In addition, the final two days of the VCL Japan Split 1 tournament will be contested on LAN.
JAPAN – FENNEL is hosting a series of live viewing parties for VCL Japan Split 1 in Tokyo, Japan. Fans will gather in either Ginza or Shibuya to enjoy all of the matches played by FENNEL and participate in an all-you-can-drink experience as part of the event.
The venue for the Ginza event is the B ONE Road To Star, located at 777 Building B1F, 7-7-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. The location is easily accessible, with the Ginza Station just a 3-minute walk away and all subway lines providing service to the area. The ticket costs ¥2500 each and will include an all-you-can-drink package that lasts 2.5 hours, starting 30 minutes before the start of the match. The final FENNEL viewing party event in Ginza will be held on Sunday, February 5th, with doors opening at 10:00, the game starting at 11:00, and the event ending at 14:00.
1/28 (Sat) – 13:00 open, 14:00 game start, 17:00 close 1/29 (Sun) – 16:00 open, 17:00 game start, 20:00 close
- 2/5 (Sun) – 10:00 open, 11:00 game start, 14:00 close
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In Shibuya, the event will be held at the Los Cabos Shibuya, located at 1-22-9 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Pasela Resorts Shibuya 2F. The venue is only a 3-minute walk from the JR Shibuya Station Hachiko Exit. The ticket price is also ¥2500 and the all-you-can-drink will last 2.5 hours, starting 30 minutes before the start of each match. The event will be held on the following dates and times:
- 2/1 (Wed) – 16:00 open, 17:00 game start, 20:00 close
- 2/3 (Fri) – 15:00 open, 16:00 game start, 19:00 close
- 2/4 (Sat) – 16:00 open, 17:00 game start, 20:00 close
- 2/8 (Wed) – 16:00 open, 17:00 game start, 20:00 close
The Regular Season of VCL Japan Split 1 will take place from January 28 to February 10, featuring eight qualified sides in a best-of-three, single round-robin bracket.
It will award the top two teams from Regular Season an upper hand by beginning their playoff run in the upper bracket finals, while the others will start from the lower bracket quarter-finals. From there, the finalists will directly qualify for Split 2, while the third to sixth-placed teams will qualify for the Advance Stage.
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