)
20.00 - 21.00: Break
21.00 - 22.00: Bracket | Up to top 8.

22.00 - 24.00: Crew Battle | Crew "Scandinavia" vs Crew "Europe" | 20vs20

Sunday:

11.00 - 14.00: Melee Singles | Top 64 | Up to top 8
11.00 - 14.00: Smash for Wii U Singles | Top 32 | Up to top 8
13.30 - 14.00: Commentators Panel
14.00 - 16.30: Melee Doubles | Top 8
16.30 - 18.00: Smash for Wii U Singles | Top 8
18.00 - 23.00: Melee Singles | Top 8
24.00: Venue closes.

(Times may yet change before the tournament.)



Online Registration
Last day for registration & Payment: 31 December 2014
Venue fee: 15€
The venue fee will increase over time
22 October - 30 November: 10€
1 December - 31 December: 15€
Melee Singles: 10€
Melee Doubles: 10€ per player
SSBU Singles: 10€
Project: M Singles: 5€


Payouts
Singles payouts
1st Place: 50%
2nd Place: 25%
3rd Place: 10%
4th Place: 5%
5th Place: 3% (x2)
7th Place: 2% (x2)

Doubles payouts
1st Place: 55%
2nd Place: 25%
3rd Place: 10%
4th Place: 5%
5th Place: 2.5% (x2)


(It looks abit ****ed with the spoilers but I don't know why and I'm too tired to figure out now and I have a tournament to run tomorrow, you'll have to manage <3)
* 4 stock, 8:00 minute timer.
* Items OFF.
* Master Hand is banned.
* Wobbling is allowed up to 300%
* Stalling with Jigglypuff’s Rising Pound or Peach’s Wall Bomber is banned.
* Glitches such as Ice Climbers’s Freeze Glitch and Mewtwo’s Soul Stunner are banned.
* Dave’s Stupid Rule: You cannot counterpick any stage you have won on in a set unless agreed upon by the opponent.

Stage Strike from Neutrals for the first match of the set in “1221″ fashion:
1. First player strikes one stage.
2. Second player strikes two stages.
3. First player strikes one stage.

Stage List:

Starter Stages
● Yoshi’s Story
● Fountain of Dreams (singles only)
● Battlefield
● Final Destination
● Dream Land
● Pokémon Stadium (doubles only)

Counterpick Stages
● Pokémon Stadium (singles only)

After each match:
1. Winner announces stage ban (except in best-of-5 sets)
2. Loser chooses counterpick stage
3. Winner chooses their character
4. Loser chooses their character

* 3 stock, 8:00 minute timer.
* All items set to OFF and item frequency set to NONE.
* Input Assist set to OFF.
* Ties after the time limit are determined by stocks, then by percentage.
* Dave’s Stupid Rule: You cannot counterpick any stage you have won on in a set unless agreed upon by the opponent.
* All setups are to be vanilla Project M v3.5. More information at http://projectmgame.com/en/download.

Stage Strike from Starters for the first match of the set in “12221″ fashion:
1. First player strikes one stage.
2. Second player strikes two stages.
3. First player strikes one stage.

Stagelist:

Starter
● Battlefield
● Pokémon Stadium 2
● Final Destination
● Yoshi Story
● Smashville
● Dreamland 64
● Fountain of Dreams

Counterpick
● Yoshi's Island
● Warioware
● Greenhill Zone
● Skyworld
● Lylat Cruise

After each match:
1. Winner announces three (3) stage bans
2. Loser chooses counterpick stage
3. Winner chooses their character
4. Loser chooses their character

* Stock and time are set to 2 stock and 6 minutes
* Custom Fighters are set to off
* Mii Fighters are legal. Each setup will have 1111 Mii
Brawlers/Swordsmen/Gunners available for use (Using Default A Mii). No other specials for Mii Fighters will be allowed. Players are not allowed to transfer existing Miis to a setup.

Stage List:

Starter Stages
● Battlefield
● Final Destination
● Smashville

Counterpick Stages
● Castle Siege
● Delfino Plaza
● Duck Hunt
● Halberd
● Kongo Jungle 64 (Doubles only)
● Lylat Cruise
● Town & City
● Omega Stages*
* Treated as Final Destination in banning phase. If Final Destination is banned, Omega Stages are banned and vice versa.

