Fri 23 Sep, 12:00 PM NZT
Game Mode5v5 NZ HSESL 2022 - Valorant 5v5
Tournament Start12:00 PM, Fri 23rd Sep 2022 NZT
Check-In Time12:00 PM, Fri 23rd Sep 2022 NZT
For the complete NZ HSESL Valorant 2022 rulebook please click below
One game will be played each week per each team, unless informed otherwise.
The draw for the META High School League will be released prior to the competition beginning.
Teams may request a change in the schedule. A request to have the schedule changed must be sent to [email protected], no later than one week out from the match you wish to reschedule.
All matches played online will be run through the Victory Up Website www.victory-up.com
All teams playing in the tournament will sign in on the NZSSEports website using the ‘Team Manager Profile’. Teams must check the league page on the NZSSEports website no later than 30 minutes before match starts.
Team Captains must stay in contact with the opponent right up to the match start time. The ‘home’ team is the team stated as ‘Home’ on the tournament schedule. The Home team is required to set up the match and invite their opponents.
All matches will be using the default settings for Standard Plant and Defuse. Which goes for 13 rounds.
One match of 13 rounds will complete the match for that week.
Custom game options settings:
The home team stated on the schedule will be the first team to ban a map. The opposing team will then select a map to ban next. The home team will then select the map to use for the game and the opposing team will select to attack or defend first.
If the game started on the wrong map, the game must be restarted using the same settings and sides but the correct map.
Restrictions may be added at any time before or during a match if there are known bugs with any items, champions, skins, runes, masteries, Summoner spells, or for any other reason as determined at the discretion of tournament admins.
Team coaches and Victory Up officials require a slot for spectating when the home team sets up the match. If the Spectator slot has not been set up by the home team, the match may be restarted, regardless of how far the match has progressed.
For broadcast matches home must select tournament mode for the match.
Once setup is complete it is time to begin the match. All matches must start at the allotted start time given to each team.
All students/ players, when playing online, will do so from their school grounds or from home. It is the responsibility of the schools themselves to provide a location capable of allowing students to compete if they wish for the students to play from school.
Live venues may become available before or during the season, where schools can compete weekly at a live LAN venue. Team managers/ schools will be informed if Venues become available.