Pokemon TCG Regional Championship Indonesia 2017-2018

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

MAIN EVENT
Event Name : Pokémon TCG Regional Championship Indonesia 2017-2018
TID : 18-04-001270
Date : 21 & 22 April 2018
Fee :
➤ Online (Preregister) : 300,000 IDR / $25 (for all Division)
➤ On the spot : 300.000 IDR / not accepting other currency (for all Division)
THOSE PRICE INCLUDE:

  • Regional Tournament Fee
  • Lunch and Dinner meal
  • Nametag and Lanyard

Time :
➤ Registration Open : 09.30
➤ Registration Closed + Rooster Check : 11.00
➤ Round 1 start : 11.30
 

SIDE EVENT
Event Name : Pokemon TCG League Cup
TID : 18-04-001271
Date : 22 April 2018
Fee : 120.000 IDR (for all Division)
THOSE PRICE INCLUDE:
➤ 2 Booster packs
➤ Lunch and Dinner meal (only for first 32 players who register on the day)
Time :
➤ Registration Open : 09.30
➤ Round 1 start : 11.30

Venue : HighGrounds PIK
Address : Jl. Marina Indah Golf, Rukan Crown Golf Blok A No 37,38,39, Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK), Kelurahan Kamal Muara, Kecamatan Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara.
Venue Rule :
➤ Food and Drink from outside is not allowed to be brought inside the tournament area.
➤ No money transaction between players inside the tournament area.


HOTEL

Here the nearest Hotel from our venue :
➤ Mercure

Map

 


REGISTRATION INFORMATION

➤ This Tournament Open to everyone who does not listed in TPCI banned player.
➤ Player all ages are welcome. Players below 10 years of ages we suggest to be accompanied by their parents.
➤ Registered Players are expected to report to the venue from 09:00 on the event day for admission.
➤ Please fill in your decklist and submit it during admission.
➤ Players who are not in line for admission by 11:00 may entered the tournament with round(s) loss.

PRE-Registration Information

How to Pre-register :
Pre-registration is CLOSED!

Note : This Pre-registration open until 14 April 2018 20.00 WIB

 


PRIZE

 Placment  1 – 24  25- 100  101 – 200  201+
 1  $500  $1,500  $2,500  $5,000
 2  $250  $750  $1,500  $2,500
 3-4  $ –  $500  $750  $1,500
 5-8  $ –  $250  $500  $750
 9-16  $ –  $ –  $250  $500
 17-32  $ –  $ –  $ –  $250

MASTER Main Prizes

1st Place

  • 200 Championship Points
  • 108 Booster Packs

2nd Place

  • 160 Championship Points
  • 108 Booster Packs

3rd and 4th Place

  • 130 Championship Points
  • 72 Booster Packs

5th Place through 8th Place

  • 100 Championship Points (if division attendance is 24 or greater)
  • 36 Booster Packs

9th Place through 16th Place

  • 80 Championship Points (if division attendance is 48 or greater)
  • 18 Booster Packs

17th Place through 32nd Place

  • 60 Championship Points (if division attendance is 100 or greater)
  • 9 Booster Packs

 

SENIOR & JUNIOR Main Prizes

1st Place

  • 200 Championship Points
  • 72 Booster Packs

2nd Place

  • 160 Championship Points
  • 72 Booster Packs

 

League CUP

1st Place

  • 50 Championship Points

2nd Place

  • 40 Championship Points

3rd and 4th Place

  • 32 Championship Points

5th Place through 8th Place

  • 25 Championship Points (if division attendance is 24 or greater)

9th Place through 16th Place

  • 20 Championship Points (if division attendance is 48 or greater)

17th Place through 32nd Place

  • 16 Championship Points (if division attendance is 100 or greater)

 


TIME TABLE

Note :
➤ Venue Open 09.00

 Saturday, 21 April 2018 – Masters Division
 08:00  Staff at Venue
 09:30 – 11:00  Player Check-in, Decklist Collection
 11:00 – 11:30  Roster Posted, Briefing
 11:30 – 12:30  Swiss Round 1
 12:30 – 13:30  Swiss Round 2
 13:30 – 14:00  Break Lunch
 14:00 – 15:00  Swiss Round 3
 15:00 – 16:00  Swiss Round 4
 16:00 – 17:00  Swiss Round 5
 17:00 – 18:00  Master Division Swiss Round 6
 18:00 – 19:00  Master Division Swiss Round 7
 19:00 – 20:00  Dinner Break

 

Saturday, 21 April 2018 – Junior + Senior Division
 08:00  Staff at Venue
 09:30 – 11:00  Player Check-in, Decklist Collection
 11:00 – 11:30  Roster Posted, Briefing
 11:30 – 12:30  Swiss Round 1
 12:30 – 13:30  Swiss Round 2
 13:30 – 14:00  Break
 14:00 – 15:00  Swiss Round 3
 15:00 – 16:00  Swiss Round 4
 16:00 – 17:00  Swiss Round 5
 17:00 – 18:15  Junior and Senior Division Top 8
 18:15 – 19:30  Junior and Senior Division Top 4
 19:30 – 20:45  Junior and Senior Division Finals