After each match:
1. Winner announces two (2) stage bans
2. Loser chooses counterpick stage
3. Winner chooses their character
4. Loser chooses their character

* Stage Selection Clause: Any stage may be played on if both players agree to it. Players may NOT agree to change the number of matches to be played.
* Double Blind Character Selection:
Either player may request that a double blind selection occur. In this situation, a 3rd party should be told, in secret, each of player’s choices for the first round. Both players are to then select their first round character, with the 3rd party validating that the character selected is the same as their word.
* Neutral Spawn Points: Players may elect to use neutral spawn points to decide controller ports for the first match in case of any disputes.
* Pausing the game shall only be legal while either player remains upon their OWN re spawn platform, and only for the purpose of summoning a tournament official or in the case of a controller malfunction. All other pauses will incur a stock loss to the player who pauses the game. If the pause causes the opponent to lose a stock, the player who pauses forfeits 2 stocks.
* Warmups: Warmup periods, button checks, and “handwarmers” may not exceed 30 seconds on the game clock. Violation of this rule may result in an automatic forfeit at the discretion of the TO.
* Time Outs / Ties: The winner of a match that goes to time (time out) will be determined by stocks and percentage. When the timer hits 0:00 player with the higher stock count is the winner. If both players are tied in stocks the player with the lower percentage is the winner. In the event of a percentage tie, or a match in which both players lost their last stock simultaneously, a 1 stock tiebreaker will be played with time limit equal to the regular time limit divided by the regular number of stocks. Sudden Death is not to be played at all, and will not count.

Doubles-Specific Rules:
* Life stealing is allowed
* Friendly Fire is turned ON


* All ejections or disqualifications due to violations of the Code of Conduct or individual game rules will be without refund.
* No food or drink inside the venue per building event policy. Finish your meals outside or elsewhere in the building during the weekend.
* No alcohol or illegal substances inside the venue. Getting caught with these items or evidence of the presence of these items will result in disqualification from the event and eviction from the venue.
* No fighting or weaponry inside the venue. Throwing controllers or acting in a way that could pose a danger to other players will result in disqualification from the event and eviction from the venue.
* No refusal to play on certain setups barring extreme circumstances. All players agree to have their matches recorded if requested by the TO.
* All disqualifications due to tardiness will be complete DQs, meaning the disqualified player will be removed from both winners and losers bracket.
* The TO is granted license to use any and all types of video that you may be present in at the event, including camera recordings, livestream broadcasts, and captured gameplay footage.
* The TO is granted license to photograph your image, likeness, or depiction at the event, and you waive any claim for compensation for the event’s use or publication of photographs taken of you.
* The TO reserves the right to deny entry into the tournament to any player suspected of committing anything considered a crime or acting in a manner that is detrimental to the integrity of the event.
* The TO reserves the right to deny payout from event winnings to any player suspected of intentionally throwing a match, splitting a payout, or committing any other form of bracket manipulation.
* The TO reserves the right to settle any unforeseen situations that may occur, and his judgment is final. In extreme situations, rules may be altered between phases of a tournament in the best interests of the event.

Traveling from outside of Scandinavia?
The flight to BEAST 5 is inherently going to be slightly pricier than flying back because of the close date to New Years Eve, so being stricter with arrival date and flexible with departure back date is going to serve your wallet well in this regard.

For Europe, Ryan Air is pretty much your bet. You are most likely going to want to aim yourself to fly directly to Gothenburg, either Gothenburg-Arlanda (GOT) or Gothenburg City Airport (GSE), since travel costs are already going to be low enough that public transportation from other nearby international airports are going to be more expensive.

Flying from the US can be a cumbersome experience with some airlines offering the whole trip but with several long stops along the way.
Your cheapest bet when it comes to airlines is flying with Norwegian to Oslo-Gardermoen (OSL) or Copenhagen-Kastrup (CPH) and traveling the rest of the way with train and buses since there are few alternatives that fly directly to Gothenburg. This cuts down the price of the ticket by more than what the bus/train costs and in most cases lets you fly without any stop along the way, which often takes more time than the added train/bus journey.
If you are comfortable with cost, flying to Gothenburg-Arlanda (GOT) or Gothenburg City Airport (GSE) is the closest you can get.

Flying to Sweden is in most cases going to require you to fly to the East Coast (or get there any way you like it)
There are some exceptions: Norwegian has flights that go directly to and from Copenhagen from Los Angeles, and other alternative airlines might offer similar flights to varying costs.

Traveling from Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport (CPH)
Taking the Train or Bus from Kastrup to Gothenburg is a very easy experience. The Köbenhavns Lufthavn station at the airport has both direct transport and transports with a stop in Malmö that average at around 4 hour travel to central Gothenburg.
Estimated cost with booking in advance: 55$, 420SEK or 45€ round-trip.

