We’d like to thank all the teams who have signed up for the event. We’re extremely excited to have such a large turnout for first year.
We do want to make a quick announcement. We have a LOT of preparations still to do, and knowing that we wouldn’t have time this coming week to validate them, we have moved the list registration deadline back to February 17th. That’s right, our stress is your gain. Enjoy the extra week to strategize!
Also, remember that registration for solo Masters is still open, so if you have any locals who couldn’t fit in your team they’re still welcome to come along.
Thank you for your interest in the ATC 2017! We’re very excited to bring you the event in March in Milwaukee, WI. Being so close to an airport will make travel a snap for anyone attending and we’re really happy with the venue space. Now, all we need is you! Send your team deposits in now to get on the list for either the team tournament or solo masters event.
See you all in March!
Nathan, Travis and Dan.
In an effort to be inclusive, and in keeping with the “everyone has a shot” spirit of the event, the Americas’ Team Championship will not have painting requirements. However, the World Team Championship does have advanced painting requirements, so any winning players must be mindful that they will be obligated to have a fully painted army when the time comes to redeem their prize.
At the WiTC 2016 event this weekend, we will be playing the following scenarios, in no particular order.
We’re excited to see how all the scenarios are handled!
Rmember, folks, that you have until midnight tonight, July 8th, to get your team lists in for the WiTC. You can email the to us, messege us on Facebook, hand-deoiver a scroll; we don’t care how we get them, just get them to us!
We will be talking about what Warmachine and Hordes MK3 will mean for the WiTC shortly and get an announcement out for everyone on what is going to happen.
So the Kickstarter was a huge success, and we have also managed to wrangle some amazingly generous deals from great companies like Broken Egg Games and Muse on Minis to keep costs down. This has allowed us to slash the (admittedly pessimistic) original entry cost of the WiTC in half! It’s now only $250 final due for a five player team.
There’s a sign-up thread on the Privateer Press forums here: http://privateerpressforums.com/showthread.php?248436-Wisconsin-Team-Championship
You can also ask any questions here, on Facebook, or through Twitter.