Te Pae o Tū
Fri 4 Mar, 7:30 PM NZT
The tournament has been cancelled
GameTe Pae o Tū
Game Mode3v3 TPOT Ruleset
Registration Open12:00 PM, Sun 20th Feb 2022 NZT
Registration Close7:00 PM, Fri 4th Mar 2022 NZT
Tournament Start7:30 PM, Fri 4th Mar 2022 NZT
Check-In Time7:15 PM, Fri 4th Mar 2022 NZT
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.
Te Pae o Tū is governed by these Official Rules (“Official Rules”).
Te Pae o Tū (TPOT) is a series of video game competitions conducted using Apex Legends (“Game”) for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S via backwards compatibility and Nintendo Switch (“Supported Platforms”).
Season 1 of each regional Pro League Regular Season (“Regular Season”) consists of up to forty (40) Teams:
Te Pae o Tū concludes with the Te Pae o Tū (“Championship”), which consists of:
Each event involves gameplay that may be broadcast over the internet or other media and/or require in-person participation at a specific place.
All federal, provincial, and local laws and regulations apply.
Dates, times, registration periods, locations and other details for Te Pae o Tū events will be posted at www.victory-up.com as they become available.
Each player is required to meet the following eligibility requirements to be considered a “Competitor”:
Competitors compete in teams of a minimum of three (3) Competitors (each, a “Team”) who are identified as “Starters’ on the Tournament Site as described in Section 2.3 (each, a “Starter”) and one (1) optional, additional registered Competitor who is slotted into the on the Tournament Site (“Substitute Player”).
Competitors are required to register for every event with a Team. Competitors may not be a member of more than one (1) registered Team.
Competitors may change Teams for an event at any time following the conclusion of a Team’s participation in any active Te Pae o Tū events.
The Roster Lock Dates are as follows:
The Competitor who creates the Team on the Tournament Site (described in Section 2.3) during the registration process will be deemed the Team Captain. The Team Captain is responsible for managing the official roster for their Team on the Tournament Site, for accepting ‘request to join’ invites from new players to become Competitors on the Team, and for registering the Team for each event.
A Team Captain role assignment may be changed by two team members on the Team separately emailing Victory Up at [email protected] from the email address associated with their Victory Up Account ID with the Team Captain change request and with the same nomination for a new team captain. The new captain must be an existing Competitor on the Team. Change is subject to confirmation by Te Pae o Tū administration.
If a player on a Team is found to be ineligible prior to or after an event’s Roster Lock Date, the ineligible player will be automatically replaced with the Substitute Player (if one is designated) for the event.
If a player on a Team is found to be ineligible after the start time of the event, the ineligible player will be removed from the event and the team forfeit all matches in the event.
For online tournaments, all Competitors are required to physically participate from an eligible country/territory (described in Section 3.1) for which the Team is registered.
At least one (1) Starter on a Team is required to be a resident/citizen of New Zealand.
Teams may represent an organization in TPOT, subject to the following restrictions:
Prior to each Regular Season Roster Lock Date, each Team participating in the Regular Season is required to provide the following by emailing [email protected]
Te Pae o Tū administration will inform qualified Competitors of any other applicable deadlines and required information. This information may be incorporated into the broadcast and web coverage of the event.
To register to be considered for eligibility for the Te Pae o Tū, Competitors are required to register at https:/victory-up.com (“Registration Site”), fill out the required fields, and accept the Official Rules.
In addition, Teams are required to register for each Te Pae o Tū event separately by completing the following step; by the registration dates noted in Section 2.3.2:
Certain TPOT events may have additional registration requirements in order to participate; see www.victory-up.com for details.
Registrations close Thursday 3 March 2020 at 9:00pm NZT
Competitors are required to accept the Official Rules on the Registration Site and Tournament Site to be considered for participation in Te Pae o Tū.
These Official Rules may be updated by Te Pae o Tū administration without notice as necessary, including without limitation, to add further clarity, correct errors, comply with changes in applicable law, or address matters that arise after their publication.
Victory Up reserves the right to cancel, suspend and/or modify all or part of TPOT if any fraud, technical failures, act of God, fire, flood, storm, war, public disaster, or other calamity, strike or labor difficulties, public health emergency, cessation of air travel to a Live Event, or any governmental or regulatory determination or action, regulation or order, or any other cause beyond Victory Up’s reasonable control whether similar or dissimilar to those enumerated in this section, or any other factor impairs the integrity or proper operation of TPOT, including the safety of Competitors or fairness of the TPOT, as determined by Victory Up in its sole discretion.
