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Join us at Great Value Smash’s Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U + Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator tournament, featuring Singles and Doubles! If Singles gets more than 24 entrants, the bottom half of placements will get fed into a free Amateur Bracket with a special prize!
**Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator is a bi-weekly tournament, while Smash Wii U is a weekly tournament. Check the our event page to make sure you're here during the correct week!
Great Value Smash aims to provide the best possible local experience for players and spectators of all interest and skill levels. We aim to provide plenty of setups for our players, our exceptional stream goes all night, and all streamed sets are later uploaded to our YouTube channel!
Great Value Smash's local tournaments are held at The Grid Games, a local gaming store that has become a staple in the Connecticut recreational community. Located in the heart of downtown Manchester, there is ample free parking, free Wi-Fi, and dozens of local restaurants offering a variety of cuisines, from pizza to Thai!
REGISTRATION AND FEES
If you have not registered and paid by the deadline for your tournament, you will not be allowed to play. No exceptions.
Venue: $5 per player a night
Singles: $5 per player
Doubles: $5 per player
If you're stuck in traffic but on your way, pre-register on SmashGG. If you can't, call The Grid Games (860-645-9006) and ask for the GVS Tournament Organizer, or comment on the Facebook event page and let the Tournament Organizer know that you are running late. Great Value Smash events start on time, so please be on time!
2:00 PM - Doors Open & Casuals & Registration Opens
2:40 PM - Smash Wii U Doubles Registration Deadline
3:00 PM - Smash Wii U Doubles Tournament Starts
3:45 PM - Smash Wii U Singles Registration Deadline
4:00 PM - Smash Wii U Singles Tournament Starts
Players will be subjectively seeded based on perceived skill level in comparison to the rest of the players present. Attempts will be made to prevent players from similar groups from facing each other early. Players are welcome to view and discuss seeding with the Tournament Organizer before the start of a tournament, but the Tournament Organizer will have the final call.