OzHadou Nations 13 is the latest iteration of Australia's longest running national fighting games tournament. We are very excited to bring you another three day event filled with lots of games, good times, and everlasting memories.

OHN13 will start on Friday 11th September 2015 and conclude with grand finals on Sunday 13th September 2015.

Registration is now closed. See list of registrants here.

We will kick things off on Friday from 6pm-11pm for casual gaming and exhibitions designed for players to chill out and have a good time. Players should also take this opportunity to check-in and collect their wristbands. Things get serious on Saturday and Sunday; from 10am-10pm we will be running tournament pools and the finals respectively. If you need more information, check out the schedule below.

Getting there

We will be held in the Red Room at 99onYork (Level 1, 99 York St Sydney). A map has been provided for your convenience below.

Official tournament lineup

We'll be running tournaments for the following games.

DIY tournaments

Due to limited resources and staff, we are only able to cater for the most popular fighting games. In order for other games to obtain national attention and exposure, we offer space for passionate players/organisers who wish to bring their equipment and run tournaments for them.

Space for DIY also has its limits. Applications will close on the 7th of August and we will offer space based on support from the respective communities and promptness in application.

Submit DIY tournament application

You must purchase a competitor venue entry pass to play any games at OHN. Registrations for DIY tournaments will be taken by the DIY organisers on the day of the tournament.

Casual gaming

One of the objectives of OHN is to provide a place for fighting game enthusiasts to gather and share their passion. As such, we will be providing casual play stations throughout the weekend covering all of the games in the official tournament line-up. DIY setups will also be available for casual play outside of tournament hours.

Only registered attendees that have paid the competitor venue entry fee are permitted to play casual games in the OHN venue.


OHN13 Schedule


Challonge brackets for official games can be found here:

Competitors, want to know when your games are on?

Check your personal pool schedule


All official tournaments at OHN are run in accordance with the official OzHadou tournament rules. All competitors at OHN are expected to familiarise themselves with these rules before the competition begins.

These rules can change at any time without prior notice. It is your responsibility to make sure you are up to date with the information that is displayed here.

All tournaments will be Double Elimination, played in 16 or 32 player pools (dependent on the total entrants). The top 2 players from each of the pools will go into the next round until there are only 8 players remaining. Those players will then compete in the top 8 brackets on the Sunday.

There are additional rules relating to the hardware being used at OHN13, as well as rules specific to each official tournament game. All competitors must read the game specific rules for OHN13 prior to the event.


Anyone attending OHN13 will need to register. If you're playing games, you will need to pick a competitor pass. Competitor registration will close a few weeks before the event to allow pools and seeding can be finalised. Registering early also helps us immensely by providing realistic numbers.

Registration is now closed.

View list of registrants


If you have any questions/feedback about OHN13 or have issues about registrations, please do not hesitate to send us an email to ohn@ozhadou.net. We will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible.


You can also participate in discussions about OHN13 on our Facebook page or the OzHadou forum.


This event would not be possible without the help from the following people. If you see them throughout the weekend, be sure to thank them for their hard work and efforts.

Xharmagne Carandang | Linkedin Twitter
For her immense help with the website development and registration.

Chad D'cruze | Tumblr Twitter
For the amazing work with the trailer, t-shirt, and graphics.

The OzHadou team and the volunteers.