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The Big Wave Jamboree has been rebranded in 2024 as “The Fall Footie Fest”!

The Fall Footie Fest is here to bring the recreational youth soccer community together this Fall in 2024! Join us for this one-day, all-for-fun recreational event taking place on Sunday, October 6th, 2024. The Fall Footie Fest grew to its largest-ever participation with 70 teams joining us in 2023. This event is a unique, community-focused event open to recreational boys’ and girls’ teams, ages 6U-12U. Competitive teams are not eligible for this event.

Free Coach Education Seminar To Start the Day Included in Your Registration!

All coaches and teams who register will have access to our Coaching Education Seminar, headlined by a special guest with unique and diverse experiences and knowledge to share! More information on our speaker will be announced in the coming months.

Find all the information you need to register your team in the 2024 Fall Footie Fest guide below. For any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Assistant Director of Tournaments Randy Weber, at [email protected].

VIDEO TUTORIAL: HOW TO REGISTER MY TEAM FOR THE FALL FOOTIE FEST!

Tournament Weekend Details

  • When? Sunday, October 6th, 2024
  • Who? 6U to 12U Boys & Girls Recreational teams
  • Where? DICK’S Sporting Goods Park
  • How Much? $350-$475 per team, depending on age & level
  • Games Guaranteed? 3 Games Guaranteed
  • Final Deadline to Register? September 23rd, 2024
  • Schedules Released? October 1st, 2024
  • Form Submissions Due? October 2nd, 2024

Why is the Fall Footie Fest different?

  • Coaching Education Seminar! Rapids Youth sponsors a Coaching Ed seminar included in your registration cost for all coaches!
  • Three Games + Shortened Times! Teams all get 3 guaranteed games with lengths shortened to keep things moving quickly!
  • Low Cost! A true bang-for-your-buck event with games + coaching education for one low registration fee.
  • Fun in the Sun! This event will have food vendors, open field space to play on, and other fun activities for families and kids to enjoy!

6U-7U Pricing (2019-18)

6U-7U

$350
  • Field Size: 3 V 3
  • Max Roster: 7 players
  • 4 x 8 min periods
  • 1 Min Breaks & 3 Min Halftime
  • Size 3 Ball

8U Pricing (2017)

8U

$375
  • Field Size: 5 V 5
  • Max Roster: 10 players
  • 4 x 10 min periods
  • 1 Min Breaks & 3 Min Halftime
  • Size 3 Ball

9U-10U Pricing (2016-15)

9U-10U

$450
  • Field Size: 7 V 7
  • Max Roster: 14 Players
  • 2 x 20 Min Halves
  • 5 Min Halftime
  • Size 4 Ball

11U-12U Pricing (2014-13)

11U-12U

$475
  • Field Size: 9 V 9
  • Max Roster: 16 Players
  • 2 x 25 Min Halves
  • 5 Min Halftime
  • Size 4 Ball

The 2024 Fall Footie Fest is here! Formerly known as “The Big Wave Jamboree”, the FFF is the perfect one-day community event for all recreational teams. The Big Wave Jamboree hosted a record 70 teams in 2023, we we are excited to build on this growth for 2024. This Fall tournament is a mid-season event combining coaching education, youth soccer games, and a community-style celebration after the day’s games conclude!

Follow the tabs to find more information on the 2024 Fall Footie Fest.

General Event Details & Critical Event Timeline

Teams should register and play according to the 2024 Fall season. We will follow US Soccer’s Age Group Guidelines based on birth year. Teams will be grouped by age and level. The day will start with a 60-minute classroom session for all coaches, followed by tournament-style gameplay without scores or standings being kept. More details about structure and content will be revealed closer to the event date. 

Registration Timeline:

  • FINAL Registration Deadline will be on September 23rd, 2024

The Acceptance Process

  • Acceptances will begin no sooner than 6 weeks out from any event date.

The Payment Process:

  • Payment is NOT processed when you register or when you are accepted.
  • Teams can pay online once registration closes on September 23rd, 2024.
  • All payments MUST be completed before October 2nd, 2024.

Bracket Release and Schedule Release Timeline:

  • Jamboree Groups/Brackets:
    • Groupings will be released to teams around 1 week out from the event date.
    • Placement will be based on the questions you answered in the application.
  • Jamboree Schedules:
    • Schedules will be released to teams on October 1st, 2024.

