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E-Sports Drifting Association

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E-Sports Drifting Association

ESDA Rules and Regulations

2018 Official Rulebook

Version 1.7

Note: All complaints on the ESDA Rulebook must be addressed before or after the ESDA event. Please read the entire rulebook carefully before submitting a question to the organizers because your answer might be in the book.

If your answer is not in the rulebook, message an ESDA Staff Member and will get back with a reply as soon as possible.

Table of Contents

ESDA Introduction

1.1 Intro

2. Using ESDA Rules for Events

2.1 Using ESDA Rules For Organized Events

2.2 How to set up a ESDA event

2.3 ESDA Events

3.  ESDA General Info

3.1 Code of conduct and Zero Tolerance Agreement

3.2 Gambling and Prizes

4. ESDA Event Info

4.1 ESDA Event

4.2 World Event

4.3 Event Breakdown

4.4 Drivers Meeting

5. ESDA Tournament Format

5.1 ESDA Event

5.2 World Event

5.3 Tandem and Qualifying

5.4 Lobby Setup and Procedures

5.5 Reserves

6. ESDA Judging and Scoring

6.1 Judging Breakdown

6.2 Scoring Breakdown

6.3 Protesting

7. ESDA Schedule

7.1 Event Schedule

7.2 Re-Schedule of an event

8. ESDA Tracks (Courses)

8.1 Sections List

9. ESDA Registration

9.1 How to sign Up

10. ESDA Player Seeding, Points and Ranking Format

10.1 Bracket Seeding Format

10.2 Event Points Format

10.3 Points Ranking Format

11. ESDA Eligible Cars and info

11.1 Eligible Car List

11.2 Change of a car

11.3 Car Restrictions

11.4 Banned Parts on cars

11.5 Modding

12. ESDA Nameplate Placement

12.1 Example of Placement of Driver Name

13. ESDA Online Rules

13.1 Sorting connection issues

13.2 No Shows and solo runs

13.3 Being Late

14. ESDA Permission to use videos

14.1 Rights to use ESDA Videos

15. ESDA Staff

16.ESDA Contacts and Social Media

17. Version Updates

ESDA Introduction

1.1 Intro

E-Sports Drift Association (ESDA) is a series of tournament-style competitions

showcasing the ability to slide cars sideways through a course while maintaining angle,

line, proximity, and style. Each competitor will be required to read over all of these rules

carefully. E-Sports Drift Association wishes you a successful competition season. We

are thrilled to provide drivers with the 2017-2018 Edition of the technical rules and regulation of the E-Sports Drifting Association. This version of the rulebook covers the foundation for the organization and conduct of the E-Sports Drift Association. Participants, teams, drivers, and officials are strongly encouraged to read these rules carefully. E-Sports Drift Association wishes you a successful competition season.

2. Using ESDA Rules for Events

2.1 Using ESDA Rules For Organized Events

The E-Sports Drift Association gives the right for other organizers to implement ESDA rules to other events. All who organize any event which wants to sanction or partner must be authorized by the  E-Sports Drift Association. Any entity who organizes ESDA rules comp must be allowed to organize a competition by the statement in 2.1.

2.2 How to set up a ESDA event

The organizer of an ESDA competition must publish the supplementary regulations of the event including the following information in advance before an event start:

1.Name of the event and date

2. Name of the organizer and Judges

3. Course or section of track

4. Restrictions Vehicle info, Eligible cars

5. Competition sign up form

6. Bracket Size

7. Rewards if any

8. Judges are not allowed to compete

2.3 ESDA Events

Note: Events may be added

These are the following ESDA approved events:

3.  ESDA General Info

3.1 Code of conduct and Zero Tolerance Agreement

All drivers and teams that compete in any ESDA competition must comply with the

Code of Conduct and Terms of Agreement defined in the following:

• #1. Play with a feeling of enthusiasm for participating in the competition.

• #2. Show a sense of professionalism that may show appeal to future fans and sponsors for the growth of the company and sport. Show respect towards drivers, teams, official organizers, and keep a friendly and professional attitude towards everyone.

• #3. Play fair with respectable behavior. Observe the rules and act in accordance with the spirit of the rules.

• #4. Be modest when victorious and accept defeat with pride and dignity.

• #5. Refrain from abusive language, attitude or behavior with harmful intent

against fans, or persons of interest.

• #6. No poor behavior while on the course.

• #7. No posting media after rounds creating negative feedback. No going on social media sites creating negative feedback. No creating drama on the stream or interrupting the event to draw attention.