Victory Up reserves the right to disqualify any Competitor or Team at any time for any reason, including without limitation, for tampering with the operation of TPOT, or acting in violation of these Official Rules. Any attempt by any person to deliberately undermine the legitimate operation of TPOT may be a violation of criminal and civil law, and Victory Up reserves the right to seek damages and other remedies (including attorneys’ fees) from any such person to the fullest extent permitted by law.
By participating in TPOT, Competitors agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of Victory Up, Victory Up, and TPOT administrators.
Competitors may be required to provide proof of residency in an eligible country/territory to compete in TPOT. The sufficiency of any such proof or documentation will be determined by Victory Up (or its agent) in its sole discretion.
Employees of Victory Up, Ngāti Gaming and its respective affiliates, subsidiaries, representatives, advertising, promotion and publicity agencies, vendors, and the immediate family members or persons living in the same household of such employees are not eligible to participate in the Te Pae o Tū.
As part of the registration process, Competitors will be asked to provide information such as a TPOT username, first and last names, Team name, country/territory (and state, if applicable) of residence, and optional information, such as Twitter and Twitch usernames and chosen Country/Region of Representation (if different from country of residence). This information may be used in any leaderboard data created as part of TPOT. The leaderboard will be published on victory-up.com and updated with point totals on a regular basis, as determined by Victory Up in its sole discretion.
Competitor and Team demographics provided during registration or otherwise maintained by Victory Up, along with gameplay statistics, may also be publicly announced as part of broadcast commentary during events. For more information about how we may process your personal information, please see Section 8.1 of the Official Rules.
Up to 3 seasons will take place throughout 2022.
Each season will consist of 6 Rounds in Total. Minimum series length is 5 weeks.
Teams are seeded into groups of ten (10) at the start of each Regular Season.
Teams are seeded randomly in Season 1.
Each Split of the Regular Season consists of a up to forty (40) Team double-round robin, with four (4) groups of ten (10) Teams in each Season. Each group will play against every other group in their Season twice in a six (6) match series over the course of the five (5) week season.
Teams accumulate points in each match as described in APPENDIX C5.1. At the end of each match series, Teams in each series are ranked by Round Score and are awarded points toward their Regular Season standings (“Placement Points”) as described in APPENDIX C5.4. A Team’s total Placement Points earned across all match series in a Regular Season Split determines the Team’s finishing placement for that Regular Season Split.
At the conclusion of the Regular Season match series, a Team’s total Placement Points earned in the Regular Season will determine qualification into:
Placement Points will be resolved by the methods described in APPENDIX C6.2. 3.3.4. Pro League Regular Season Team & Competitor Additional Requirements
Competitors and Teams competing in the Pro League Regular Season are required to adhere to the following:
The ten (10) Teams with the round’s highest Round Score (as described in APPENDIX C5.1) will advance to the Finals with Advance Starting Points as detailed in APPENDIX C5.2. The remaining Teams will fall to the losers bracket.
The ten (10) Teams with the round’s highest Round Score will advance to the Finals. The remaining Teams are eliminated from the tournament.
Remaining teams will compete in 3 v 3 Arena’s to decide remaining Seeding for Season 2
Competitors may register and compete in the Te Pae o Tū on a Supported Platform using a single PSN account on the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5, a single Xbox account on the Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S, a single EA account on PC and a single account on Nintendo Switch. The PSN account and Xbox account for their respective platforms may share a single Victory Up account.
Any Live Events will be available on the PC platform only.
Match Rules can be found on each individual tournament. These are the official Match Rules for this Tournament. By Signing up/Joining the tournament you have agreed to the ruleset.
● using any cheats, hacks or other third-party “helper” applications in playing Game matches;
● intentionally disconnecting from the Internet during any Game match;
● colluding with other teams/players in playing Game matches;
● taking advantage of known exploits in the Game (it is the responsibility of players to understand and avoid all current illegal exploits); or
● abusive or disorderly behavior, including any use of harassing, negative, or profane language online.