Projected Schedule Details

  • 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM – Team Check-In (Coaches Only)
  • 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM – Guest Speaker Seminar @ Dale’s Bar
  • 9:30 AM – Volunteer Referee Meeting
  • 10:00 AM – Games Kick Off!
  • 12:30 PM – Food is Served (Players & Coaches ONLY)
  • 6:00 PM – All Games Completed!

Check-In & Roster Verification

Roster Verification Process

Teams are required to provide proof of age eligibility and player verification from their club for this event. 

Roster Verification Steps:

  1. You will submit A club-verified PDF roster ONLINE in your GotSport Registration.
  2. You will NOT need to “build” your roster in GotSport’s Roster Builder. 
  3. Bring 2 (TWO) printed copies of your roster to Check-In. 

What is a “Club-Verified Roster”?

  • A roster provided by your club with all participating players listed. 
  • Roster could be an official league or state-sanctioned roster.
  • Rosters will be verified on-site through our check-in process outlined below.

Medical Forms:

  • Medical Release from affiliated organizations for every player.
    • Medical release forms from your club seasons are acceptable. 
    • CRYSC Teams DO NOT need to fill out forms if they already have them for league play.
  • Upload this in your GotSport registration under the “Registration Form” tab.
    • Same place as where you uploaded your PDF Roster. 
  • Upload team medical forms as ONE DOCUMENT. 
  • To combine them, “append” all your pages with PDF editing software and combine all pages into 1 document. 
    • Use this software if you need a free service: CLICK HERE

Form Completion Deadline

  • All Rosters & Medical Forms will be due NO LATER than October 2nd, 2024.
  • All forms MUST be uploaded as a PDF into GotSport prior to this date!

Check-In Process On-Site

Tournament officials shall conduct all credential checks at initial registration.

The following items are required:

  • Teams can Check-In before the Coaching Ed Seminar OR at the Tournament HQ Tent before your first game.
    • If you ARE attending the Guest Speaker, you can check in at Dale’s Bar before the seminar begins.
    • If you are NOT attending the Guest Speaker, you will check in at the Information Tent on-site 30 minutes before your first game. 
    • One team representative (Coach or Manager) MUST check-in to confirm your roster.
  • At check-in, you MUST have:
    • 2 (TWO) PRINTED copies of your Roster.
    • We will keep ONE roster, and you will keep the other.
    • Digital Access to your Medical Forms (PDF on your phone)

 

Once play has started in the first scheduled game, no players may be added to the roster for the remainder of the event.

Tournament officials approve all team rosters and eligible players. Proof of team check-in with the tournament will be visible on the team’s tournament roster.

Should there be any questions regarding player eligibility, teams are instructed to inquire with tournament staff.

Weather, External Conditions, and Cancellations

Regardless of weather conditions (unless for safety reasons), players and coaches must be on the field at the scheduled time, ready to play. The Tournament Director has the authority to reduce the length of matches due to weather conditions before the start of a match; all such matches will be considered official. The Tournament Director may also reschedule (time and location) a match before it begins. Only referees or the Site Director can suspend a match already started due to weather conditions. All matches that reach halftime will be considered final per the Tournament Director. i.e. 1 second into 2nd half and the home team leads 1:0, lighting strikes, the game is considered over. 

Severe Weather in Area:

  • Should a storm begin to threaten the event, state-of-the-art radar will be used to determine the distance of the storm and any strikes of lightning that may be within a 10-mile radius. 
  • Should there be a lightning strike within said 10-mile radius, games will be temporarily stopped and teams must return to their cars. 
  • A “Waiting Time” of 30 minutes without a strike of lightning must be observed before the teams can safely return to the facility. 
  • If the “Waiting Time” exceeds 60 minutes, games will be ended at their time of stoppage if more than 60% of the game has been completed. 
  • If less than 60% of the game has been completed, the Tournament Director has the authority to reschedule the game to a new time or cancel the game and award points based on a points averaging scale. 