 

Sunday, 22 April 2018 – Side Events
 09.30 – 11.00  Registration
 11:30 – 12:20  Swiss Round 1
 12:20 – 13:10  Swiss Round 2
 13:10 – 13:40  Lunch Break
 13:40 – 14:30  Swiss Round 3
 14:30 – 15:20  Swiss Round 4
 15:20 – 16:10  Swiss Round 5
 16:20 – 17:20  TOP8
 17:20 – 18:20  TOP4
 18:20 – 19:20  FINAL

 

Sunday, 22 April 2018 – Masters Division
 10:00 – 11:00  Check-in
 11:30 – 12:45  Masters Division Top 8
 13:00 – 14:15  Masters Division Top 4
 14:30 – 15:45  Masters Division Final

 


AGE GROUP

Junior Division: Born in 2007 or later
Senior Division: Born in 2003, 2004, 2005, or 2006
Masters Division: Born in 2002 or earlier

 


Format

Deck

STANDARD FORMAT!

Cards from the sets below are allowed. See the chart below. English Card Only
[ ] XY8 Break Through
[ ] XY9 Break Point
[ ] XY10 Fates Collide
[ ] XY11 Steam Siege
[ ] XY12 Evolutions
[ ] Sun & Moon 1
[ ] Sun & Moon 2: Guardians Rising
[ ] Sun & Moon 3: Burning Shadow
[ ] Sun & Moon 4: Crimson Invasion
[ ] Sun & Moon 5: Ultra Prism
[ ] Generations
[ ] Shinning Legend
[ ] XY Trainer Kit-Pikachu Libre & Suicune
[ ] Sun & Moon Trainer Kit—Lycanroc & Alolan Raichu
[ ] Black Star Promo Cards numbered XY67 and higher, and SM01 and higher.
[ ] McDonald’s Collection 2016

 

Tournament
Swiss Round
➤ Best 2 of 3
➤ 50 Minutes

We have imposed a time limit per round in order to run the event smoothly. If a match has not ended by the expiration of the round time limit, a winner must be determined without delaying the tournament for an unreasonable time. If time is called during a player’s turn, he or she completes the current turn, we will then add 3 more turns. This is three turns combined not three turns for each player. This will mean that the player who is not active when time is called will get the last turn.Use the following criteria, in order, to determine the outcome of a game that is unfinished after the three turns. After one of the criteria has been met, none of the others are applied.
(1) If one player was late to the match or was away from the match without a judge’s permission for any period of time during the round, that player loses the match. The judge must have been made aware of this absence in advance of the end of the match. If both players meet this criterion, ignore this tiebreaker.
(2) If both players were on time to the match and were not away from the match for any period of time, the judge determines the winner of the current game in the following manner:
GAME 1
1) If the last turn ends during game 1, the match results in a tie.
2) If time is called after game 1 has been resolved but before the starting player for a Sudden Death game has been determined, the match results in a tie.
3) If time is called after the game 1 winner has been determined but before the starting player for game 2 has been determined, the winner of game 1 wins the match.
GAME 2
1) If the last turn ends during game 2, the winner of game 1 wins the match.
2) If time is called after game 2 has been resolved but before the starting player for a Sudden Death game has been determined, the winner of game 1 wins the match.
3) If time is called after the game 2 winner has been determined but before the starting player for game 3 has been determined, the match results in a tie.
GAME 3
1) If the last turn ends during game 3, the match results in a tie.
2) If time is called after game 3 has been resolved but before the starting player for a Sudden Death game has been determined, the match results in a tie.

Top Cut
➤ Best 2 of 3
➤ 75 Minutes

 


TRADING INFORMATION

    Although trading is permitted on-site, the following activities are not permitted, and may result in ejection from the Venue without refund:

  • Buying, selling, or soliciting to buy or sell cards to anyone except Vendors.
  • Altering cards in exchange for money or any other types of compensation.
  • Taking up excessive space while trading or transporting excessive amounts of trade stock.
  • Advertising without permission from event staff.

 


Bulk Cash In by Legacy Cards

Special Guest :
Legacy Cards from USA will attend this event
Accepting Bulk GX, Full Art Supporters, and Gold Cards at 20,000 IDR each (English cards ONLY and no WCS cards)
no limit of buying

 


RESPONSIBILITIES

PLAYERS

While attending a Play! Pokémon tournament, players are expected to:
➤ Abide by the Spirit of the Game.
➤ Show up to a tournament and its subsequent rounds on time.
➤ Write your decklist before the event day to avoid long queue.
➤ Double-check their win/loss record and standings as pairings are posted each round.