Victory Up, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to disqualify any Competitor or Team at any time, for any reason, including but not limited to tampering with the entry process or the operation of the Te Pae o Tū, or acting in violation of these Official Rules or in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner and reserves the right to void all associated entries. Disqualification of a Competitor may result in the disqualification of the Competitor’s entire Team from an Te Pae o Tū event or the entire Te Pae o Tū. Victory Up’s failure to enforce any term of these Official Rules shall not constitute a waiver of that provision.
Prize amounts for events that award prizes are detailed in APPENDIX E.
Prizes are not transferable. No substitution of prizes for other goods and services is permitted, except that Victory Up reserves the right to provide a substitute prize of approximately equal or greater value if the advertised prize is unavailable or not allowed by local law. For winning Competitors with a place of residence in Uruguay, prizes will be awarded in the form of a gift card(s) instead
of cash. All federal, state, provincial and local taxes, and international tariffs, are the sole responsibility of the individual winner.
Potential winners will be required to complete and sign a Prize Winner Declaration and Release to claim a prize within ninety (90) days of completion of the event in order to claim the prize. If a potential winner fails to sign and/or return the Prize Winner Declaration and Release, refuses the prize, is ineligible to accept the prize, or the prize is returned as undeliverable, the potential winner forfeits the prize.
Failure to communicate banking information or delivery method to prize distribution vendor in a timely manner may result in forfeiture of the prize. If a potential winner is considered a minor in his or her territory of residence, the winner's parent or legal guardian (as required by law) will be required to sign all necessary documents upon verification of identification. Receiving a prize is contingent upon compliance with these Official Rules. All prizes claimed in accordance with these Official Rules will be awarded. In the event a potential winner is disqualified, or the prize is forfeited for any reason, Victory Up retains the discretion to donate the applicable prize to a charity of Victory Up’s choosing. Potential winners may be required to provide a valid shipping address to claim the prize. Allow up to three (3) months for delivery of prizes.
In the event Victory Up cancels or suspends Te Pae o Tū pursuant to Section 2.4 above, prizes will be awarded for all events prior to such cancellation or suspension.
Nothing in these Official Rules shall be deemed to exclude or restrict any Competitor’s statutory rights as a consumer.
● Organizing, running, and monitoring the Te Pae o Tū and prize fulfillment, including for Competitors that win a prize, publishing Competitor names and countries of residence online or in any other media in connection with the Te Pae o Tū, as described further below;
● Announcing player and team demographics, along with gameplay statistics, as part of event broadcast commentary;
● Sharing information with designated Te Pae o Tū operators and/or administrators, including for booking travel and soliciting feedback on the Te Pae o Tū, gameplay and features of Victory Up game titles; and
● Promotional and marketing materials (such as Broadcast Listen In’s) that may reference player information).
Competitors have the right to access, withdraw, and correct their personal information. Competitors may request such action by emailing our Privacy team on [email protected] using Subject header 'Personal Information Request'.
Please note that we may request background investigations for Competitors that we invite to Live Events. We may request Competitor consent and provide details about such investigations if applicable and necessary.
WINNER’S LIST: Victory Up will post a winner’s list online after all winners are confirmed two (2) weeks after the end of Te Pae o Tū event on associated business social media. This list will remain after the end of the Te Pae o Tū.
7.2.1. Competitor grants Victory Up the right to publish and otherwise use Competitor’s statistics and rankings in connection with Te Pae o Tū for any purpose, including for marketing and promotional purposes, without consent or compensation to Competitor.
7.2.2. By accepting a prize, Competitor grants to Victory Up the right to use their personal information and any other information provided by Competitor, without further consent or compensation to Competitor, for the administration, marketing, and promotion of Te Pae o Tū, Victory Up, and/or the Game, unless otherwise noted below:
● Background info: Full name, country/territory of residency, age, Supported Platform Usernames (e.g., Xbox Live Gamertag, PSN ID, EA Account ID)
● Social Media info: Twitter handle, YouTūbe channel, Twitch account, Discord Username, Instagram username
● Photos: Any photos provided by Competitor to Victory Up or photos of Competitor taken onsite at a Live Event
● Other Information for tournament administration only: Shirt size, dietary restrictions, mobile phone number
● Any other biographical information provided by the Competitor (e.g., favorite Legend, short bio provided during registration process on Tournament Site)
Victory Up’s decisions will be final and binding on all matters related to Te Pae o Tū.
