1. Rules In General

1.1 Game Mode and General Information

The PUBG Invitational - Powered by Auzom is a squad tournament with 4-man teams. Each match day will consist of 4 rounds. The match time for the SPI is Friday 20:00 CET for EU and 8:00 EST for NA.

Teams are expected to be present for check-in 30 mins before the match goes live.

The matches will be played on Erangel.

Week 1: 09.03.2018
Week 2: 16.03.2018
Week 3: 30.03.2018
Week 4: 06.04.2018

1.2 Sign-up

All participating teams received an invite.

1.3 Casting & Broadcasting

Auzom reserves exclusive right to the spectator coverage of all its PUBG events.

The official stream will run with an 8 minute delay.

Streaming your POV of the PUBG Invitational is only allowed if streamed on Players can’t stream their matches on any other streaming platform.

1.4 User Behaviour

We wish to ensure that from day one all participants within the Auzom PUBG events act and respond to user and staff content in a constructive and responsible manner.

Whilst all users have the right to express their own opinion, it is expected that members will respond to or create content on the Auzom system in a mature and non-abusive way. By registering to this system you have agreed to not post any abusive, illegal, obscene, vulgar, slanderous, hateful, threatening, racist, or sexually oriented materials whether depicted in media or text.

Auzom and its partners also have many public access areas such as its public Discord channel, stream channels and its chat rooms that are provided for your enjoyment. People that are deemed to be breaching the rules while using these services will be removed for a time period at the sole discretion of the admin team. The official language for the Auzom network is English. This will be the only language used for communication between teams.

All rules listed by PUBG Corp in their Rules of Conduct also apply in Auzom events. Violation of these rules will result in penalties that are decided by the staff on a case-by-case basis.

1.5 Sportsmanship

The Auzom PUBG events are part of an competitive esports community and as such all members joining this system are required to show good sportsmanship when competing in any of its events. No team or member of a team has the right to degrade or talk down to another player or team based on its ability or skill level. Breaches of these rules, even outside of Auzom's network, can come with penalties/disciplinary measures as all members of the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds community are welcomed and encouraged to compete at whatever level they can achieve and we expect all members to encourage and support others in achieving the highest standard of competitiveness possible.

1.6 Nicknames, Team Names, URL Aliases and Logos

We reserve the right to edit Nicknames and/or URL aliases, if they fail to comply with the following requirements. Nicknames/aliases/logos/avatars are forbidden if they:

  • are protected by third-party rights and the user has no written permission
  • resemble or are identical to a brand or trademark, no matter whether it has been registered or not
  • resemble or are identical to a real person other than themselves
  • are nonsense

In addition to the above, any nicknames/team names/aliases/logos that are purely commercial (e.g. product names), defamatory, pejorative, offensive, vulgar, obscene, inciting hatred, or offending against good manners are forbidden. Using alternative spelling, gibberish or wrong spelling in order to avoid the requirements mentioned above is prohibited. We reserve the right to extend, change, exchange or delete these rules if necessary.

1.7 League Slot Ownership

The slot owned by a team is for them only and cannot be given away. In case of roster changes, teams disbanding, or any other major changes to a team the staff will review case-by-case who will retain the slot.

2. Server Settings


Cosmetics Multiplier: 0x
AR Multiplier: 1.5x
Crate Drop: Default
Circle Settings: Modified
Red Zone: Off
Weather: Sunny
Perspective: First-Person Perspective (FPP)

3. Managing and Matching

3.1 Check-In Procedure

Team Leaders must be present on the Auzom discord 30 minutes before the round starts. The Team Leader will receive the appropriate discord role to complete the check-in procedure.

The Check-In Procedure will be handled as follows:

  • An Auzom PUBG admin will post in the channel dedicated to the server lobby when check-in starts and what channel to join
  • Team leader must join the Check-In channel 30 minutes before the match start
  • Admin will start doing a roll call to finalize the Check-In

If a team leader is not present and/or have not completed check-in within 10 minutes, their team's spot may be forfeited. Additionally, the team might receive a No Show strike.

All teams must be present in their designated voice channel for the duration of the event. If a team does not use Discord for communication, the team leader must be in their Discord channel to allow swift communication of admin decisions.

