Event Information for @FrostyFaustings X is LIVE!
As of September 1st, registration for Frosty Faustings X opened to the public. The event will occur at the Clarion Inn and Waterford Conference Center in Elmhurst, Illinois on January 19, 2018.
— FFX Jan 19+20 2018 (@FrostyFaustings) September 1, 2017
Throughout all of September, the venue fee for Frosty Faustings will be priced at $30 plus a $10 fee for each game competitors wish to enter. The venue fee will increase as we draw closer to the month of January. Spectators can also purchase a pass online for $15. Registrations are handled at this section of the event’s official website.
The following list of games will be featured at FFX:
- Street Fighter V (Singles and Doubles)
- Guilty Gear XRD Revelator 2 (Singles and Doubles)
- Blazblue: Central Fiction
- Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late[st]
- Marvel vs Capcom Infinite
- Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
- Tekken 7 (Singles and Doubles)
- Injustice 2
- Super Smash Bros. Wii-U (Singles and Doubles)
- Super Smash Bros. Melee (Singles and Doubles)
- Gundam Versus
- Killer Instinct
- Skullgirls 2nd Encore
- King of Fighters XIV
- Melty Blood
- Six Stars
- Vampire Savior
- Pokken Tournament DX
- Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus
- Ultra Street Fighter 4
- Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
- 3rd Strike Street Fighter 3
- Puyo Puyo Tetris Swap Mode
- Tatsunoko vs Capcom
- Divekick Addition Edition
Now that is a HUGE list of games to enter.
In addition, Frosty Faustings will feature a special event called Chicago’s Mystery Tournament. Unlike the rest of the lineup, the Mystery Tournament comes with a $15 entry fee along with a special set of rules provided by the organizers. For details on this event, see this page.
Details on prize payouts have yet to go public.
As one of the first events to kick off the new year in Chicago, the event combines the latest generation of fighting games with blasts from the past to give us the best of both worlds! Frosty Faustings X is brought to you by the same gentlemen responsible for the creation of Combo Breaker, CEOtaku, Youmacon, Rubicon and Kings of the North, all of which are high-quality conventions in their own right. In fact, with the recent uprising of esports, Combo Breaker has received quite a respectable amount of attention from the media.