Tournament Series 9 BSSC Official Roomtours [Won by: zaaya!]

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Series 9 BSSC Official Roomtours
We are back with a new format for the Series 9 edition of BSSC Live Events! Instead of having just two roomtours determine who advances to the 4-player playoff to earn CP, we will be having a total of eight. Players will earn points based on their finish in each roomtour they participate in, and the top four point-earners will be the ones who advance to the CP playoff. In order to encourage participation and full and competitive tours, there will be no Best Finish Limit for roomtours, so playing in every one that you can will be to your advantage!

Official Roomtour Schedule:

Weekend 1:
  • Tour 1: Friday, July 9, 8 PM EDT (GMT-4)​
  • Tour 2: Saturday, July 10, 12 PM EDT (GMT-4)​
  • Tour 3: Saturday, July 10, 10 PM EDT (GMT-4)​
  • Tour 4: Sunday, July 11, 10 AM EDT (GMT-4)​
Weekend 2:
  • Tour 5: Friday, July 16, 8 PM EDT (GMT-4)
  • Tour 6: Saturday, July 17, 12 PM EDT (GMT-4)
  • Tour 7: Saturday, July 17, 10 PM EDT (GMT-4)
  • Tour 8: Sunday, July 18, 10 AM EDT (GMT-4)
How it will Work:
  • An announcement will be made in the PS room 10 minutes before the scheduled start time, as well as a reminder in our BSS Discord.
  • Once you see a tournament with the name: "Series 9 Official Tour #X" appear in the PS room, join, fight, and win! Signups will remain open for 5 minutes before the tournament starts.
  • The winner will earn 3 Points, runner-up will earn 2 Points, and semi-finalists will receive 1 Point.
  • Results will be tallied in this thread after each tour for transparency in tracking the race for top 4
  • At the end of the second weekend, final results will be tallied and the playoff bracket will be set up. Qualifying players will be tagged in a subsequent post in this thread and standard Smogon tournament rules for the playoff will be outlined at that time.
  • Tiebreaks will be decided by number of tours played (higher number wins tiebreak) and then Bo3 play-in if needed.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to PM me on Smogon/Discord!
 
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Overall Standings (tours played)
1. chemcoop - 12 (6)
2. zaaya - 8 (6)
3. Mishimono - 6 (5)
4. twincell - 5 (3)
5. GroudonEmpire - 4 (3)
T6. marilli - 3 (1)
T6. LosOjosROJOS - 3 (2)
T6. Thick Fat Azumarill - 3 (7)
T9. greilmercenary9 - 2 (3)
T9. CoilBuildeer - 2 (5)
T9. zhangt6 - 2 (3)

T9. nakabisha2 - 2 (1)
T13. POKWE - 1 (2)
T13. Omastar68 - 1 (1)
T13. Remi the mimikyu user - 1 (4)
Individual Tournament Results
Tour 1:
Tour 2:
Tour 3:
Tour 4:
Tour 5:
Tour 6:
Tour 7:
Tour 8:
 
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After two weeks of tournaments, we have our top 4! Thank you to everyone for participating, and we hope to bring this back for BSSC for Series 10, and also a monthly roomtour schedule for something like the Prize Winner (^) rank in the near future!

Anyways, here is the playoff bracket:

Semi-Finals:
1. chemcoop vs. 4. twincell
2. zaaya vs. 3. Mishimono

Playoffs will be Best of 3, Single Elimination with no teamlock. Replays are required.

Simulator Glitches: Any battle mechanics not properly implemented in the simulator used for a tournament battle are fair game, unless explicitly banned by that tournament's rules. Illegal movesets that are not restricted by the simulator fall into this category as well. However, this does not include faulty tier scripts; for example, if there was a bug in the BW OU tier script that allowed you to use Drizzle and Swift Swim on the same team, taking advantage of this would result in disqualification in that battle. If a game breaking glitch is discovered, we will make a blanket tournament ban on that glitch via an announcement in the Tournaments forum until it is fixed.

