Dates: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 through Tuesday February 3, 2009.
32 Daily Events will be designated CBS QE's (Qualifying Events). Each CBS QE will invite the Top 8 finishers to play in the CBS Block Sealed Deck Tournament on Saturday, February 7, 2009 at 9:00 AM PST.
Prizes: Top 8 finishers of each CBS Qualifier are invited to the Kamigawa Block Sealed Deck Tournament. CBS Qualifiers will NOT pay CBS Product as prizes.
CBS I Sealed Deck Championship Last Chance to Qualify Queues
After the completion of the scheduled CBS Qualifiers we will run Last Chance to Qualify Queues for approximately 48 hours running from Wednesday February 4 after the weekly downtime (approximately 1:00 PM PST) until 1:00 PM PST Friday February 6, 2009.
These 8-player single elimination queues will award the 1st place finisher an invitation to compete in the Kamigawa Block Sealed Deck Tournament I. No other prizes will be awarded in these queues.
Dates: Wednesday, February 4 after the weekly downtime through Friday February 6, 2009 1:00 pm PST
Prizes: The winner of each 8-player queue will qualify to participate in the Kamigawa Block Sealed Deck Tournament I on February 7, 2009.
Kamigawa Block Sealed Deck Tournament I
START TIME: Saturday February 7, 9:00 am PST.
PRODUCT: Champions of Kamigawa Tournament Pack, 1 Betrayers of Kamigawa Booster, 1 Saviors of Kamigawa Booster. Top 8 Booster draft. The booster draft format will be 1 Champions of Kamigawa, 1 Betrayers of Kamigawa, and 1 Saviors of Kamigawa boosterper player.
ADMISSION: FREE – (No Tix, No Product, Invitation only)
Although players may have multiple accounts qualified for the Kamigawa Block Sealed Deck Tournament I event, players are not permitted to have more than 1 of their accounts entered in the event. Players are not permitted to have secondary accounts played by another person. If a player is discovered to have more than 1 account playing in the Championship before, during, or after the event, appropriate penalties will be applied (including disqualification from the event with no refund of product or event tickets).
Playing on another person's account, selling your account, etc. are all violations of the Terms of Service. If you play in these, win, and expect to get your prize, be very, very sure you are on your own account. We do not recognize "I and a friend jointly own the account," "It's my brother's account but he gave it to me," or similar. The only exception is an adult may authorize a single dependent child age 13-18 to play on an account that adult has purchased.
All players that have qualified for the Kamigawa Block Sealed Deck Tournament I from the CBS QEs will be registered into the championship after the downtime on Wednesday February 4 (winners of the LCQs will all be added by Friday February 6 at 5 PM PST). It will be the player's responsibility to make sure that they have been properly entered into this event and are able to join it PRIOR to the start of the Tournament. If a player is qualified and is unable to join the tournament, they will need to contact customer service to get this corrected.
Important information regarding system crashes for the Championship
If during the scheduled Kamigawa Block Sealed Deck Tournament I the system crashes, 1 of 2 things will happen:
- The system will come right back up. In this case:
- The event will continue and additional time will be given to allow players to finish the event
- If the system cannot recover the event and "finishes" (prematurely ends) the event, or a WOTC Tournament Coordinator must "finish" (prematurely end) the event within 2 hours of the events scheduled start time:
- The event will re-created and start over from the beginning. Results from the previous event will not be carried over.
- The event will be considered canceled and will be rescheduled for Sunday January 18, 2009 9:00 am PST/1700 UTC. Results from the previous event will not be carried over.
- The results of the last completed round of Swiss play will be official and the top 8 players from Swiss play will be invited to participate in an 8-player Single Elimination Standard queue and play it out to determine the final standings.
- The results of the last completed round of Single Elimination will be official and the remaining players will be invited to participate in a queue of the correct designated size (8, 4, or 2) and play out to determine the final standings.