Platform - Switch
Format - Double Elimination
Entry Requirements - All players must have an EsportsScotland account, Battlefy account and be over 13. All players must be resident in the United Kingdom or Ireland.
- An Esports Scotland account
- An ESS player/team account - User guide here
- To be on the Esports Scotland discord
- April 5th, 7pm
- May 10th, 7pm
- June 16th, 7pm
- July 19th, 7pm
- August 23rd, 7pm
- Week 1, 5th April, 7pm
- Week 2, 10th May, 7pm
- Week 3, 14th June, 7pm
- Week 4, 19 July, 7pm
- Week 5, 23rd August, 7pm
Live on our twitch channel.
1 entrant – 10 points
2 entrants – 25 points (20,5)
3-4 entrants – 50 points (30,15,5) + you get 10 points)
5-8 entrants – 100 points (50.30,15,5) + you get 10 points)
9-16 entrants – 200 points (100,50,30,10,5,5) + you get 10 points)
17-32 entrants – 500 points (200,120, 60, 30, 15, 15, 5, 5) + you get 20 points)
- 1v1 Format
1.1. ARMS will be run in a 1 versus 1 player format.
1.2. Players may not have another person stand in for them during a match.
1.3. Players must are responsible for being in lobby at least 2 minutes before match start.
1.4. If a player is not in lobby within 5 minutes after the set match start then they will lose by default and the win will go to the opposing team.
1.5. Players must have a name and logo that is agreed upon by Esports Scotland management and may not contain any offensive words or pictures (“offensive” to be determined by SEL management) and may not be too similar to any Pro teams.
1.6. As matches will be played on Nintendo Switch you will be required to have a Gamertag that is not offensive and your Nintendo Switch account must be in good standing
1.7. All participants must be at least 13 years old to enter SEL Season 1 ARMS
1.8. All players must report match results to SEL management, any disputes about results will be settled by SEL management and those decisions are final.
- Match format
2.1. There is 32 players and they will be split into 2 brackets, the winner of each bracket will face each other in the Final. All sets will be best of 3 with best of 5 grand finals.
2.2. All characters and arm loadouts are legal.
2.3. The first game stage will be picked using the 1-2-1 stage striking system. This means player #1 bans 1 stage, player #2 bans 2 stages and player #1 bans 1 stage again. 2.3.1. The higher seeded player will ban the first stage.
220.127.116.11. Sparring Ring
18.104.22.168. Buster Beach
22.214.171.124. Temple Grounds
126.96.36.199. Dna Lab
2.4. After the first game, the winner bans 1 stage and the loser picks from the remaining stages.
2.5. The 1st game is double blind pick. After a match you can switch characters, but the winner has to announce their character first so that the loser can counterpick their character.
2.6. Arm loadouts are blind. Neither player has to reveal their arm loadout.
2.7. Arm loadouts can be changed at anytime during the tournament.
2.8. The host will be one of the players who will be responsible for setting up the room to the correct settings.
2.9. If one of the players disconnect (dc) within the first round, both players have to play the next match with the same character and arms setup.
2.9.1. If a player disconnects after the first round, they forfeit the match.
2.9.2. If a player disconnects twice during a set at any point, they forfeit the set.
2.9.3. If a player disconnects, players should immediately stop playing, with the disconnect being reported to both management. A screenshot of the disconnected player must be provided by the player in each instance.
2.10. Any disputes will be settled by Esports Scotland management and all decisions are final.
- Game lobby and set up
3.1. Esports Scotland management will determine a host for a game should players not be able decide between themselves.
3.2. Esports Scotland management may use spectate mode to monitor the game for both admin and streaming purposes. No other spectators allowed unless determined by Esports Scotland management.
3.3. Any cheating will be punished by the player being disqualified. “Cheating” includes but is not limited to using in game exploits or bugs to gain an advantage.
3.4. Players must not engage in “soft play”. Soft play is defined as players communicating with each other to pre determine the match results. This will result in both players being disqualified.
3.5. Matches will be streamed on www.twitch.com/esportsscotland by Esports Scotland management.
3.6. If any players wish to stream the matches then they must ask permission from Esports Scotland management and there streaming account must be in good standing.
3.7. All decisions by Esports Scotland management are final.
4.1. Prizes to be determined.
4.2. Esports Scotland reserves the right to change or withdraw the prizes at any time.
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