Players must bring the following items to participate in a Play! Pokémon tournament:
➤ A valid Player ID. ( How to get Player ID Online )
➤ A deck or team that meets the format restrictions for the tournament. It is a player’s responsibility to ensure that his or her deck or team meets the tournament requirements at all time during the event. (Standard Format Legal Card List)
➤ A legible and accurate list of the cards that comprise the player’s deck.
➤ Any implements necessary to track and maintain game information. This includes but is not limited to items such as damage counters, Special Condition markers, and a randomizer for a TCG event.

 

SPECTATORS

Spectators may watch a match but may not interfere with a match in any way. Spectators should maintain a reasonable distance, as determined by the event staff, from matches in progress to avoid distracting the players. The only way a spectator is to interact with a tournament is through contacting a judge to inquire into the legality of a specific play. Comments and questions regarding games in progress should be made an appropriate distance from the match to prevent players in the active game from gaining an advantage due to outside information or distraction.
Any disruption or penalties earned on the part of a spectator not participating in a tournament will result in penalties for the player or players that the spectator is responsible for. Should it become necessary to remove a spectator from a tournament, players that the spectator is responsible for will be disqualified from the tournament as well.

 

PARENTS

Parents should remain on-site to keep track of their children and, of course, celebrate their play. Tournaments usually take several hours, so parents might want to bring a book or some other quiet activity to occupy their time. We encourage parents to build a deck and join the fun!

Due to the competitive element in tournaments, we recommend that parents discuss issues of winning and losing, pressures of competition, and good sportsmanship with their children. It is important to be a good sport—win or lose. The Pokémon Company International believes that children should be having fun in the process of competing, regardless of the outcome. It is, after all, just a game.

It’s okay to help your child with his/her deck list.  You may even fill it out for him/her.  We recommend that deck lists be completed at home ahead of time, so that you do not feel rushed.  Don’t forget to arrange the cards in the same order that they are listed on the list.

 


TOURNAMENT RULES & REGULATIONS

INFORMATION Maxsoft Pte Ltd and Pokémon Organized Play reserves the right to publish tournament information including but not limited to the items listed above, transcripts, audio and/or video recordings or other recounts, player penalties, awards, or any other resultant information from the tournament.
TARDINESS Players are expected to be present for the start of a tournament and each of its component rounds and matches. Players arriving more than 5 minutes late for any round will receive a match loss for that round. Players who are still not present by the end of that round will be dropped from the tournament.
UNRULY BEHAVIOR Players are expected to behave in a respectful manner to all attendees and staff of a Pokémon TCG event. Players who don’t behave properly will be reminded to with the issuance of a penalty. Examples of Unruly Behaviour includes, Shouting and behaving in physically threatening manner, failure to comply with the instructions of the event staff, attempting to manipulate a match through intimidation or distraction.
ELECTRONIC DEVICES with the exception of devices necessary to participate in an event, such as cell phones, MP3 players, or text-messaging devices, are not to be used during a match. In some special instances, an electronic device may be allowed by the Tournament Organizer.
FOOD & DRINKS are not permitted on the play surface. The Tournament Organizer may allow food and/or drinks in the tournament area, but at no time should food or drinks be kept on the play surface.
WAGERING or gambling on the results of a game, portion of a game, match, or number of matches by anyone, including players, tournament staff, and spectators, is strictly prohibited. Anyone attempting to wager on a POP tournament should be removed from the tournament site, and the incident should be reported to POP.
HAND ELEVATION To avoid the perception of impropriety, players should keep both hands above the level of the playing surface at all times. A player’s cards should never go below the level of the playing surface during a match.
TOKEN & COUNTERS Players are required to provide their own counters to mark damage to Pokémon in play and counters to represent Special Conditions and other game effects. A judge may disallow the use of markers that cause confusion with regard to the state of the game or that are offensive in some manner.
RANDOMIZER Players can only to use the transparent, round edged, six sided dice provided by the organizer during this event.
PENALITIES Should an issue arise at a POP tournament, players and spectators will be subject to the Pokémon Organized Play Penalty Guidelines. All penalties above Caution level will be reported to POP for further review. Penalties issued to spectators may be assigned to the player or players that they are responsible for, if severe enough. The Head Judge has the final say on all penalties issued at a tournament.
OTHER STANDARD RULES AND REGULATIONS APPLY!

 


Information is subject to change. For the most complete set of rules and information regarding the Pokémon Trading Card Game, please see visit pokemon.com.

In case of a discrepancy between the information on this site and the information on the pokemon.com, the information on pokemon.com will take precedence.


 

OUR STAFF

1.Adrian Adi Judge (ID)
2. Adrian Foo Judge (SG)
3. Athavan Akilan Judge (MY)
4. Anastasia Visual Design (ID)
5. Dendy Santoso Judge (ID)
6. Dyelinne Visual Design (ID)
7. Eric Febrian Documentation (ID)
8. Gerrion Odolf Sugiarto Jugde (ID)
9. Hashegi Hanjaya Tom Operator (ID)
10. Michael Lim Judge (MY)
11. Michael Pond Wijaya Judge (ID)
12. Paramitha Runner (ID)
13. Sandy Lee Domingo Judge (PH)
14. Zen Aufa Runner (ID)

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