Tournament Information 
Format
Squads
Mode
Private Lobby
Server
Middle East
Tournament Rules 

Format: Squads

Mode: Custom Lobby

Server: Middle East

 

Requirements:

  • Tournament is only open to MENA residents.
  • Tournament will be played on a Middle East server.
  • Teams must have 4 players + 2 substitutes.
  • Players must register with their Activision ID.
    • Players must not change this Activision ID after registering.
  • Players must be at least 16 years of age.
  • MOSS is required for Anticheat

 

Registration Process:

  1. Register / Create your team for the tournament.
    1. Ensure all members register with their Activision ID

 

Tournament Format:

  • Qualifiers: 3 games
    • 8 Groups, 120 players (30 squads) teams per group
    • Top 16 from each group will qualify to the Finals
  • Finals: : 5 games
    • 128 players (32 squads)
  • Point system:
    • Placement:
      • 1st - 15 pts
      • 2nd and 3rd - 12pts
      • 4th and 5th - 10pts
      • 6th - 10th - 5pts
      • 11th - 20th - 3pts
      • 21st - 30th - 1pt
    • Kill:
      • 1pt per Elimination

 

How to join game:

  • Captains will be grouped and put in a Whatsapp group.
  • Admin will announce the Game Host for each group on the Whatsapp group
  • Captains must add the given Host
    • Adding/Joining the wrong Host will result in disqualification
  • Private Lobby will be opened 15 mins before scheduled time
  • Captains will Join Game via Host and invite team members

 

Schedule:

  • Starts on September 18
    • Subject to change

 

Results:

  • All team captains must take a screenshot of the results of every match and submit the results within 10 minutes after the game. Failure to submit game screenshots will result in a disqualification.

 

Prize:

  • 1st - SAR 5, 000
  • 2nd - SAR 3, 000
  • 3rd - SAR 2,000

 

Others:

  • Join Discord RUSH Warzone
  • After joining, head over to #get-a-role and react to Call of Duty: WarZone
  • Head over to #support if you need further assistance
General Rules 
  • The official language of this section is English.
  • Battle of the Gamers tournament organizers reserve the right to decide outside or even against the rulebook in special cases to guarantee fairplay.
    • All registering players must complete the registration form.
      • Battle of the Gamers reserves the right to refuse any player registration if their registration is incorrect / incomplete.
  • Prize Distribution: Prizes will be distributed within 60 days after the end of the tournament.
    • Payout: Player(s) must provide complete contact information with ID proof, phone number, address and bank account details within 45 days of tournament completion to claim their prize. Tournament Organizers reserve the right to forfeit the prize if these details are not received within 45 days of tournament completion.
  • Changes to General Rules: Tournament dates are subject to change. Each participant is assumed to be aware of all the rules and checks them periodically. 
    • Insufficient knowledge of the rules can not be used as an excuse for breaking the rules.
    • Participation in any Tournament will constitute acceptance of the changed rules, instructions and guidance.
  • Acceptance: Each participant must agree to these rules in order to participate in the tournament.
  • Enforcement of the General Rules: Tournament organizers will be responsible for, among other things, providing participants, and game admins updates on rules, tournament changes, and ensuring compliance with the General Rules.

 

PLAYERS

  • Eligibility: Players must be 18+ to participate in this tournament.
  • Proof of Residency: Participants may be requested to provide photo ID proof. Players without valid ID proof will be disqualified and will forfeit any prize winnings.
  • Player Names: A player’s gamer tag or in-game nickname may not include any word or phrase in any language that is offensive, toxic, or hurtful. Tournament Officials reserve the right to reject any registration if players refuse to change their Gamer Tag.
  • Registration: All players must comply with the registration requirements to be eligible to compete in the tournament.
    • Any player who plays in the tournament but is not registered is automatically disqualified.
  • Hardware / Software issues: Every player is responsible for his own connection and has to have a good internet connection to avoid possible ‘lag’.
    • Any hardware or software issues from any players must be fixed before the start of the match. Any lag or connection issues will not be entertained by the tournament Admins.
    • Complaining about losing a game incorrectly after a match can not be taken into account in the final outcome of a match. If there are reasons to suspect that your opponent is not playing by the rules or serious lag occurs for a long time, report this to the admin before your opponent has taken advantage of the problem. ( The beginning of the game.)
  • Tournament-Related Events: Each player agrees to participate in: (1) live stream interviews, (2) Video shoots, (3) other media events, that the Tournament Organizer will organize for promotional purposes. The Tournament Organizer shall have the right to sanction or disqualify any player or Team that fails to attend and participate fully in any scheduled Media Event.
  • Grant of Rights: Each participant grants the Tournament Organizer permission to live stream, broadcast or record his or her gameplay at any Tournament. Participants further grants the Tournament Organizer a royalty-free, fully paid-up, worldwide right and license (with the right to grant sublicenses) to publish, distribute, use and display his or her full name, photograph, image, avatar, voice, video, game play statistics, and biographical information, and create works of the foregoing items, in all present and future media, in connection with (a) the broadcast or streaming of any coverage of all or any part of a Tournament; (b) the marketing and promotion of any Official Competition or any Tournament or part thereof; and (c) the marketing and promotion of the Tournament.
  • Matches: Matches will start as scheduled, unless Tournament Admins says otherwise. All participants must be ready 15 minutes prior to the start of the match.
    • Delays: Players may not delay any matches without the consent of a Tournament Official. Players can request an Official to enforce a 5 minute timer.
    • Lag: As the game is hosted on dedicated servers, replays will not be issued for lag.
    • Disputes: In order to dispute game results, players/players must notify a Tournament Official.
    • Purposely Disconnecting: Any player that has disconnected from the game without reconnecting, with the intention to get a remake of the game, will get a loss by default.
    • Personal Streaming: Participants are not allowed to stream their games without any form of consent from Tournament Officials.
  • Sponsor BMW
    • All information including contact information will be shared with BMW and its partners.
    • All participants who register agree to receive BMW communication and newsletter.