3.2 Joining Server

All required information pertaining to joining the server and the slot each team is assigned will be posted by an Auzom PUBG Admin in the text channel dedicated to each server lobby. The server information must be handled discreetly. Sharing the informations with non-participants is prohibited.

3.3 Player Restrictions and Instructions

  • Region Restrictions: A team must always have at least 2 players playing from within the region in any given match. If a team plays a match with more than 2 players from outside the region, the scores of that match will not be counted towards the final score of the team.
  • Minimum active roster size: A team must consist of at least 4 rostered players to be eligible to compete.
  • Maximum active roster size: A team may not have more than 6 players on their active roster.
  • A team must submit their roster with at least 4 players, after that a team can add up to 2 players, but not surpass the 6 player maximum.
  • A player may not lend their account to another player for the purpose of competing.
  • A player may only be registered to one (1) team at a time.

3.4 No Show

The following situations can result in a No Show strike for a team:

  • The team is not present during Check-In
  • The team is not on server when round starts
  • The team did not field at minimum 3 players during the round at any time

3.5 In-Game Rules

  • No pauses are allowed during a round
  • The rounds will be played back to back and the teams have to join the new match lobby as soon as possible
  • A team must play with at least 3 players in any given match. If less than 3 players join the server in time, the remaining players will be kicked and will have to sit out that round. The team can join the next round with 3 players or more. If a player disconnects while the game is running, they will have to sit out that round.

4. After the Match / Round

4.1 Point System


Round points: The point system for a round.
Round score: The points earned by a team based on their performance.
Match: A match consists of several rounds.
Match score: The total points earned for all the rounds played.

Round Points system

+ 7 point/kill
1st place: 190 points
2nd place: 158 points
3rd place: 132 points
4th place: 111 points
5th place: 94 points
6th place: 80 points
7th place: 68 points
8th place: 57 points
9th place: 47 points
10th place: 38 points
11th place: 30 points
12th place: 23 points
13th place: 17 points
14th place: 12 points
15th place: 8 points
16th place: 5 points

4.2 Feedback

Any participant is free to provide feedback in the pubg-feedback and pubg-team-leaders channels on Discord or through any other channels. Please provide as much detail in the feedback as possible. The more constructive feedback we receive the better we can adjust and improve our events.

4.3 Replays

Replays have to be enabled in the in-game settings and can be requested at all times. The replays of Auzom events need to be saved for two weeks. In order to keep them, they have to be saved locally.

To find the replays press "Windows Key + R" and type "%localappdata%\TslGame\Saved\Demos". Click OK, that opens a folder which contains all replays. Zip the folder of the correct replay and place it in an "Auzom" folder on your device. In case your replay is requested, send in the zip file via the given Google Form.

Replay requests will be done each week, where randomly selected players will be asked to send their replays.

Any player that fails to provide replays in under a week upon request will be suspended from playing in Auzom events.

First offense: Suspended for 1 week.
Second offense: Suspended for 2 weeks.
Third offense: Suspended for 3 weeks.

5. Prizes

The prizepool for the PUBG Invitational is 12,500 US Dollars per region, the pool will be split as follows:

1st Place: $5,000
2nd Place: $3,000
3rd Place: $2,000
4th Place: $1,000
5th Place: $600
6th Place: $400
MVP: $500

The delivery of the prizes will be handled by and is not under the responsibility of Auzom.

6. Previous Bans

Previous bans will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Players with previous bans will be put in "quarantine" and can not participate in Auzom events until their case is reviewed and a decision has been made. When players are allowed to play after review they will be asked to record their matches and keep the recordings. Recordings can be requested of them at all times. Not being able to deliver the recordings will result in penalties.

7. Bug Usage/Cheating

Cheating is unacceptable in all forms. Additionally, any use of glitches in the game is strictly prohibited. Players and teams caught cheating and/or glitching will face penalties on a case-by-case basis.

8. Penalties

The admin team will penalize or sanction players/teams for breaking rules or for unwanted behaviour. The admin team will handle each case individually and will review everything case-by-case at their sole discretion.

9. Rule Overrides

The Auzom Admin team reserves the right to override any rules stated above if a situation requires it. This rule will only be exercised in extreme situations where the standard ruling is not deemed either sufficient and/or fair. What is considered as "extreme situation" is at the sole discretion of the admin team.