Call of Duty® Warzone BR Solos Tournament
Dec. 3 - 18 | Register Nov. 18 - Dec. 1
Register now for this free solo esports tournament! Top 3 players win a $50 MCX gift card! Play anywhere – your barracks room, an SMP Rec Center, or your own home – using a PlayStation®, Xbox®, or PC. Tournament is open to active duty service members stationed aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune or Marine Corps Air Station New River. Download the Mission Control app and register Nov. 18-Dec. 1 at missioncontrol.gg. Must register using Apples iOS.
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SFIT Esports, Program Policies
- Open to active duty service members stationed aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune or Marine Corps Air Station New River.
- Amateur players only
- MCCS, SFIT Sports Branch, reserves the right to verify eligibility at any time
Players are prohibited from participating on more than one roster for the same game in a specific tournament or league.
2.1 Cross-Platform Play
Players may only play on the platform specified for the competition; using another platform will result in disqualification.
SFIT Sports Branch Esports participants will demonstrate the highest level of respect and sportsmanship to all parties of this program, both online during competition and after competition. Any team or individual failing to adhere to the Code of Conduct will be removed from the league or tournament.
3.2 Code of Conduct
- Esports participants will adhere to rules and regulations posted for their respective game.
- Inappropriate game chat, offensive language that insult another player’s gender, origin, sexual orientation/preference, race, physical ability, or religion will not be tolerated.
- Unsportsmanlike behavior or conduct unbecoming an active duty service member will not be tolerated.
- OPSEC: Do not share account or other private information that could put yourself or your peers at risk.
- Cheating or Hacking will not be tolerated
- Cheating is defined as any act that gives one gamer a competitive advantage over another.
- Hacking is defined as modifying the gaming program to work in a different way.
- Examples to include, but not limited to:
- Collusion and Match Fixing, defined as any agreement between two (2) or more gamers to disadvantage opposing gamers.
- Hacking or modifying the game.
- Using a prohibited class, team, weapon, item, or action during a game.
- Spectating opposing gamers’ monitor or live streams.
- Using restricted hardware or equipment during a game.
- Using any gamer that was not registered to the event during the registration period of the event.
- Intentionally disconnecting from any game prior to its official conclusion.
- Exploiting known in-game bugs, glitches, and unintended game features to put opposing gamers at a disadvantage.