• #8. No driving on the track without being told so. No talking or being loud while the track is hot (cars on the course).

• #9. No tampering with other drivers, or organizers Internet/connections.

• #10. The use of multiple accounts, or making new accounts to compete is

prohibited.

• #11. No Modded XBox’s. Any sort of in-game cheating will not be allowed.

• #12. Refrain from using poor behavior towards organizers or staff about cars and

tunes. (Ex. Driver loses and makes an issue about wrong tune being made)

Breaking #3-5,6-12 will result in a Points deduction, suspension or a ban from all ESDA events.

The following will categorize how suspensions, and warnings will be taken:

• 1 warning of breaking rules #3-5 will equal to a 10 point deduction from points rankings.

• 3 warnings of breaking rules #3-5 will equal to a 1 Event Suspension.

• 1st offense of breaking rules #6-12 will equal to a 1 Event Suspension.

• 2nd offense will equal to a 2 Event Suspension.

• 3rd offense will equal to a Ban.

• Qualifying for an event making the field and not showing up for battles without notice to staff 3 hours to a day before the event will equal to a 20 point deduction from points rankings. Qualifying points from that event will be removed as well.

All drivers must sign a terms of agreement form. Drivers will not be able to enter without signing one.

If drivers have any problems about a round.Please send an ESDA official a message on XBOX live or private message on ESDA Facebook. Keep all negative issues off the forums, and other social media sites. An answer will come back as soon as possible.

3.2 Gambling and Prizes

Gambling

        Any sort of side betting and gambling to make money is not allowed in ESDA events. ESDA promotes no sort of gambling on any website. Drivers will be penalized.

Prizes and Rewards

        Prizes and rewards are allowed to be given out by event organizers and sponsored companies. Donations from fans are allowed to help support the ESDA brand.

4. ESDA Event Info

4.1 ESDA Events

E-Sports Drift Association (ESDA) events are open to all drivers to qualify to make the field of the top 24

4.2 World Event

E-Sports Drift Association (ESDA) World events are invitation only. Points earned from points placing from earlier events.

4.3 Event Breakdown

ESDA Event Breakdown:

ESDA Events are open to all drivers to qualify. Taking the top 24 from the qualifier. The field will be narrowed down to 16. Then will be top 16 to Grand Finals

World Event Breakdown:

ESDA World Event will take 40 drivers that will be invited from the Points Ranking or from an open qualifier taking up to a number of drivers.

4.4 Drivers Meeting

ESDA Drivers meeting videos will be recorded and posted on the ESDA official YouTube channel, social media pages, and partner channels of the association. Driver meeting videos will be posted a week before the date of the event. A full explanation of all courses will be up at all times for drivers to see. This will explain the important points which the course should be run. This is mandatory for all drivers to watch just in case of any updates and changes. Drivers must take responsibility to look at these videos. Drivers that fail to watch the videos and make an issue that has already been covered will fail to comply with rule # 5 in the code of conduct section 3.1.

Discord-Question meeting about battles will be held a couple of hours before the event starts on the Discord app. A link will be messaged to you everyone to get in. Its mandatory that drivers need to be in the discord for battles for better communication during the event. This is the link to the app download: https://discordapp.com/   

 

5. ESDA Tournament Format

5.1 ESDA Event

ESDA events will start with a qualifier taking the top 24. Drivers that qualify in the top 8 will be locked in the field of 16. Drivers 9-24 will have 1 single elimination battle for the last 8 slots into the field of 16. The top 16 to Grand Finals will be double elimination.

5.2 World Event

ESDA World Event will start with 40 drivers to qualify taking the top 16. The top 16 to Grand Finals will be double elimination.

5.3 Tandem and Qualifying Information

Qualifying

In competition, each driver will get 2 qualifying runs. The best run will count as their best score. Tiebreakers will be determined by the driver worse run. Each qualifying run is judged on three criterion: line, angle, and style. Each driver will get 1 minute to get to the starting line and go for their runs.This rule has been implemented so time will not be wasted. Drivers will go for 2 runs consecutive (both runs without waiting) with no practice runs. It’s the driver's responsibility to practice before entering the lobby. Driver’s caught going for practice runs will be penalized.

Tandem

Tandem round is based on two (2) runs in a Head-to-Head format, with competitors paired up based on seeding position. The higher seed will lead the first run and the second led by the lower seed. The critical success factor is for the lead car to be able to run the course without error while being pressured by the following car. The following car is to “outdrive” the lead car. Driver consistency during a tandem battle is critical.

