FAQ Tournaments

The following tournaments are held during Stunfest:

  • Stuntacus : Godtiers Of The Arena (a tournament where games are randomly selected among other Stunfest tournament games)
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ
  • Marvel VS Capcom Infinite
  • Capcom VS SNK 2
  • Breakers Revenge
  • [Capcom Pro Tour] Street Fighter V Arcade Edition
  • Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2
  • Street Fighter 3 Third Strike
  • The King Of Fighters XIV
  • Super Street Fighter 2 X (1VS1 et 3VS3)
  • Super Smash Bros WiiU
  • Tekken 7

To compete, you are required to pay both a “Festival Pass Competition” and the registration fee for the chosen game(s) to confirm your participation (a 0.99€ Weezevent commission will be charged). The Festival Tournament Pass is for tournament participants only, and gives access to the entire Stunfest festival.
The Pass is only valid for the days you compete (the 3-day Pass is valid if you compete at least 2 days during the Stunfest).

For queries regarding the purchase of you ticket to the festival= tickets@stunfest.com
For queries regarding your participation as a competitor= tournaments@stunfest.com.

Once your Tournament Pass and fee(s) have been paid on Weezevent.com, you will be registered for th tournaments via the smash.gg event created for the occasion. For any queries, please mail to tournaments@stunfest.com.

Tournament registration on Weezevent.com until May 7th at a preferential rate. Competition Pass tariffs will be increased from €20 to €30 on site. Registration is open according to availability. It is strongly advised to register online as soon as possible.

There is no refund for tournament registration.

Tournaments are open without restriction (other than the purchase of a Competition Pass and payment of the registration fee) and the qualifying rounds will take place the same day in the Tournament Area.

During the qualifying rounds, the tournament area is restricted. In addition, large screens have been installed to broadcast certain qualifiers.
The final phases will be played live on the Great Stage of the Liberté, and broadcast on the festival’s various stream channels.

The rules of each tournament are described in the “Rules” section in the “Tournaments” page of the site.

You need to bring your own joystick.

All finals will be played live on the Great Stage of the Liberté, and broadcast live via a large screen and on the festival’s various streams.

You will find many catering stands in and around the festival grounds. You will need to buy hits that will allow you to buy your meal.