To the extent permissible by local law, Te Pae o Tū is governed by the laws of New Zealand and all claims must be resolved in New Zealand.
To the extent permissible by law, Competitor agrees to release and hold harmless Victory Up and its agents from any and all liability or any injury, loss, damage, right, claim or action of any kind arising from or in connection with the Te Pae o Tū or any Te Pae o Tū-related activity, or the receipt, acceptance, possession, use or misuse of Victory Up-provided travel or any prize won.
All commercial rights (including without limitation any and all marketing and media rights) relating to Te Pae o Tū are reserved by Victory Up.
Competitor shall not associate themselves with Te Pae o Tū and/or Victory Up in any commercial manner, nor use any intellectual property rights of Victory Up, nor shall they permit any third parties to do so, without the prior written consent of Victory Up, which may be granted or withheld at Victory Up’s sole discretion.
Any Competitor or a Competitor’s sponsor wishing to engage in any promotional or marketing activities with respect to Te Pae o Tū, including at any Te Pae o Tū tournament venue, will need prior written consent from Victory Up, which may be granted or withheld at Victory Up’s sole discretion.
The recording and dissemination of images or footage of Te Pae o Tū for commercial purposes by or on behalf of Competitor is strictly prohibited, except when explicitly authorized by Victory Up.
Victory Up is not responsible for:
This Code of Conduct applies to all Competitors at all levels of the Te Pae o Tū unless otherwise specified. Victory Up reserves the right to levy penalties, sanction or disqualify any Competitor for violations of this Code of Conduct in its sole discretion.
Competitors must conduct themselves in a reasonable manner, maintaining an appropriate and respectful demeanor to spectators, members of the press, tournament administrators, and to other Competitors.
Competitors are required to conduct themselves in accordance with commonly accepted standards of decency, social conventions and morals, and to not commit any act or become involved in any situation or make any statement which brings disrepute, contempt, scandal, ridicule, or disdain to the Competitor, Victory Up, the Te Pae o Tū or to its Competitors and sponsors.
These requirements apply to live, offline, and online interactions, in and out of Te Pae o Tū, including with respect to social media conduct and activity on live streams, past conduct and during Live Events. All Competitors are expected to adhere to these standards of sportsmanship and the Victory Up Rules of Conduct, available at https://victory-up.com, at all times, including when not participating in Victory Up sanctioned events.
● Using vulgar or offensive language;
● Abusive behavior, including harassment and verbal threats;
● Publishing, posting, uploading distributing content, or organizing/participating in any activity, group or guild that Victory Up (acting reasonably and objectively) determines is inappropriate, abusive, hateful, harassing, profane, defamatory, threatening, hateful, obscene, sexually explicit, infringing, privacy-invasive, vulgar, offensive, indecent or unlawful;
● Playing on behalf of another Competitor, or allowing someone else to play on Competitor’s behalf, in any competitive game mode;
● Gambling, including betting on the outcome of Te Pae o Tū matches;
● Disclosing any confidential information provided by Victory Up or any of its affiliates;
● Accepting or giving gifts, bribes, rewards, or compensation for services that are rendered in connection with competing in the Te Pae o Tū (with an exception for Competitors with sponsors who pay them based on their performance);
● Causing or contributing to scandal, reputational harm or risk to the integrity and reputation of the Te Pae o Tū or Victory Up;
● Engaging in any other activity that disturbs the professional, fair, and respectful gaming environment of the Te Pae o Tū; and
● Promoting, encouraging or taking part in any prohibited activity described above.
Competitors must maintain an appropriate level of respect, in Victory Up’s sole judgment, towards other Competitors, referees, officials, event staff, and tournament administrators. Threatening or inappropriate behavior towards the referees and the other Competitors will not be tolerated. Incidents and punishment will be identified at the sole discretion of the Te Pae o Tū Officials or Victory Up. Competitors must follow the instructions of Te Pae o Tū officials or Victory Up at all times.
