Welcome to eGaming’s Information page. Details for most of the eGaming events taking place for FanimeCon 2022 can be found here. Please look forward to the exciting new updates coming soon!
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eGaming will be hosting more than 10 tournaments this year – including Skullgirls 2nd Encore, King of Fighters XV, Tekken 7, Windjammers 2, Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, and more!
- A FanimeCon 2022 ticket is required to enter any tournaments. Please visit the Registration Page for more information on how to acquire a FanimeCon 2022 ticket and information about the 2020 ticket rollover.
- Please note that we will be using SmashGG as our tournament management page.
- We will be offering early SmashGG registration for some of our tournament titles prior to the convention date. We will release this information in the weeks to come.
For eGaming rules, visit FanimeCon eGaming General Tournament Guidelines.
Tournament Prizes coming soon!
Tournament Schedule coming soon!
FanimeCon eGaming Bracket Format Definitions
1. Double Elimination
Double-elimination is a tournament format where players remain in the tournament until they have lost two sets, at which point they are eliminated. A double-elimination bracket determines which competitors face off against which other competitors, and in what order.
Double-elimination tournaments are divided into two brackets. The two brackets that make up a double-elimination tournament are known as the Winners Bracket and Losers Bracket.
The Winners Bracket is so named because it consists of all the players with zero set losses in the tournament. All players in a double-elimination tournament start in Round One of the Winners Bracket. Players who win their sets in Winners Bracket advance to the next round of Winners Bracket. Players who lose their sets in Winners Bracket will be placed in a designated spot in the Losers Bracket.
All players in the Losers Bracket have one set loss in the tournament. Players who win their sets in the Losers Bracket advance to the next round of Losers Bracket, while the players who lose are eliminated from the tournament.
By the end of the tournament, there will be one player remaining in Winners Bracket and one player remaining in Losers Bracket. These two remaining players will play in a set known as Grand Finals. If the player from Winners Bracket wins this set, they are the tournament champion. If the player from Losers Bracket wins this set, the two will play another set, known as a Grand Finals Reset, which will determine the tournament champion.
2. Single Elimination
Single-elimination is a tournament format where players remain in the tournament until they have lost one set, at which point they are eliminated. A single-elimination bracket determines which competitors face off against which other competitors, and in what order. Certain single-elimination tournaments with multiple players may have multiple eliminations, in which case, players should consult the participating tournament ruleset for details.
Compared to Double-elimination tournaments which are divided into two brackets, single-elimination has only a single bracket. Results are determined by the last player standing, match win/loss record, the order of completion, or a combination of any of these
factors. Players should consult the participating tournament ruleset for details.
3. Tournament Titles & Formats for FanimeCon 2022
Coming Soon: A full list of eGaming Tournaments and their bracket formats for FanimeCon 2022.