MAY MADNESS GAME OF S.K.A.T.E. TOURNAMENT

MAY MADNESS GAME OF S.K.A.T.E. TOURNAMENT

RULES:

Parkside will be adopting the same rules as Battle at the Berrics:

No feet on the ground. That means no No Complys, no Hand plants, no Bonelesses, no grabs, and no Manual tricks. No doing tricks that slide on the ground if your opponent popped their trick. Last letter gets two tries.
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You must pre-register no later than April 28th at Parkside Skateshop. It is free to enter but limited spots are available. 
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To determine opponents of opening matches all names will be put in a hat and drawn randomly for each bracket.
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Opening brackets will be held May 1st and 2nd at Cosmo Skatepark. We will notify the competitors of their day and time slots on April 29th. If you have a preferred day let us know when you sign up and we will try to accommodate. After that matches dates and locations will alternate through out the month based on skaters schedule and availability. 
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Matches will stream live on our Instagram page parkside_skateshop

Over $500 in Cash and Prizes up for grabs!

How the Game of S.K.A.T.E. works: SKATE, also known as the Game of Skate, is a skateboarding game using rules based upon the game H.O.R.S.E. played by basketball players. One player sets a trick by doing a particular skateboarding trick of their choice. If the trick is not landed, or the board did not fully rotate another player attempts to set a trick. Once a trick has been set (landed exactly), if the offensive player lands a trick in a line the other player cannot do another trick within the line, the other player(s) must respond by doing the same trick in their first try. If they make it the game continues; If every one gets the trick the player who set it gets a point if they miss it, they get a letter, starting with S, and so on, until they have missed five tricks, spelling SKATE, and they are out or the game is over. No trick may be set more than once in the same game and a skater defending on their last letter may receive two attempts at that trick. If the player lands the trick they have gained the lead and set the trick.