Examples of prohibited conduct includes, but is not limited to:
● Using vulgar or offensive language;
● Abusive behavior, including harassment and verbal threats;
● Physical abuse, fighting, or any other threatening action directed at any Competitor, spectator, official or any other person;
● Damage and/or abuse to game devices, hardware, and peripherals, tournament equipment, or the facility/venue/lodging;
● Interfering with or interrupting the broadcast or broadcast production;
● Interfering with gameplay, including purposely breaking a game station, interrupting a power supply, leaving a station before the conclusion of a match, refusing to play, and abuse of in-game pausing;
● Failure to cooperate with safety and security requirements, such as metal detectors and bag searches;
● Failure to follow instructions given by tournament sponsors, referees, and security personnel;
● Logging in to the provided game devices with a personal account or playing any game other than the copy of the Game provided for use in the tournament; and
● Failing to be available for any post-tournament awards ceremonies, interviews, and the entirety of a Live Event or online tournament, as well as any promotional activities reasonably requested by Victory Up or other sponsors. <.p> A3. Collusion and Match-fixing Policy
Any action or agreement to disadvantage other Competitors, one’s own Team, or other Teams in the Te Pae o Tū, to predetermine the outcome of a match, to try to lose a match, to affect the fairness of the Te Pae o Tū, or to limit efforts to win a match is strictly prohibited.
Any Competitors determined by Victory Up to be violating this rule at any phase in the Te Pae o Tū may be removed from the Te Pae o Tū. Such Competitors may be forced to forfeit or return any compensation and/or prizes and may have their Victory Up and/or Game accounts suspended.
Examples of prohibited conduct include, but are not limited to:
Competitor use of alcohol or drugs is prohibited on any Live Event premises, and Competitors may not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol while participating.
Smoking, including the use of e-Cigarettes and vaporizers, is prohibited at any Live Event except in designated areas. Some event venues may ban smoking entirely.
Competitors must wear attire appropriate to the circumstances (as determined by Victory Up).
Competitors shall not wear, carry or bear any items of a political nature, or which in Victory Up’s opinion cause controversy or reflect unfavorably upon Victory Up, its partners, or Te Pae o Tū.
Competitors shall not carry out any promotional activity or marketing of brands and services, in connection with Te Pae o Tū unless otherwise approved in writing by Victory Up.
Violation of any part of these Official Rules may, at Victory Up's discretion, result in penalties, disqualification, change of match results, loss of winner status and/or forfeiture of prizes. All decisions and rulings of Victory Up relating to Te Pae o Tū are final and binding. Victory Up reserves the right to penalize any Competitor in the Te Pae o Tū at any level, at any time for any reason. Penalties may include, in no particular order, the following:
● Final Warning
● Forfeiture of single match
● Forfeiture of all matches
● Reduction in Match Score
● Loss of awards (including prize money and paid travel expenses)
● Loss of points
● Suspension from the Te Pae o Tū
● Disqualification from the Te Pae o Tū and future competitions.
● Forfeiture of any registration fees to participate in an event
● Loss of future prize money
● Temporary or permanent suspension from the Te Pae o Tū
● Suspension of one or multiple game accounts for the Victory Up service(s) used by the Competitor
Victory Up also has the right to publicly announce penalties that have been levied on Competitors, and such Competitors waive any right of legal action against Victory Up, and/or any of its affiliates.
Competitors in Te Pae o Tū may acquire and work with promotional sponsors. Promotional sponsorship is limited, however, to exclude certain categories and industries. If the promotional
sponsor falls under one of the below categories, the Competitor may not display or promote the sponsorship in conjunction with Victory Up, its partners, or the Te Pae o Tū.
Subject to these Official Rules and Victory Up’s right in its sole discretion to prohibit, reject, remove, blur or obscure any mark, logo or signage, Competitors in the Te Pae o Tū may include the display of promotional sponsors. Competitors may not display or promote any products or services in conjunction with Victory Up, its partners, or the Te Pae o Tū that offer or are associated with:
● Gambling or gambling websites;
● Alcohol, tobacco, and/or prescription drugs;
● Apex Coin promoting or selling websites or companies;
● Firearms or any type of weapons;
● Pornographic or adult material;
● High fat, salt, or sugar foods and drinks;
● Products or services from direct competitors of Victory Up, its partners, and its other subsidiary brands;
● Direct competitors of Te Pae o Tū official marketing partners; and
● Unauthorized game key selling websites or companies.
The list is illustrative and non-exhaustive. Victory Up reserves the right to add or remove any product or service from the list at any time without notice.
