Another That Summer Tournament is in the books, thanks to everyone that showed up to compete and support us. Big thanks to those that brought equipment and volunteered their time to help the tournament run smoothly. Lastly, congrats to all our winners as well.
Post any shoutouts you have on our forums here.
Please take a minute to answer our TST9 survey, so we can have even better tournaments in the future!
Click below for the full results for TST9!
Here’s a YouTube playlist with all of the match footage recorded from the April Tournament. Sorry top 3 wasn’t recorded for every game!
With last weekend’s 2014 spiritual successor to March 2 Battle, April tournament is done. This tournament is typically more low-key in Chipdamage history but this year has exceeded our expectations with over 80 people participating in our tournaments.
Thank you to everyone that helped provide equipment and Jon Melven for taking care of the Project M and SSBM tournament side of things. Without everyone’s support we wouldn’t be able to run this many tournaments.
Go here for the shoutouts;
Also a shoutout to the players that drove in from Saskatchewan!
I wanted to tell you guys (the world) or whoever visits my website (no one) that I am going to attempt and break into the world of streaming… as a job. Am I crazy or what!? Yeah, no really, I’m completely serious. I’ve been watching many streams in-between study sessions and rehearsals, and now that I’m done my second year of university, I want to stream… games. Over the last few weeks I’ve been doing research and setting up the proper tools and equipment to do it viably, and I’m just about there.
I know it won’t be easy, and it is somewhat of a long-shot. But hey, I’ve got the will and the equipment to do it, so why not give it a go? This Sunday, April 20, 2014, marks the the first day of my one week trial stream challenge. What’s a stream challenge? It’s when a streamer streams every single day for a long-ass time for a set number of days, without a break. One week is on the short end of the scale, as many streams tend to go for three months or longer. That’s why I threw “trial” in front of it. Essentially, if this first week of streaming works out to some extent in that I get a small following, I will extend it by another week… and so on.
So, starting this Sunday, April 20, 2014, at 9:00am CST, I will be streaming video games for literally 9 hours straight. 9 HOURS! Every single day, for 7 days straight. So tune in at http://twitch.tv/yayze and follow me, chat with me, and if you like what you see, toss a buck or two my way. It goes a long way in supporting me and you will win my eternal love. <3
There will also be giveaways! That’s right! I’m calling them “giftaways” because, well, I’m just so clever, and they are open to all viewers, but you must be watching in order to get a chance to win.
You can watch the stream here on my site, or hit that link: http://twitch.tv/yayze
My first week will be an Assassin’s Creed marathon. I will be playing from the beginning of Assassins Creed: Revelations all the way to the end of Assassin’s Creed 4. That’s three full games, unless the viewers decide they want to see something else. If week one is successful, I will put up a poll for week two and let the viewers decide what I play.
So come watch and keep me company! What have you got to lose?
For those wondering, here’s a more in-depth look at my schedule for the currently planned stream challenge: