Feb
15

New Jersey Burst!

  Clifton, New Jersey
Final Turn Gaming
120 Market St
  Back half of store (inside).
1:00 PM on 02/15/2020
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Format
Burst

Most official Beyblade Burst gear can be used.

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5 cash  

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Location: Final Turn Gaming, 120 Market St, Clifton, NJ 07012. 
 
For Parents: Tournaments will take Several Hours to complete. Do take note and tell the organizer if you need to leave early. We do not know how when we will end (this is my first time hosting). Parents are also not allowed to drop off their children. 

Parking info.
A small parking lot available. Free street parking is also an option.
 
 Prizes!!!!!!!!
One: Takara Tomy starter booster Beyblade. 
Two: Random layer boosters.

...And glory!
 
First place will have the first pick. Second and third will choose what is left in the order of their placing.
 
Please, Arrive On Time!

Please be sure to arrive ON TIME for this tournament. We will start registration at (12:30 PM) and will begin the tournament at approximately (1:00PM). If you think you're going to run late, please let me know via a post through this thread, Discord (Roh’bel#5258) or a PM and I'll see what I can do.
 
Confirming your attendance on the WBO event page or Discord does not substitute for registration at the venue.
 
Please be aware of the community rules. Registering for the tournament and not showing up is a Tournament Violation. https://worldbeyblade.org/Announcement-Community-Rules
 

Need-to-Know Information

1. During Registration, Open Your Account Page

Open your account page on your mobile device (if possible) during registration to help us keep things quick.

2. Arrive On Time

You must arrive by the tournament start time to enter. We cannot add new players to an event once it begins. If you're running late, contact the host.

3. Stay Aware of Your Belongings

We do everything possible to ensure a safe environment, but can't be held responsible for lost or stolen goods. Keep your gear close by!

4. The Tournament Will Last At Least a Few Hours

This event is likely to last at least a few hours. If you can't commit to the entire tournament, you're welcome to come watch and play for fun instead!

5. Listen For Your Username To Be Called

Your name will be called when it's time for your next battle. If you need to leave early or take a break, tell a judge. Missing a match could mean disqualification!

(Feb. 09, 2020  9:23 PM)Roh\bel Wrote:
(Feb. 09, 2020  9:05 PM)r3volution Wrote: This is my account it’ll be his first tournament and he has been asking for months when we would be able to make it to a local tournament.

As long as you remove the account that is not participating, you should be fine.
Ok I will swap accounts
Can u still participate if someone leaves
(Feb. 10, 2020  10:22 PM)RockStar9 Wrote: Can u still participate if someone leaves

Usually about 10 people that sign up to a tournament don't end up going (which is a problem) so you can ask Roh'bel to be on the waiting list and you can join the tournament if someone doesn't show up at the venue.
I'll have a Big Bang Yenesis for sale if anyone is interested!
(Feb. 11, 2020  5:40 PM)Sniper Wrote: I'll have a Big Bang Yenesis for sale if anyone is interested!

new?

Everyone,

Thank you for your interest. I am unable due to open slots due to the space. There is a way for you or your child can free play. A waiting list may be available, it is not a guaranteed slot. I will make an announcement for the next event and it's location this Saturday after the tournament.
This tournament does not feel fair
two people are in the top 25 for burst while some barely even done tournaments
(Feb. 12, 2020  1:24 AM)Ajtheawsome111 Wrote: This tournament does not feel fair
two people are in the top 25 for burst while some barely even done tournaments

There are pros and newbies in every tournament, so what are we going to do with the top Bladers? Ban them from tournaments until everyone else has the same amount of tournament experience? Either way, the seeding process makes it easier for newer Bladers to advance and harder for more experienced Bladers, since everyone gets matched up with someone of a similar skill level. In fact, the best I've ever placed was in my first tournament. I got second place, only losing to Ardmore Bladers, who is currently the 7th best Blader in the WBO rankings, and even that matchup was down to the last point. Of course, I've had years of experience with Beyblades, so my first tournament probably wasn't as intimidating is it might be for less experienced Bladers. Plus, everyone you see in the top 25 started at the same BeyRank as you: 1000. If anything, that should motivate you into doing your best instead of just thinking that you're not going to beat any good Bladers.
(Feb. 12, 2020  1:24 AM)Ajtheawsome111 Wrote: This tournament does not feel fair
two people are in the top 25 for burst while some barely even done tournaments

Do not underestimate unranked bladers! I have seen many make it to the finals in their first tournament by reaching the top 8 during a tournament.

Unfair would be asking experienced bladers not to participate. If you're unhappy about them attending the tournament, no one is forcing you to participate.
true im not in top 25 (yet) but i would consider myself pretty experienced tbh
(Feb. 12, 2020  6:49 PM)Quiqui 23 Wrote: true im not in top 25 (yet) but i would consider myself pretty experienced tbh

Quite true. You've won at least two tournaments that I'm aware of, and probably placed in the finals numerous other times.

We can't exclude you just because you're good.
its my sons first tournament I’m not expecting him to do great but it’s about the fun. It’s part of the reason I think it’s kind of a good thing to mix the skill levels some because it forces progression in skills and gets you used to losing lol. I usually started most things after my cousins so I had to play catch up lol. But it was great for learning and pushing to further skills. So I’m hoping he will still have a good time.
(Feb. 13, 2020  1:34 AM)Banana blader Wrote: How do u in sign up

Are you asking to be removed from the tournament? To Un-Sign-Up? You have to get a moderator to do it for you if the tournament's capped.

