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Cardslinger Conquest Series

Cardslinger Conquest Hearthstone World Championship

SLCN.pro Cardslinger Conquest Series

Silicon Sports is proud to announce the Cardslinger Conquest Series for Hearthstone!

The series will span several months of explosive action starting April 25 2015. The tournament series is open to all residents of Australia & New Zealand. Each tournament is a Single Elimination Conquest tournament split over two days. An open bracket on day 1 will determine the top four who will play day 2 live on twitch.tv/SiliconSports.

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There is $75 in the prize pool for each tournament, where first place will earn $50, 2nd will earn $15 and a random player will be selected for a ‘lucky door prize’ of $10, simply for playing in the tournament!

All entrants will earn points throughout the series which will be used for the end of year final, the Cardslinger Legendary Cup.

As an added bonus, Cardslinger Conquest events are part of the pathway to the Hearthstone World Cup for residents of Australia and New Zealand! So if you are looking to play in the final at BlizzCon later this year, you better bring your ‘A’ game to the table!

Cardslinger Conquest IV

Stage 1 – Open Bracket

Date: Sunday 16th August 2015
Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM AEST
Entry: Free
Server: Americas
Eligibility: Resident of Australia or New Zealand
Format: Single Elimination Best of 5 Conquest Format
Advancement to Stage 2: Top 4

Stage 1 – Open Bracket​ Game Schedule

Because of the tight schedule, any player who is registered and is more than 10 minutes late to their scheduled game will be disqualified.

Rounds are dependent on number of players entered and will be adjusted accordingly. A full 128 player bracket will be a total of 8 rounds.

Round 1

  • Contact must be made with YOUR opponent from 10:00 am until – 10:05 am.
  • Round 1 Game must commence at 10:05am.

Round 2

  • Contact must be made with YOUR next opponent at 11:05 am – 11:10 am
  • Round 2 Game must commence at 11:10 am

Round 3

  • Contact must be made with YOUR next opponent at 12:10 pm – 12:15 pm
  • Round 3 Game must commence at 12:15 pm

Round 4

  • Contact must be made with YOUR next opponent at 1:15 pm – 1:20 pm
  • Round 4 must commence at 1:20 pm

Round 5

  • Contact must be made with YOUR next opponent at 2:20 pm – 2:25 pm
  • Round 5 must commence at 2:25 pm

Round 6

  • Contact must be made with YOUR next opponent at 3:25 pm – 3:30 pm
  • Round 5 must commence at 3:30 pm

Open Bracket Concludes

Stage 2 – Finals

Date: Sunday 16th August 2015
Time: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM AEST
Server: Americas
Eligibility: Prior advancement from Stage 1 Open Bracket
Format: Single Elimination Best of 5 Conquest Format
Stream: twitch.tv/SiliconSports (delayed)

Stage 2 – Finals Game Schedule

Finalists must be responsive in the Battle.net app 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the first semi-final.

Semi Final 1
​Start time 6:15 pm

Semi Final 2
​Start time 7:15 pm

3rd Place Playoff
​Start time 8:15 pm

Grand Final
​Start time 9:15 pm

Bracket & Sign-up

All SLCN.pro Cardslinger Conquest tournaments will be run from Battlefy.com.

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Prizepool & Points Systems

Top 2 players will receive cash prizes via PayPal/EFT.

1 Random player will receive $10 simply for participating.

Prize pool is subject to change depending on sponsors and donations.

All players will receive SLCN points which will be used for seeding in future events including the Cardslinger Conquest Legendary Cup. See table below for distribution.

Place

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th-8th
9th+
Random

Prize

$50
$15




$10

HWC Points

10
5
1
1


SLCN Points

10
8
6
5
3
1

Blizzard Hearthstone World Championship

For full details on the Hearthstone HCS including official points system, qualifiers and residency verification please visit the following article, Join Us for the 2015 Hearthstone World Championship!

Rules

General

  • This tournament is open to all residents of Australia and New Zealand.
  • Matches must start no later than 10 minutes past allotted time. Please inform an admin if your opponent can not be contacted.
  • Both players must report the score of their matches to an admin in the following format:
    Round 1: Player A defeated Player B
    Druid > Hunter (C)
    Mage < Hunter (C)
    Paladin (C) > Druid 
    Priest (C) < Rogue
    Priest > Druid (C)
    This information is required so as to protect you from disputes and for our database for reporting purposes.
  • If there is any concern with behaviour or confusion with rules, please see an admin as soon as possible for clarification. Inappropriate behaviour will result in disqualification.
  • Players that are eligible for prize money will have the money deposited into the nominated account of their choice (1 account only) no more than fourteen (14) days after the conclusion of the event. Payment is usually completed within 24 hours of tournament completion.
  • Players shall not act with bad manners including, but not limited to, trolling, cheating, violence, abuse, racism, and unsportsmanlike conduct towards other players, admins, casters or sponsors. Breaches will result in a removal from the tournament and possibly forfeiting of points for the end of year tournament eligibility.
  • If a participant disconnects and is not able to reconnect to the game, the disconnect will be treated as a loss for the one who lost the connection, unless determined otherwise by the tournament administration. The participant that did not disconnect has to wait two (2) minutes in the current game to give their opponent the chance to reconnect to the game. In case of a rematch the participants have to choose the same deck again.
  • If a game was finished in a tie so both participants drop to 0 health points in the same turn (both participants will see a “Defeat” as the endscreen), the game will be remade with both participants using the very same deck again.
  • Admin decisions are final.
  • Have fun!

World Championship Match Format – “Conquest”

All Hearthstone tournaments will follow the official HCS Conquest format as described below.

  • All matches will be best-of-5. The first player to win 3 games within the match is considered the winner of the match and advances.
  • Each player must submit deck lists from three unique classes prior to each stage of the event. Players may submit new decks prior to each stage of the event to [email protected]; we recommend using IMGUR.com.
  • A player must win one game with each of his three decks to win the match.
  • When a player wins a game, the deck used by the winning player cannot be used for the remainder of the match.
  • The losing player can keep the same deck used or switch to a different one of their choice.
  • Players will be told what classes their opponent has available, but they won’t know which class is picked until both players have picked.

Match Settings

For Semi-Finals onwards, please ensure all authorised casters are in your friends list in the Battle.net app. Apart from official casters, no other people should be spectating your games. If unsure whether someone is authorised, please contact an admin or view the list below.

Official Admins & Casters

Lalor McMahon – rezyn8#6736
Mark Fittipaldi – Petrify#1214
Cameron Furze – Sollaar#6990
Joshua Steward – Lonjanis#1845

Stream: twitch.tv/SiliconSports (SUNDAY ONLY)

Cardslinger Conquest Legendary Cup 2015

All players who have earned SLCN points for the 2015 Cardslinger Conquest Series are eligible to enter.

Best of 5 single elimination bracket Conquest

Further detail to be provider later in the year.

Cardslinger Conquest Leader Board