You are only allowed to participate in one on-going tournament at the same time. You will be disqualified from the one that started last (most recently) if you are found participating in two or more tournaments that are currently running.
The tournament administration will not take active action to forfeit players.
If you confirm that you will participate in a tournament, you agree to play the entire tournament to the best of your ability. If you don’t want to participate in a tournament or a match you are to refrain from Readying Up in your Challengermode lobby and let your opponent win on Walkover, which he/she will do as the initial timer expires.
This rule does not apply to tournaments spanning over several days or in tournaments with scheduled start times for matches and other special events.
It's completely up to the discretion of the admins to decide whether you are playing in two or more conflicting tournaments at the same time.
Participating in multiple tournaments several times may lead to warnings or suspension.
If you in any way delay the tournament by participating in games outside of the platform (Solo queuing in-game, playing unranked games, etc) you may be disqualified from the active Challengermode tournament you are in.
Abusing lobby timers
If you Ready Up in your lobby and the "Match is to be complete in.." timer appears - you are to start your match as soon as possible.
You are not allowed to postpone the match for any reason after appearing in your Challengermode lobby and readying up.
If you do so, you may be disqualified from the tournament.
Our code of conduct applies to all tournaments.
Depending on the severity of the infraction you will either be warned, disqualified, or suspended from Challengermode. This is up to the admins to decide.
After a user is being reported of behaving in a toxic way, the Challengermode Community team will review the accusation.
If the user is deemed to have behaved in a toxic manner, it may result in a warning, temporary suspension or permanent suspension from the Challengermode platform depending on the situation
Submitting a report is not an action a user should do precipitously, without proper cause. Before a user files a report the user needs to make sure it is done for a valid reason and that the evidence presented is legit evidence of the accused violating the rules and/or using cheats. Accusing in rage is to be avoided at all cost. If a user submits multiple false reports, he or she risks getting temporarily suspended. This includes all kinds of reports.
Abuse of admin/support chat
If a user contacts the admin support and exhibit false or staged evidence or make attempts to misguide or interfere with the ruling of a case, the user risk getting temporarily suspended.
- Fair Play
Any form of cheating, hacking, exploiting, and abusing in-game functions will result in a permanent suspension from Challengermode.
Challengermode admins can at any time and for any reason demand that you record POV (Point-of-view) demos.
Failing to provide the Admins with a demo on request is automatically disqualified from the competition.
In tournaments with product prizes that occur multiple times, each user is only eligible to win once (one time) unless nothing else is stated in the tournament description.
- Related accounts
Any Challengermode Account that is permanently suspended will have all connected Game Accounts and any currently linked PayPal account permanently suspended from the platform as well
- Ban Evasion
If you try to evade your suspension on Challengermode by creating a new account this results in:
1. All your accounts being suspended.
2. Every suspension on any of your Challengermode accounts being extended to permanent.
CS:GO AntiCheat Policy
- All our servers are VAC enabled. Steam profiles that have a previous VAC ban may not be able to play.
- Challengermodes' overwatch team can at any given time and without any specific reason spectate in-game and review match demos to determine whether any cheating has occurred
- Prime status is a requirement for participation.
- Open Steam profiles and public game stats can be requested by the admin team at any time for any reason.
- Failure to cooperate with the admin team may result in a disqualification from the activity.
As a user on Challengermode and player in any of our competitions, you acknowledge that not complying with any of the above, implicitly or explicitly may lead to a permanent ban.
Cheating is considered fraudulent behavior and a crime when it's possible to win money or prizes. Cheaters may be reported to the proper national authorities (police) and fined.
Additionally, we are actively monitoring and collaborating with other sites.
- If you have a ban for cheating on another site (Faceit / ESEA / Esportal etc.) you may not be allowed to play on Challengermode. This includes alternative accounts.
- If you have a VAC-ban or a Game-ban that is newer than 2 years you may not be allowed to participate. This includes alternative accounts. It does not matter what game the ban is for.
- If you play a game and a player in your team is caught cheating, you may face a limited ban for playing with a cheater.
Cheating will result in a sitewide permanent suspension.
Read more about cheating:
PUBG Anti Cheat Policy
Intentional usage of in-game bugs will be punished based on the severity.
Cheating will always result in a permanent ban.
Teaming will result in a disqualification and a temporary ban.
Players are required to record replays and save them for 7 days. Failure to do this may result in a loss of Prizemoney and/or suspension from future tournaments.
If you have a VAC-ban or Game-ban that is newer than 2 years you may not be allowed to participate. This includes alternative accounts. It does not matter if the ban is on another game.
The Anti Cheat Policy is subject to change at any time and its each user's responsibility to keep themselves updated.