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Schedule DPP OU 2021 Master Thread

Discussion in 'DPP OU' started by CALLOUS, Jan 6, 2021.

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    CALLOUS YouTube.com/CALLOUSnarrates Leader

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    Welcome to Pokemon Perfect's 2021 DPP OU season! Here you'll find the rules and schedule we'll be following this year! Please keep in mind that while we have every intention to follow this as closely as possible, unforeseen emergency situations may cause slight changes. If something like that occurs, we'll communicate.

    Confirmed Tournaments Containing DPP OU-

    (Date of signups/Date of tournament start)

    January 17th - DPP OU Open 1 Signups

    January 24th - DPP OU Open 1 Start

    March 7th - DPP OU Open 2 Signups

    March 14th - DPP OU Open 2 Start

    March 28th - Pokemon Perfect League (Manager Signups)

    April 4th - Pokemon Perfect League (Players Signups)

    April 18th - Pokemon Perfect League (Auction)

    April 25th - DPP OU Open 3 Signups

    May 3rd - DPP OU Open 3 Start

    June 13th - DPP OU Open 4 Signups

    June 20th - DPP OU Open 4 Start

    July 25th - World Cup of Pokemon Perfect (Roster Submissions)

    August 1st - DPP OU Open 5 Signups

    August 8th - DPP OU Open 5 Start
    August 8th - World Cup of Pokemon Perfect (Tour Start)

    September 19th - DPP OU Open 6 Signups

    September 26th - DPP OU Open 6 Start

    November 7th - Pokemon Perfect DPP OU Championship

    DPP OU Opens-

    • Open to the public with no cap on the number of accepted players. If you sign up you will get a chance to play!
    • Single elimination.
    • Due to imperfect starting numbers, byes may be awarded at random in the first round only.
    • Any DPP Open with less than 16 signups will be cancelled.
    • All pairings in all rounds will be completely random. There are no predetermined brackets. If the tournament host chooses to play in the tournament a non-participating staff member will draw the pairings.
    • Only communication on Pokemon Perfect or on Discord is eligible for consideration in the event of an activity win situation.
    • Replays are mandatory from the semifinals onward.
    • All matches are b03.
    • All Smogon rules, bans and clauses are applicable.
    • DPP Championship Points will be awarded to players based on their finish as per the table listed below.

    Pokemon Perfect DPP OU Championship-

    • This tour is comprised of exactly 16 players and is seeded (based on DPP Championship Points).
    • This tour is NOT open to everyone. Here is the breakdown how the spots will be filled:
      • The first and second place finishers in each of the 6 DPP Opens will be guaranteed a spot in the DPP Championship.
      • The remaining spots will be filled with the players with the most overall DPP Championship Points. In the event of a tie, a tie-breaker for the spot will be required.
      • Please note - a player may place first or second in more than one an DPP Open; to be clear they do not "double qualify". This tour will have exactly 16 players no matter what and that does not necessarily mean that it will be comprised of 12 unique first and second place finishers and the 2 players with the most DPP Championship Points.
    DPP Championship Points Standings-

    21 Points


    13 Points


    12 Points

    11 Points

    10 Points

    7 Points

    Lord Thorx

    6 Points
    TopLel TopKek

    5 Points

    Drogba in Shenhua

    4 Points


    3 Points

    2 Points

    1 Point
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