Pokemon: Cosmic Eclipse League Cup
504 N. Alafaya Trail
Suite # 115
Orlando FL 32828
Attention Pokemon Trainers!
Join us for our Pokemon Cosmic Eclipse League Cup (2020 Season) here at Cool Stuff Games in Waterford Lakes!
Date – Saturday, January 4, 2020
Registration Opens – 11:00 AM
Tournament Begins- 12:00 PM
Entry – $10
Format – Standard*
*PLEASE NOTE* This event will follow Standard guidelines, meaning only from set Sun & Moon Ultra Prism and forward will be legal for play.
CAP – 160
THERE IS NO PRE-REGISTRATION, just arrive early the day of the event and register when you are at our location.
DECK LISTS REQUIRED (we will have blank lists here if needed). If you need a decklist you may fill out one online and print this and bring with you – http://pokegym.net/decklist/pokemon.htm
Bring your Pokemon ID with you as this will be required to play (if you need one, we can issue you a new one)
We will play 30 minute best of 1 swiss rounds (amount determined by amount of entries) until a top cut has been reached of Top 4 or Top 8 (varies by attendance).
Top cut will then play out in 60 minute rounds best of 3, Single Elimination, until we have champions.
Age divisions will be grouped for Juniors, Seniors, and Masters. Each division will have their own pairings, rounds, top cut, playoffs, and rewards.
All players are required to have 60 card Standard decks, sleeved (in good condition), a Pokemon Coin (or clear 6 sided Die), damage counters (6 sided Dice are permitted), and a GX Counter. Deck lists are required for this event, please have this with you upon arrival already completed or arrive early and fill one out before the event.
1st Place in each division will receive a League Cup Champion Play mat.
In addition to championship points, play mats, and promos, we will also provide prize support of 3 packs per paid entry into the prize pool to be paid out to top players in the events (4 or 8 depending on attendance, per division). * Promos may vary.
We will start promptly at 12:00PM and any late entries or issues with deck lists will result in a round 1 loss.