Tournament Format Details
2 Weeks, games on Tuesdays AND Thursdays
Teams need at least 5 to play
Rankings will be based on overall wins as well as round wins
Each Game is best of 25, first team to win 13 rounds wins.
Game 1: May 17th
Game 2: May 19th
Game 3: May 24th
Game 4: May 26th
Remember you are representing your school, so be appropriate within game chat.
You must play on your account and cannot play for another student on their account
Home coach should reach out to competing team each week to set up the match
Please arrive 30 minutes before scheduled match time
Make sure all students are logged on.
Make sure all equipment is functioning
If time permits, load into a game vs. AI to ensure connection is working
Varsity matches NEED to be started by 3:45-4:15pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays as scheduled
The Home team will create the lobby:
Lobby: Custom (closed)
Allow Cheats: Off
Tournament Mode: On
Overtime Win by Two: Off
All mature content must be Disabled
Any agents, weapons, sprays, weapon skins, weapon buddies, and maps currently disabled in other game modes are prohibited from use in official matches
Home team will choose attack or defense first.
If the incorrect rule set is loaded, the match should be stopped and reset. Previously played rounds will not count toward the match outcome.
Map Selection is based on the match number:
Game 1: Split
Game 2: Fracture
Game 3: Bind
Game 4: Icebox
Teams can opt to play “Man Down” if they are unable to field a team within a given week. Once a match starts “Man Down” teams cannot add another player mid match
Once spectator is allowed per team, but must be under the Attackers Coach or Defenders Coach slot. If you are *streaming* the match, you may spectate from the Observers slot, with the permission from the opposing team. A two minute delay is required when streaming Valorant.
Matches are played as a single match during the regular season
If a player is disconnected, the game shall be put on pause until they can rejoin.
Games must play until completion.
Coaches can be present during the match providing insight to gameplay.
If in the event some unforeseen circumstance arises to which an adviser or team cannot make scheduled time, adviser needs to contact the other adviser to inform them of the need to reschedule. If you cannot play the day of, it will have to be a forfeit. As this is a pilot season, rescheduled matches need to be completed before the next game day, or both teams will receive a loss.
In the event that a normal starter cannot participate that week, the coach must add the student who is competing to the official roster page the day before the scheduled match is to take place. This gives the opposing team time to scout and strategize how they approach the other team.
Schools, teams, and members are expected to exhibit good sportsmanship at all times. Unsportsmanlike conduct may result in individual player suspensions, team forfeiture of matches, or school suspension from the conference, subject to review and enforcement by The Association. Examples of unsportsmanlike conduct include, but are not limited to, the following:
Flaming in the chat, remember you’re representing your school, act like it.
Intentionally feeding or throwing and giving up.
Going AFK mid game because a player isn’t performing well
Any IGN that is inappropriate must be changed before being allowed to compete on behalf of the WIHSEA