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2013 Australian Academy Championships

by Jamie Lawrence, Tournament Director

12th June 2013

Here at Good Games Hurstville, we are hyper-excited to be hosting the Australian Continental Championships, just as we're thrilled to be a regular part of the Trek community here in Sydney. But in preparing the store for the AC, something fundamentally true about the universe was unfolded unto me:

There is no such thing as enough Trek.

The absence of one thing stood out to me above all others: there was no Academy championship on the agenda. Academy is a wonderful format, which genuinely achieves what it set out to do - offer a level playing field to all players. When I was starting out in Trek, I could barely get a win in standard, but as soon as Academy came around, I started storming home in tournaments and my love for the game grew in leaps and bounds.

Now I'm a TD and store owner, teaching others to play Trek using virtual decks and giving away boosters with demos. It is my profoundest hope to see someone else come to love the game through its finest format!

The Australian Academy Championships will take place with pride at Good Games Hurstville, 12pm midday on the 30th of June 2013. Entry is $10 and the winner will be announced at the Australian Continentals prize ceremony on Sunday the 7th of July 2013.

Hope to see you there!



Good Games Hurstville

Unit 213, 7-11 The Avenue
Hurstville, NSW 2220

(02) 8084 2556

Good Games Hurstville, located less than five minutes from Hurstville station and right near Westfield shoppingtown, brings the people of South Sydney all their gaming needs in one awesome venue.


Click to pre-register for this event.

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