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Fairfield, OH - 07/28/18 - 2018 Midwest Tecmo Super Bowl Tournament (11th Annual)

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REGISTRATION GOES LIVE MAY 1, 2018!

 

WHAT: 2018 Midwest Tecmo Super Bowl Tournament (11th Annual)

WHEN: Saturday, July 28, 2018
WHERE: Rick's Tavern & Grille, 5955 Boymel Drive, Fairfield, Ohio 45014 

Buy-In: $35; includes a tournament T-shirt; prizes and giveaways; 1991 NFL memorabilia

Websitehttp://mwtecmo.com

Ruleshttp://mwtecmo.com/tournament-rules/‬

Format‪http://mwtecmo.com/tournament-format

Live Stream: ‪http://mwtecmo.com/watch

Prizes: Top performers will take home cash and trophies
 
SIGN-UPhttp://mwtecmo.com/purchase-tournament-entry
 
Here is a tentative schedule: ‪http://mwtecmo.com/schedule

 

WHAT'S ON TAP:
1.) The Main Event

2.) Whoever throws for the most passing yards with Boomer Esiason will win a prize.

3.) Whoever rushes for the most yards with James Brooks will win a prize.

4.) The "first out" single elimination tournament. Players to be eliminated in the early stages of the main event will participate in a single elimination tournament for a prize.

5.) Women's Tournament (tentative)

6.) Hang out with the Legendary David Fulcher and support his MS foundation: merch, autographs, photo session, raffle to play Fulcher in a game of Tecmo, and much more!

 

***Midwest Satellite Tournament: The new player satellite tournament is set for Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at McKinley's Pub, located at 5120 Pleasant Ave., Fairfield, Ohio 45014. The event is FREE for anyone who has not participated in a Midwest Main Event tournament. Please pass along the word to those who may show interest! More information about the satellite tournament is right here: http://mwtecmo.com/midwestsatellite
 
***Introducing Midwest Tecmo's first-ever RBI Baseball Tournament/Nintendo Night on Friday, July 27, 2018 beginning at 6 p.m. EST! An anything goes RBI Baseball tournament will take place with prizes to the winners. This will also be a time for those looking to get in some pickup games and play some other Nintendo games as well. Stay tuned for more details regarding the RBI tourney format!

 

If you have any questions regarding Midwest Tecmo, please drop us an email at ‪[email protected]‬.

 

We look forward to another GREAT time in Greater Cincinnati!

 

The Midwest Tecmo Team

@MWTecmo | #MWTecmoXI

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Keep us informed of the big names and amount of players in the tournament i might be able to pester Gats into going to this if there is enough competition and players.

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On 4/18/2018 at 10:49 PM, hankthetank said:

Keep us informed of the big names and amount of players in the tournament i might be able to pester Gats into going to this if there is enough competition and players.

You bet. The talks right now, pending my phone call to the tourney site here in a couple minutes, is a possible RBI Baseball tourney/open Nintendo night on Friday night before Midwest. Stay tuned for more announcements. 

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Right now it's highly likely that you will see Gats and I at this.  Hopefully having the 2 finalists of Madison will give this tournament some hype.

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The hype was too real for the Semi-Finals game at the Midwest Tecmo Super Bowl Satellite Tournament. The Vogt’s bring energy to Tecmo like I've never seen before. Greg edged out a close one and fought off a serious comeback by Josh.  Pictured here is Brian and Josh.  The Vogt's were really routing for their hometown players.  They made a Satellite Tournament feel like the Super Bowl.  

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I was looking up hotel pricing today and then decided to look into alternate options.

 

I found out that the campsite 15 minutes away has a four-bed cabin with electricity at half the price of any hotel. Would anyone be interested in bunking up? Maybe a mini Friday-night tourney after the bar closes? Maybe a Burning Vogt competition?

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On 7/3/2018 at 12:12 PM, RetroNathan said:

I’m a 50/50 shot to make it. Hoping to play in my first MW Tourney; it would be great seeing everyone again. Trying to hammer out family details. 

I highly recommend going to the event as it is an awesome experience and Chris does things right. 

 

Personal highlights from previous Midwest Tournaments:

-Apparently I was screaming and ranting during one of the tournament finals, I don't remember because I was kept in double bourbons and ginger all night thanks to a kind bartender who only charged me some amount less than the $100s of dollars I was expecting to see on my credit card

-I returned the favor to Chris the next year much to Amanda's regret I would imagine

-The tecmo was fun too

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Anyone got a place to crash Friday or Saturday or split a hotel otherwise I think me and Joey might have to back out.

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1 hour ago, hankthetank said:

Anyone got a place to crash Friday or Saturday or split a hotel otherwise I think me and Joey might have to back out.

 

I ended up booking the cabin - it has four beds. Tundra Nate said he was a maybe, because he has to decide if he's going to make the trip. There's room if you and Gats want in.

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On 7/9/2018 at 4:30 PM, Super Duper said:

 

I ended up booking the cabin - it has four beds. Tundra Nate said he was a maybe, because he has to decide if he's going to make the trip. There's room if you and Gats want in.

Good deal. Can’t wait for this two-day event. Look forward to hanging with ya!

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2 hours ago, vogtcd11 said:

Good deal. Can’t wait for this two-day event. Look forward to hanging with ya!

Gats will be playing from arrival to exit nonstop with about a combined 6 hours weekend sleep.

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This year’s official T-shirt. Sign up today or Sunday to guarantee your MW swag at www.mwtecmo.com! 2 weeks away!

 

And we are happy to announce that our live stream will be setup and produced by TecmoPsycho, Derek Ruble, this year. With plenty of play-by-play and commentary announcers getting in on the action. Looking forward to broadcasting #MWTecmoXI to Tecmo Nation on July 28 at twitch.tv/mwtecmo! See you all soon!

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