The BGC Season 17 Starts on March 7th: Information Related to It
BGC, also known as the Biggest Game in College, is an annual three-day event held at the University of Southern California (USC) where over 250 teams from across North America and other countries come together for a weekend filled with intense competition. This year’s season starts on Friday, March 7th, and lasts until Sunday morning at 10 am PST. The games are streamed live and free all weekend long on Twitch. tv/biggestgameinthecountry. For those who can’t make it out to LA this year, follow along online or through social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram (@biggestgameinthecountry) for updates.
Each team is sponsored by a college or university and consists of seven players (plus substitutes). Players are assigned to the teams during tryouts, usually held in October/November. In order to be eligible for participation at BGC, each player must meet these requirements:
Aged 18 years or older
Be enrolled in college (graduate students are eligible)
Have a valid student ID on the date of tryouts and throughout tournament play.
The basics: each team has seven players with one substitute, there is no gender requirement when it comes to playing for your school, everyone must meet eligibility requirements such as being an undergraduate student at their respective university who also has a current student card during the time of registration. The teams compete over three days from Friday through Sunday morning starting at 12 PM EST on March 13th until the last game finishes around 11 AM PST on March 16th. There’s really nothing like attending these tournaments live but if you can’t make it out to LA this year, you can watch the tournament live on YouTube.
Eligibility requirements for players: undergraduate students at their respective university with a current student card during registration time. They also must meet other criteria such as being over 18 years old or having completed high school, etc…what are these qualifications and more information about them?
What’s really nothing like attending these tournaments live but if you can’t make it out to LA this year, you can watch the tournament live on YouTube. There’s no need for an account since all of the games will be streamed online so log in and head on over to the BGC YouTube page.
It’s going to be a great year for this tournament with new players, old faces, and everyone in between so make sure you tune in to watch it live as we get started!
When does BGC Season 17 Start? The official opening day will take place on March 07th at 12 PM PST (noon). There are two ways that you can watch: either by streaming online or attending one of the many qualifiers around the nation which lead up to the big event. Who Competes? Players must meet eligibility requirements such as being 18 years old and have a US address.
The official opening day will take place on March 07th at 12 PM PST (noon). There are two ways that you can watch: either by streaming online or attending one of the many qualifiers around the nation which lead up to the big event. Who Competes? Players must meet eligibility requirements such as being 18 years old and have a US address. To those who aren’t eligible for BGC, there is another tournament coming up called BGCTour that takes place in April with an open qualifier taking place sometime in February so sign up now before it’s too late!
Make sure to tune into these tournaments because they’re fun, exciting, and thrilling events where we get to see players compete with one another to show who is the best.
The tournament will take place in Las Vegas and this time around, it’s a major event where we expect lots of exciting moments from competitors as they get ready for the big championship match.
There are many ways you can watch these tournaments including either watching online or attending one of the many qualifiers that will be taking place all across America leading up to the grand finals which happen on April 21st.
What Happens at BGC?
Players must meet eligibility requirements such as being 18 years old and have a US address (or some other country with its own qualifier) before they are allowed access into BGC Season 17 Qualifiers. They also need to pay an entry fee when registering for the qualifiers. The next requirement is that they must have a tournament-ready deck and be able to complete matches in accordance with current BGC rules before being allowed access into these tournaments (more on this later).
How Much Does it Cost?
Qualifiers will cost $25, but if you’re lucky enough to make your way through, then you’ll get two byes for the Grand Finals when you attend one of them. This means that players who attend a qualifier are eligible to compete against other players at their own skill level which can lead up to finals or even win prizes! You don’t need any qualifications though so anyone from anywhere is free to play in as many qualifiers as they want – there’s no limit on how much time you have to spend.