Even more gaming goodness this weekend at Anime Festival Asia 2010 (AFAX). SG Finest and Rebel2SG have teamed up to organise a free BlazBlue: Continuum Shift singles tournament at AFAX on 13-14 November, at Suntec Exhibition Hall 401.
Details for the BBCS competition have yet to be finalised, but according to organisers from SG Finest and Rebel2SG, the tournament will be played at the same time as the SG Finest SSF4 competition.
The SSF4 competition will take place at 11am-3pm on 13 November, while on 14 November, the knockout rounds are scheduled to start at 2pm.
The grand finals for first, second, and third place (for both SSF4 and BBCS) will be played on the exhibition hall stage at 7pm.
“I haven’t counted on anyone joining both competitions on both days,” said Lionel Chua, an organiser from Rebel2SG.
“But since SG Finest are our sponsors for this tournament, we kind of decided to run the BBCS competition in harmony with the SSF4 one,” Lionel said.
Prizes for the BBCS tournament have yet to be decided. An SG Finest organiser said that the prize pot for the competition was $200, but they have not yet figured how to distribute it to the winners.
Registration for both BBCS and SSF4 tournaments will take place on 13 November at the venue itself. No sign-up fees are required (excluding the ticket entrance fees for AFAX).
For more information, visit the Rebel2SG blog page, or view the Round1.sg forum thread here.
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