The 5 State Majors for the Fighting Game Community in Australia for 2014
In a nationwide series of tournaments, each of these major events will host the best of Australia’s fighting game talent. Each of the five events will have hundreds of participants and will be live streamed to thousands of viewers in the ever growing gaming spectator audience.
Players from across the country gather for community, camaraderie, and of course competitive glory. Personal and interstate rivalries are on the line. Prepare to follow the journey of the players and community from event to event, to see who will become state and national champions.
With the schedule below, members of the community, whether casual or competitive player, spectator, media or sponsor can see where each major fits in calendar 2014. These are the big ones, and not to be missed.
Call for Sponsors: Sponsorship and promotional opportunities are available for each event. Plus social, web, local, specialised and cross-event sponsorship.
Media enquiries: Media are also encouraged to cover the events and players.
Contact: Individual event organisers below, or general assistance and queries, at end.
2014 National Majors Schedule:
Note – Each region also has its own regular casual, ranking, and qualifier events.
- March 15-16 – Brisbane, Queensland
- May 10-11 – Melbourne, Victoria
- August 29-31 – Melbourne, Victoria
- October TBC – Sydney, New South Wales
- November TBC – Adelaide, South Australia
Additional Information and Contact:
Daniel Chlebowczyk email@example.com
President: CouchWarriors. PR and Marketing: Ozhadou, Buttonsmash.
About The Organisers
Collectively, the Australian Fighting Game community is organised by these groups.
CouchWarriors (BAM): A not for profit community organisation dedicated to supporting and promoting the whole fighting game community, managing events, and encouraging new players. www.couchwarriors.org
Ozhadou (OHN): A website dedicated to Australia’s fighting game community. Discussion and articles cover a vast range of fighting games, and thus all fighting games fans are welcome.www.ozhadou.net
Shadowlogic (Shadowloo Showdown): Competitive game community, mainly focused on the fighting game genre. Home of Shadowloo Showdown www.shadowlogic.com.au
KeepEtClassy (ButtonSmash): Keep ‘et Classy is a community, an ideology. A place for you to come and play with friends, make new friends and more! www.keepetclassy.com
SAFGC (Southern Cross Championships): Dedicated to growing competitive Fighting Games in South Australia. https://www.facebook.com/SouthAustralianFightingGameCommunity