Initiation Points is a set point on the course where drivers should be entering drift. Drivers have two ways of entering the course.

Lead Car must be able to clear the course without making any errors due to distraction or pressure by the following car. Here are some following goals:

Following Car needs to run the same line as the lead car If the lead car is off-line, the following car will gain advantage points by staying on the correct line although will not be deducted points for following the lead car. The following car should keep as close to the lead car as possible to gain the advantage. Here are some following goals:

5.4 Lobby Setup and Procedures

Rules

Game Type: Custom

Max Players:24

Laps: 1

Damage:Fuel and Tire

Collision: On

Start Type: Fixed

Drive Type:RWD

Overrides

Disable Wrong Way Indicator: Yes

Force off suggested line: Yes

Power Handicaps

New to competitive drifting is the Power Handicap buckets. If a vehicle starts with more

horsepower than desired by the competitor (I.E The Hellcat Twins). They may request to

be placed in a Power Handicap bucket, in order to bring the power down to a more

usable level. This can also be used with specific engines that use restrictors (I.E. The

5.9L Racing Motor), to reduce it to a usable amount of power. There will be a 5%, 10%,

and 15% bucket set aside for any competitor who wishes to utilize it. For those who do

wish to use a Power Handicap, they will be required to say so when they register their

car. They can mention it when they punch in their horsepower figure (I.E. 825hp (10%

Power Handicap). This choice is final when registering the vehicle, and may not be

changed once the registration is complete.

Car Restrictions

Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) Front Engine Only

Min PI: A- Class 600

Max PI-S- Class 800

Tire Compound: Sport tires are allowed. Stock,Street,Race and Drag tires are banned

How cars will be checked based on the ESDA car restrictions 

        After the lobby has been set up with the proper rules, an Event Coordinator or Organizer will check cars in the multiplayer lobby tune by section. An organizer name needs to be under that section to be approved. Section 11 explains car restrictions.

Tire Changes

Drivers are not allowed to change tires after a set of runs. Drivers must complete the battle before a change of tires is allowed. Breaking this rule will result in a 10 pt deduction from the points standing each time it's done.

Starting Line Procedures

The starting line will be showcased in the demonstration videos. For tandem battles, a gate car will be present to let drivers know when to go for their run

End of Run Procedures

Drivers are not allowed to drift coming back to the starting line. This is to avoid hitting course markers.

Warm-up runs

        No warm-up runs on course will be allowed. It’s the driver's responsibility to practice before an event. Driver’s caught doing warm up runs will be penalized.

Redo of a Run

This is the following that will result in a redo:

This is the following that will not result in a redo:

5.5 Reserves

        For ESDA Event, a reserve will be chosen from the qualification list if a driver can’t attend. A driver that qualified 25th or lower will be chosen to take its place.

6. ESDA Judging and Scoring

6.1 Judging Breakdown

Tandem

The following scoring factors will be considered for the evaluation of drifting techniques:

3 judges will score drivers based on their performance. Each mistake will deduct points from their score. The driver with the higher performance wins.

Judges will select from three options:

1. Driver “A” wins

2. Driver “B” wins

3. “Tie”

In the event of a tie, a “One More Time” will be granted, and the competitors will begin another 2-run head-to-head battle. Multiple “One More Times” may be necessary to determine a winner.

Line

Line Is the ideal path a vehicle must take on the course and is marked by Inner Clipping Points, Outer Clipping Points, and Transition Zones.

Angle

Angle measures the amount of counter-steer and relative rear slip angle a driver uses through the course. Steering adjustments must a minimal. The Transition from corner to corner must be smooth.

Style

The Style is the general feel of the pass and how well the other three criterion are executed through the entirety of the lap. This is the most subjective criteria, and judges will look for the most “excitement” that the driver can bring. Drivers should be able to show full control of the car at all times. The Style is broken down into 3 categories.

Maintaining Speed

Drivers must be able to maintain the appropriate speed. This mainly goes for the lead car to help the follow car give a proper chase run. Brake checking or any other ways of the car slowing down in an area that a driver shouldn’t be slowing down, This will result in a deduction or zero. On each course, there will be areas where a driver should be maintaining speed.

