Stream.me Invitaional Tournament Rules
The PUBGOnline administration reserves the exclusive right to decide outside or even against the rulebook in special cases to ensure fair play.
All players are asked to behave in a humane way towards other competitors, and to any member of the administration team; they are to treat others as they themselves would like to be treated. If a player is found guilty of misconduct by an administrator, they may receive a penalty. Teams risk bans and expulsions from the Stream.me Invitational for any and all misconduct, to be decided at PUBGOnline’s sole discretion.
1.3 Competitive Rules
Every team must read, understand and agree to the rules for participation in the Stream.me Invitational (the “Rules”). Players agree to and consent to these rules, as well as PUBGOnline’s authority to enforce them, as a condition of their participation. Each player is therefore expected and required to abide by the Rules, and any failure to follow them will result in punitive measures.
Each player may only use their own account.
Each team must have four (4) players present throughout the entire tournament, regardless of whether the team is currently playing, waiting to play, or otherwise occupied.
Each team must have one designated person, who is eighteen (18) years of age or older, responsible for distributing any prizing (the “Manager”). This can be the same player as the Team Captain or another person entirely.
Teams must hold an appropriate name. Any team attempting to sign up for a tournament with a name deemed unsuitable will be asked to create a new team name in order to participate.
Each player shall use his or her best efforts to report any Bugs found immediately at the end of each Game. Any player knowingly using one (1) or more Bugs to his or her advantage will be immediately disqualified from the Tournament.
Due to any possible technical issues with PUBG or its servers, games may be rescheduled on an Admins behalf to another day and time not listed on the schedule.
Cheating is strictly prohibited. No player should be manipulating game files, using unapproved game modifications, or any other method by which one may gain an unfair advantage over another player.
If any player is found using such cheats or injectors during competitive play, all games that were affected due to cheats will be subject to forfeiture and other potential penalties.
A player is defined by someone who has actually played in a match NOT defined by the players who have been signed up.
The event will be a double elimination bracket. Bottom 9 teams from each match will be moved to the lower bracket and the top 9 teams will be moved to the upper bracket. Each match will be a best of one including the finals. The winner of the tournament will be based on the placement from the final match.
Stream.me Tournaments are NOT allowed to be streamed by anyone other than approved casters and on the Stream.Me PUBG Channel. A player can request special permission to stream their perspective and each request will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
Any player caught streaming Stream.me Tournaments without permission will be removed from the tournament.