Jan
04

SA Showdown

  San Antonio, Texas
Tournament Results
Dragon's Lair Alamo Ranch
5511 W Loop 1604 Suite 111
12:00 PM on 01/04/2020
Format
Burst

Most official Beyblade Burst gear can be used.

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Admission
5 cash  

Venue fee.


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1. During Registration, Open Your Account Page

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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!

Good luck, Steve! Get that Texas scene going again!
Approved! Good luck Smile Feel free to reach out to an organizer if you have any questions.
This is awesome, if it was a few days early I could join but by the 4th I won't be in SA no more, and this might've been my only oppertunity

And now I'm sad
(Dec. 24, 2019  4:33 AM)Spider Sniper Wrote: This is awesome, if it was a few days early I could join but by the 4th I won't be in SA no more, and this might've been my only oppertunity

And now I'm sad
Dragons lair is hosting a meet up on Saturday if you would like to battle.
(Dec. 24, 2019  3:05 PM)HalfOrcSteve Wrote:
(Dec. 24, 2019  4:33 AM)Spider Sniper Wrote: This is awesome, if it was a few days early I could join but by the 4th I won't be in SA no more, and this might've been my only oppertunity

And now I'm sad
Dragons lair is hosting a meet up on Saturday if you would like to battle.

This Saturday?
(Dec. 25, 2019  3:12 AM)Spider Sniper Wrote:
(Dec. 24, 2019  3:05 PM)HalfOrcSteve Wrote: Dragons lair is hosting a meet up on Saturday if you would like to battle.

This Saturday?

Yep
(Dec. 25, 2019  11:57 PM)HalfOrcSteve Wrote:
(Dec. 25, 2019  3:12 AM)Spider Sniper Wrote: This Saturday?

Yep

I sadly won't be able to go since that's the day I'm going to SA and it's a long drive
Too bad it can't be Sunday
(Dec. 27, 2019  10:16 PM)Spider Sniper Wrote: Too bad it can't be Sunday

They probably aren't going to or aren't able to change the date to accommodate one blader.
How do I sign up to join?

Can I sign up here. Because I live in kerrville. But I wanted to do a tournament. I have never played in a beyblade tournament before.

And does it cost to join? If so how much?

Can I pay for the entry fee at the door?

That's the only way I can join the tournament.
is the entry fee paid at the event? I see no place here for it
(Dec. 31, 2019  8:34 PM)Nonobeast Wrote: is the entry fee paid at the event? I see no place here for it

Yes you will do it at the event.
Registered along with K.O._kid.
Excited to join our first event.
Question: Is this event open to all ages?
Thanks for the reply
(Jan. 02, 2020  10:36 PM)BurstCity_kid Wrote: Registered along with K.O._kid.
Excited to join our first event.
Question: Is this event open to all ages?
Thanks for the reply

Yes open to all ages.
(Jan. 03, 2020  12:15 AM)HalfOrcSteve Wrote:
(Jan. 02, 2020  10:36 PM)BurstCity_kid Wrote: Registered along with K.O._kid.
Excited to join our first event.
Question: Is this event open to all ages?
Thanks for the reply

Yes open to all ages.

Great, thanks!
how much time should I set aside for this tournament? and will there be breaks or should I take snacks?
(Jan. 03, 2020  4:27 PM)Nonobeast Wrote: how much time should I set aside for this tournament? and will there be breaks or should I take snacks?

Tournaments can take several hours, depending on the number of participants, format, number of judges, and number of beystadiums. A 24 person tournament will likely be a 5 round Swiss, so you should expect it to take 4-ish hours.

Bring snacks, the only real break will probably be between first round and finals. Going out for food at any point during the first round is risky.

It looks like the tournament BEGINS at noon so you're going to want to get there early. Being late may mean not participating.
(Jan. 03, 2020  4:27 PM)Nonobeast Wrote: how much time should I set aside for this tournament? and will there be breaks or should I take snacks?

About four hours would be ideal. In between rounds are mini breaks which is just the wait time for your next match. So you could bring snacks. I remember at my first tournament, my dad ordered a pizza for lunch.
Any chance there might be more spots open?
Just have a quick question, even though the number of participants are all filled up can we still pay to get inside & watch the tournaments?
(Jan. 04, 2020  1:35 AM)cie148 Wrote: Any chance there might be more spots open?

Won’t know until tomorrow

(Jan. 04, 2020  2:53 AM)NikoCalvillo Wrote: Just have a quick question, even though the number of participants are all filled up can we still pay to get inside & watch the tournaments?

Free to watch come on down open play for everyone
Great job Steve and staff at Dragons Lair!
Burstcity_kid and K.O._kid loved the event. We look forward to the next one.
great tournament!!!! I had lots of fun and met a lot of other blades. thank you