AwesomeCiv.com Civ V FFA Tournament AwesomeCiv.com is opening its doors once again and is hosting a 48 player Civ V FFA tournament. Sign-Up information for tournament will be posted in the next few days!!! The MINIMUM prizes available at this time other than bragging rights: First Place: $40 Steam Cash Second Place: $20 Steam Cash Third Place: Civ V Emoticons Games are to be played on Saturdays at 11:30 Eastern Standard Time. Start date has yet to be determined (tentative start date is April 5th). This tournament will be played two Saturdays in a row followed by a bye week then the following two Saturdays will be the completion of the tournament. This will be a 48 player FFA tournament based off of NQ Rules. The first round will have 48 players. The second round will have 24 players. The third round will have 12 players. The fourth and final round will have 6 players. Top 3 players place and receive prizes. Map Settings: Private City States: 12 Map Type: Pangea Map Size: Small Game Pace: Quick Game Era: Ancient Era Turn Mode: Simultaneous World Age: 3 Billion Years Temperature: Temperate Rainfall: Normal Sea Level: Low Resources: Strategic Balance All Victory Types Enabled Advanced Game Options to Enable: Enable Turn Timer (Default) Quick Combat Quick Movement DLC Allowed: Mongolia Spain and Inca Polynesia Denmark Korea Ancient Wonders Expansion: Gods & Kings Expansion: Brave New World Drafting is going to determine Civs played by players. Auto ban: (note Babylon not enabled) Spain, The Huns. There will be two rounds of banning and then a round of picking. In each round, the players will ban one civ or pick their civ in order from team 6 to team 1. Stand-in Policy: If a player misses a tournament game they must find a stand-in for themselves for that round. The replacement cannot be one of the players already in the tournament. Ten minutes past start time of tournament (11:40 Eastern Standard Time) of the day of the game will be the time the player forfeits his spot in the tournament. Stand-ins are allowed up to the final 6 players. If all six players in matches do not show the previous rounds fourth place finishers will be moved to the next round after a coin toss to determine which fourth place finisher will compete in said round. If fourth place finishers are not available then the fifth place finishers will be moved forward after coin toss and so on. If no players are found a player will be pulled off a wait list for the tournament and if players still not found it is up to the tournament director to determine who plays in place of missing player in said round. Notes: *Points decide final standings based on end of game through unanimous conceding or a victory condition is met. Points do not matter if players cap is taken and player quits. *Players have the option to stay until their last city is taken.