GENERAL TOURNAMENT RULES AND POLICIES
-No alcohol or drugs
-No smoking or chewing tobacco within the Building.
-No vulgar apparel.
-Individual controllers are welcome on select tournaments, but will be subject to approval. Please ask Geek Out Event Coordinator if controllers are allowed in specified tournament.
-All players must arrive and check in no later than 30 minutes before the tournament is scheduled to begin.
In the case of console/TV/Routing malfunction, the game will be restarted from the beginning, no matter what time
it crashed. Even if the match is 2 seconds from ending.
Spectators may not communicate with player while he or she is competing (providing tips or heckling and other
forms of verbal abuse). Breaking of this rule will result in ejection of the spectator, and in extreme cases,forfeit of the game.
-Cheering is encouraged, however. Coaches are considered spectators.
-Do not quit out of game without the permission of your station's referee. Un authorized quitting before the game has ended results in an automatic forfeit.
-All decisions made by tournament officials are final and not subject to debate.
-All players must be available for post tournament awards ceremonies, photographs, interviews, etc.
-All team players must be polite to the other teams, spectators, sponsors, press and the Geek Out Staff. -Abuse of our volunteer Staff will not be tolerated in any form. This includes written messages or verbal comments. This also means no teasing, picking on other teams, little kids, or harassment. BE WARNED:Geek Out hss zero tolerance for inappropriate behavior. If player on any team acts in ppropriately, their team will be warned. If it happens again, your team will be disqualified from the tournament and your team will be escorted out of the event and the entire team will be banned from all
future events without refund. If you have complaint about the tournament staff or any other problem, take your complaint directly and politely to Geek Out Employee.
-You must sign an Event Registration form and be registered for and checked-in to the event to participate in the tournament.
-Any attempt to gain an unfair advantage is cheating. This includes modifying the game files, running memory resident cheats, or anything else beyond the norm l scope of the game.