The Couch TCG Season #2 Tournament #6
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The Couch TCG Season 2 Tournaments

Our Tournaments are being Hosted by the Discord Community; The Couch TCG & Chill and are sponsored by MadRat Toys & Collectors Destiny.

Couch TCG is back with its Second Season! This is the 6th Tournament of the season. The tournament is Free Entry. Temporal Forces will be legal for this tournament. We will be providing a Prize Pool of 200 Temporal Forces Codes. Points will also be distributed out to players for Couch TCG Leader Board* Best of Luck and Have Fun.

Discord Link:
Discord Tournament Staff: @Buizel, @TTVDemonicNinja, @RbBraxton, @Jessie Jones & @shooterman7711

Tournament Info

  • All Couch TCG Limitless Tournaments are Pokémon TCG Live Standard Format and are Open Decklist.

  • The Tournament will have One Phase; Swiss Rounds.

  • Swiss Rounds BO1 Matches are 30 minutes long along with a 5-minute Check In per round.

  • Each participant will required to both Check In and Submit a Decklist before the tournament starts.

  • If a Decklist is not Pokémon TCG Standard Legal, then you will be notified to change your decklist. Failure to comply will result in the player being Disqualified from the tournament. If you made any mistakes with your initial decklist submission, please contact a Judge to get an approval for changes to be made.

  • When the tournament starts, all players that have not submitted decklists or not checked in will be removed from the tournament. If you are running late, then please notify a member of Staff on the discord so we can add a Late Timer.

  • It is the players’ responsibility to Check In to all matches. If you fail to check in to any match, then you will be issued with an automatic Game Loss. If you fail to check into at least two matches, then you will be Disqualified from the tournament for Inactivity. If you're having a problem checking in please contact a judge.

  • If Time for a round is called, the current Swiss Round Matches in session will end in a Tie unless otherwise stated by a member of staff. Either player can choose to concede the match in order to give their opponent the Win, otherwise the match will be considered a Tie.

  • All cards are considered Legal for play the day they are released on Pokémon TCG Live. If the Limitless website doesn't recognize the cards yet, then those cards are considered Illegal for play.

  • The Tournament will be allowing people to stream their games on Twitch.

  • If at any time you have any questions or concerns, please join the discord, and please contact any of the Tournament Staff, and we will do our best to answer your questions and concerns.


  • Any player who is found breaking Discord or Tournament Rules, using game exploits, harassment, etc. will receive penalties under the Staff or Judges discretion.

  • Judge Calls Issues and problems during your match will be handled by our Tournament Staff. Please use the Judge Call button. Any issues brought up on Discord won't be guaranteed to be answered.

  • Proof that needs to be provided by players about any issue will need to be sent to one of the Tournament Staff on the Discord server or be posted in the Judge Call Proof Channel in the Discord.

  • Any player who is found to be behaving inappropriately will be given a Warning, and all conflict, harassment, etc. will be handled by a Moderator. If failure to comply, then we will be escalating the penalties based on the staff’s discretion.

  • If you select the wrong deck when starting a game, please Call a Judge Immediately. The match will be restarted, and the round will be extended if need be. If you have made any other actions in game, you will be issued an automatic Game Loss.

  • Wrongly Reported Matches will need to be proved with a screenshot of the victory screen so that the game’s report can be corrected. If the person causing this issue does this more than once in the tournament, then they will be told that they will be Disqualified for trying to rig the tournament in their favor.

  • If you believe your opponent is Slow Playing, please call a Judge as early as possible. The only acceptable form of proof is if you can show either a recorded clip of the instance or the streaming of your game in the Couch TCG Discord.

  • If you experience any of the following but not limited to: Game Freezing, Internet Issues, Server Issues, Game Lag, Glitches, Device Crashing, Game Disconnection a Game Loss will be issued to the player experiencing the issue if the game is Unstable. Otherwise, please attempt to finish the game if possible. If the issue is at the very start of the game then the match will be restarted, but If it continues during the game, a Game Loss will be issued to the player experiencing the issue.

  • Intentional Draws can be granted if both players agree to it. When an intentional draw is agreed upon, the match will end in a Tie. Each player can only be awarded two intentional draws per tournament.


All code prizes will be distributed in our Discord within 72 hours of Tournament End.
This Tournament’s Prize Pool will be 200 Temporal Forces Pokémon TCGL codes and will be distributed as follows:

  • 1st Place - 75 Codes
  • 2nd Place - 45 Codes
  • 3rd-4th Place - 20 Codes
  • 5th-8th Place - 10 Codes

If you are eligible for prizing, please get in contact with @Buizel or @QueenClaris on the Discord, and we will get them to you as soon as we can. After the 72 Hours, any remaining codes to be distrusted among top 8 will be sent to your Rewards page:

Along with the Codes Prizes, Players will also be Awarded Points that can be accumulated throughout the season.
At the end of each Season, if you have Earned Enough Points, you may be in the chance of receiving additional Codes depending on where you are on the Leader Board.

The Points will be distributed as follows:

  • 1st to 2nd - 20 Points
  • 3rd to 4th - 10 Points
  • 5th to 8th - 5 Points
  • 9th to 16th - 2 Points
  • 17th to 32nd - 1 Point


The Number of rounds will be based on the number of participants.
We will be following Pokémon TCG Tournament Structure Standards.

  • 4–8 players = 3 Swiss Rounds
  • 9–12 players = 4 Swiss Rounds
  • 13–20 players = 5 Swiss Rounds
  • 21–32 players = 5 Swiss Rounds
  • 33–64 players = 6 Swiss Rounds
  • 65–128 players = 7 Swiss Rounds



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Tournament Structure

Swiss Rounds
6 Swiss Rounds - BO1
30 minutes per round
5 minute round check-in
Wins are worth 3 match points, ties 1