Warhammer 40K 2017 Club Championships

February 18, 2017 - February 19, 2017
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sold Out
This event is at maximum capacity.
Shannon McLeod

This event is our annual six-round, two-day Warhammer 40k tournament at the Kingston Gaming Nexus: 270 Bagot St. Kingston, ON. Admission to the tournament is $40 for the entire weekend. Sign up is in advance at Kingston Gaming Nexus either in person or through the website (here).

Full payment is required to reserve your spot at the tournament. If the reserved spaces all fill up  a waiting list will be formed, and we will look at bringing in additional tables to accommodate. Please note, that if you do not sign up to the waiting list and show up on the day of the tournament, you are not guaranteed a spot to play. We can only bring in additional tables if we know ahead of time that they are required!

This is a 2,000 point, six game tournament

The date of the event is Saturday February 18, and Sunday February 19, 2017. Doors open at 9 AM. Dice roll at 9:30.

Schedule is as follows:

Saturday February 18, 2017

  • 9:00 AM – Sign in
  • 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM – Game One (at the end of game one your army is displayed for paint scoring)
  • 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM – Lunch –> paint judging occurs
  • 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM – Game Two
  • 3:15 PM to 5:45 PM – Game Three

Sunday February 19, 2017

  • 9:00 AM – Sign in
  • 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM – Game Four (at the end of game four your army is displayed for paint scoring)
  • 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM – Lunch –> paint judging is completed
  • 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM – Game Five
  • 3:15 PM to 5:45 PM – Game Six
  • 6 PM – Awards and Prizes

Early bird signup:

Registering early means you get a FREE T-SHIRT and FREE POINTS.

as we’re trying to encourage early registration, this year if you register by the deadline you get 12 points added to your score for the weekend!  (making the grand total out of 180 possible points).  If you don’t think that’s a big deal think about it this way – you’re adding nearly a full winning game worth of points to your score.  Early bird helps us out immensely (as we have to pre order shirts, trophies etc.) so we want to encourage pre-registration as much as possible.  Ideally by the deadline we’d have EVERYONE pre-registered.

Early Bird Deadline – Saturday January 28th 

So to claim early bird you must be:

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Place Name Sports Battle Paint Army Composition Early Bird Total
1 Lukas Duchaine 30 66 40 11 12 159
2 Matt Morton 30 50 40 14 12 146
3 Connor Makarucha 25 61 29 12 12 139
4 Ben Jensen 25 65 26 9 12 137
5 Jake Porter 30 50 30 12 12 134
5 Justin Carreiro 29 50 29 14 12 134
5 Jordan Racey 27 55 30 10 12 134
8 Keegan Rae 29 53 21 16 12 131
8 Peter Aadoson 25 54 23 17 12 131
10 Josh Chatten 29 57 29 3 12 130
11 Alissa McDonough 30 43 33 11 12 129
12 Jamie Williams 28 46 33 6 12 125
13 Anthony van Poppelen 28 38 28 18 12 124
14 Stephen Makarucha 28 46 24 12 12 122
14 Colin Krstic 28 37 29 16 12 122
16 Eric Morrin 29 41 20 18 12 120
16 Fraser Strong 29 40 28 11 12 120
18 Matt Mullen 30 39 23 15 12 119
19 Stefan Mysers 26 43 17 20 12 118
20 Chris Myers 27 46 17 15 12 117
21 Chris McDonnell 28 37 26 13 12 116
22 Matt McAdoo 30 46 21 6 12 115
23 Tony Crawford 29 37 21 15 12 114
24 Dan Brooks 28 44 22 7 12 113
25 Adrien Williamson 29 35 17 19 12 112
25 Derek Deraiche 29 40 24 7 12 112
27 Mathieu Peloquin 30 39 22 7 12 110
28 Corey Donohue 29 32 16 20 12 109
28 Jason Leclair 30 29 21 17 12 109
30 Randy Cavanaugh 29 22 27 15 12 105
30 Timothy Gagnon 27 30 22 14 12 105
32 Garrett Makarucha 29 27 20 13 12 101


Club Championship 2017


To be as safe as possible during these unprecedented times, all participants are asked to adhere to the following rules:

  1. All players wishing to use the play area must abide by all public health orders at all times while inside Kingston Nexus.
  2. New! All players wishing to use the play area must provide proof of vaccination upon arrival.
  3. All players must wear a face covering.
  4. All players must sanitize their hands upon entrance to the play area. We also recommend sanitizing your hands frequently while inside our play area. Hand sanitizer and paper towels will be provided.
  5. All players must attempt to practice physical distancing to the extent that it is possible while in the play area. We recommend always staying on the opposite side of the table from your opponent.
  6. All players wishing to use the play area must register and provide their full name, email address, and phone number. This is done at the request of KFL&A Public Health to assist with contract tracing related to COVID-19.
  7. Capacity is limited so that we can all play our favourite games as safely as possible.
  8. All tables must be reserved in advance; drop-ins are not permitted. There is no cost to reserve a table, but we ask that you limit yourself to 1 table per week, so that others may also enjoy the space.
  9. Players will be assigned a table and a time slot. Please do not enter the play area before your time slot, or approach any table other than the one you are assigned to.
  10. When you are finished with your game(s), please leave the play area as quickly as possible. You may certainly socialize with the other players, but we encourage you to do it outside.
  11. No food is permitted in the play area. If you get hungry, please leave Nexus and eat outside.
  12. No spectators are permitted. Note that you are also considered a spectator if you have a table reserved and your game ends early and you hang around to see how the next table over is doing.
  13. No shared game pieces are permitted. Similarly, while in the play area, you may only touch any game pieces (i.e. dice, cards, figurines) that belong to you. If you are playing a game that might normally involve you touching another player's pieces, we suggest that you simply instruct them to perform the action on your behalf. Please bring your own dice, cards, measuring tapes, and whatever else you might need for the game you are intending to play. We will not be lending out dice or measuring tapes, and we ask that you do not borrow your opponent's.

