The final pre-Evolution events of the season are in the books, and you can view the results below.
The era of The Movie Collection has come to an end, as Evolution will be in full effect for this weekend’s Texas Regional. Attendance is looking to be higher than ever (and capped at 256), so be sure to pre-register!
Last weekend, the California Regionals took place at Forgotten Path games in Vacaville.
90 players entered the final Regional of this metagame, and the usual suspects made their last remarks. In the end, it was fitting that the finals featured Black Krillin (Jarret McBride) against Black Krillin (Douglas Perdomo). After back to back Top 4 appearances at Chicago and Colorado, Jarret was able to push through for both the invite and tournament win! Now, a player with three consecutive Regional T4s joins the ranks of the other warriors qualified for Worlds. Only two invites remain, who will claim them?! Or perhaps more importantly – what will claim them? The field has never been so open with possibilities, and the stakes have never been this high…
One thing is certain – whoever wins Texas is going to earn it!
California T4 Decks:
- Jarret McBride* – Black Krillin
- Douglas Perdomo* – Black Krillin
- William Houser – Black Krillin
- Brandon Bartholomew – Blue Ginyu
In addition to the Regional, the Toronto Qualifier was running on the same day. 29 players attended, with the invites going to Spencer Gerhardt (1st) and Nick Wasinski (2nd)!
Check back tomorrow for a full breakdown of Worlds info, including dates, locations, side events, swag reveals, and other general information. Even if you are not qualified for Worlds, you’re going to want to attend!
Finally, the full visual checklist of Evolution will be posted in the near future. Please note that it will not include the promo cards for this set.
2 thoughts on “Organized Play Roundup: California/Toronto Results, and Texas Reminders!”
Will Houser playing NO Confrontations and top 4?!? I bet he was the only one with confrontation/stare down in top 16. Maybe players need to rethink what the consider “staples” .
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