FILTHY CASUALS is Nonplayable’s signature open-lobby fighting game show powered entirely by viewer participation. Held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8PM ET / 5PM PT, the show can be seen LIVE at twitch.tv/nonplayabletvPlayers from around the world compete in Street Fighter V, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Tekken 7, and The King of Fighters XIV throughout the month for an opportunity to become champions in those games at Nonplayable’s monthly Fightline events.Do you have what it takes to take what they’ve got?

 

GAMES

Filthy Casuals shows are divided into two 60-minute play sessions of the following games:

  • TUESDAYS – Street Fighter V / Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
  • THURSDAYS – Tekken 7 / The King of Fighters XIV

While we appreciate and encourage player feedback, we must stress that we will not play additional fighters on Filthy Casuals.

 

SHOW ENTRY

All Filthy Casuals games are played on the PC platform, with the exception of Street Fighter V, which has cross-platform play.

• To compete on the show, you must be a member of the Nonplayable Steam group, as invitations will only be given to those within the group chat. If lobby space is available, you’re in!

• To ensure competitive fairness, players in the group chat must declare their intent to compete at the start of each game session.

• Each player has 10 seconds to ready up for fights in the lobby. If unprepared, they will be skipped. If twice unprepared, they will be kicked from the lobby.

 

EXHIBITION RULES

• All fights are decided with one match and winner stays on.

• If a player wins three consecutive fights, that player must head to the back of the lobby.

• If the lobby is full and a new player wishes to compete, the next upcoming player with the fewest wins must win their fight or lose their lobby spot. This rule does not apply to the game champion.

• If a match disconnects, in the interest of time there will be no runbacks.

The player with the most total wins on Filthy Casuals before the current month’s Fightline event earns an automatic opportunity at that game’s NP Championship. This does not apply to The King of Fighters XIV (KOF).

FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT IN A KICK FROM THE LOBBY!

 

CHAMPIONSHIP RULES

• Non-KOF Champions are immune to lobby removal for their respective games.

• Though championship fights are usually reserved for Fightline events, once a month, an NP Champion (non-KOF) can choose to defend their title against a handpicked challenger on an episode of Filthy Casuals. If the Champion is successful, the defeated challenger cannot challenge that Champion until the Champion defends against another challenger.

• Street Fighter, Tekken, and Marvel vs. Capcom NP Championship fights are contested under the first-to-four format.

• KOF NP Championship fights are contested only during Fightline events, between two teams consisting of three players each under the first-to-two format.