• Registration Starts: July 16th, 2018• Registration Ends: August 3rd, 2018• Tournament Bracket Play Starts: August 11th, 2018 12:00 PM EST Game and Console: Fortnite on Xbox One or PS4Bracket: Single EliminationPlayers per Match: 2v2
HOW IT WORKS:
1) Invite your opponent to your game lobby.2) Once all players have joined start the game as Squad for 2v2.3) Play as you normally would. Working with your opponent(s) is permitted, griefing them is not.4) After all players die the team with the most kills wins the match. RULES:
• PC Players are not permitted to compete in this tournament.Game Rules
1. Finding a Match: For a 2v2 tournament, all four (4) players will invite each other to a party and search for a squad game. 2. Win Condition: The winning team will be determined by the team with the largest number of total kills. If there is a tie, the tiebreaker will be determined by the team that had a player survive the longest. If that is still a tie then the winner will be decided by the team that got the final kill. 3. Griefing: Teams are permitted to work together, however, you may not intentionally cause the death of your opponent. This includes sabotaging structures, causing fall damage, or any other negative interference in your opponent’s gameplay. Doing so will result in a forfeit of the map. BRACKET PLAY: 1. Single Elimination: After losing a match, teams will be eliminated from the bracket. 2. Default Start Time: All round one (1) matches have the same default start time. After round one (1), all Matches have a unique default start time that is dependent upon the time at which the teams’ previous round results were submitted. Players will be notified via email that matches registration. Matches must be started by their default start time and played until completion. 3. Double Forfeit: If a match is not played or both teams otherwise forfeit a game/match, the game/match win will be awarded to the higher seeded team. 4. Seeding: Teams will be randomly seeded at of the close of registration. Players will be notified via email prior to the start of the tournament and brackets will be posted on the Academy of Life and Learning Facebook Page.
1. Delays: Teams may not delay the start of a match beyond its scheduled start time, without the approval of a tournament official. Teams may delay a match between games for up to five minutes. If delay exceeds 5 minutes, your team will be disqualified. 2. Lag: There is a delay of a maximum of 5 minutes allotted for lag. 3. Disconnections: If a player does not get into the game lobby before the start of the game, all players should back out and re-form the party.o If a player disconnects/leaves the game after the game has launched, their kills at the time of the disconnection (proof must be provided in the case of a disagreement) will be added to the kills of their teammate and the remainder of the game will continue. REPORTING: 1. No Shows: All no shows must be verified by a tournament official. You must email email@example.com. The No Show grace period time is 10 minutes after the match's original start time. For example, if a match is scheduled for 10:00 PM, the no show time for this match would be 10:10 PM. 2. Time Limit: Both teams must report the match results within 10 minutes of its completion by sending a picture screenshot or video to firstname.lastname@example.org. Failure to report the match results on time may result in your team receiving the loss. 3. Report Match Score: Please report the match results on your match page .To report the match results, teams must report the match score accurately, with overall Games won being reported supported by video or screenshot proof while emailing email@example.com.
4. Cheating: Breaking any rule and any form of cheating, glitching, abusing in-game mechanics, or unsportsmanlike behavior may result in a forfeit of a game, match, or ban from the tournament. Cheating, glitching, and abusing in-game mechanics accusations must be verified by a tournament official. In order to contact a tournament official, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A screenshot/video must be submitted immediately of the cheating. Punishable unsportsmanlike behavior includes, but is not limited to, excessive use of foul or degrading language. Players and/or their teams may be disqualified at the discretion of the tournament official. 5. Proof: At least one member of each team should take a video or screenshot(s) of each game’s results in case proof is needed for a dispute. All proof should be clearly visible and contain the players names', if they are dead, and their number of kills. 6. Disputes: In order to dispute game results, players/teams must notify a tournament official no longer than 15 minutes after the end of the match. 7. Concessions: Teams may request that they be allowed to concede victory of a game. Teams may request that their opponent not receive a forfeit penalty. A tournament official must be contacted with these requests. 8. Dispute Evidence: In the event of a dispute, please provide your video / screenshot proof. SUPPORT: 1. Abuse: Verbal and/or written abuse of a tournament official or players will not be tolerated through any medium. This includes, but is not limited to, voice communications in game, voice messages, live support chats, Twitter, Facebook, etc. Violators of this rule may be disqualified from the Tournament. 2. Technical Issues: If you are having technical issues, please contact email@example.com. 3. Decisions Are Final: Tournament staff have the final decision in all matters related to this competition. PENALTIES: 1. Modified Console/Hacks/Mods: Use of a modified/jail broken console, in game hacks, and/or mods will result in the immediate disqualification of that team. The player(s) using the modified console, hacks, and/or mods will be disqualified. 2. Failure to Report a Tournament Match: Any player that fails to report their tournament match within ten (10) minutes after the conclusion of their match or upon receiving notification from support staff to do so, may be disqualified. 3. Disqualification: Some infractions may result in immediate disqualification from the remainder of the Tournament. Examples of behavior or actions that could result in this are physical acts violence, cheating, collusion/manipulating the bracket, hate speech, and harassment. GENERAL: 1. Rules: The rules may be updated and modified at any time, for any reason. Rulings may be made outside the scope of these Rules in order to preserve fair play and tournament integrity. Participation in this Tournament constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to these Rules and Tournament Official decisions, which are final and binding in all matters related to this tournament. Winning a prize is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements set forth herein. 2. Players: Players must utilize their own unique Username initially registered on the Academy of Life and Learning Tournament Registration. The registered Username must contain the correct and complete Name, Address, and Email of the user. As a user, you are personally responsible for accepting any invitation to a Team. If you do not personally accept a Team invitation, you may be disqualified from the Tournament and Forfeit any prize. 3. Valid Gamertags: All gamertags on a team’s roster must be valid. Each user on the Roster must legitimately own their gamertag. A Gamertag’s spelling and spaces must be exact, but the correct case is not necessary. Gamertags may not contain foul language, disparaging remarks, hateful or racist names. Any changes to a team roster after the tournament has been seeded is at the discretion of tournament staff.
4. Prizing and Bracket Size: Tournament bracket size and prize are subject to change based on the total number of eligible teams at the end of registration.
*Winning prize will be minimum of $80 in Battle Points for winning team*