FFS Gaming reserves the rights to change the rules but is obliged to inform participants about any change happening to the rule book.
• Everyone is able to participate with an exception for Twisted Gamers (-|TG|-) members.
• If you miss your game without notifying anyone from the event staff you might be disqualified.
• Insulting, provoking and speech of hate forbidden.
• flooding the chat with meaningless characters and binds disallowed.
• Cheating if forbidden.
• Shortcuts allowed.
• Mods that change vehicles' handling forbidden.
• If someone times out up to 10 seconds after the map started we redo the map.
• If someone times out after 10 or more seconds elapsed we carry on playing.
• 50 fps.
• 10 maps, 10 rounds.
• race delay indicator, one spawn, auto pimp disabled, speedometer, nos-nfs included.
About the tournament
Each match 24 players face each other in an individual clash to fight for points in their league and become the first FFS RGP champions by accumulating the highest amount of championship points at the end of the season. 4 leagues, 96 competitors, are you fast enough to win?
• Some changes my apply to the tournament format before the kick off but we will inform the participants about anything that will be affected by changes.
Q: How many players can participate?
A: Up to 192 players split into 8 qualification groups of 24 players in each
Q: How does the tournament look like?
A: This tournament is split into 2 weeks of qualifications and 6 weeks of an actual tournament. 96 players qualify further and are placed in 4 leagues based on their qualifications performance.
Q: What are the leagues?
A: Leagues were created to give equal opportunities to as many players possible. There are 4 leagues named from the best to the worst: Championship League, Challenger League, League 1, League 2. There are 24 players in each league.
Q: How are the players put into groups?
A: We will try to achieve some kind of balance while setting the groups up. Players that are known for their skills, took part in many clan wars, Tarin's previous tournaments and other well known race tournaments will be seeded and put into the groups in a way to achieve the best possible balance. Other players will be drafted randomly from the lowest seed.
Q: How to qualify to the main part of the tournament?
1 - 3 places from each group qualify to Championship League
4 - 6 places from each group qualify to Challenger League
7 - 9 places from each group qualify to League 1
10 - 12 places from each group qualify to League 2
Q: What is the map list?
A: We will pick 10 maps each stage of the tournament (2 weeks of qualifications is 1 stage and each week of Grand Prix(GP) are separate stages. Although we will keep about 3-5 maps the same from the previous stage (example: if a map named Drift was picked for qualifications there is a chance it will be in the map list for the next stage). Also we will try to achieve the balance of vehicles each round so there is a variety of cars used so it doesn't go repetetive.
Q: What is the points system?
A: There are two point systems occuring in this tournament: points in the game and points in the league table. For the game points we are using classic race system (15, 13, 11, 9, 7, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and 0 onwards) and for the table standinds we are using Formula 1 system (25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1).
The 1st game of the first Grand Prix stage ends and the results are:
1st Tarin 150 points
2nd WW 130 points
3rd Tails 110 points
4th Darmos 90 points
5th Ronaldo 70 points
Tarin wins the game therefore he has 25 points in the standings followed by WW who was second and now has 18 points. If Tarin wins his league again next week he will be having 50 points all together.
Q: What if a player skips his match?
A: No matter if you justify your absence or not you will be classified as DNS (Did Not Show) and you won't get any points for the match.