Passing is allowed in the E-Sports Drift Association. Passing is allowed anywhere on course as long as the lead car is clearly off the line where judges have specified. Any passing that occurs outside the scope of the aforementioned criteria will be deemed illegal and constitute an equivalence to a zero (0) run. Here are some points regarding passing:

Upon completion of a properly performed legal pass, the chase driver will become the lead driver and must complete the run according to the judging criteria. Once the run is completed the vehicle that was passed will receive an incomplete on that run.

Collisions occur during tandem battle and in the event of contact, the driver at fault will lose advantage points. Little contact is allowed but not encouraged. Drivers are required to complete the entire course, even if the other driver crashes, hits, spins, stalls or is not able to complete the run. Drivers are always being judged as long as they are on course. Here is an explanation of how a lead and follow driver will be at fault:



Pace Roll is a set speed drivers should maintain until the end of the pace zone. Drivers are allowed to get up to speed after the roll zone.

Restart Markers is set for follow cars that feel if they got left behind after the roll. Drivers has until a certain point to stop and a restart of the run will be approved.

6.2 Scoring Breakdown

Qualifying

3 judges will consist of the max of 100 points. This is how scoring determined.

Line: 25 Points

Angle:25 Points

Style: 50 Points

Judge 1: 25 Line + 5 Style=30 Points

Judge 2: 25 Angle + 5 Style=30 Points

Judge 3:40 Style Points

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Total per run= 100 Points

Qualifying Tiebreakers

Tie Breaker 1 High Qualifying Score (HQS)

Tie Breaker 2 Low Qualifying Score (LQS)

Tie Breaker 3 HQS Style Score

Tie Breaker 4 HQS Angle Score

Tie Breaker 5 HQS Line Score

Tie Breaker 6 LQS Style Score

Tie Breaker 7 LQS Angle Score

Tie Breaker 8 LQS Line Score

Tandem

3 main judges, 1 telemetry judge on the lead car,

Deductions Breakdown

(Small Deduction)

(Medium Deduction)

(High Deduction or Incomplete Run)

In the event of incomplete runs from both drivers on the chase run, as neither driver was able to complete the chase run and earn an advantage. In this case, the judges will refer to the Lead runs to establish a winner. Incompletes if this happens on leads runs. It will result in an OMT.

6.3 Protesting

Protest has been removed until further notice.

7. ESDA Schedule

7.1 Event Schedule

Exhibition- 

Qualifying: February 24th,2018

Event: March 3rd,2018

World Championship- 

Qualifying: March 24th,2018

Event: March 31st,2018

Event 1  

Qualifying: April 14,2018

Event: April 21st,2018

Event 2

Qualifying: May 19th,2018

Event: May 26th,2108

Event 3

Qualifying: June 16th,2018

Event: June 23rd,2018

Event 4

Qualifying: July 28th,2018

Event: August 4th,2018

Event 5

Qualifying: August 25th,2018

Event: September 1st,2018

Event 6

Qualifying: September 22nd, 2018

Event: September 29nd, 2018

Media Days will be the day prior to each event date. Example: Exhibition event date is March 3rd. Media day will be March 2nd. Media days are optional, but will be enforced with guidelines.

Event time schedule

Registration ends: Ends 1 to 2 days before the open qualifying date.

Event Qualifying: Will be held Saturday on the weekend before the event.

Event Battles: Will be held Saturday after the qualifying weekend.

7.2 Re-Schedule of an event

        In the case, if an event changes a date. Everyone will be informed 1 week to 3 days before the event. If times change before or during an event, drivers will be informed a day before times are changed.

8. ESDA Tracks (Courses)

8.1 Sections List

This is ESDA official Course/ Track list in order by dates listed in section 7.1:

  1. Long Beach
  2. Road Atlanta
  3. Monza
  4. Nurburgring
  5. Daytona
  6. Suzuka

9. ESDA Registration

9.1 Registration

Sign-ups for the E-Sports Drift Association can be done on main ESDA website. Links will be posted on the ESDA Facebook, and other sites that would like to support ESDA events. The link from the sites will link people directly to the registration page.

The information you put down is mandatory for the announcers

Submitting your car:

Once you click on the signup page. There will be a template to go off of when you sign up. Once you finish your form, send your form to the ESDA discord event register page.

Submitting your Team:

Teams are only allowed a max of 3 drivers. Only one driver from the team must submit to avoid multiple submits. Team can be your actual team or a fantasy made one, but be a non offensive. (Ex of an fantasy team: 1 TUS, JSI, and XE member can make up a team). Once submitted you are stuck with that team for the rest of the season. If you wish to disband, that team will be removed from the list. This is optional as this is implemented to add fun into the competition.

