Rocket League

Event description: Arcade style, soccer, and vehicles? Can it get better? We don’t think so! In the comforts of your home, virtually customize a car and compete in an adrenaline-packed game of soccer. Kurukshetra brings you Rocket League, an online game that is bound to keep you on your toes! 

 

Team Size:  

  • Each team can have a maximum of 3 players. The team captain must provide their names while submitting the tournament form.

Maximum Entries: 32

Last Date of Early Bird Registrations: 15th Feb 2021

Last Date of Registrations: 18th March 2021

Registration Fee: Early Bird - Rs. 100

                                Standard - Rs. 150

Prize Fund: Rs. 4000 

Rules and Regulations:

In-Game:

  • Map: Random

  • Game mode: Default 3v3

  • Settings: Online competitive match standard settings

  • Match duration: best of 3: 5 minutes per match

  • Allowed cars: All cars

General:

  • Gamers who participate are required to play with the Gamer ID (Steam id/Epic/PSN/XBOX Account) they have specified.

  • Any participant who breaks a rule will be punished. Punishment will be decided by the member of the organising committee involved. Examples of punishments are 3-0 loss, replay, penalty points, leaving the tournament early, a temporary ban, or a permanent ban.

  • A player can only create one account. Selling, renting, trading or receiving compensation in any way, shape, or form is forbidden.

  • Every participant is required to be online in the chat/discord for the tournament they are participating in.

  • Every player is responsible for his/her own connection and has to have a good internet connection to avoid possible ‘lag’. The Flame Kurukshetra organising committee shall not be held responsible for any technical issue on the participants’ side.

  • Complaining about losing a game incorrectly after a match cannot 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 member of the organizing committee before your opponent has taken advantage of the problem. (The beginning of the game.)

  • When 2 players can't connect in a private match, they won't receive any game points. If there is a possibility, the players can try to connect again. The Organising Committee will decide if there is enough time for a replay.

  • When it's a tie, the players must play ´Extra time´. There has to be a winning team.

 

Contact for Clarification:

Name: Pratham Karnani

E-mail: pratham.karnani@flame.edu.in

Number: +919929542327