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Yeousch MW3 3v3 Tournament - $1000 Prize + El Gato Game Capture HD + More

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Published on Aug 3, 2012

For Details Click Link
http://www.yeousch.com/community/tour...
ANY ISSUES SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT @NandoPTG

Directors Channel
http://www.youtube.com/deathlyiam

We're proud to present the 3v3 FaceOff. Below you'll find everything your team will need to be fully informed about the tournament, including the gametypes, rules, prizes, as well as how everything will proceed.

Event Description
A 3v3 Tournament open to the entire online XBOX Call of Duty community, in which players will compete against one another for both exposure and an opportunity to win a $1,000 cash prize as well as several other prizes and giveaways.

Event Sponsors
Elgato Gaming
ESports Nation
Evil Source Gaming
FED Clothing
Fullscreen
Kontrol Freeks
Munitio Headphones

Community Tournament:
Players will have an opportunity to apply and compete against one another for a chance to test their skills against other players in the online Call of Duty community. The first 64 teams to sign up will be able to fight through a single emlination bracket in which the top 16 teams will advance to a double elimination tournament to win a substantial cash prize.

Tournament Play:
Once the application period has closed, members of each team will be contacted regarding the bracket and which teams they are to play. Contact information for each team will be sent to their opponents as they advance through the tournament. Each match of the tournament will be livestreamed throughout the week, and teams must play matches on stream in order to advance.

In order to finalize your advancement through the tournament, all teams must play a full match according to the outlined rules in the presence of a sanctioned event referee, whom will stream each match and be the deciding member in the event of a dispute.

A match must have the registered members of each team, a sanctioned referee, and be played by the rules above in order to count toward bracket advancement. Any matches which do not meet those requirements will be considered null and void.

Once the top 16 teams have been determined, the tournament becomes a double elimination best of five series which will be broadcasted live over the course of the weekend. The top 16 tournament will be played on the "Ready Up" servers, broadcasted live, and commentated by a professional shoutcaster.

Tournament Progression:
Round 1 - Single Elimination: 64 Teams (32 Matches)
Round 2 - Single Elimination: 32 Teams (16 Matches)
Round 3 - Double Elimination: 16 Teams
Round 4 - Double Elimination (Winners/Losers): 8 Teams
Round 5 - Double Elimination (Winners Quarters): 4 Teams
Round 5 - Double Elimination Losers Bracket: 4 Teams
Round 6 - Double Elimination (Winners Semis): 2 Teams
Round 6 - Double Elimination Losers Bracket: 4 Teams
Round 7 - Double Elimination (Losers Quarters): 4 Teams
Round 8 - Double Elimination (Losers Semis): 2 Teams
Round 9 - Double Elimination (Losers Finals): 2 Teams
Round 10 - Double Elimination (Finals): 2 Teams

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