The online qualifiers for Pokemon at Apex 2012 were a blast, and the fourth and final one concluded tonight. Across the four events, many competitors battled their way through the Singles and Doubles events to prove themselves for the Apex 2012 tournament this weekend. Players that earned seeding points and enter the event this weekend will be seeded appropriately. The qualifying players are as follows: Singles theamericandream38 – 12 points YoshiDiddy – 8 points pacostames101 – 8 points Dark Master – 8 points Jarvitz – 7 points the wolf – 5 points Doom – 4 points Sapphire Birch – 4 points Jio – 2 points KawaiiPoyo – 1 point Arban – 1 point Doubles Sapphire Birch – 9 points theamericandream38 – 8 points sandman – 8 points A1D – 8 points rekcornomtih – 5 points Dark Master – 4 points Cybertron – 4 points Jio – 4 points sandman – 2 points Jarvitz – 2 points Gemi – 2 points Calm Lava – 2 points KZ – 1 point the wolf – 1 point Congratulations to all of our seeded players! Look forward to the action coming from Pokemon Black & White this weekend at Apex 2012.
January 2, 2012 in News
First off, before the flood gates let out, I’d like to make two major points: Unless you were seeded against someone you play normally, your seed was largely unchanged. With that said, 29 teams came in with seeding points, and three japanese teams rounded out the top 32. The remaining 96 teams were then seeded as: 32 expert 32 intermediate 32 beginner. Two second seed teams were switched Two third And two fourth. If you listed yourself without a partner, I’d like you to note that Alex Strife released a few statements saying that you had until noon today. We extended that because we wanted to round the bracket out to 128 teams, which we’ve done. If you’re without a partner still, or you didn’t register in time, it means that you did not make the bracket, and it will be EXTREMELY unlikely that you will be entered. With that said, this may be the most fair and balanced bracket in Smash History. Without further Ado, we bring you the Apex 2012 doubles Bracket! Credit to dmbrandon, Doom and Bionic. Click here to view the bracket (The file is 1.5MB. Click “Expand to Actual Size” to expand it.)