Guardians Of The City Tournament


ITE College Central, People’s Association Youth Movement and the Singapore Cybersports & Online Gaming Association are proud to announce the inaugural “Guardians of the City” (GOTC) card game tournament at Campus Game Fest from 18 – 19 November 2017 at ITE College Central!

About GOTC

GOTC is a Total Defence strategy card game that helps students recognise the complexity of terror threats and how they can play their part to keep Singapore safe and secure. It is best played with two players, each representing a country, fighting a common terrorist threat, while trying to keep their citizen’s support strong. The game has been well-received by students and educators since its launch in February 2017. Some schools have played it at the cohort level, with a few even organising their very own GOTC competitions!


GOTC Tournament at Campus Game Fest

Players will compete with Volume 2 of the GOTC card game that comes with a deck-building element, additional cards and advanced rules. A half-day training session will be provided to help players prepare for the tournament.

The GOTC tournament at CGF will see 64 teams of five pitting their strategies and game play against each other in a round-robin format. The top 16 teams will enter the ‘Last-16 round” where by the final 8 teams will then proceed to the quarter finals before the final 4 teams compete for the championship. Participants can look forward to a series of exciting matches over two days!

This experience will also help participants enhance their strategic thinking, communication skills, as well as teamwork.

For more information on GOTC, please visit  or To register for the tournament, click here or email

“Guardians of the City” is created by Falling Piano Games and Nexus, Ministry of Defence. The card game tournament is proudly supported by Nexus, Ministry of Defence, and produced by The CPL Digital Entertainment.atarax reviews


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