Cancellation Refund Agreement:

  • For a tournament in progress (dates of the planned event), in the event of rain, snow or acts of God, the tournament director reserves the right to reduce game times and numbers of games.
  • Refund Structure is as follows:
    • 100% refund – if the tournament is canceled in its entirety due to COVID-19. 
    • 80% refund – if the event is canceled entirely due to weather, or any other external forces. 
    • 60% refund – If only 1 game is played of the 3 guaranteed games. 
    • 30% refund – If only 2 games are played of the 3 guaranteed games. 
  • No refund is given if:
    • A team withdraws within 30 days prior to the tournament.
    • a team decides to forfeit a game, giving them less than the guaranteed minimum of played games. 
    • The team withdraws to play in another tournament.

Colorado Air Quality Monitoring:

  • Due to the danger of forest fires, referee assignors on site will monitor the air pollution levels if necessary. 
  • Should levels rise to 125, referees will instill water breaks and staff will actively monitor the Air Quality situation.
  • Should levels rise to 150 or higher, games may be shortened by up to 10 minutes per half. 
  • Should levels rise to 200 or higher, games will be canceled on the spot and attempted to be rescheduled.

Coach Education Seminar | All-Star Speaker Line-Up Revealed! 

 

The Big Wave Jamboree has hosted respected Author John O’Sullivan (2021) and CRYSC Director of Mental Performance Katie Pagel (2022) in the past for our Coaching Educaiton seminar.

The 2023 Guest Speaker will be announced soon! 

Check back in the coming weeks for an update on the seminar title and content being covered! 

 

Coaching Education Seminar Schedule: 

  • 8:00 AM: Check-In Starts -> Bagels and Coffee will be provided!
  • 8:30 AM: Seminar Begins
  • 9:30 AM: Seminar Ends
  • 10:00 AM: First round of games will kick off!

Volunteer Referee Information

Any information not located in this tab can be found in Section VI to Section X in the Rules & Regulations HERE!

Jamboree-Style Event Details

  • Teams in each division will play a 3-game round-robin group stage against each other.
  • Teams will report scores directly to the Tournament Information Tent on site! 
  • A 4th game,  “The Celebration Round”, will be played between teams of similar ability. 
  • Tournament staff will work alongside the coaches and volunteers to decide matchups. 
  • Scores and standings will not be made public. 
  • All players will receive a participation medal.
  • Games are reffed by parents and are to be focused on the love of the game.

Game Rules Document Links

The below links provide information for coaches to understand the rules of the game that may vary. Please be aware that we will be using Rapids In-House league rules for 3v3 and 5v5, and will use CSA Front Range League rules for 7v7 and 9v9. 

Equipment Rules:

  • Player equipment must conform to the IFAB Laws of the Game (Law 4).
  • All players must wear shin guards covered by socks.
  • Teams will wear uniforms of matching design and color.
  • NO JEWELRY! It is not acceptable to tape or cover earrings. Earrings must be removed, with no exceptions, as well as any other wristwear or jewelry. 
  • Splints, casts, and braces that are not dangerous and/or have been sufficiently padded/protected with suitable soft material may be worn as approved by the referee.

Referees will request a player to fix or remove any dangerous equipment. Any player asked to remove or correct dangerous equipment will not be allowed to participate in the game until corrected to the satisfaction of the referee. If the player is asked multiple times, they may be issued a caution (yellow). 

CSA Youth Substitutions:

  • All 3v3, 5v5, and 7v7 Games:
    • Substitutions are allowed at any stoppage in play/unlimited number, and re-entry is allowed.
  • 9v9 Games:
    • Substitutions, unlimited in number and re-entry of players can occur whenever the ball goes out of play or after an injury has occurred, with the following exceptions:
    • No substitutions on corner kicks, during the opposing team’s throw-in, unless the opponent is substituting players.
General

The 2024 Fall Footie Fest is here! Formerly known as “The Big Wave Jamboree”, the FFF is the perfect one-day community event for all recreational teams. The Big Wave Jamboree hosted a record 70 teams in 2023, we we are excited to build on this growth for 2024. This Fall tournament is a mid-season event combining coaching education, youth soccer games, and a community-style celebration after the day’s games conclude!

Follow the tabs to find more information on the 2024 Fall Footie Fest.

