Who decides who gets to play in what category?
Is anyone we know automatically a ‘pro’? I mean, if I was entering something
like Mahvel, I reckon a random scrub who’s spent 5min playing the game would
have a shot at beating me. Similarly, at the last CTS there was a really tight
and hype Tekken match between LB and some complete scrub. It came down to the
Also though, how much time do we have for the tournament? The last CTS took a
long time and most of the random scrubs who were there left before we played
any of the finals. I presume we’d just run two separate brackets at the same
As for helping people learn to play, that should be fine. How about specific
training sessions where people can learn about the various stuff. I’d attend
some SF training sessions that Salie hosts.
From: cpt-fgc-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cpt-fgc-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On ;
Behalf Of Ryan Williams
Sent: 10 February 2016 04:02 PM
Subject: Re: SAFGC - 2016, the fall of the ilitirits
I see no reason why we can't be involved/can't participate.
* Run two seperate tournaments (Beginner and Pro) for the same game. New
players don't feel overwhelmed/demoralised; pro players can enjoy solid comp.
* Run a boot camp at MWeb for players who are interested in transitioning to
intermediate/pro level. Volunteers from the FGC can assist these players on
weekends. The pro player pool will gradually increase.
On 10 Feb 2016 14:44, "Manase Zote"
I completely disagree with his view/opinion.
We have limited opportunities participating in sponsored tournaments as the CPT
It would be a shame and disrespectful to Mweb to keep away from this tournament
since they want:
1. A tournament with big numbers.
2. Diverse player skill level and a true reflection of player's
cultures/backgrounds of Cape Town.
3. Entertaining tournament for everyone (not just noobs).
To round of my point, it's sad that the small fgc has to walk on egg shells and
with no freedom or in this case omit from having a great time of playing games
we love while other genres like the fps are free to be picky elitists with
their games and continue getting the support amd sponsored events.
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