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2018 EFT at Stanford, 11/10

Posted: Sat Sep 08, 2018 5:01 pm
by Saltasassi
The Northern California mirror of EFT will take place at Stanford University on November 10, 2018. (We realize this isn't exactly "early fall" but it works out best for the tournament calendar.) If you'd like to register, please shoot an email to me ([email protected]) and Jonchee Kao ([email protected]).

For more information about EFT, check out the original tournament announcement: http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=20808
Please note the eligibility rules:
For college teams, all in-person US sites of this tournament will be completely closed. High schoolers may play, and can play on chimera teams with permission, but permission will only be granted if they are unable to play with their school team. Exceptions to these rules may possibly be granted with approval of the head editor. Sites in non-US countries may set different policies, but please alert the head-editor to any changes from what is stated here for US teams. We plan to run an early open play-testing mirror on Skype. All sites should use the advanced/online scorekeeping methods provided.
The fee structure will be as follows:
$120/team
Buzzer discount: $5/working buzzer set
Staffer discount: $10/staffer
Travel discount: $10/200 miles traveled (per Google Maps)

Current field (teams/buzzers/staff):
Berkeley x 4
Stanford x 1
UC Davis x 1

We look forward to seeing you!

Re: 2018 EFT at Stanford, 11/10

Posted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 10:27 am
by Aaron's Rod
What does the field look like right now?

Re: 2018 EFT at Stanford, 11/10

Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2018 12:19 am
by Ye Unfeeling Romeo
Aaron's Rod wrote: Tue Oct 30, 2018 10:27 am What does the field look like right now?
We tentatively have enough Berkeley and Stanford teams for this tournament to happen, for sure, but we’d like some diversity in the field: please sign up (very) soon if you would like to play this tournament!

Re: 2018 EFT at Stanford, 11/10

Posted: Sun Nov 11, 2018 4:07 pm
by Ye Unfeeling Romeo
Berkeley A beat Stanford in a finals round that they entered with one less loss than Stanford to win the tournament. Stats can be found here.

Thanks to everyone who came out for the tournament! I hope you all had a great time. Feel free to join the discussion forum for the EFT set by going to your User Control Panel, clicking over to Usergroups, and requesting to join the 2018 EFT discussion. The writers and editors of the question set would love your feedback!