Were you thrilled by Krosmaga's first official tournament? Do you want to see a second tournament? Are you eager for wild matches and win big at the end? Then you'll love the Spring Kup! 
EDITED on April 14th: rules updated. 

Winter has been over for a few weeks now, the snow is melting, and water is flowing through the plains of the Krosmoz. The gods are enjoying the view from miles above, and are continuing to enjoy the many fights taking place each day in Krosmaga. They're sipping Bamboo Milk while recollecting the achievements of Shadoaze and Jambonfromagequiroule in the final of the Frozen Arena.

"What if we did it all over again?" suggests Iop, still eager for a fight.

"We'd need more people than last time!" replies Sacrier, already enticed by the smell of blood.

"Oh yes, yes, yes! And let's offer some great things to be won!" Eniripsa goes one further, always so generous.

"Well, in that case, we'll organize a new tournament!" proclaims Ecaflip, happy to hear his companions' suggestion.

And that's how the Spring Kup came into existence. For months on end, Ecaflip's disciples have been preparing this new tournament, and now, we are pleased to present this new grand event to you, with, for the first time, a cash prize of 3000€ on the table!




In the Frozen Arena, we received over 900 registrations for 128 places available. Clearly, many of you wanted to take part! So we decided to see much, much bigger, and we're pleased to announce that 784 places will be available for this second official tournament!

Are you already wondering how you can take part, what the dates are, and what you can win? You'll find all of the details below!



The tournament will take place over 4 weekends.

The first 3 are reserved for qualifying tournaments, with 256 players competing in each of them, whereas the last one will bring together the 64 best players in one final tournament = the top 16 players of each qualifying tournament + the top 16 players from the April seasonal rankings. We can expect quite the show from them! 

The Qualifying Tournaments

Qualifying Tournament I: 256 players: Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23

Qualifying Tournament II: 256 players: Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30

Qualifying Tournament III: 256 players: Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7  > Warning, this tournament will be held entirely in English! If you're an international player and don't quite understand the subtelties of French, register on this tournament, your registration will be prioritized. 

Each qualifying tournament will take place as follows:


  • Starting at 2 p.m. (CEST): 128th-finals
  • Starting at 3:30 p.m. (CEST): 64th-finals
  • Starting at 5 p.m. (CEST): 32nd-finals
  • Starting at 6:30 p.m. (CEST): 16th-finals


  • Starting at 2 p.m. (CEST): 8th-finals
  • Starting at 3:30 p.m. (CEST): Quarterfinals
  • Starting at 5 p.m. (CEST): Semifinals
  • Starting at 6:30 p.m. (CEST): Final


The Final Tournament

As we explained before, the final tournament will gather the 64 best players from both the qualifying tournament and the April ladder. It will take place on Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14.

Here is the schedule:


  • Starting at 2 p.m. (CEST): 32nd-finals
  • Starting at 4:30 p.m. (CEST): 16th-finals
  • Starting at 7 p.m. (CEST): 8th-finals


  • Starting at 2 p.m. (CEST): Quarterfinals
  • Starting at 4:30 p.m. (CEST): Semifinals
  • Starting at 7 p.m. (CEST): Final

These times are for information only and may be modified if the tournament is delayed due to an unforeseen event.


How can you take part?


Registration for the qualifying tournaments will open 4 days before the start of the tournaments: at 7 p.m. (CEST) on the Tuesday before the tournament. Be sure to have your whole week-end free of any obligations before registering. It would be a shame if you would hold a place on the tournament without competing in it after all (you may have to re-schedule your latest TV show binge). You will receive an e-mail from Toornament under 48h once your registration has been validated. 

First come, first served: be sure to subscribe quickly to the tournament of your choice! In addition, each player can only register for one qualifying tournament, no more. Be sure to select your tournament with care! (If, by any chance, you would register to a tournament but couldn't be selected, by lack of available space for instance, you will have the right to register for another tournament)

In order to take part in the final tournament, you'll need to reach the 8th-finals in one of the qualifying tournaments, or be in the top 16 of the April season of ranked matches.

Just in case you don't understand, 16 players will come from qualifying tournament I, 16 players will come from qualifying tournament II, 16 players will come from qualifying tournament III, and the last 16 players will come from the seasonal leaderboard.

If one of the players in the top 16 of the April season manages to qualify in one of the qualifying tournaments or does not wish to take part in the tournament, we will select the 17th from the ranking. Qualifying places will be distributed as such until there are 16 players who wish to take part in the final tournament.

Details for the Qualifying Tournament II
Details for the Qualifying Tournament III


To register for one of the qualifying tournaments, you need to have a Toornament account in your name. You can already create an account here.

When you register for one of the tournaments, make sure you use your in-game nickname. It is very important for the tournament's organization, as it will be difficult get into contact with your opponents during the tournament if you don't. 


Tournament Progression


All matches in the qualifying tournaments will be BO3* in a tournament tree, whereas matches in the final tournament will be BO5**. You therefore need to prepare at least 3 different decks (using 3 different gods) if you want to take part in one of the qualifying tournaments. You'll need 4 of them if you qualify for the final tournament.

All matches will take place in the "Conquest" style: this means that if you win a match with your deck, you need to change deck for the following fight. If you really want to prove you're the best, you'll need to show how multi-talented you are! This means that if you lose a match with you deck, you can choose to keep your current deck OR change it for the following match.

* BO3 means "Best of 3", which means you have to win 2 times to be declared winner. It results in scores like: 2-0 or 2-1.

** BO5 means "Best of 5", which means you have to win 3 times to be declared winner. It results in scores like: 3-0, 3-1, or 3-2.

For the final tournament, all participants will be distributed randomly, without their place in the qualifying tournament or seasonal leaderboard being taken into account.


The Prizes!


You've read it before, we'll say it again: there's a cash prize totaling €3,000 offered in this second official tournament!

Here's what you can win in the qualifying and final tournaments:

Qualifying Tournaments

  • 128th to 65th place: 1 Silver Booster and a Noxine card
  • 64th to 33rd place: 1 Silver Booster, 1 Bronze Booster and a Noxine card
  • 32nd to 17th place: 1 Gold Booster, 1 Silver Booster, 1 Bronze Booster and a Noxine card
  • 16th to 9th place: 500 kamas and a Noxine card
  • 8th to 5th place: 1,000 kamas and a Noxine card
  • 4th and 3rd place: 2,000 kamas and a Noxine card
  • 2nd place: 3,400 kamas and a Noxine card
  • 1st place: 6,000 kamas, a Noxine card and €100

Players who reach the 8th-finals (16th to 1st place) will also win a place in the final tournament.

Final Tournament

  • 8th to 5th place: €50
  • 4th place: €200
  • 3rd place: €300
  • 2nd place: €500
  • 1st place: €1,500

Like the Frozen Arena, the 16 finalists for the final phase of the tournament will be chosen from the 3 different brackets of the Spring Cup,
Participants in the final tournament will also leave with the exclusive Spring Kup Pedestal:

Call for English-Speaking Streams


Comments on the official stream will be in French only, and we're looking for one or more English-speaking streamers in order to cover another part of the tournament and so that the English-speaking community can follow the tournament. Don't hesitate to contact us through Ankabox (to [Dewit]) or through our social media pages. 


Tournament participants are required to take note of this and will be considered to be automatically entered by participating in one of the tournament brackets.

You can find all of the tournament's rules here.  EDIT from April 14th: rules have been updated. 

Tournament participants are invited to familiarize themselves with them and automatically accept them by taking part in one of the tournaments.