The Cerro Coso Community College Foundation is proud to announce its first ever Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Gaming Tournament and Fundraiser on Saturday, August 24, 2019 to begin at 12 p.m. in the Community Room (MB 350).
A new venture for the Foundation, the cost to enter the tournament is $12 per individual or $20 per team of two. Interested gamers may register for the tournament at https:/cerrocoso.ticketpsice.com/gaming-tournament. The Registration deadline is August 22nd at 12 noon. Entry fees will be waved for any individual donating the use of their Switch for the competition. If interested contact Kellen Nelepovitz at 760-384-6210.
General rules for the completion include rounds-best of 3 matches; style-stock/lives; stock-3 lives; time limit-5 minutes; final smash meter-off; spirits-off; damage handicap-off; stage selection-loser; items-off/none; damage ratio-10x; pause-off; hazard toggle-off; Mii-all move sets legal. Permitted stages will include: Battlefield, Big Battlefield, and Final Destination. Permitted Controllers will include GameCube Controller and Switch Pro Controller. Gamers will be allowed to play with their own controllers.
Prizes for the event compliments of event sponsors: Saalex, Bernie’s Landscaping, Coldwell Banker, AltaOne and President’s Circle members: Ridgecrest Regional Hospital, Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union, and Mather Brothers Inc. Individual competition will receive a $150 WalMart gift card for first place and $75 WalMart gift card for the Runner-Up. Team completion will receive $75 WalMart gift card for each player for first place; and runner ups will each receive a $40 WalMart gift card.
Gamers are also encouraged to come dressed as their favorite character.
The CCCC Foundation and its Board members, are passionate about making a difference in the lives of the individual students, campuses, workforce, and their communities. Together, they are making it possible for students to not only improve their own lives, but also change the lives of others. They do this by supporting student scholarships, the Cerro Coso Promise, Campus Hunger FREE program, student programs and activities on campus like Phi Theta Kappa, and professional development for employees. “We couldn't do what we do without the support of our foundation and the generous donations of private individuals, businesses, and organizations,” said College President Jill Board. “It's a game changer.”
For more information on the upcoming Gaming Tournament contact Natalie Dorrell at 760-384-6260.