3.1. Equipment Provided by the Organizer
MET will provide the hardware listed below for all participating players and players may only use the provided devices.
3.1.1. PC & Monitor / Table & Chairs / Voice System
MET will select and determine all provided electronics with their sole discretion.
3.2. Player / Team Equipment
Player or Squad can use his/her own peripherals within the tournament arena. However, MET is not obliged to provide the following devices to the player, the player or the team must prepare the devices on his/her own. IF a player or a squad is unable to prepare her/her own peripherals for the tournament, player can inform MET to provide the following peripherals 7 days before the tournament date. MET will provide the following peripherals, but any conditions or problems caused from the devices given will be player’s responsibility.
- Earphone or Headset (3.5mm jack or USB)
Peripherals that may provide an unfair advantage to anyone may not be used in the tournament. In addition, any peripherals that may hinder security, safety or operational efficiency will be prohibited by MET discretion. MET shall notice the changes to all the teams and players should understand and must cooperate with the MET.
3.3. Change of Equipment
Player can request for a technical checkup whenever a player thinks there is a technical problem with his/her peripherals at any time. By request, referee can check, confirm and fix the problem by replacing the peripherals with problems. All decisions regarding the replacing of the device will be solely on the discretion of the referee.
However, if a problem is found with peripherals during the match, it will be considered that the player had enough time to set up the equipment but did not check the equipment during that time. The round will continue with the current peripherals and will be allowed to change for the next round. However, if the player must change the personal peripherals from having a difficulty playing the game, any death, hits or disadvantage that may happen during the time will not be compensated.
3.4. Player Attire
All players must wear the official uniform provided by Cooler Master before, during and after the match and interviews and may not wear any other clothes at those times. Players are not permitted to wear other attire other than the official uniform provided by Cooler Master unless it was pre-approved from MET. MET will call the judgments about the appropriateness of attire of the players and both teams and players must accept the changes needed followed by the judgment. Only in special circumstances, a player may request the needs to MET. MET will determine with reasonable discretion.
Change of uniform due to changing or addition of sponsor must be pre-approval from the MET and the change should not harm the tradition and identity of the team.
※ If you violate the dress code above, you will be given a warning.
3.5. Use of Software
No player can install any program in the tournament PC. Only the installed programs can be used.
3.5.1. Voice Chat
Players can use the voice chat programs provided by the MET, any other programs are prohibited. However, when there is a problem in the provided voice chat system, by the judgment of referees, other programs may be used and MET will monitor the voice chat of all team.
3.5.2. Use of Voice Chat
MET may record squad’s voice chat during the tournament and can be used for reasoning a problem and must understand and agree on making another broadcasting programs based on squad’s voice chat.
3.5.3. Unnecessary Programs
Players can only use authorized programs which includes “PUBG Corporation” and “STEAM” from the tournament PC and may not use any other programs. However, programs that is allowed by the MET may be installed and applied with the agreement from the referee and MET.
3.5.4. Social Media and Network
Posting of confidential internal information and photos on the site, into any social media network or internet websites such as the followings using tournament PC is prohibited. This includes all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.), online community posts, e-mail and instant messages.
3.5.5. Unnecessary Devices
Player are prohibited from connecting any unnecessary devices such as cellphones, USB, or MP3 player to the tournament PC.
3.6. Another Players’ Equipment
After the match starts, a player may not touch or use another player’s peripherals based on one’s discretion and the player must request aid from the referee.