Sign-up Rules & FAQ

Sign-up Rules

Individuals
  1. Games are held EVERY Sunday. Please make sure your schedule is accommodating before signing up.
  2. An individual may only be on the roster and play for one team during the entire tournament.
  3. Individuals qualified to participate are either current or former employees of a qualified studio or a member of the Studio Rumble Steam group.
    • Former professional eSports players who meet the previous requirements are allowed if they are currently not on and won't be on the roster of a professional eSports team for the duration of the tournament. NEW
Teams
  1. A team does not need to state what studio it is from. In such a case, use an alias.
  2. A team may claim they are from a studio if their roster can field a full team of current employees from that studio or under the same publisher umbrella. IE: If a game requires 5 players to play, then the team must have at least 5 players from that studio to claim to be from that studio.
  3. A team cannot claim they are from a studio if the number of employees from that studio or publisher umbrella is not a majority.
    • Note: This this number only applies to recruited players. Solo Queue players who are assigned to your team by the Studio Rumble administrators do not count.
    • If your team cannot claim they are from a studio, then you must put Solo Queue for your team's studio.
  4. Rosters cannot be changed when the tournament starts.
Studios
  1. Qualifying studios are defined as: "An incorporated entity which has shipped or is working on a video game product."
    • Video Game Product includes video games, middleware, development tools, services etc.
    • Major version releases of the same product count. EG: Unity 5.
  2. Please remember: A valid team must consist of at least five members who currently are employed by the studio or publisher umbrella that the team represents.
Streaming
  1. There will be any official streaming.
  2. Players and spectators are allowed to stream.
  3. If you make a permanent video please email it to admin@studiorumble.com and we will post it in the gallery.

Sign-up FAQ

I'm done making my team, what do I do next?
Creating a team on the Studio Rumble website is enough to enter you in the tournament.

I am the odd man out at my company and am not on a team. Can I still play?
Yes, scoring for the PUBG tournament is setup so that you score points for your studio regardless of who you play with in-game.

I am a former industry employee but currently out of the industry. Can I play?
Yes, signup through solo queue.

My studio is an indie / mobile company. Can we make a team?
Yes

My studio won’t let us make a team. What can I do?
You can use an alias for your studio when forming a team. Please note that you will still need to follow the studio related rules for team creation. Teams using an alias may be disqualified from certain prizes (physical trophies).

How do I sign-up?
Visit the Studio Rumble website and create an account. Then either join or create a team. After your team is formed, signup with your team to the tournament.

Can we create an "all star" team of people at different companies? Or do all members on a team need to be at the same company?
Same company. If your studio cannot field a team, then you may join another company's team or Solo Queue.

Is there a per-studio team limit?
No limit. A studio may have as many teams participating as it can field.