MVS 24 Hour Duo Tournament

You will be playing in this tournament during your designated time slot, unless you are playing from your own device at home. There will be a general clan tag for the tournament that will display on the tournament page 5 minutes before the start time. If you are playing on the systems provided, you will use the clan tag given to you on your Calendly timeslot. All of your screenshots must have the tournament clan tag (playing at home), or your individual clan tag (playing on our devices). Failure to submit your scores and upload proof (pictures/video) will result in a 0.

Format: 24 hour kill race, you will be joining a duos battle royale game with your partner and submitted your best 3 games. You will submit each match individually (3 photos and 3 scores will be entered on the Drop-In Gaming website) then the website will add your 3 scores together.

Scoring: 1 point per kill and you will be submitting you and your partners best 3 games. (The only way to get points is getting kills, no placement points will be rewarded)
Only one person on your team will be responsible for submitting your scores on the tournament page.

You or your teammate is responsible for submitting scores under the tournament you’re registered for on the Drop-In Gaming website.

Results: The team with the best total score at the end of the time frame will be the winner and announced on the tournament page. If there is a tie both teams will be notified. The tiebreaker is the individual with the most kills on any given team. (If there is a tie after that, the team with the most damage in their submitted games will win).

No late submissions will be taken into account for scoring.

Streaming: If you are playing from home and can stream the competition, that would benefit us greatly. If you are an employee playing on our systems, we will have a constant stream running throughout you designated play slot based of the Calendly.

Disconnections: If you or your teammate/s disconnects during the kill race you can continue the game play and take a photo at the end of the game with the remaining teammates and have that game count towards your total score.