Traveling from Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL)
This airport is slightly out of the way from the center of Oslo and requires you to take a train before continuing your travel to Gothenburg. This ticket is at a fixed rate and can be acquired prior to your flight or at arrival for flexibility in arrival to Oslo Central. From Oslo to Gothenburg your best bet is to take a bus for roughly 3.5 hours, since trains are neither direct or time-efficient.
Estimated total cost with bus booked in advance: 65$, 500SEK or 50€ round trip.

Traveling from Gothenburg-Landvetter (GOT)
Buses to and from the airport go every 15-20 minutes during the day to/from the central station that take around 30 minutes and cost roughly 24$, 185SEK or 19€ round trip.

Traveling from Gothenburg City Airport (GSE)
Buses to and from the airport go in sync with Ryan Air flights, leaving 30 minutes after arrival and going back from the central station 2 hours and 20 minutes before flight departure. The journey takes 30 minutes and cost is roughly 20$, 160SEK or 16€ round trip.

Bus from Oslo/Copenhagen to Gothenburg
Train from Copenhagen and within Sweden
Train between Oslo and Oslo Airport
Norwegian Airlines

Alternative bus booking, cheaper in some cases but might need some help with translation
The venue is located very central in Gothenburg and only requires you to hop on a tram for less than 10 minutes.
From the central station you are going to head towards the square where the trams leave and hop on tram number 7 heading towards Tynnered, this tram should be heading right if you approach from the central station. Get off at the stop called "Kapellplatsen."
Tickets are available from blue machines on-board the tram (taking both cash and cards) as well as the travel shop in the middle of the square.







If you have any questions, feel free to contact us on our mail:
BeastTournaments@gmail.com
Or add me on
Facebook: Alexander "Lolex" Gabrielsson
Skype: Alexander.Gabrielsson
Twitter: @Lolex91
Personal mail: AlexanderGabrielsson@Hotmail.com
Feel free to send me a PM here on SmashBoards too.
Also, here's my phone number: 0046 704 379669

See you all in Sweden!
Love,
Lolex.
 
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Hara

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#2
Luigi representing!

Aww yiss.


I'm also willing to help anyone from the US and far away to get the best deals when flying here if they are trying to cut the costs.
 

stelzig

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Interested.

A bit sad to see melee being to late sunday evening though. You even pointed out the reason yourself - people might (or rather some will) leave earlier on sunday to catch planes and stuff. I suppose the same thing could be said for friday (depending on when you start), but I somewhat feel the problem would be worse on the other end.

It seems to me that everyone has some kind of mentality to keep the best for last (same with tournament streams even though it often means they end at like 5am in europe /salt).

God damn project M. I would love to see that moved to sunday instead.
 

Lolex

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#6
Friday is a setting up day, and PM is a minor side event which will be run Friday night. At first there wasn't going to be anything on Friday.

Running a tournament this size in one day is just not possible, that is why we are using both Saturday and Sunday.
 
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I have to agree with stelzig here. It's really unfortunate that some of the Melee tournament will be played late sunday. Moving PM to sunday would be best for everybody, i think. It's the minority of smashers who are actually interested in PM, especially here in Europe. It's very unfortunate for us foreigners. Not that travelling is a drag, but many of us have studies to attend early monday.
 

stelzig

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#8
I figured you weren't planning on doing lots on friday since that's how it's been in the past. I'd still just rather see as little of sunday as possible being used for tournament play when it means people will have to leave before bracket ends.

Ah well I guess it can't be helped :(
 

Lolex

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#9
We will see how it works out. If everything goes as it should, we might run through almost all three tournaments up to top 8 on Saturday, meaning Sunday will end earlier. But we cannot promise anything, so if you have to book a ticket it would still have to be as late as possible kinda.

But yeah, I am aware of the situation and will keep it in mind when we talk to the people in charge at the school about times and such.
 

AvengerAngel

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#10
OMG YASSS <3
Seya and I will almost certainly attend :D
We'll book the tickets in the next few weeks. Hopefully we can find decent flights at decent prices. We'll probably need hosing for a few nights though D:

I've also checked the Apex rules: if we're applying those rules we won't see Bo5 sets before Winners' Quarters/Finals, right?

DSR: You cannot counter pick to any stage you have won on ever.
> This applies to stages we strike to as well, right? And does that mean that a Bo5 set, if it gets played till the 5th match, will be played in 5 different stages? D:
It's not like I'm ever going to play a Bo5 in tournament LOL, I'm just wondering how it works :D

The neutral start thing sounds quite too complicated to remember lol

hypeeeeeee :D
 

Lolex

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#11
Oh ****, I will change that later. We will see more Bo5 sets for sure!