Ghosting: The player in a tournament battle should be the one making their own decisions. Do not tell a player what move to make in a tournament battle (i.e. do not "ghost" them), and do not make your moves based on another person's suggestions. If we are made aware that someone playing a tournament battle is making some of their moves based mainly on the suggestions of someone else, punishments may be handed out to both parties involved.

Identity: Pretending to be another player in relation to a tournament battle is strictly prohibited. Do not try to impersonate or play as another player. This applies to the use of alts as well. Any player who breaks this will be disqualified and may be subject to further punishment.

Rule Breaking: If a player breaks a rule during a battle, they are disqualified from that particular battle. If it was a single battle in a series, they will still have the opportunity to play the rest of the series.

Draws: If a battle ends in a draw in an elimination tournament or another tournament format that is unable to handle draws, there should be a rematch between the players with the option for both players to change teams.

Forfeiting: A player may forfeit their battle during or after the battle, as long as the result has not been confirmed by the host. If a player forfeits before a battle commences in the first round of a tournament, they are eligible for substitution if appropriate. We highly recommend that you do not forfeit your tournament battles just because you got lucky, but we do not enforce this.

Host / Tournament Director Decisions: The host may make a judgment call on the outcome of a battle with a disputed result, even if one player has broken the rules. If you believe the host has made an unjust decision, you may inform the Tournament Director responsible for the tournament of the situation and request that they make a final call on it.

Sportsmanship: If a player displays exceedingly poor sportsmanship before, during, or after a tournament battle, they may be disqualified or otherwise punished.


Please complete semifinals by Sunday, July 25 at 11:59PM EDT (GMT-4)
 
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Finals:
2. zaaya vs 4. twincell

Playoffs will be Best of 3, Single Elimination with no teamlock. Replays are required.

Simulator Glitches: Any battle mechanics not properly implemented in the simulator used for a tournament battle are fair game, unless explicitly banned by that tournament's rules. Illegal movesets that are not restricted by the simulator fall into this category as well. However, this does not include faulty tier scripts; for example, if there was a bug in the BW OU tier script that allowed you to use Drizzle and Swift Swim on the same team, taking advantage of this would result in disqualification in that battle. If a game breaking glitch is discovered, we will make a blanket tournament ban on that glitch via an announcement in the Tournaments forum until it is fixed.

Ghosting: The player in a tournament battle should be the one making their own decisions. Do not tell a player what move to make in a tournament battle (i.e. do not "ghost" them), and do not make your moves based on another person's suggestions. If we are made aware that someone playing a tournament battle is making some of their moves based mainly on the suggestions of someone else, punishments may be handed out to both parties involved.

Identity: Pretending to be another player in relation to a tournament battle is strictly prohibited. Do not try to impersonate or play as another player. This applies to the use of alts as well. Any player who breaks this will be disqualified and may be subject to further punishment.

Rule Breaking: If a player breaks a rule during a battle, they are disqualified from that particular battle. If it was a single battle in a series, they will still have the opportunity to play the rest of the series.

Draws: If a battle ends in a draw in an elimination tournament or another tournament format that is unable to handle draws, there should be a rematch between the players with the option for both players to change teams.

Forfeiting: A player may forfeit their battle during or after the battle, as long as the result has not been confirmed by the host. If a player forfeits before a battle commences in the first round of a tournament, they are eligible for substitution if appropriate. We highly recommend that you do not forfeit your tournament battles just because you got lucky, but we do not enforce this.

Host / Tournament Director Decisions: The host may make a judgment call on the outcome of a battle with a disputed result, even if one player has broken the rules. If you believe the host has made an unjust decision, you may inform the Tournament Director responsible for the tournament of the situation and request that they make a final call on it.

Sportsmanship: If a player displays exceedingly poor sportsmanship before, during, or after a tournament battle, they may be disqualified or otherwise punished.


Please complete finals by Sunday, August 1 at 11:59PM EDT (GMT-4)
 
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