|Tokiwadai Assembly Hall, Itabashi.|
|One of the Tokiwadai rooms.|
The main events will be a series of scheduled tournaments for the Hyper Colosseum card game, Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth, and a Ver. 15th handheld device tournament. Tournament regulations will be announced at a later date. In the previous tournament, legal devices included the Digital Monster Ver. 1~5 pets, the entire original Digimon Pendulum series, Digivice 1.0 and 2.0, the Digimon DigiBat series, and the eponymous Digivice Ver. 15th. Jesmon came to dominate the handheld tournament, while Seraphimon became the linchpin of competitive Cyber Sleuth teams for his role as a superb healer.
|Four GBA systems with wireless adaptars, running Digimon Racing. Original image uploaded by @grace2006_|
DIGIMADO (デジ窓 "Digi Window") is the de facto lead organizational force in the Japanese fandom since Odaiba Day 2009. Their formation was prompted by the demise of Bandai's official systems of organized play for all Digimon card games in 2008. In addition to hosting fan gatherings for the virtual pets, video games, and card games, DIGIMADO also puts out occasional podcasts in Japanese. Fitting its origins as a TCG event organizer, DIGIMADO's mascot is Cardmon C1, from Digimon World 3: The Door of A New Adventure.