2 v 2 Double Elimination (Bracketed)
Maximum Team Size: 3 (2 players and 1 subs)
01:30 PM to 04:30 PM
Team(s) Registered: 7 (5 Checked In)
This tournament is now in progress. Only teams that are competing are listed below.
NB: Rules listed in this section are in addition to the Standard Tournament Rules.
This rule set is based on the Ultiduo rule set as provided by OzFortress.
LAN-slide will host dedicated servers for the tournament. A custom “Koth” map will be hosted on a dedicated server. Team captains will be advised of the server to join as per section 5.4.
The tournament requires a team size of exactly two (2) players in any given tournament match.
The following class limits and allowed weapons apply:
1 Medic – Crusader's Crossbow, Ubersaw.
1 Soldier – The Escape Plan.
The following items are specifically banned:
All weapons not specified in section 13.4.
A tournament match is declared won where the point is held for five (5) minutes.
Game type: First Person Shooter
Team size: 2
Last updated: 25th November 2015.
Team Fortress 2 is a team-based first-person shooter multiplayer video game developed by Valve Corporation. It is the sequel to the 1996 mod Team Fortress for Quake and its 1999 remake.
Team Fortress 2 is focused around two opposing teams competing for a combat-based principal objective. In the game's fiction, the teams are composed of mercenaries hired by two feuding brothers to protect the company assets belonging to one brother while trying to destroy those of the other; the teams are thus represented by the names of these companies: Reliable Excavation & Demolition (RED) and Builders League United (BLU). Players can choose to play as one of nine character classes in these teams, each with his own unique strengths, weaknesses, and weapons. Although the abilities of a number of classes have changed from earlier Team Fortress incarnations, the basic elements of each class have remained, that being one primary weapon, one secondary weapon, and one melee weapon. The game was released with six official maps, although 44 extra maps, 9 arena maps, 8 king of the hill maps, and various other map types have been included in subsequent updates. In addition, a number of community assembled maps have been released. When players join a level for the first time, an introductory video shows how to complete its objectives. During matches, "The Administrator", a woman voiced by Ellen McLain, announces various game events over loudspeakers. The player limit is 16 on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. On the PC, in 2008 Valve updated Team Fortress 2 to include a server variable that allows up to 32 players.
Game information and rulesets on this page may differ to the actual rules that were used during the event.