- Registration deadline: August 23 at 7AM (HKT)
- Matching from: August 23 at 10AM (HKT)
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APRU invites students in the Asia Pacific Rim to participate in the Rampage Invitational Tournament to build community and connectivity through competition. In a 5v5 Valorant title, we wish to inspire students’ connectivity and support for one another.
APRU Rampage Invitational Tournament gives students an opportunity to build community across borders and universities to participate in competitive and exclusive tournament series. APRU has been working intensively over the past year in an academic setting with the leaders of esports clubs to understand their career aspirations and help them gain access to the industry. Through this tournament we seek to deepen the relationships among students and build community among and between our esports clubs. We hope to increase our collective value to offer prizes to students that will advance university esports’ clubs ambitions to make an impact in their university.
- 1st Place (Asia, Latin America, and North America)
- USD $1000
- adidas team jerseys valued up to USD $2000
- 1st Place Trophy
- 2nd Place (Asia, Latin America, and North America)
- USD $250
University teams in US and university teams in Asia semi-quarter finals will be streamed at DELF 2022. The matches are pre-recorded and streamed for the audience at DELF.
Please contact Anya Wong at [email protected] for the matching dates and times.
Team Requirements: Team of 5 students per team. All participants must have a working college email (.edu) Free-agents may sign up for this tournament, but MUST be a current student.
If on the day of deadline there are fewer than 4 teams, minimum number of students will be reduced to 2 students until there are 4 teams signed up in which the minimum will go back up to 5 students per team after the first 4 teams.
8 teams from Asia, 8 teams from Latin America, and 8 teams from North America. Economies from:
- Asia: China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand
- Latin America: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico
- North America: Canada and USA
If one team is not ready within 10 minutes of the scheduled start time, they forfeit the match.
In the case of:
- 4 teams or less: single round robin format
- 5 teams or more: swiss bracket format
- If there are any ties, only one tiebreaker will be played to determine standings for 2nd or 3rd, chosen by shortest average game time.
- Rules are subject to the discretion of Tournament Organizers and may be changed without prior notice to enforce fairness.
- Make sure your team is on standby during the tournament. If your opponent is ready and your team does not show up within 10 minutes, you will forfeit the round.
- Captains can report their team’s score.
Please review Rules of APRU Metagame : Valorant
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APRU College Club Regionals Tournament is part of APRU MetaGame Conference 2022 and DELF 2022. For more information about APRU MetaGame Conference 2022, please visit https://apru.org/event/apru-metagame-conference-2022/.