 

CODE OF CONDUCT

  • High Standards for Professionals: All participants must observe the highest standards of personal integrity and good sportsmanship at all times. Participants must behave in a professional and sportsmanship manner in their interactions with other participants, Tournament Officials and Tournament Organizers.
  • Competitive Integrity: All participants are expected to compete to the best of their ability at all times in this tournament.
  • Disqualifications: Any violation of these General Rules may result in disqualification. All decisions made by the Tournament Organizers and Tournament Officials in regard to violations of these General Rules are final and binding.

 

PROHIBITED CONDUCT

  • Collusion: Any form of collusion is prohibited.
    • Example of collusion is:
      • Purposely losing a Tournament Game for compensation, or for any other  reason, or attempting to induce another player to do so.
  • Cheating: The use of any kind of cheating device or program is considered as cheating, and may result in a ban and other penalties.
  • Exploiting: Intentionally using any in-game bug to seek an advantage is exploiting. Making use of any game function that is not functioning as intended is also exploiting.
  • Ringing: Playing under another player’s account, or soliciting someone else to play under another player’s account.
  • Vulgar: Participants may not use any language that is offensive, insulting, obscene, threatening, foul. This rule applies to speech in English, Arabic, and all other languages.
  • Drugs and Alcohol: Use, distribution of drugs or alcohol, or being under the influence of controlled substances, is strictly prohibited while a participant is engaged in any Tournament. Prescription drugs may only be used to treat the condition for which they are prescribed and may not be used to enhance performance in a Tournament Game.
  • Gambling: Participants are not allowed to place, or attempt to place bets on any Tournament Games.

 

UNPROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR

  • Harassment: Any form of harassment is prohibited. Harassment is defined as hostile and repeated acts taking place over a period of time.
  • Sexual Harassment: Sexual Harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual advances. The assessment is based on whether the person being harassed would regard the conduct as offensive. There is zero tolerance for any sexual threats or the promise of advantages in exchange for sexual favors.
  • Discrimination and Denigration: Participants may not offend the dignity or integrity of a country, person or group of people through discriminatory or denigrating words or actions on account of race, skin color, ethnic, national or social origin, gender, language, religion, political opinion, financial status, birth, sexual orientation or any other reason.
  • Confidentiality: Without the consent of the Tournament Organizer, a participant may not disclose any confidential information provided by the Tournament Organizer to the participant in relation to any Official Competition. Participants shall be obligated to keep confidential information provided by the Tournament Organizer.
  • Illegal Activity: Participants must comply with all applicable laws at all times. Participants may not engage in any activity which is in violation with laws, regulations or public security administration rules.
  • Immoral Activity: Participants may not engage in any activity which, in the sole determination of the Tournament Organizer, is unethical, immoral or disgraceful.
  • Bribery: No participant may offer any gift or cash or other reward to a player, coach, manager, other participants, Tournament Official, the Tournament Organizer or any other person connected with or employed by another Team in order to influence the outcome of a Tournament Game.
  • Gifts: No Team Member may accept any gift, reward or compensation from another Team or player (or anyone acting on their behalf).
  • Non-Compliance: No Team Member may refuse to comply with the instructions or decisions of the Tournament Organizer or Officials.
  • Match-Fixing: No Team Member may offer, agree, or conspire to fix a match or take any other action to intentionally and unfairly alter, or attempt to alter, the results of any Tournament Game. Match-fixing will be subject to maximum penalty in each instance. If a Team Member is asked to “fix” the outcome of a Tournament Game or to otherwise take part in any actions prohibited by these General Rules or the applicable Competition-Specific Rules, that Team Member must immediately report this request to the Tournament Organizer.
  • Document Submission: Parental consents, and other documentation may be required at various times by the Tournament Organizer. A Team Member violates these General Rules if he or she knowingly provides inaccurate information to the Tournament Organizer. A Team may be subject to sanctions if the documentation is not complete.
  • Drop Outs and Refusals to Participate: If a Team Member or Team registers for, or agrees to participate in, any Official Competition, he or she may not, without the prior written consent of the Tournament Organizer, drop out or refuse to participate in any Tournament Game.

 

DISCIPLINARY ACTION AND SANCTIONS

  • Investigations by the Tournament Organizer: The Tournament Organizer will have the right to monitor compliance with these General Rules and the applicable Competition-Specific Rules and investigate possible breaches. By agreeing to these General Rules, each participant agrees to cooperate with the Tournament Organizer in any internal or external investigation that the Tournament Organizer conducts relating to a suspected violation of these General Rules, the applicable Competition-Specific Rules or applicable law. Participants have a duty to tell the truth in connection with any investigation conducted by or for the Tournament Organizer and have a further duty not to obstruct any such investigation, mislead investigators or withhold evidence.
  • Sanctions: If the Tournament Organizer determines that a Team Member or a Team has committed a violations of these General Rules or the Registration Requirements, the Tournament Organizer may, in its reasonable discretion, issue any or all of the following disciplinary actions: (a) verbal or written public warning(s); (b) prize forfeiture; (c) game forfeiture; (d) Tournament forfeiture; (e) suspensions; and (f) disqualification and ban.
  • Repeated Infractions: Repeated infractions are subject to escalating penalties, up to and including disqualification from participation in Official Competitions.
  • Final Determination: Offenses and infringements of these General Rules and the applicable Competition rules are punishable, intentionally or not.

Registration Closed

Registrations for this tournament are closed. Watch this space for more updates about the tournament.