The Venue
Eastend-Berlin is a special place for us because "BTC I" took place here for the first time. We are happy that we can organise the tournament here again.

JFE Eastend-Berlin 
Tangermünder Straße 127 
12627 Berlin 

Public Transport
  • Underground U5: Station Hellersdorf
  • Metro-Tram M6: Stendaler Str./Quedlinburger Str.
  • Tram 18: Stendaler Str./Quedlinburger Str.
  • Bus 195: Janusz-Korczak-Str.
  • Express-Bus X54: Stendaler Str./Quedlinburger Str.


With new tables and chairs we save almost half the space compared to last year. There will be 4 round tables with 4 screens each.

Two stations per pool will be available. That means we have 8 stations in total. The newly ordered chairs are smaller than the old ones. This alone means a total space saving of 25%.


The Eastend Berlin in Hellersdorf is a Youth & Community Centre and offers a wide range of leisure activities.
The BERLIN TEKKEN CLASH Venue - JFE Eastend-Berlin
Sights & places you should see when you visit Berlin

Sights & places you should see

Why Berlin?
Welcome to the heart of Europe!
  • 1. Recent, and Relevant, History
  • 2. Monuments that Make You FEEL Something
  • 3. Alternative Lifestyles
  • 4. High Octane Nightlife
  • 5. Dining Diversity
  • 6. Art and Achitecture
  • 7. Ampelman
  • 8. Berlin Admits its Wrongdoings
  • 9. Airport Staff Smile at You! (and even flirt!)
  • 10. You never know where you’ll end up!
Berlin is more than 775 years old and over the decades, all generations have left their monuments and landmarks in town. The densest array of sights in Berlin lies east of the Brandenburg Gate, on either side of Unter den Linden. In the city west visitors should take a look at the broken shard of the Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche, which serves as a brutal reminder of World War II. Close by starts the famous boulevard Kurfürstendamm.


Airport Berlin Tegel TXL
Tegel Airport is located in Berlin's northern district Reinickendorf and is closer to the city than the airport in Schönefeld.

Tegel Airport has no direct link to the S- or U-Bahn. The fastest way to get to the city is either by TXL Express Bus or by the Express Bus X9. Both stop right outside the terminal. The X9 Bus departs every five to ten minutes at Tegel Airport towards Zoo Station, the journey takes about 20 minutes. Zoo Station is linked to the S-Bahn and U-Bahn network, from Zoo Station any destination in the city can be reached easily.
The Berlin Schönefeld Airport is located on the southern outskirts of Berlin. The new Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt BER is being built nearby.

From the train station at Schönefeld Airport the S-Bahn lines S9 and S45 run to the city center. Travellers who want to get to Berlin Central Station can take the S9 until the station Ostkreuz and then change to the S-Bahn lines S5, S7 or S75 which stop at Central Station. Note: Schönefeld Airport is located in fare zone C. To get to the city center an ABC ticket is required.


With its ten lines, the U-Bahn (underground, subway) Berlin runs along a network of approximately 146 kilometres and includes 173 stations. Most metro lines operate underground, but some run on above ground tracks. The U-Bahn Berlin is known for its yellow-colored trains.

The U-Bahn in Berlin is maintained by the Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe BVG and is part of the Transport Association Berlin-Brandenburg VBB. Thus subway tickets are also valid for trips with buses, the S-Bahn, trams and vice versa. Tickets can be purchased at ticket machines on subway platforms and ticket counters in larger stations. On weekdays most U-Bahn lines run from 4 a.m. till 1 a.m.. In between, the bus night lines provide public transport. During the day the U-Bahn travels in 5-minute intervals, at night in 10-minute intervals. On the weekend the U-Bahn runs 24 hours, in the daytime mainly in ten-minute intervals, during the night in 15-minute intervals.
S-Bahn Berlin covers 15 lines on a 330 kilometre long regional network and with almost 170 train stations. In the center of Berlin, the S-Bahn mostly runs above ground. Train stations can be identified by the green and white S symbol.

The S-Bahn in Berlin is a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn and is part of the Transport Association Berlin-Brandenburg VBB. Therefore S-Bahn tickets are also valid for buses, the U-Bahn, trams and vice versa. Tickets are available at ticket machines on the platforms or at sales points in the major stations.

