The House Party: Mortal Kombat 11

The House Party: Mortal Kombat 11

gamepad Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate
users 3 / 20 Participants
1st - 50%
2nd - 30%
3rd - 20%
Prize Pool
1st - 50
2nd - 30
3rd - 20

Matches & Results

Double elimination Stage

Upper Bracket R1

Upper Bracket Final

Grand Final


Lower Bracket R1

Lower Bracket Final


Tournament Overview

Registration Instructions

Entry is $10 for the venue and $10 per player per game. Each player needs to individually pay a total of $20 ($10 going to the venue fee and $10 going towards playing the game) in order to participate.

You may pay on site or you can secure your payment by submitting your venue + entry fee through the contribution page

All Entry Fees go towards paying out the top 3 winners from the tournament on top of the $50 pot bonus

Tournament Location

6330 Tillandsia Pl, Tampa, FL 33610, USA

Tournament Organizer

Tournament Rules

Stage 1: Double elimination

House Rules

Food and Drinks will served at the venue on a 1st come 1st served bases. CONSUME AT YOUR OWN RISK

You must be at least 18 years of age to play/spectate. If you are under the age of 18, you must be accompanied by a guardian.


This event is called The β€œHouse” Party for a reason. This isn’t an Air BNB or Hotel that is being rented out, this is actually MY house so please be respectful! Leave your shoes by the shoe rack at the door once you enter and if you make a mess clean up after yourself and/or let us know if you need any help!


Online Pre-Registration venue = $10 + Game entry fee =$10 (Of the game entry fee, 100% will be contributed to the pot)

Payout consist of ALL the games entry fees

Spectators are only $5! Bring your friends and family to cheer you on


The pots will be paid out by the following percentages

1st 50%

2nd 30%

3rd 20%

MK11 Rules ###

  • Tournament format is Single Elimination and will be best 3 out of 5 (First to 3)
  • Winner of a match cannot change characters
  • Loser of a match can change characters
  • The stage is to always be set as random. If Both Players agree to not play on a stage, then a re randomized select or an agreed upon map may be played on.
  • Pressing Pause during the match, will automatically result in giving a round to your opponent. This rule can be verified with a judge if needed. If both parties agree to continue the match, it will be at their discretion, but has to be a mutual consent.