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Join the Duel
October 2021

EVENT COST

$30 for Main Event Registration

Preregistration can be completed by clicking the following link:

www.power9games.com/catalog/misc-event/digimon_tcg_proplay_games_regional_invitational_ticket/514195

LOCATION: 
2575 E Craig Rd, North Las Vegas, NV 89030

EVENT DATE:

Saturday, October 16th at 12 Noon

EVENT FORMAT:

This will be a traditional constructed event with Swiss pairings and best of 3 game matches. It will be run using the Bandai Organized Play Tournament Manual.

Can you stay calm under the pressure of a new set?? Join us this October for some high stakes competition that could earn you an invite to a Pro-Play Games Invitational!!
After 5-7 rounds of swiss, our top 8 players will earn themselves at least one box of Double Diamond, a premium 2-player playmat courtesy of Pro-Play Games, and invites to the next Invitational event! Our overall winner will receive a Limited Winners playmat, and half a case of BT06!!
Additional prizing will be paid out in booster boxes of Double Diamond based on overall attendance.
Please purchase your tickets here to ensure you get to play in this event: https://tinyurl.com/pmnk2hkp
Shoot us a message if you have any questions, stay safe, and we'll see you at the table!

COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES:
- Face covering must be worn at all times by every guest.
- Only guests participating in the tournament along with staff will be allowed in store.
- Temperature checks will be conducted prior to entrance in store.
- Additional hand sanitizing stations will be made available for all guests.
- Credit/Debit card or Apple Pay/Google Pay/PayPal/Zelle/Cashapp/Venmo will be the preferred method of payment in order to reduce contact between guests and staff.
- During game play only the deck owner may come in contact with their deck.
*If the opposing player isn’t satisfied with the shuffle then a Judge wearing gloves may be called to shuffle the deck.
*If the opposing player has a question of a certain card they may either have the deck owner hold or place the card upright so that they may review it or may review it via the online database.