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How to watch KEEMSTAR's Minecraft Monday, Week 12 – stream, participant info, rules, and more

Published: 9/Sep/2019 16:24

by Eli Becht

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Minecraft Monday returns for the 12th week of competitive action that takes your favorite content creators and makes them compete against one another to see who comes out on top. Here’s what you need to know.

Friday Fortnite is canceled until late September, leaving Minecraft Monday as the marquee event that’s left to entertain all of the displaced viewers.

Minecraft has become increasingly popular among streamers and as a result, has boosted up overall excitement for the game.

Some of the biggest creators around play in the event each week and that hasn’t changed going into Week 12.

Planet MinecraftMinecraft Monday is back for its 12th week of action.

Where to watch Minecraft Monday, Week 12

Minecraft Monday Week 12 will be broadcasting live on the official UMG Gaming Twitch channel where you’ll be able to tune in, or you can watch individual streamers broadcasting from their point of view.

The event is set to start at 4pm EST on September 9 (9pm BST, 1pm PT, 6am AEST – September 10) and will go on for several hours as they fight to determine a victor.

Watch live video from UMGEvents on www.twitch.tv

Participants for Minecraft Monday, Week 12

Many of the usual names you see in action are back again but there might be some names you don’t recognize. Here’s the complete list of everyone playing this week and what team they will be on.

We have some bigger names than usual throwing their hat into the ring this time around.

  • Technoblade and Ninja
  • CallMeCarsonYT and Traves
  • CouRageJD and Vikkstar
  • Typical Gamer and SamaraRedway
  • ChandlerHallow and ChrisO2_
  • FaZe Jarvis and FaZe Kay
  • Symfuhny and BrookeAB
  • DolanDark and Grannday
  • xQc and m0xyy
  • KYR_SP33DY and Albi_SideArms
  • ZerkaaHD and Behzinga
  • Summit1g and Nestor
  • Fitz and SwaggerSouls
  • JeromeASF and Bajan Canadian
  • Ph1LzA and Wilbursoot
  • CaptainSparklez and QuackityHQ

Minecraft: Mojang / MicrosoftMinecraft Monday has a star-studden cast.

Scoring: 

(Placement score is based on your teams placement) 

  • Eliminations: +10 Score
  • Victory: +30 Score
  • Top 2 Teams: +20 Score
  • Top 3 Teams: +10 Score
  • Surviving: +2 Score (Whenever a team is eliminated all other remaining teams earn +2 Score)

Note: Score for Placements, Surviving and Victory Royales is split between the teammates evenly if both are alive, otherwise those scores are awarded to the surviving teammate. (This will help reflect individual contribution to the team score. Who’s carrying who out here?!)

Minecraft Monday rules: 

1. Cheating of any kind in Minecraft Monday is strictly prohibited and will result in a permanent ban. 

  • No cross-teaming. Your duo partner is your ONLY teammate. 
  • No “feeding” to help another team (purposely allowing another player to eliminate you earning them extra score)
  • No modes or resource packs that grant unfair advantages.
    • Acceptable mods: Optifine, Gamma Boost (so your viewers can see in dark places), and Lowfire. 
    • Default Textures and Resource Pack.
    • Keep things simple and barebones.

2. Trash-talk is allowed, however, you must still conduct yourself respectfully. 

3. Clout chase. Don’t be a sore loser and HAVE FUN!

Smash

Smash Ultimate’s Sakurai tried to make stages within Minecraft to port

Published: 28/Oct/2020 15:41 Updated: 28/Oct/2020 16:10

by Michael Gwilliam

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Super Smash Bros Ultimate creator Masahiro Sakurai has revealed that his team tried to make a stage within Minecraft and then port it to Smash when they were designing Steve’s level.

In a leaked Famitsu column translated by PushDustIn, the Smash Director claimed that he and Nintendo were presented the idea of Minecraft in Smash to Microsoft.

As it turns out, Microsoft was very happy with the concept, which may be a good sign for anyone wanting more of their characters in Smash one day, such as the Xbox mascot Master Chief.

Perhaps the most interesting element, however, is that Sakurai wanted Steve’s stage to be built from the ground up in a completely different game.

“Sakurai and the team tried to make a stage within Minecraft itself to port over to Smash,” PushDustIn translated. Unfortunately, this proved to be a very complex project. As fellow translator Sephazon wrote, the concept would have been expanded to allow players to import their own Minecraft stages.

“Originally, Sakurai had an idea to create a level editor that would have allowed players to create a stage in Minecraft and import it into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but gave up on the idea pretty early, simply because it was ‘impossible,’ as Sakurai puts it,” translated Sephazon.

Due to its difficulty, the Minecraft-made stage was unfortunately scrapped, but it does prove that Sakurai was willing to try some very unorthodox ideas for the Steve DLC.

Steve attacks King in Smash
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Steve packs quite a punch in Smash Bros.

This could be a good indication that for future DLC fighters with games featuring a creator element, Sakurai may try to design a stage within that title. Furthermore, Sakurai also discussed more about using Minecraft’s music in Smash.

“Using Minecraft music in Smash was very difficult. For various reasons, they couldn’t use the original pieces of music,” he said, probably due to copyright issues or the calm vibes that don’t mix well with Smash’s fast pace.

“There were a few arrangements that were cut. The musicians did their best to provide arrangements that would fit Smash’s atmosphere,” he added.

Steve coming to Smash was a dream come true for fans of both franchises and judging by this column, it’s clear that Sakurai really wanted to go above and beyond.

With four slots remaining in Fighters Pass Volume 2, hopefully, the remaining newcomers receive the same love and attention.