Tournament order:

After you have submitted an application for participation, and your application has been accepted, you have become a participant in the tournament. The tournament takes place in several stages:

1. Registration is the period during which participants can submit applications, and the administration can approve or reject them.

2. In Progress (Ongoing) - this period comes immediately after registration closes. In this period the matches are set and the exact dates and times of each of the matches are already available. During this period, all matches are played, including the superfinal.

3. Summing up - this period of the tournament comes when the superfinal is played. The duration of the stage is 72 hours. It’s intended for the administration to make decisions on existing complaints.

4. Completed - this stage of the tournament begins when the 'Summing up' stage passes. At this stage, the prize fund is paid out to the winner(s). Please note: if the winner is banned at the time of the payout, his prize will be canceled!

More detail:

— Double Elimination tournament grid, best of 1.

— Only one round is played every day. You play one match per day - for Arena Season series tournaments, and in one-day cup series tournaments, all matches are played on the same day.

— The match takes place in Solo, Duo, Quad format (depends on the tournament settings)

— Reserve: if you see yourself under the heading ‘Reserve', it means that you will not participate until some participant is removed (for exploiting, inappropriate behavior, etc.), then you can be appointed instead. The bet is returned to all reserve users if they were not involved in the tournament (if the user was transferred from the reserve to the participants, the bet isn’t returned to him).

If you are a participant, please read below how to participate in a tournament match:

  1. On the personal account page - specify your PUBG nickname and select the region (Don't forget to click the 'Save changes' button below). Your nickname on the site must match the in-game nickname!
  2. On the tournament page, in the ‘In Progress (Ongoing)’ period, pay attention to the ‘Matches’ block - Find yourself in it and the date with the time - this will be the start time of the match. If there is no such block, most likely, the tournament is still at the stage of registration of applications, wait for the specified start date of the tournament;
  3. Click on the line with your nickname (in the ‘Matches' block) to go to the lobby page. You must be on the lobby page 5 minutes before the start of the match;
  4. Launch the PUBG client;
  5. Take a slot on any of the available sides and wait for the start time of the match;
  6. Further actions differ depending on whether you occupy the first slot or any other:
    • If you occupy the first, topmost slot, the match participants and the site expect you to create a Custom match in the PUBG game client. For this you have to: 
      1. Switch to the game;
      2. In the upper left menu of the main screen, click on the ‘Custom Match’ tab;
      3. In the appeared menu click the ‘Create’ button in the bottom left;
      4. The custom match settings screen will appear. Adjust the settings:
        • Match name: the name of the lobby is up to you, as long as it does not contain offensive words and is understandable to other participants. Share the match name with other players in the chat on the match page so they can find the match you created;
        • Password: use a password to restrict access to your match only to those participants who are on the match page. To create a password, to the left of the match name input field, click on the ‘Lock’ icon. Enter a password in the password entry window. After that, tell it to other participants of the match in the chat on the match page;
        • Mode: Normal mode;
        • Settings: Select the settings that correspond to the match settings on the site. Those settings that are not indicated by the site are set at your discretion (you can discuss the settings in the chat, on the match page, with other participants);
      5. Wait for all other match participants to join the lobby. Make sure that players who are not in the lobby on the site don't join the match;
      6. When all the players in the PUBG lobby match the players in the lobby on the site - start the match.
    • If you occupy any slot other than the top slot, your task is to wait until the player in the top slot sends the name and password of the match he created to the chat. To find the game in the PUBG client, do the following:
      1. Switch to the game;
      2. In the upper left menu of the main screen, click on the ‘Custom Match’ tab;
      3. Filter the results by choosing the Normal mode only;
      4. Use the search field by clicking on the ‘magnifying glass’ icon - enter the name of the match from the site lobby;
      5. Now only the match that corresponds to the name should remain in the table with matches. Join the match by entering your password;
      6. Wait for all players from the match page to join the game lobby inside the game;
      7. After all the players in the PUBG lobby match the players in the lobby on the website, the creator will start the match.
  7. Play! The site will automatically find the game you created on PUBG servers
  8. When the match is over, on the lobby page, you will see the match data (there may be a delay of 10-15 minutes)


  1. The participant of the tournament, who didn’t show up for any match in the tournament, automatically receives a ban for a day. The terms of the bans are summed up - if you didn’t show up, for example, for 2 tournaments, you will get a ban for 2 days. An automatic ban for non-appearance in the tournament is issued at the time of the transition of the tournament to the ‘Completed’ stage;
  2. Don't be late for tournament matches! Watch carefully on the tournament page - on what date and time your match takes place, take a slot on the match page at least 5 minutes before it starts;
  3. The entire match must be recorded. Don't know how? Take a look here. The record is stored by you throughout the entire tournament + 5 days after its completion. Pay attention! You need to start recording from the moment when the lobby on the site changes the status from ‘Waiting for players’ / ‘Waiting for the start of the match’ to ‘The match is starting’ and until the moment when the lobby on the site receives the status ‘Match is over'. The entry should include not only the gameplay, but also the lobby on the site, where the entire lobby page and chat are necessarily visible!
  4. If you have any suspicions of unfair play on the part of an opponent, use the opportunity to ‘Report player’ on the tournament page:Fill out the form and the administration will consider the complaint or contact you. Please note what should be contained in the complaint (otherwise your complaint may be rejected and restrictive measures applied to you)! The text of the complaint should contain: a brief composition of the violation, a link to your match record with timecodes and a description of what we should pay attention to. Insults in the complaint are unacceptable - this can also lead to restrictive measures!
  5. If you encounter any difficulties, use the feedback form:
  6. The use of bugs and/or errors is strictly prohibited;
  7. Hate speech and discriminatory language is inappropriate, as is any obscene or disruptive language. Threatening or harassing another player is always unacceptable. Violating any of these expectations will result in account restrictions.

The opponent didn’t come to the match. What should I do?

First you need to figure out where your opponent didn't show up: in the online lobby itself or in the in-game lobby. 

If your opponent is absent in the online lobby, the tournament will automatically award you the victory when the match starts. Please note, due to technical reasons it may take up to 5 minutes to assign a win.

If one of your opponents appears in the lobby, but doesn't enter the game lobby: take a screenshot and send a report on the absent player. If your report is correct and the administration confirms the absence of your opponent, the tournament results will be revised.