The process to get in a lobby to qualify

Qualifying- Once drivers has registered. Close to event time drivers will get an xbox message on what day they want to qualify. Early qualifying days are Wednesday to Friday on the week of the event and qualifying is on Saturday. No Sunday qualifying if you can't make the saturday qualifying date. You need to qualify early. Drivers will then reply back with a message to the staff member that sent them the message. Drivers that registered, but have not replied back with a message will be disqualified.

On your day of qualifying drivers will get another message saying when they are ready to qualify. Once the driver has replied back to the staff member that sent them the message. They will get invited to the lobby to qualify.

Once in the lobby. Drivers will line up behind the start of the course. Drivers will get a message when to go for the runs. Drivers are not to line up at the starting line until they got the message to do so.

10. ESDA Player Seeding, Points, Ranking Format

10.1 Bracket Seeding Format

Seeding for ESDA events and World Event will be determined by qualifying.

Bracket examples are below:

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10.2 Event Points Format

Event Battle Points:

1st = 100 Points

2nd = 80 Points

3rd = 70 Points

4th= 60 Points

5th-6th = 50 Points

7th-8th = 40 Points

9th-12th = 30 Points

13th-16th = 20 Points

17th-24th = 10 Points

Event Qualifying Points:

1st = 10 Points

2nd = 9 Points

3rd = 8 Points

4th= 7 Points

5th-6th = 6 Points

7th-8th = 5 Points

9th-12th = 4 Points

13th-16th = 3 Points

17th-20th = 2 Points

21st- 24th = 1 Point

ESDA Team Points

Points format is the same as the original standings above. Team Points will be taken from 3 drivers combined individual points from each event

10.3 Points Ranking Format

Points ranking are based on the events points you earn from an event. Points ranking will also determine a drivers drift rank. Rankings will be classified in the order below:

The following will explain how drivers will be classified into the tiers:

Points Ranking tiebreakers

If a tie occurs in the points standings, a tiebreaker will be determined by head to head stats. If no stats, it will be determined by the finish rank of the most recent round.

Click on the link below for the standings sheet:

11. ESDA Eligible Vehicles and info

11.1 Eligibility of Car and List

        Cars modified in accordance with ESDA Vehicle Regulations must have doors on both sides and the capacity of at least two people and no more than six.

11.2 Change of a car

There will be no car swaps. The car you signed up with is the car a driver will stick with the entire season. This is done to help with the identity of the driver.

11.3 Car Restrictions

Cars are based off a tire to weight restriction. Below shows what weight and tire that car should be on.

Weight

Tire Size

2,300 lbs / 1043 kg or heavier

255mm and below

2700 lbs / 1225 kg or heavier

265mm and below

2800 lbs / 1270 kg or heavier

275mm and below

3000 lbs / 1361 kg or heavier

285mm and below

3100 lbs /  1406 kg or heavier

295mm and below

3300 lbs /  1451 kg or heavier

305mm and below

3500 lbs /  1542 kg or heavier

315mm and below Max Width

325mm and above is banned

No Positive Camber in the front tires

List of allowed and banned cars link: Allowed and Banned cars

11.4 Allowed Parts on cars

Engine and Power

Parts that are allowed on vehicles:

        Stock, Street, Sport, and Race Parts are allowed for the following:

Platform and Handling

        Stock, Street, Sport, and Race are allowed for the following:

Drivetrain

        Stock, Street, Sports, and Race are allowed for the following:

Tires and Rims

Aero and Appearances

Conversions

Aspiration Conversion:

11.5 Modding

Any type of modding to cars that is not part of the game is not allowed and can result in a suspension or banned from ESDA.

12. ESDA Nameplate Placement

12.1 Example of Placement of Driver Name

Flag on Name plate should be placed on the right of the plate and name in the middle. To find name plate search ESDA 2018 or TUS Anthem in vinyl design area.  Name plate should be placed on the side of the car. Driver Name Placing should be placed somewhere behind your car. Font Size should be Upper case 7 with skew 0.15. An example is below:

13. ESDA Online Rules

13.1 Sorting connection issues

If there are problems with connecting to a lobby, any lag is occurring. Lagging driver will have 5 min to reset and get into that lobby. If the driver continues to lags, the driver will be DQ’ed.

13.2 No Shows and Solo Runs (Bye Runs)

No Shows

Qualifying for an event making the field and not showing up for battles without notice to staff 3 hours to a day before the event will equal to a 20 point deduction from the points rankings with the loss of qualifying points for that event. No Shows will be replaced with another driver.