On weekdays, the S-Bahn starts running around 4.30 a.m. and stops service at 1.30 a.m. Depending on the time of day the trains run in five-, ten- or 20-minute intervals. On weekends, S-Bahn trains run 24 hours, at night in 30 minute intervals.
Buses & Bus Routes
Transport service in Berlin's urban area is provided by several public bus lines of the BVG. They cover routes which are not covered by other public transport. A special feature of Berlin are the double-decker buses whose upper decks offer a great view.

During the daytime, bus lines 100 to 399 connect the suburbs with the central city or S-Bahn and U-Bahn stations. During the day, metro buses M11 to M85 run 24 hours a day, seven days a week in ten minute intervals.

Night buses are marked with an N and operate all night. The night bus lines N1 to N9 replace the U-Bahn lines U1 to U9 from Monday till Friday night. The other night buses N10 to N97 replace the most important day lines.
Tram & Metrotram
Tram lines extend the route network of the U-Bahn and more than 20 tram lines run through Berlin, mainly in the eastern part of the city. Metrotram lines run more often than the regular trams.

Tram and Metrotram in Berlin are maintained by the Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe BVG and belong to the Transport Association Berlin-Brandenburg VBB. Tram and Metrotram lines run on different schedules. Furthermore, Metrotram lines operate during the night even on weekdays. The BVG Metrotram has nine lines (1 to 17) which are supplemented by 13 tram lines (12 to 68). The lines of the Metrotram are marked with a "M". On daytime these lines run at least every ten minutes. At night (from 0.30 a.m.) they run in 30-minute intervals.

Where to stay

Hotel Amadeus ROYAL Berlin
This 3-star hotel is located on the outskirts of south-eastern Berlin and only 2 Underground Stations away from the Venue! It features a hairdresser, a beauty department, a pharmacy and a supermarket. Public parking spaces are available free of charge at the accommodation. Hönow Underground Station is only 100 m from the hotel. Featuring lift access and free WiFi, all rooms at the Hotel Amadeus ROYAL Berlin offer a cosy and comfortable ambiance and come with a desk, a seating area and a large private bathroom.
ABACUS Tierpark Hotel
This 4-star hotel is directly opposite Friedrichsfelde Zoo in Berlin’s Lichtenberg district. It is 700 m from the Tierpark Underground Station and only 7 Stations away from the Venue! It has free parking, modern rooms and spa facilities. Its philosophy "Ars vivendi" (the art of living) surely is the reason that this house is one of the most popular hotels in whole Germany since 8 years. All rooms at the Abacus Tierpark Hotel offer a flat-screen satellite TV and a private bathroom.
Hotel NOVA Berlin
The hotel NOVA team welcomes its guests with Berliner charm and personal service. Our homely atmosphere in the middle of Berlin will make your stay a special experience. Ideally connected to public transport (subway and train, tram, bus) can be reached in about 10 minutes, the pulsating center of Berlin with its unforgettable facets (Alexanderplatz, Hackescher Markt, Friedrichstrasse). We would be pleased to see you in the future as our guests and partners.
NH Berlin City Ost
NH Berlin City Ost offers a total of 99 guest rooms, each tailored to your personal needs with all the amenities you need to feel at home during your business and pleasure travel, including flat-screen Satellite TV, Wi-Fi Internet access, electronic safe, beds with thick mattresses, and much more. Our guests appreciate the hotel´s modern design combined with a private and familiar atmosphere.
Arcadia Hotel Berlin
In the heart of the vibrating cosmopolitan our hotel welcomes you with its individual atmosphere. The central location with excellent connections to public transport provides an ideal base for your stay in Berlin. A direct city railway to the exhibition is available. Relax in one of our 120 spacious, bright and comfortable furnished guest rooms with shower / bath, WC, TV, telephone, air conditioning and W-Lan.
Pegasus Hostel Berlin
From €10 can you can stay centrally in the trendy district of Friedrichshain, close to many of the main sights such as Alexanderplatz in Berlin Mitte, the East-Side-Gallery and Berghain nightclub. Our hostel is an ideal starting point for exploring Berlin. Our Hostel is within easy reach of public transport and car. Our hostel has 65 bright and friendly rooms. Our range of rooms varies from private double bed ensuite rooms, to simple bunk beds in a dormitory for backpackers.
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