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March 2 Battle 2018!

Big shoutout to Eric McDuck for making our March 2 Battle 2018 poster! It will be happening in just under two weeks from now!

We’d also like to thank PNP Games for sponsoring some prizes for the tournament as well! Check them out for all your retro and other gaming needs!

Please remember to pre-register for March 2 Battle on Burning Meter and to get into the habit for all future tournaments!


TST XII is coming in two short weeks! August 19-20, 2017!


That Summer Tournament XII (August 19-20, 2017)


March 2 Battle 2017 x NUC20 (March 18, 2017)

Our March tournament is back on March 18, 2017!  (And in March for once!)  Check out the link below for all of the details!


March 2 Battle 2017 x NUC20 (March 18, 2017)


March 2 Battle + NUC12 (March 26, 2016)

Chip Damage, Games on Campus, and WePlayGames is proud to present our annual March fighting game tournament! We’ll be running all of the hottest fighting games and collaborating with WePlayGames to bring events for Super Smash Brothers for Wii U and Pokemon. Smash 4 will be streamed live via the Manitoba Smash twitch channel.


SFV Launch Tournament (February 20, 2016)

We’ll be hosting a launch tournament for Street Fighter V. The newest iteration in the most popular fighting game at our tournament events.

Like all launch tournaments that we do, there will be no entry fee as this is a free tournament. Keep in mind that this also means there will likely be no prizes. This is more of an early chance to get everyone playing the game.

Another tradition that we do at launch tournaments is we set up round robin pools to start things off. This guarantees all entrats up to 5 matches. The top two placers in every pool will then be placed in the tournament bracket later in the day.

This time around, if you do not qualify out of your pool, don’t worry as we have something else planned for you. Stay tuned!

Pools will start at 2:00pm so try to be there early. If you don’t make it in time or when you are knocked out of the tournament, we will have a casual station set up to use for the entire day.

Also, and this applies to all PS4 tournaments. Official wireless PS4 controllers are now tournament legal as there is now a desync option built-in to the PS4. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PLAYERS TO DESYNC ALL CONTROLLERS THAT ARE NOT BEING USED, BEFORE THEIR MATCHES. If any pauses occur that were not due to the players in the match but because they failed to desync the controllers, the players must play their match out. If you don’t know how to desync the controllers, please ask a staff member to assist you.

Check the facebook event page below for the latest details. Get hype!

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