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Welcome to the osu! F2 Tournament! This is a 2v2 tournament, for players in the rank range of #1000 to #10000. This tournament has no mappool, every map is randomly picked within a certain star range, hence the "F2" in the tournament's name. Teams need at least 2 players and they can be up to 4 players to play in this tournament.
Matches in this tournament will be using Score V2 and Team VS.
We will be using pp seeding to seed teams, there will be 32 teams allowed in this tournament. This tournament will begin on October 13th.

Here is the current schedule for this tournament:

September 25th: Opening of registration phase

October 7th, 10UTC: End of registration phase

October 7th, 14UTC: Live drawings

October 13th: Group Stage

October 20th: Round Of 16

October 27th: Quarterfinals

November 3rd: Semifinals

November 10th: Finals

November 17th: Grand Finals


All rules for this tournament are available on the information document.


Registrations are currently open from September 25th until October 7th.

Registration form

The top 32 teams in average rank will participate in the tournament.


1st place: CONFIRMED profile badge.


Hosts:112servis Kasumii-sama oralekin Seaweed

Designer: Trigonoculus

Streamers: Borsuk664 -Haruki Sikey

Referees: Deppyforce dbladeEspalza Faken Illinon Kasumii-sama Lay Loslite Malikil nya10 Seaweed SoupAPlayer Spartan Plume

Commentators: Fuma Misery Sikey

As you can see, we're pretty short-staffed on streamers and commentators, so if you're willing to help out, please contact one of the hosts!
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Seaweed is a term used for several forms of multicellular marine algae. Red algae, Green algae and Brown algae are commonly considered to be seaweed. Seaweed gets its energy from photosynthesis just as plants do.

Two specific environmental requirements dominate seaweed ecology. These are the presence of seawater (or at least brackish water) and the presence of enough light for photosynthesis. Often, a firm attachment point is also needed.

For this reason, seaweeds can be found in the littoral zone of the sea. Within that zone, they are more frequent on a rocky shore, than on sand.

Another common requirement is a firm attachment point. As a result, seaweeds most commonly inhabit the littoral zone and within that zone more frequently on rocky shores than on sand or shingle. Seaweeds occupy a wide range of ecological niches. The highest elevation is only wetted by the tops of sea spray, the lowest is several meters deep. In some areas, littoral seaweeds can extend several miles out to sea. The limiting factor in such cases is sunlight availability. The deepest living seaweeds are the various kelps.

A number of species such as Sargassum have adapted to a fully planktonic niche and are free-floating, depending on gas-filled sacs to maintain an acceptable depth.

Others have adapted to live in tidal rock pools. In this niche seaweeds must withstand rapidly changing temperature and salinity and even occasional drying.
Source: Wikipedia

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