- FPS, MOBA, RTS - First Person Shooter, Multiplayer Online Battle Arena and Real Time Strategy
- SE/DE - Single Elimination and Double Elimination
- GS/RR - Group Stage and Round Robin
- CTF, FFA, DM, TDM, BR - Capture The Flag, Free For All, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch and Battle Royale
- SE/DE Bracket only
- GS into SE/DE Bracket (seeds decided by GS results)
- GS only (Round Robin)
- NOTE BR & FFA modes only available in Gauntlet system, not regular Tournaments.
Max Signups & Player Rosters
- SE/DE/GS - max 256 signups per division (1024 total per Tournament)
- 5v5+ formats: 5 active players and 3 subs (max subs increased for MOBA)
- 4v4 formats: 4 active players and 2 subs
- 2v2 formats: 2 active players and 1 sub
Team Pooling & Individual Signups
Available only in the Open division, the touranment system is able to accept individual signups for team based modes (if enabled by admins). Once signups are complete the system shuffles all the individual signups and assigns them into temporary teams starting with Pool Team #1, Pool Team #2, etc. The formation is random and there is no substitutes, if one player has to leave that team will need to forfeit. Normal teams are also able to sign up alongside 'pooled' teams.
Division Skill Levels
Highest skill level, usually the top 5% of players. Entrants in this division have likely played competitively for a number of years and can compete with the best players in the region. Typically players in this division will have 1000+ hours under their belt in their respective game.
Experienced players who have competed in multiple events and would consider themselves in the top 5-20% of players in the region. Players who consistently win events in this division will be moved up to Elite.
Casual players with a moderate amount of experience and game skill should enter this division, especially if they have not competed in many tournaments. Not recommended for brand new players with less than 20 hours play time in a given game.
This division is intended only for brand new players usually with less than 20 hours game time. The top two from every Beginner division will be moved to Amateur the next time they sign up for an event to keep beginner divisions competitive.
No skill level guidelines, anyone can enter unless one of the higher divisions is active. As an example, in an event with Elite and Open divisions selected the Open division encompases the remaining division skill tiers, I.E. Challenger, Amateur and Beginner.