2022-23 Malaysia Pokémon TCG Town League Tournaments Details Information
Put your Pokémon TCG skills to the test in The Town League! 2022-23 Season of Town League is starting this September at the Pokémon Card Gym! Championship points will be awarded to the top finishers in each tournament. Depending on the total number of points earned, you can qualify for the Pokémon World Championships.
|Event Period||September 2022 to August 2023|
|Venue||Check via Event Locator|
|Capacity||Depends on each shop|
|Regulations||Standard Regulations 60 cards Deck with 6 Prize cards|
|League Category||Open League|
|Winner Prize||Regional League Invite and Round 1 Bye 3 additional Booster Packs|
|Participation Prize||All players will receive 1 Single Card Set and 2 Booster Packs for completing the tournament|
|About Championships Point||The CSP table referenced will vary depending on the number of participants in the tournamentThe CSP table will then assign the corresponding CSP according to the actual number of participants. For more details, click here|
|Other Information||Please check each event page for additional information|
How to Participate
Pre-register your slot online through the Trainers Web.
If there is some space available after pre-registration ends, we will accept walk-in registration on a first come, first served basis. Pre-register participants will be a priority.
If you wish to cancel your registered slot, please cancel in advance through My Page in the Trainers Web.
|Registration Period||Please check each event page|
|Registration Results||After pre registration closes, please check your My Page space to see if you’ve been selected.|
|Precautions||Everyone is welcome to join the Town League. Invitations to the Regional League are for residents only.|
|Available Cards to be used||Pokémon Trading Card Game English version only (multilingual language cards are prohibited) Pokémon TCG Banned Card List|
|Deck List Submission||
|Items to bring||
No rental equipment will be available at the venue on the day of the event.
|Structure||Swiss rounds, Best-of-One (Bo1)|
|Number of Rounds||
The number of rounds will depend on the number of participants on the day.
(In the case of 32 or fewer players, the number of rounds will be 5; 33 or more players, the number of rounds will be 6.)
Any changes will be announced during the tournament description on the day of the event.
|Match Duration||25 minutes|
|Swapping Cards||Players cannot swap cards in their deck between rounds.|
|Match Resolution||Rules on Match Resolution for Bo1 matches|
Win: 3 match points, Loss: 0 match points. A Draw counts as a Loss for both players.
Players with the same number of match points will have their rankings decided with an additional calculation method.
Other Requests to All Participants
* If by the end of that match the player who was late doesn’t explicitly express their wish to continue playing in the tournament, they will be automatically dropped.
* Participants who fail to show up on the day of the tournament without a valid reason may not be allowed to participate in future events.
As part of COVID-19 protocols, in order to reduce contact between players, please refrain from touching your opponent’s cards and deck. See below for more details. Also do note that judges may have to touch players’ cards to check their decks and sleeves.
During matches, cards must be shuffled by their owner. Once cards have been sufficiently shuffled, the opposing player may, within reason, ask for an additional shuffle such as written below.
Examples of additional shuffle methods:
① “Please shuffle until I say ‘stop’.”
② “Please cut your deck in three piles, then put them back in the order I’ll specify.”
③ “Please put a number of cards I’ll specify from the top of your deck to the bottom.” (Specify a number between 1 and 10)
Players who want to check their opponent’s discarded cards should politely ask their opponent to show them their discard pile. The opposing player should then show the contents of their discard pile in a clear manner.
|During and between matches||
Participants are required to check all of the following rules:
Please follow instructions from staff members and sit at your designated table.
Tables will be sufficiently spaced from each other.
Submitting match results
Both players have to report the score together to the score taker staff.
Please bring a face mask.
Please have a face mask on when entering the venue and keep it on at all times. Otherwise, you will be refused entry into the venue.
If you are accompanying a participant, as a guardian or otherwise, you are also required to bring and wear a mask.
Please refrain from entering the venue if any of the following applies to you:
TPC will have the right to cancel the event with any unavoidable circumstances or if we deem it is unsafe to run the Event. We will do our best to give players as much notice as we can if an event is canceled. Please kindly be aware of these circumstances when registering.