Regarding the stages, I assume we will have to talk it over yet again. I couldn't care less tbh, as I consider the five neutral stages neutral.
 
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Armada

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#13
As it is currently we do get access to the venue pretty late at Friday.
It would not be good to promise everyone we would finish early at Sunday.

Lolex and I have been working a ton on this event already, more than you guys understand and the amount of hours we will put in before Beast even start is so much.

It might suck that everyone can't be back home kinda early at Sunday, but why would missing Monday being THAT much worse than skipping Thursday?

Lolex and I really try our best to give you guys a great experience here, but we can't do the impossible either
 

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#14
With effective TOing and no Smash 4 doubles, it should possible to do Melee dubs/singles and Smash 4 singles over saturday and sunday in a timely manner
 
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Armada

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#15
It would still take a LONG TIME.
People on stream and in person wanna see matches from the late bracket for sure. And even if we finished around 19.00 it would still be pretty questionable to make any flights. Lolex and I both think this is for the best.

After Saturday we need to have enough of a gap so people can actually get some sleep. Preforming with no sleep and being a TO with no sleep is a nightmare to be honest.

In America this is standard to finish on Sundays pretty late, I still don't understand why finish late on Sundays is so much worse than start it super early on Friday (which we can't do currently).
 

Lolex

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#17
Super-TOing is what we'll try, but there's only so much we can promise with 300 people and 10 confirmed Wii U setups atm.

Which reminds me, I should ask people to bring setups in the OP too!


Oh, it will also be interesting to see which country can get the biggest turnout. I'm getting good vibes from UK and Norway especially, so far!
 
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I understand that you're short on time when it comes to TO'ing the tournament. It was just a request, asking about the possibility of having as little Melee on sunday as possible. But if it's impossible to start on pools friday night, then so be it. I'm looking forward to participating nonetheless. :)
 

L!ver

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Lolex, pls keep in mind, when we do Melee Top 8 on Sunday (like 13:00-14:00), we would miss almost all Viewer from US, because then it's like 3am in the night.
 
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SSBU Singles 10 Dollar?

Why no SSBU Teams? :/, And is the flight + hotel stuff to apex just for melee or ssbu singles as well?
 
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Lolex

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SSBU Singles 10 Euros. My bad.

And no SSBU teams, I fear for the time just singles will take considering the probable lack of setups..
 

Armada

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Lolex, pls keep in mind, when we do Melee Top 8 on Sunday (like 13:00-14:00), we would miss almost all Viewer from US, because then it's like 3am in the night.
We never stated we would do top 8 this early, that will in fact not happen. Sunday will be used for tournaments and we do have Smash 4 to focus on aswell, so don't be worried about the viewers, they will be there =)


SSBU Singles 10 Dollar?

Why no SSBU Teams? :/, And is the flight + hotel stuff to apex just for melee or ssbu singles as well?
Right now we don't wanna take the risk since having enough setups for singles alone seems to be VERY hard.
I'm working all the time, trying to get sponsors help us out here, I can't promise anything yet but the situation do not seem hopeless at least
 
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Lolex, pls keep in mind, when we do Melee Top 8 on Sunday (like 13:00-14:00), we would miss almost all Viewer from US, because then it's like 3am in the night.
A lot of viewers don't mind staying up that late. There will be plenty of viewers, no matter on what time of the day it is.
 

Lolex

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#31
Sorry, but this is a Melee tournament first and foremost. The events will stay and a full schedule should be up next week.
 
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Rondelle

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Hey guys, I will be coming from France for the tournament, and since it will be my first time in Sweden, I would like to spent some time here for discover the country, people, etc... I planning to come around the 2 or 3 January and to stay until the end of the tournament, maybe more. Is there some people who can housed me for this period ? I promise, I don't take many place :D
 

Tiersie

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6 Dutchies booked for this so far! Hype! I Was wondering though would it be possible to still set up a Sm4sh doubles side event on Friday, given the resources are present but not in use? It would be a shame to dismiss an entire event just based on the premise that there might not be enough setups. I'm sure the the sm4sh community could rally around and produce a smooth doubles event, even if it isn't an official one.
 

AvengerAngel

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Seya and I have already booked our flights :D
We've waited just a few days and lots of flights disappeared or got A LOT more expensive wtf D:

We'll be there for sure and we'll try to bring with us a few italian players (maybe)
Also how's the winter in Sweden? Is it going to be extremely cold? D:
 

AvengerAngel

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#39
Yes, I did, thanks :D
I also checked the flights on various browsers etc. It's just that the prices have gotten a lot more expensive all of a sudden D:
 
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