Online and Live competitive gaming should be an open and welcoming environment, where participants can feel safe, have fun and have the space to become as good as possible. A major advantage of competitive gaming is that it can be practiced by people from all kinds of different backgrounds and situations, giving us the chance to include a very broad range of people. To create such an environment, we need to take individual responsibility for how we behave towards our fellow players, referees and spectators. By following the rules set out below, we make the esports environment a place for everyone.
All users who register under Victory Up fall under the rules and regulations of the Victory Up Company. This includes our code of conduct which applies to all Victory Up tournaments and events held or sponsored by Victory Up.
All users must adhere to the terms and conditions and Code of Conduct while participating in any tournaments directly held by or sponsored by Victory Up Limited.
If a person is representing The Victory Up brand directly, they will abide by the code of conduct whenever participating in any gaming event, online or offline, where they are representing the company.
If live streaming while representing Victory Up, the person will abide by the code of conduct until the stream is finished.
All participants of the tournament, which includes players, coaches and sponsors, will abide by the Victory Up code of Conduct.
The code of conduct is not only used for our players and participants but for our own admin and site officials as well.
Victory Up will never favour one player over any other player, while competing in our tournaments. Whether the tournament is online or live, we are an unbiased participant and will never change results in order to affect the outcome of a match or tournament
Victory Up will only change the results of a tournament as a result of foul play or offensive behaviour.
We reserve the right to change results due to cheating or to counter false results, that are reported to Victory Up by opponents or tournament officials. Proof is required by tournament officials or opponents for us to change the outcome of a match or to penalise a player.
If a player is directly representing Victory Up in a tournament, we at Victory Up will never show biasedness towards that player.
When deciding on a tournament bracket, Victory Up will not set the tournament bracket in the favour of any competitor, whether they are a representative of the company or not.
Victory Up is an unbiased participant in all our Victory Up tournaments, whether they are online or live. We believe in fair play and will not go against our own morals in order to cheat competitors of their chance to win or participate in our tournaments.
Moderate public channels such as social media or forums in conjunction with Victory Up events, and not allow offensive comments or exchanges.
Victory Up will work proactively to create a welcoming environment where everyone feels safe, regardless of gender, gender identity, origin, physical ability, sexual orientation or religion. And age where applicable.
A goal of Victory Up is to encourage a more open and welcoming approach to competitive gaming. Highlighting the most positive examples and rewarding them, sets the tone for our events and online presence. Players will be rewarded for good sportsmanship and behaviour.