Competitors will be asked to select a unique username during the registration process. This username will be used to identify Competitors during any Live Events. This username can be the same as their PSN ID or XBL Gamertag, but is not required to be the same. The username must be unique from other Competitor names and must not be deemed vulgar by Victory Up and its affiliates. Usernames must not infringe on a third party's intellectual property rights, violate the law, Victory Up’s User Agreement or a third party's right of privacy or right of publicity.
To be eligible to participate in the Te Pae o Tū, Competitors are required to be a legal resident of one of the below-listed countries/territories.
In this stage, Teams accumulating points from each match as described in APPENDIX C5.1 and moving on to a Double Elimination stage (described in APPENDIX C3).
At the end of the Group Stage, the forty (40) Teams are ranked by the total Match Score earned across all matches played in the Group Stage (“Group Stage Total Match Score”) and start the Double Elimination stage as follows:
- For the Split 2 Playoffs:
- Twenty (20) Teams with the highest Group Stage Total Match Score start in the winners bracket;
- Twenty (20) Teams with the lowest Group Stage Total Match Score start in the losers bracket round 1.
- For Championship:
- Ten (10) Teams with the highest Group Stage Total Match Score start in the winners bracket round 2;
- Twenty (20) Teams with the next highest Group Stage Total Match Score start in the winners bracket round 1; and
- Ten (10) Teams with the lowest Group Stage Total Match Score start in the losers bracket round 1.
At the end of each match, Teams are awarded points for their placement and the Team’s total number of kills (“Match Score”).
The points awarded in each match are through:
6th – 7th: 3
8th – 10th: 2
11th – 15th: 1
16th – 20th: 0
1 for each kill
If a Team misses a match (no Competitors from the Team competed in the match), then the Team receives a Match Score of zero (0) for that match.
At the end of each round or match series, a Team’s total points will include the Team’s Match Scores for all matches in that round or match series (“Round Score”).
At the end of each round in the Regular Season, Teams in each series are ranked by Round Score and are awarded points toward their Regular Season standings as described below.
Teams are awarded the following points (“Playoff Points”) based on finishing placement in the final round of the Playoffs.
6th – 7th: 3
8th – 10th: 2
11th – 15th: 1
16th – 20th: 0
1 for each kill
In the event two (2) or more Teams are tied in Round Score, the tie will be resolved by the following, in descending order of priority:
(A) Single Match Scores
The Team with the highest Match Score from a single match wins the tiebreaker.
The highest single Match Scores may have been in the same or different matches in the round for each tied Team.
Example: Team 1 and Team 2 have tied Round Scores of 67. Team 1's highest single Match Score is 20 points in the first match of the round and Team 2's highest single Match Score is 22 points in the second match of the round.
Team 2 would win the Single Match Score Tiebreaker.
This is repeated for all matches played in the round until all ties are broken or no additional individual Match Scores are available.
Example: Team 1's and Team 2's single highest Match Score is 20 points in Matches 1 & 3 respectively. Team 1's next highest single Match Score is 18 Points from Match 3, while Team 2's next highest single Match Score is 15 in Match 2. Team 1 would win the Single Match Score Tiebreaker. If two (2) or more teams are still tied after review of Single Match Scores, then ties will be resolved using Single Match Best Placement.
(B) Single Match Best Placement
The Team with the best finishing placement (lowest number) in a single match wins the tiebreaker.
These best placements may have been in the same or different matches for each tied Team. A 1st place finish in a single match is the best possible placement. This is repeated for all matches played in the round until all ties are broken or no additional individual matches
are available. If two (2) or more teams are still tied after review of Single Match Scores and Single Match Best Placement, then ties will be resolved using Single Match Total Kills.
(C) Single Match Total Kills
The Team with the highest number of kills in a single match wins the tiebreaker. This is repeated for all matches played in the round until all ties are broken or no additional Matches are available.
Once entries open tournament is available to be joined on the website. The entry open time is stated on the tournament. Entries will open no earlier than 3 days in advance of tournament start time.
This tournament is for teams only. One player must act as captain and select teammate when joining tournament. Teams may be established prior to trying to join the tournament.
There is no Entry Fee
Invite on match day
All participants will be sent an invite on Match Day to join custom server. If you have not received the invite by match time, please email [email protected].
How to join as a team?
The brackets are unavailable as the tournament has been cancelled.