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(Jul 28th, 2012)
Webcam Tournaments are coming soon!
      by Seppel

We're getting ready to bring back webcam tournaments! Get your 40-card decks ready! (Starter decks are welcome!)

Webcam tournaments are a great way to earn game points and possibly walk away with a lot of Furos! When you are logged in to your account, you can see how many game points you have by going to your control panel and clicking on the Furoticon tab. If you have the most points after this league year is over (May 2013), you win a custom Furoticon card featuring your character, to appear in a new set!

...and furos can be used to get free cards and more!

Art by zombieme

We're implementing a few changes to help make webcam tournaments more entertaining for the players. First off, the names of the tournament levels were a little intimidating to players, so now the levels are named Basic, Generous, and Extra Generous! The only difference is the signup cost, the game points earned, and the Furos earned. Win up to 26 game points and 2400 Furos per tournament! Play big to win big!

Additionally, since Tinychat's video quality is degrading, we will be using Skype to run our webcam tournaments!

Our resident green tiger, Tsumi, has won enough Furoticon games already, so I'm appointing him head judge of webcam tournaments. He has a firm grasp on the rules of the game, so if you have a rules question while playing, don't be afraid to ask him! Also, if he ever starts acting improperly, please bring that to my attention. :)

For the full rules on webcam tournaments, click here!

We will announce the time and level of the next webcam tournament soon!

Question to players who want to play: What days and times work best for you? What timezone are you in?

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HuskyRedz on Jul 29th, 2012 @ 11:14 PM
I hope this becomes a regular thing :3 Great way to earn points when you can't make it to cons X3

EdwardHyena on Jul 29th, 2012 @ 10:17 PM
Ha ha. "Firm grasp". I see what you did there.

Seppel on Jul 29th, 2012 @ 12:27 PM
Yes, even if you've never played a game, as long as you know the rules, you can compete. :)

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