Practice dates every Sunday at 9 AM Pacific until the finals.
Finals September 13th at 9 AM Pacific.
Tournament will be a PvP final!
When the tournament starts all players will split into 4-slot rooms, 50% of the best players from the current room will go to the next round until there is only 1 room from which the best player will be the winner. If the room contains 3 or 4 players then 2 best players will pass to the next round.
Tournaments will be scheduled using the in game tournament software provided by Wenkly studio.
Every Sunday at 9 AM Pacific practice tournament may be run by the Wenkly Studios team.
All tournaments will be played on the USA server.
All players will play on the PvP map.
There will be three tournaments:
1st tournament is scheduled for 8 AM Pacific on Saturday the 12th. 2nd tournament will be at 10 AM Pacific time on the 12th. Grand tournament finals will be Sunday September 13th at 9 AM Pacific.
Final tournament times and dates are subject to change pending registrations and tech tests.
Cross play is enabled for this tournament across all platforms.
In the game, there is a billboard that informs when the tournament will start and all players can see that. When the tournament starts players have 5 mins to join the tournament. Players can join the tournament from the same billboard.
Players should plan on taking screenshot views of their final positions as score backup and verification:
Submit a youtube entry of any In Death gameplay or Elven Assassin gameplay for an additional 10 entry points.
Submit a video of Elven Assassin or In Death Unchained play on twitter, facebook, or instagram for an additional 10 entry points.
-5 $100 winners drawn
Play any level on Elven Assassin or In Death: Unchained and submit a screenshot via Gleam.io. (1 screenshot allowed each) during the practice period for Elven Assassin and the Top 500 Archers contest for In Death: Unchained.
Additional giveaways may be announced for people who register and play, so stay tuned!
No purchase necessary, void where prohibited. Rules are subject to change.
VAL reserves the right to disciplinary action for special cases that fall outside the competitive rules and code of conduct. Should circumstances call for it, VAL can circumvent the rules if it is to ensure a fair and safe play environment.
VAL reserves the right to revoke past records, strip previous achievements, bar future participation, forfeit prizes and other measures should an offense, or a pattern of offense, warrant it. Although VAL will create a redemption guideline for offenders to redeem themselves if they can verify they’ve fulfilled said guidelines for the specified length of time.
Any participant displaying any type of cyber, verbal, sexual, gender, racial, disability, physical, religious, age, appearance, or emotional abuse will be disqualified. This especially includes abuse directed at Esports competitors, VAL staff, viewers, press, sponsors and other participants.
Any participant acting maliciously, inappropriate, or otherwise unsportsmanlike behavior will be reprimanded and possibly disqualified. This includes extreme statements, violent threats, sexual harassment, extreme insults, and inappropriate references.
Abuse and unsportsmanlike behavior entails in-game and out of game actions, as well as occurrences outside and related to the competition. This includes in-game chat, social media, comments, gestures, emotes, and other communication mediums. Any encouragement or endorsement of this behavior will also invoke disciplinary action.
Out of competitive wrongful behavior includes stalking, intimidation, spamming, doxxing, provoking and inciting disruption both online and in real life.
Unsolicited sexual action, including sexual comments, uncalled for flirting and other sexual or romantic advances, jokes and taunting will also not be tolerated.
If a participant feels like another participant is cheating, exploiting, or manipulating the rules, this infringement must be brought to the attention of the Virtual Athletics League Admins immediately. All forms of cheating may result in revoked prizes and a future ban from VAL events.
Cheating and other exploits including but not limited to: deception, bug exploitation, banned game mechanics, match-fixing, betting fraud, doping and other forms of competition manipulation are strictly prohibited.
For game bugs that affect game play or the competition, players can re-play and re-submit scores as long as it’s within the original deadline.