Do you wish to be removed? Yes or no.
(Feb. 10, 2020  10:54 PM)CitrusNinja3 Wrote:
(Feb. 10, 2020  10:22 PM)RockStar9 Wrote: Can u still participate if someone leaves

Usually about 10 people that sign up to a tournament don't end up going (which is a problem) so you can ask Roh'bel to be on the waiting list and you can join the tournament if someone doesn't show up at the venue.

Hi, who is Roh’bel? I’m new and I would like to be placed on the waiting list.
Hey DeceasedCrab I actually have to somehow get my account off the tourney and my sons on. I know a mod or maybe Roh’bel could help out?
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:07 AM)Trist@n Wrote:
(Feb. 10, 2020  10:54 PM)CitrusNinja3 Wrote: Usually about 10 people that sign up to a tournament don't end up going (which is a problem) so you can ask Roh'bel to be on the waiting list and you can join the tournament if someone doesn't show up at the venue.

Hi, who is Roh’bel? I’m new and I would like to be placed on the waiting list.

Roh'bel is the organizer of this tournament. just stating that you want to be on the waiting list should be enough, although you can also just sign up at the venue if there are enough spots.
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:17 AM)r3volution Wrote: Hey DeceasedCrab I actually have to somehow get my account off the tourney and my sons on. I know a mod or maybe Roh’bel could help out?

Risky. You'd have to get a mod to remove you from the tournament and then have your son's account register right after. During that time, anyone would be able to jump in and take the spot. What I would do is ask Roh'bel if if would be okay if you can remain registered holding a slot here, and then at the tournament, have your son's account ready and have him actually be registered at the event instead of you.
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:17 AM)r3volution Wrote: Hey DeceasedCrab I actually have to somehow get my account off the tourney and my sons on. I know a mod or maybe Roh’bel could help out?
It would be easy to use the profile that registered for the event. Next time, use the appropriate profile.
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:38 AM)DeceasedCrab Wrote:
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:17 AM)r3volution Wrote: Hey DeceasedCrab I actually have to somehow get my account off the tourney and my sons on. I know a mod or maybe Roh’bel could help out?

Risky. You'd have to get a mod to remove you from the tournament and then have your son's account register right after. During that time, anyone would be able to jump in and take the spot. What I would do is ask Roh'bel if if would be okay if you can remain registered holding a slot here, and then at the tournament, have your son's account ready and have him actually be registered at the event instead of you.

Ok cool thanks I’ll ask and see what happens.

(Feb. 13, 2020  5:50 AM)Roh\bel Wrote:
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:17 AM)r3volution Wrote: Hey DeceasedCrab I actually have to somehow get my account off the tourney and my sons on. I know a mod or maybe Roh’bel could help out?
It would be easy to use the profile that registered for the event. Next time, use the appropriate profile.

Yeah I was going to but there was one spot so I just had to. Ok not a problem sounds good. Deceased also mentioned you might be able to use his username to register at the event. Either way I’m sure it’ll work out
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:56 AM)r3volution Wrote:
(Feb. 13, 2020  5:38 AM)DeceasedCrab Wrote: Risky. You'd have to get a mod to remove you from the tournament and then have your son's account register right after. During that time, anyone would be able to jump in and take the spot. What I would do is ask Roh'bel if if would be okay if you can remain registered holding a slot here, and then at the tournament, have your son's account ready and have him actually be registered at the event instead of you.

Ok cool thanks I’ll ask and see what happens.

(Feb. 13, 2020  5:50 AM)Roh\bel Wrote: It would be easy to use the profile that registered for the event. Next time, use the appropriate profile.

Yeah I was going to but there was one spot so I just had to. Ok not a problem sounds good. Deceased also mentioned you might be able to use his username to register at the event. Either way I’m sure it’ll work out
Yeah, I don't know what's up with what DC said about changing profiles "have your son's account ready and have him actually be registered at the event instead of you"

(I'm guessing challonge/seeding). I know he is knowledgeable about how things are run but, this is my first time hosting, this will be an ordeal to say the least. Those who are in the event can not be changed by the organizer. Please, ask a mod. But remember, once the slot is opened, I can not hold it. And remember, I will host every Saturday in New Jersey.

Also, do not make new accounts to hold a spot for a friend or child. Telling me that you did so will (and then ask me to change it for the or at the day of the event) only make me ask a mod to remove you and anyone associated with that user.
Well here's the thing: I can't hold that spot either. Once I deregister an account from a tournament, it's a free for all. If the organizer isn't willing to just leave your account registered r3volution and then switch it on the day of to someone else's account, then we have to try and do this another way. PM me and I'll see if we can time the deregistration with your son's account registering.
I can’t un join bc the cap is reached
(Feb. 14, 2020  3:04 AM)LegendV3 Wrote: I can’t un join bc the cap is reached

I took care of it.
(Feb. 14, 2020  6:23 PM)Djgamer Wrote: I will get all of you

Presents? How thoughtful.

Might want to clarify so that doesn't sound like an ominous threat.