MTLSF is proud to be back for another year at DreamHack Montreal.
DreamHack, the World’s Largest Digital Festival is coming back to Canada! This time we are aiming to break the record – making DreamHack Montreal the biggest LAN event ever to take place in Canada. Participate in the LAN party and enjoy World Class Esports live at DreamHack Montreal.
You must purchase a ticket to attend DreamHack. Available directly here: https://montreal.dreamhack.com/en/tickets/
The 2017 edition will present a Street Fighter 5 as part of the Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Ranking Tournament.
Once again, DreamHack Montreal will be held at Place Bonaventure
800, De La Gauchetière St. West , Montreal, Québec H5A 1K6.
REGISTER HERE: https://montreal.dreamhack.com/en/tickets/
DreamHack Montreal is a 3 days event with many tournaments. However, the current schedule for Street Fighter 5 events / tournament are the following:
Friday – Free-play
Saturday – Main Bracket
Sunday – Top 8 Finals Day
DreamHack Registration &Fees:
REGISTER HERE: https://montreal.dreamhack.com/en/tickets/
COMPETING IN THE SFV TOURNAMENT
To compete in the SFV Tournament, you will need the following:
– A Visitor ticket for each day you plan to compete. (A 3 days visitor ticket or a BYOC ticket will cover you in all cases) The tournament will start on Saturday and ends on Sunday.
– Controller (You will need to bring your own controller)
Once you have your ticket you absolutely need to head out to Smash.gg link bellow to REGISTER in the bracket.
The total Prize pool for DreamHack SFV this year is 10 000$! And the event is part of the Capcom Pro Tour 2017 Ranking Tournament
Tournament Rules / Equipment Rules:
Played on Playstation 4
Strict Rules will be implemented once the official tournament has started, nobody will be granted special treatment. Once your name or gamertag is announced, you will need to report to the assigned station or else you will be disqualified. A 5 minutes warning will be given before proceeding with the disqualification.
Double elimination tournament:
2 out of 3 games per Regular Bracket Match
3 out of 5 games for all TOP 8 Matches
Bring your own sticks/controllers:
The console equipment will be labeled and registered to ensure its safety. However, please be careful with your sticks. Furthermore, if you know you’re attending and you do not have a stick to use, make sure you ask other players or judge to help you find a controller. All singles matches will enforce a 5 minutes rule and if you can’t find a stick within that time you will be disqualified. This is an advance warning and will not be brought up again.
If you have any stick/button problems at any time, STOP PLAYING, get up and inform a bracket director. The stick will be fixed/changed and the Judge will DECIDE the outcome. Please respect the Judge’s decision.
After Match Results:
Please make sure to update the tournament directors with your match results. If we don’t get an update from the winner or the loser and it will delay our work, both players will be marked as Losers of their match and therefore be eliminated.
Controllers / Converters Rules:
The Brook Converters and boards are allowed on a temporary basis. If game systems patch them out before the event, rendering them useless, they will be banned. So be very careful and have a backup plan.
Great news for pad players out there. DualShock 4 usage is permitted at the event. You will need to bring your own USB cable.
But that doesn’t mean there won’t be regulations in place to ensure they don’t interfere with the competition. It will be every DualShock 4 users’ responsibility to make sure their controller is no longer paired with the console after their match. Anyone who doesn’t risks automatically disqualified from the tournament.
Mapping buttons is allowed but Auto fire / Turbo are not allowed.
1. There will be no ties in any tournament. Anyone refusing to play any Match (including the finals) will be disqualified and forfeit all rights to any titles or prizes they might have otherwise earned for that tournament.
2. A draw match as determined by the game must be replayed, unless the game awards the draw to a player.
3. Inevitable Defeat rule is in effect. This is defined as when a player has legally won the round or match (i.e. landed a move that will kill the opponent) but pauses the game before the game awards the round won icon, will still be awarded the win. The most common occurrence of this rule is when Player 1 lands a super on Player 2, but the super animation is a grab and the damage isn’t awarded till the final hit connects, but the opponent has legally lost the round. If there is a dispute over whether the move would have knocked out the other player, a tournament official will unpause the match, see the result of the action, and proceed from there. If the attack does not kill the opponent, then the mid game pause rules are in effect.
4. Collusion of any kind with your competitors is considered cheating. If the Tournament Organizer determines that any competitor is colluding to manipulate the results or intentionally underperforming, the collaborating players may be immediately disqualified. This determination is to be made at the sole discretion of the Tournament Director. Anyone disqualified in this manner forfeits all rights to any titles or prizes they might have otherwise earned for that tournament.
5. Tournament Organizer has a zero-tolerance policy toward violence, threats of violence, intimidation, and other forms of thuggery. Any threat of violence, extreme intimidation, or violence of any kind will result in an immediate and lifetime ban.
6. You must have in your procession at all time your Console Gamer Badge or we will not allow you to play casuals or tournament matches.
If you have any questions, please contact us and we will do our best to help you.