EUROPEAN ROCK PAPER SCISSORS CHAMPIONSHIP

The 2020 Championship is due to take place in Budapest, Hungary on 5th September, hosted by Gibbon Games



The European Rock Paper Scissors Championship is three hours of pure excitement, adrenaline and tension as 150 competitors from all over Europe battle through seven knockout rounds until only one person remains - THE EUROPEAN CHAMPION.



2019 RESULTS


This was won by Matt Pridham from Wales, with our UK tournament host Sally coming second.



2018 RESULTS


The inaugural European Rock Paper Scissor Championship semi final came down to England vs Germany and Ireland vs Germany, which eventually lead to an exciting all female German final between Kathrin Beinlich and Svenja Macke. After a tense battle with many drawers the tournament was finally won by Kathrin Beinlich.



MORE CHANCES TO WIN


Your fee includes entry into the main tournament plus two other contests during the evening ensuring you have five chances to win and a whole evening of entertainment. Here are the extra games included;

    Second Chance

    Extra knock-out contest played by 16 lucky losers of first round. The winner re-enters the main contest.


    RPS Challenge

    FREE £3 RPS Challenge fun money to wager in games against anyone in the room. See below


    Last One Standing

    Play against the entire room at the beginning of the night. Winner receives £20 RPS Challenge money.


    Get up-to-date info about Rock Paper Scissors tournaments on Facebook

    COUNTRIES WITH ATTENDEES


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    Countries can submit any number of entrants. These countries have all entered competitors to represent them.


    England, Scotland, Wales, England, Sweden, Germany, France, Hungary, Luxembourg, Tunisia and Finland


    WHICH COUNTRY WILL YOU REPRESENT?

    UK RPS REVIEWS


    TIPS TO WIN


    If you thought Rock Paper Scissors was a game of chance, think again! There are many ways to increase your chances of winning. Here are a few;

    1. Surprise your opponent – if you’re big, scary and muscular, throw paper/

    2. Wear sunglasses – to prevent your opponent from studying your eyes

    3. Try reverse psychology! – tell them what you are going to throw & let them figure out if you will


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    WATCH THE ACTION FROM UK CHAMPS