Event Format


Pairing system used: n/a
What are the pairing systems?

A Swiss-system tournament is a non-eliminating tournament format that features a set number of rounds of competition, but considerably fewer than that of a round-robin tournament. In a Swiss tournament, each competitor (team or individual) does not necessarily play all other entrants. Competitors meet one-on-one in each round and are paired using a set of rules designed to ensure that each competitor plays opponents with a similar running score, but not the same opponent more than once. The winner is the competitor with the highest aggregate points earned in all rounds. All competitors play in each round unless there is an odd number of players.


Prizes awarded: n/a
What is your prize policy?
Door Prizes

We strive to ensure that all participants find our tournaments enjoyable. We believe that this means an egalitarian prize distribution structure. That means that no matter how well or poorly you do at one of our tournaments, you’ll still have an equal chance to walk home with a prize!

At the end of each tournament, participants are all given some draw tickets, which they can put in the corresponding box for a prize they would like to win. Depending on the amount of prize support and the number of participants, we may have 5-10 prizes, ranging in price and variety. We will randomly draw one ticket to win each prize! However, it’s up to you how you want to allocate your tickets – you may have a harder chance winning the prize that everyone else wants. Note that prizes are not eligible for exchange or a cash refund – we suggest you put tickets in the box of something you actually hope to win.

Prize Support

Our philosophy at Kingston Nexus is that we want to run excellent tournaments with great prize support. We don’t have any costs associated with renting a venue, therefore, we are able to turn 100% of the ticket price into prize support. For example, if we run a Warhammer 40K tournament with 20 attendees and each attendee pays $20, that’s $400 of prize support. Actual prizes will be chosen by the tournament organizer from Nexus’ available inventory. For special prize requests, the tournament organizer should be in touch with Kingston Nexus well in advance of the tournament to ensure that they are available for the tournament.

Some tournaments already have prize support built in (eg. X-Wing tournament kits, Magic: The Gathering prereleases). The cost of any such tournament kits or supplies will be deducted from the total prize pool available for door prizes. So for example, if $400 were taken in from entry fees but there is a $50 tournament kit being used, the remaining $350 would be available for door prizes.


Kingston Gaming Nexus
270 Bagot St.
Kingston Ontario K7L 3G5
(613) 546-2565


total spaces
booked spaces
available spaces
What's your policy on registration?

For the majority of our events, we have enough space for everyone who wants to play! That being said, we appreciate it when people register in advance, so we know how many people to expect, which helps us ensure that we have enough prize support, staffing, and tables for the event.

Insufficient Interest

If there aren’t enough people who have expressed interest in an event in advance, the event may be cancelled if it is not viable to run. The exact number of participants required may vary with the event (for example, if there is a $50 prize kit, we would need to sell at least $50 worth of tickets for the event to be viable), but for most tournaments, our minimum number of participants is 6. In the event of insufficient interest, the event will be cancelled with at least 24 hours notice given to all participants, and full refunds will be issued to all who have prepaid.

Sold Out Events

We do have a limited amount of space, and sometimes we don’t have enough room for everyone who would like to attend. In these cases, spaces will be given, in order, to those who have prepaid for the event. In other words, if you want to guarantee yourself a spot, you will need to pay in advance. If you register in advance but do not prepay, your spot will be reserved until 15 minutes before the event, at which point (if you have not showed up for the event and still have not paid) you could lose your spot in the event.


If you register for an event and prepay in advance, but later find out you cannot attend, if you give us at least 24 hours notice before the start of the event, we are happy to give you a refund in the form of store credit equal to the value of the ticket price. However, except in special circumstances, we are unable to issue refunds if you simply miss the event.

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This event is fully booked.


Confirmed Attendees
  • Randy Cavanaugh
  • Lukas Duchaine
  • Chris McDonnell
  • Tony Crawford
  • Colin Krstic
  • Matt Morton
  • Daniel Brooks
  • Connor Makarucha
  • Matt Mullen
  • Stefan Myers
  • Matthew McAdoo
  • M A
  • Stephen Makarucha
  • Jason Leclair
  • Chris Myers
  • Peter Aadoson
  • Corey Donohue
  • Keegan Rae
  • Jake Porter
  • Justin Carreiro
  • Ben Jensen
  • Josh Chatten
  • Anthony van Poppelen
  • Jordan Racey
  • Derek Deraiche
  • Garrett Makarucha
  • jamie Williams
  • Fraser Strong
  • Timothy Gagnon
  • Adrien Williamson
Unconfirmed Attendees