Games Format

TEAM COMP
(MAIN EVENT)

3 teams of 5 players each. They begin in their own base – based on their team’s color / the color assigned to their team.
The team that is declared the winner in a game is the team that has scored the most points based on score after game adjustments.

Base Destroyed : +4001 pts
Base Denial Bonus : +250 pts per hit (max +500 pts)
You Tag Foe : +150 pts
You get Tag : -40 pts
You Tag Friendly : -150 pts
You get Denied : -500 pts per hit (max -1000 pts)

During the Finals series (bar the Grand Final), teams make their colour choice based on their position relative to the current game.​

SOLO

The game is won by the player with the highest score (after any post game adjustments have been applied).

For round one of The Competition players play two games then qualify for round two based on their average score. The top X number of players go through.

For all other rounds it is announced that the top X finishers in each game will progress to the next round.​

Lord of the Rings

Lord of the Rings is a special solo 1 v 1 v 1 game format played in a marked circle of 3.35m – 3.96m in diameter without barricades. Multiple games of Lord of the Rings may be played simultaneously.

A Zero Score in Lord of the Rings games is specifically defined and each time a player have been tag it will cost him -100 pts. (-1 pts for a stun)

A Referee will note down the number of rule violations they saw during a game for each player.

The Grand final will consist of the three finalists playing three games. Highest average score wins.

TEAM ELIMINATION

X teams of 5 players each will play Elimination format.

Each players begin with 10 lives. They must stay alive until the end of the game and hit other teams to make them losing them lives.

You get Tag : – 40 pts and lose 1 liveYou Tag Foe : + 150 ptsIf a player lose all his lives, he is eliminated. He must get out of the game and he lose all his point.

DOUBLES / TRIPLES

A team for the Doubles Format may only contain two players. And three for Triples Format.

For each round of competition, the Event Coordinator will determine the number of teams who will progress to the next round based on points prior to commencement of the round.

For round one of the competition players play two games then qualify for round two based on their average score. The top X number of teams go through.

For all other rounds it is announced that the top X finishers in each game will progress to the next round.

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