Event Details & Timeline

General Event Details & Critical Event Timeline

Teams should register and play according to the 2024 Fall season. We will follow US Soccer’s Age Group Guidelines based on birth year. Teams will be grouped by age and level. The day will start with a 60-minute classroom session for all coaches, followed by tournament-style gameplay without scores or standings being kept. More details about structure and content will be revealed closer to the event date. 

Registration Timeline:

  • FINAL Registration Deadline will be on September 23rd, 2024

The Acceptance Process

  • Acceptances will begin no sooner than 6 weeks out from any event date.

The Payment Process:

  • Payment is NOT processed when you register or when you are accepted.
  • Teams can pay online once registration closes on September 23rd, 2024.
  • All payments MUST be completed before October 2nd, 2024.

Bracket Release and Schedule Release Timeline:

  • Jamboree Groups/Brackets:
    • Groupings will be released to teams around 1 week out from the event date.
    • Placement will be based on the questions you answered in the application.
  • Jamboree Schedules:
    • Schedules will be released to teams on October 1st, 2024.

Projected Schedule Details

  • 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM – Team Check-In (Coaches Only)
  • 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM – Guest Speaker Seminar @ Dale’s Bar
  • 9:30 AM – Volunteer Referee Meeting
  • 10:00 AM – Games Kick Off!
  • 12:30 PM – Food is Served (Players & Coaches ONLY)
  • 6:00 PM – All Games Completed!
Check-In & Rosters

Check-In & Roster Verification

Roster Verification Process

Teams are required to provide proof of age eligibility and player verification from their club for this event. 

Roster Verification Steps:

  1. You will submit A club-verified PDF roster ONLINE in your GotSport Registration.
  2. You will NOT need to “build” your roster in GotSport’s Roster Builder. 
  3. Bring 2 (TWO) printed copies of your roster to Check-In. 

What is a “Club-Verified Roster”?

  • A roster provided by your club with all participating players listed. 
  • Roster could be an official league or state-sanctioned roster.
  • Rosters will be verified on-site through our check-in process outlined below.

Medical Forms:

  • Medical Release from affiliated organizations for every player.
    • Medical release forms from your club seasons are acceptable. 
    • CRYSC Teams DO NOT need to fill out forms if they already have them for league play.
  • Upload this in your GotSport registration under the “Registration Form” tab.
    • Same place as where you uploaded your PDF Roster. 
  • Upload team medical forms as ONE DOCUMENT. 
  • To combine them, “append” all your pages with PDF editing software and combine all pages into 1 document. 
    • Use this software if you need a free service: CLICK HERE

Form Completion Deadline

  • All Rosters & Medical Forms will be due NO LATER than October 2nd, 2024.
  • All forms MUST be uploaded as a PDF into GotSport prior to this date!

Check-In Process On-Site

Tournament officials shall conduct all credential checks at initial registration.

The following items are required:

  • Teams can Check-In before the Coaching Ed Seminar OR at the Tournament HQ Tent before your first game.
    • If you ARE attending the Guest Speaker, you can check in at Dale’s Bar before the seminar begins.
    • If you are NOT attending the Guest Speaker, you will check in at the Information Tent on-site 30 minutes before your first game. 
    • One team representative (Coach or Manager) MUST check-in to confirm your roster.
  • At check-in, you MUST have:
    • 2 (TWO) PRINTED copies of your Roster.
    • We will keep ONE roster, and you will keep the other.
    • Digital Access to your Medical Forms (PDF on your phone)

 

Once play has started in the first scheduled game, no players may be added to the roster for the remainder of the event.

Tournament officials approve all team rosters and eligible players. Proof of team check-in with the tournament will be visible on the team’s tournament roster.

Should there be any questions regarding player eligibility, teams are instructed to inquire with tournament staff.

Weather

Weather, External Conditions, and Cancellations

Regardless of weather conditions (unless for safety reasons), players and coaches must be on the field at the scheduled time, ready to play. The Tournament Director has the authority to reduce the length of matches due to weather conditions before the start of a match; all such matches will be considered official. The Tournament Director may also reschedule (time and location) a match before it begins. Only referees or the Site Director can suspend a match already started due to weather conditions. All matches that reach halftime will be considered final per the Tournament Director. i.e. 1 second into 2nd half and the home team leads 1:0, lighting strikes, the game is considered over. 

