…This year, we're a little earlier marking our first July major and we’re back at Millennium Point – again! For many, this was one of the stand out venues for European fighting game tournaments, so it’s a pleasure to announce that we’ll be returning…We’ve streamlined things substantially since last year’s event – better options for food and better spaces. And yes, comfy cinema seating. And yes, big ass screen...
Whether you’re a new player or a seasoned pro, you won't want to miss it!
Registration may not be possible on the door, so follow the link to sign-up now:
Spectators: From £5 | Players: £30
Can't wait to see you there! -
Millennium Point is a short walk from Birmingham City Centre so travel is easy. Digbeth Coach Station and the New Street, Moor St and Snow Hill Train Stations are all within a 10 minute walk.
From Birmingham Airport: Trains to New Street are available from £4 per ticket right inside the airport...Taxis take 15 minutes and cost around £12. Trains from London are as low as £5!
Parking: Adjacent to the venue at £6 p/day or with private parking from £2.50 within a 5 minute walk. Roadside parking is free on Sundays and evenings (please pay attention to on-site signage).
Central Birmingham is filled with great hotel options; anything within the city centre should be within walking distance but we really like:
Conference Aston Hotel [well balanced 5:5]
Clayton Hotel [close enough to wake up super]
Staybridge Suites [great spaces for secret sessions] Anywhere on Broad Street [clubs and bars to sooth the salt]
*If you are considering the Britannia or the Paragon, please check Trip Advisor before you book. Please.
Competitors are responsible for bringing their own controllers and (3.5mm) headsets. Please have the relevant pads, sticks and cables for the games you are entering and look after them!
All tournaments follow the double elimination format so you must lose 2 sets in order to be eliminated. Use smash.gg to track your progress!
A full set of rules, requirements and expectations can be found here. Please note that in addition to the VSF Rules, some games will be subject to additional rule sets and regulations.
Electronic Dojo is a grassroots, Birmingham based community and the backbone of the VSFighting Tournament Series. Over the last 10 years we've watched the UK fighting games scene flourish and hope to keep growing the competitive stage for the games we love!