Introducing the SquadCard Showdown Tournament Series.

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That is the prize, this is the deal.  Today we are starting a new tournament series called the SquadCard Showdown and you are invited.  Here’s how it works.

Every Wednesday we will announce the new prizes and update the list of SquadCard Showdown participants.

To become a registered player for the series, simply send your squad name from HeroUp.com to squadcards@gmail.com

Games can be played any time during the week.

You will have until Thursday night at midnight to play as many opponents from the list as you can and report your results in the comment section of this post or via email.

All matches will be played online at HeroUp.com.

Any legal deck may be used, and decks can be switched for each game if desired.

Each player can only play one match against each other player per week.

Each match is limited to a 7 game series; as soon as one player wins 4 games the match is over.

Incomplete matches will be accepted if circumstances warrant them.

Match wins, total number of wins against registered players, AND win percentage will be used to determine the weekly champion.

Prizes will be delivered via snail mail.

This week’s list of SquadCard Showdown players follows, and it will be updated frequently:

Mars Troll Clock

The Island Lancer

Astral Zephyr

Raiding Axe

Bright Breaking Ghost

Commander Cool Claw

Magma Ninja Merchant

Dazzling Bard Kraken

Invisible Martian Archer

Send your squad name to squadcards@gmail.com and get registered now.  Then play as many players as you can until midnight Thursday.  Send your results and see how you stack up.  Most of all, have a blast!

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Posted on May 30, 2012, in Announcements and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. How will you know that the people aren’t lying?

    • This will be fairly casual, so we won’t get too serious about it, and there will be checks and balances. Since all players will be sending their win totals, we will be able to confirm the numbers a bit. Either way, it should be big fun!

  2. Any advice on how to connect with the people on the list? I’ve tried friend requesting and even when someone is logged into the game they haven’t added me… Am I correct in saying that friending is the easiest way to see if someone is logged in to challenge them to a card game?

    • It is not very easy, unfortunately. The other player needs to be online and on screen when you send the friend request. Once you get the friend request accepted, the other player needs to accept your invitation to a card game. It can be difficult to get all the logistics together to make it happen, good luck!

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