Severe Weather in Area:

  • Should a storm begin to threaten the event, state-of-the-art radar will be used to determine the distance of the storm and any strikes of lightning that may be within a 10-mile radius. 
  • Should there be a lightning strike within said 10-mile radius, games will be temporarily stopped and teams must return to their cars. 
  • A “Waiting Time” of 30 minutes without a strike of lightning must be observed before the teams can safely return to the facility. 
  • If the “Waiting Time” exceeds 60 minutes, games will be ended at their time of stoppage if more than 60% of the game has been completed. 
  • If less than 60% of the game has been completed, the Tournament Director has the authority to reschedule the game to a new time or cancel the game and award points based on a points averaging scale. 

Cancellation Refund Agreement:

  • For a tournament in progress (dates of the planned event), in the event of rain, snow or acts of God, the tournament director reserves the right to reduce game times and numbers of games.
  • Refund Structure is as follows:
    • 100% refund – if the tournament is canceled in its entirety due to COVID-19. 
    • 80% refund – if the event is canceled entirely due to weather, or any other external forces. 
    • 60% refund – If only 1 game is played of the 3 guaranteed games. 
    • 30% refund – If only 2 games are played of the 3 guaranteed games. 
  • No refund is given if:
    • A team withdraws within 30 days prior to the tournament.
    • a team decides to forfeit a game, giving them less than the guaranteed minimum of played games. 
    • The team withdraws to play in another tournament.

Colorado Air Quality Monitoring:

  • Due to the danger of forest fires, referee assignors on site will monitor the air pollution levels if necessary. 
  • Should levels rise to 125, referees will instill water breaks and staff will actively monitor the Air Quality situation.
  • Should levels rise to 150 or higher, games may be shortened by up to 10 minutes per half. 
  • Should levels rise to 200 or higher, games will be canceled on the spot and attempted to be rescheduled.
Guest Speaker Seminar

Coach Education Seminar | All-Star Speaker Line-Up Revealed! 

 

The Big Wave Jamboree has hosted respected Author John O’Sullivan (2021) and CRYSC Director of Mental Performance Katie Pagel (2022) in the past for our Coaching Educaiton seminar.

The 2023 Guest Speaker will be announced soon! 

Check back in the coming weeks for an update on the seminar title and content being covered! 

 

Coaching Education Seminar Schedule: 

  • 8:00 AM: Check-In Starts -> Bagels and Coffee will be provided!
  • 8:30 AM: Seminar Begins
  • 9:30 AM: Seminar Ends
  • 10:00 AM: First round of games will kick off!
Refereeing

Volunteer Referee Information

Any information not located in this tab can be found in Section VI to Section X in the Rules & Regulations HERE!

Jamboree-Style Event Details

  • Teams in each division will play a 3-game round-robin group stage against each other.
  • Teams will report scores directly to the Tournament Information Tent on site! 
  • A 4th game,  “The Celebration Round”, will be played between teams of similar ability. 
  • Tournament staff will work alongside the coaches and volunteers to decide matchups. 
  • Scores and standings will not be made public. 
  • All players will receive a participation medal.
  • Games are reffed by parents and are to be focused on the love of the game.

Game Rules Document Links

The below links provide information for coaches to understand the rules of the game that may vary. Please be aware that we will be using Rapids In-House league rules for 3v3 and 5v5, and will use CSA Front Range League rules for 7v7 and 9v9. 

Equipment Rules:

  • Player equipment must conform to the IFAB Laws of the Game (Law 4).
  • All players must wear shin guards covered by socks.
  • Teams will wear uniforms of matching design and color.
  • NO JEWELRY! It is not acceptable to tape or cover earrings. Earrings must be removed, with no exceptions, as well as any other wristwear or jewelry. 
  • Splints, casts, and braces that are not dangerous and/or have been sufficiently padded/protected with suitable soft material may be worn as approved by the referee.

Referees will request a player to fix or remove any dangerous equipment. Any player asked to remove or correct dangerous equipment will not be allowed to participate in the game until corrected to the satisfaction of the referee. If the player is asked multiple times, they may be issued a caution (yellow). 

