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Blitz Youth Cup: U-25 Valorant Edition 2 Qualifier 1

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Blitz Youth Cup: U-25 Valorant Edition 2 Qualifier 1
Blitz Youth Cup: U-25 Valorant Edition 2 Qualifier 1

Time & Location

Feb 03, 2024, 11:00 AM – Feb 04, 2024, 9:00 PM

Offline, B1-Rajajinagar

About the event

THIS IS QUALIFER 1 OF THE TOURNAMENT AS DESCRIBED BELOW:

TOTAL PRIZE POOL OF Rs 1.5 LAKH DISTRIBUTED AS BELOW:

QUALIFIERS

Each Qualifier will have below prize pool (Total of Rs 75000 across 3 qualifiers)

  • 1st Place - Rs 10000 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)
  • 2nd Place  - Rs 6250 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)
  • 3rd Place  - Rs 5000 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)
  • 4th Place  - Rs 3750 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)

GRAND FINAL

  • 1st Place - Rs 30000 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)
  • 2nd Place  - Rs 17500 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)
  • 3rd Place  - Rs 10000 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)
  • 4th Place  - Rs 7500 Cash Prize (equally distributed among players)
  • Player of Tournament - Rs 10000 worth goodies from Logitech

ELIGIBILITY

Age Limit: Participants must be under the age of 25 as of tournament start date. Aadhar must be provided at proof of age.

TOURNAMENT FORMAT

QUALIFIERS

The qualifier format is a 2 day event based on the number of teams participating. Top 4 teams will advance to Stage 2.

Stage 1 Format (Saturday): If there are 8 or more participating teams, the format will be Single Elimination. If the number of teams are between 5-7, the format will be Double Elimination.

Stage 2 Format (Sunday): Stage 2 would be played only amogst the top 4 teams of Stage 1 and it will be Double Elimination Format with Finals being BO3.

GRAND FINAL

Top 30 Players (12 from Attack Roles and 18 from Support Roles ) from Qualifiers will be able to compete in the Grand Final. Ranking will be determined based on your Best BCS (Blitz Combat Score) across qualifiers. For example, you competed in a total of 3 matches with BCS of 250, 300 & 325 respectively, 325 will be considered as your Final BCS Score. An individual can participate in any number of qualifiers. The more you participate, the more opportunities you get to improve your BCS

Grand Final Format: 6 teams will be formed across 30 participants and the format would be Double Elimination with Finals BO3.

Player of the tournament will be chosen as per average BCS during the Grand Finale. Minimum eligible criteria is 3 matches played.

BO1: Best of 1 BO3: Best of 3 BO5: Best of 5

FAQ

Do we need to have a team to play?

No. You can register individually. We will slot you in a team according to your role.

How and when will the teams be formed?

Organizer will sort players according to roles like IGL/Captain, Attack, Support. Captains will choose a player for each role from sorted list to complete team. Teams will be formed on the same day of event.

Is there an entry fee and how much is it?

Registration is FREE. You are required to pay only for PC usage time which is used by you for tournament matches.

Can I use my own gears?

Yes, you are welcome to use your own peripherals. Kindly inform our admin to help you out if required.

Can I come solo or with a friend to play?

You can come solo and also invite all your friends who are eligible for the event. 

Can me and my friend play together in one team?

Unfortunately we cannot assure you of this as players will be slotted as per roles and teams formed. But yes there is a possibility it might happen. We encourage you to take this also as an experience to play with others over LAN. 

How will be the player of the tournament selected?

Player of the tournament will be chosen as per average BCS during the Grand Finale. Minimum eligible criteria is 3 matches played. In case of a tie, tie breaker would be decided based on the following in order of Frags - Deaths - Assist - Maps Won.

What if I get a weak team/player?

We will try our best to make balanced teams. We are looking to have regular events, first couple of tournaments would give us fair data to allow us to improve player pool and also sort players according to skill level. We would suggest you to take couple of events as placement events and make the best out of this opportunity so that we make teams and players stronger with each events.

What is BCS?

Blitz Combat Score is a metric we are developing and following in the game that measures a player's overall performance in a match. It takes into account various actions and achievements during a game to provide a numerical representation of a player's contribution. It primarily takes ACS into consideration which is calculated based on factors such as kills, deaths, assists, spike plants, spike defusals, and other in-game actions and adds some other factors along with it. It's a comprehensive way to evaluate a player's impact beyond just the number of kills they secure.

What documents and details are required to be shared during the course of the event?

We will require Aadhar soft or hard copy for DOB verification.

We would require PAN card and Bank Account information for processing any payment transfers.

Kindly do note that these details are for verification purpose and we do not share data with any external party whatsoever.

What is TDS?

Tax Deducted at Source. According to the Income Tax Act, any game winnings are considered income and are subject to tax at 30%.

MEDIA COMMITMENTS

Certain media commitments are mandatory to enhance the visibility of the event, engage with fans, and satisfy sponsor obligations.

This would help create a positive and professional environment and help growth for both participants and audience.

  1. Interview: Athletes may be asked to participate in interviews with media before, during, or after the event. Interviews can cover a range of topics, including gameplay strategies, team dynamics, personal background, and reflections on matches.
  2. Social Media: Athletes will require to be active on social media platforms to connect with fans, share their experiences, and promote the event. This will be done by posting stories and posts and with guidelines provided by organiser.
  3. Streaming: Grand Finale teams will be required to stream their matches on their own YT channel. Layout and help of setting up streaming software will be done via organisers as required. Streaming can attract additional viewership and provide fans and audience with insights into the matches and help athletes build a community and grow.
  4. Mechandise: Athletes will be required to wear merch provided by organiser for promotional purpose.
  5. F&B: Athletes may be required to promote F&B products from sponsors during the event. 

Non-compliance with media commitments will result in penalties like fines or disqualification.

CODE OF CONDUCT

  1. Respect for all Participants: All participants must treat each other with respect and dignity. Harassment, bullying, hate speech, or any other form of misconduct will not be tolerated.
  2. Fair Play: All participants must play fair and follow the rules of the tournament. Cheating, hacking, exploiting, or any other unfair practices will not be tolerated.
  3. Game ID: Players are allowed only to use their own registered ID during the event. ID sharing or alternate IDs will result in forfeit of MVP and cash prize for both users.
  4. Communication: Participants must communicate in a respectful and professional manner. Offensive language, flaming, or any other form of inappropriate communication will not be tolerated.
  5. Sportsmanship: Participants must show good sportsmanship, both in victory and defeat. Gloating, trash-talking, or any other unsportsmanlike behavior will not be tolerated.
  6. Reporting Results: Participants must report the results of their games accurately and truthfully. Any attempts to manipulate the results or engage in any other form of misconduct will not be tolerated.
  7. Conduct During Games: Participants must conduct themselves in a professional manner during games. Intentionally disconnecting, intentionally throwing games, or any other form of misconduct will not be tolerated.
  8. Use of Software and Hardware: Participants must use only approved software and hardware during the tournament. The use of any unauthorized software or hardware will not be tolerated.
  9. Compliance with Rules: Participants must comply with all rules and regulations of the tournament. Failure to comply with any rule may result in disqualification.
  10. Organizer as Final Authority: The tournament organizer reserves the right to make final decisions regarding any disputes or violations of the code of conduct. Their decisions are final and binding.

This code of conduct is meant to ensure that all participants have a safe, fair, and enjoyable experience during the tournament. It is the responsibility of all participants to familiarize themselves with these rules and to follow them at all times.

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