Bye Runs

If a reserve driver can’t be found to replace that missing driver, drivers will go for a bye run. During the bye run, drivers must do a complete run. Incomplete runs will result in a DQ.

13.3 Being Late

If a driver feels that they are going to make battles, but show up late. One of the ESDA staff or judges needs to be informed, this way their battle can be pushed back.

Note: Once all battles are completed, and if the driver hasn't appeared online. The driver will be skipped and will be disqualified.

14. ESDA Permission Use of Content

14.1 Rights to use ESDA Content

E-Sports Drift Association will establish "Use of Content" along with these regulations and set rules for the person or parties concerning the commercial pursuits for approval of  E-Sports Drift Association.

15. ESDA Staff

President, Vice President/ Owners:

Initial Dai(Founder)

TUS Chunky

Competition Organizers:

Initial Dai

TUS Chunky

XE Minty

SCS Spitsy

Competition Directors:

Initial Dai

XE Minty

Competition Judges:

Yoshi3lt

Nemesis Empire

SCS Spitsy

Production:

OneDown5Up

SCS Spitsy

Business, Sponsors, Marketing

Initial Dai

TUS Chunky

Public Relations

TUS Chunky

Series Announcers

DIS Stuey

That Dr Tom

Registration Directors

Initial Dai

XE Minty

Social Media

TUS Chunky

OneDown5Up

Track Control

Initial Dai

XE Minty

16. ESDA Social Media and Contacts

Social Media:

Website

http://esportsdrift.com

Youtube

https://www.youtube.com/user/Daiguren240sx

Twitter

https://twitter.com/Official_ESDA

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/ESportsDriftAssociation

Instagram

Email

 esportsdrift@gmail.com

Staff Contacts

Initial Dai

Email: harold8h10@yahoo.com

Xbox Name: Initial Dai

Steam Name:Daiguren240sx

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Daiguren240sx

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/initial_dai

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Daiguren240s

TUS Chunky

Email:bensturgeon162@gmail.com

Xbox Name:TUS Chunky

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TUS_Chunky

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tus_chunky/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009276110603

Yoshi

Xbox Name: Yoshi3lt

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yoshi.yosh.391?fref=ts

Nemesis Empire

Xbox Name: Nemesis Empire

OG Draco

Xbox Name:OG Draco

Email: InfamousCreations@hotmail.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InfamousCreationsService/?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/InfamousCreate

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/infamouscreationz/

Onedown5up

Xbox Name: oneD0WNfiveUP

Twiiter: https://twitter.com/oneD0WNfiveUP

Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/ksproductions

Sponsors and Partners

Sponsors

Partners and Media

17. Version Updates

Version

Section

Update

Draft 1.1

7.1 Schedule

Re adjusted dates

Draft 1.1

8.1 Sections List

Full track list released

Draft 1.1

9.1 Registration

Submitting Teams

Draft 1.1

10.2 Event Points Format

Team Points

Draft 1.1

11.3 Car Restrictions

Allowed and Banned cars updated

Version 1

5.4 Lobby Rules and Procedures

Force Suggested line to brake line only and better wording for RWD only cars

Version 1

7.1 Event Schedule

Full schedule is up

Version 1

9.1 Registration

Better wording for submitting Teams

Version 1

11.3 Car Restrictions

Allowed and Banned cars updated

Version 1.2

5.2 World Event

World Event Format

Version 1.2

11.3 Car Restrictions

Allowed and Banned cars updated

Version 1.3

5.4 Lobby Rules and Procedures

Force Suggested line to turn off

Version 1.3

11.3 Car Restrictions

255mm tire to weight is now 2,300 lbs / 1043 kg or heavier

Version 1.3

11.3 Car Restrictions

Allowed and Banned cars updated

Version 1.4

5.3 Tandem and Qualifying Information

Better wording for qualifying

Version 1.4

9.1 Registration

The process of getting into a lobby to qualify

Version 1.5

5.4 Lobby Rules and Procedures

Tires on the course

Version 1.5

12.1 Example of Placement of Driver Name

Updated Nameplate

Version 1.6

5.4 Lobby Rules and Procedures

Tire Changes during a battle

Version 1.6

13.1 Sorting connection issues

Connection resulting in a DQ

Version 1.7

11.4 Allowed Parts On Cars

Platform and handling- Drift Kits are allowed

E-Sports Drifting Association

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