CSA Youth Substitutions:

  • All 3v3, 5v5, and 7v7 Games:
    • Substitutions are allowed at any stoppage in play/unlimited number, and re-entry is allowed.
  • 9v9 Games:
    • Substitutions, unlimited in number and re-entry of players can occur whenever the ball goes out of play or after an injury has occurred, with the following exceptions:
    • No substitutions on corner kicks, during the opposing team’s throw-in, unless the opponent is substituting players.

Required Forms & Docs

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CLICK HERE FOR A GUEST PLAYER FORM

CLICK HERE FOR A MEDICAL RELEASE FORM

All Teams:
Every team is required to provide a Club-verified copy of their roster and upload it as a PDF into your GotSport registration.
All teams must upload medical forms for all players into their GotSport Registration. (Above)

  • TWO (2) PRINTED rosters MUST be brought on the day of the event.
  • All teams must have medical forms filled out by parents for each player.
    • Medical forms used for the current fall season are acceptable.
  • These medical forms DO NOT require a doctor’s visit or insurance cards.

Tournament Refund Policy

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We understand that circumstances may arise that could prevent participants from attending our soccer tournament. To ensure clarity and fairness, we have established a refund policy. All registration fees are non-refundable AFTER Tournament Brackets have been released. The following processes will be followed regarding any refunds and which circumstances allow for refunds:

Team Withdrawl:
Teams withdrawing from the tournament before the registration deadline will receive a 100% refund of their registration fees. If a team withdraws from the event AFTER the tournament brackets have been released, they will not receive a refund.

Weather-Related Refund Policy:

  • 80% refund – The event is canceled entirely due to weather or any other external forces.
  • 60% refund – If only 1 game is played of the 3 guaranteed games.
  • 30% refund – If only 2 games are played of the 3 guaranteed games.
  • 0% refund – If all guaranteed games have been played.

Force Majeure:
In the event of unforeseen circumstances, such as natural disasters, government restrictions, or other force majeure events, that result in the cancellation of the tournament or prevent a team’s participation, the organizers reserve the right to determine the refund policy on a case-by-case basis.

Medical Withdrawals:
In the case of a team withdrawal due to medical reasons, a written medical certificate or note from a licensed healthcare professional must be provided to be considered for a refund. The refund amount will be determined by the organizers based on the circumstances.

Non-Refundable Circumstances:
For a tournament in progress (dates of the planned event), in the event of rain, snow, or acts of God, the tournament director can reduce game lengths or call matches at/past halftime as final scores. No refunds will be given if any of the following criteria are met:

  • Late Withdrawl: A team withdraws after tournament brackets have been released.
  • Forfeits: A team decides to forfeit a game, giving them less than the guaranteed minimum of played games.
  • Incomplete Teams: If a team is unable to participate due to an insufficient number of players or other team-related issues, no refund will be issued.
  • Disqualification: Any team that is disqualified from a tournament due to rule violations, unsportsmanlike conduct, or other breaches of rules forfeits their right to a refund.
  • Refund Request Beyond Designated Period: Refund requests submitted within the designated 30-day window outlined in the tournament refund policy may not be honored. Adherence to deadlines is crucial for the efficient and fair administration of refund processes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does registration open and what is the registration deadline?

Registration is open NOW! The Registration Deadline is September 25th, 2023. This deadline allows for late-forming teams to have access to the event!

Where will the Jamboree games be located?

The tournament will be held at DICK’s Sporting Goods Park, on Pod 1!

When will teams be notified if they are accepted?

Teams will begin seeing acceptance notifications as early as 6 weeks before the tournament date. Acceptances will cease after the registration deadline passes!

How many games are guaranteed?

All teams are guaranteed 3 games depending on the size of your bracket and registration numbers!

What is the scoring system for this tournament to track results?

Due to the nature of this event being a “jamboree-style” event, we will NOT be keeping scores or win-loss records. All participants will receive a Big Wave participation medal.

What is different about a Jamboree-style event?

  • Teams will play a 3-game round-robin group against each other.
  • Teams will be bracketed with similar-level teams to ensure a fun environment.
  • Scores and standings will be reported to Tournament Staff, but NOT made public.
  • Each player will receive a participation medal at the end.
  • Games are to be fun-focused and for the love of the game.
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