Tournament Type: Free-For-All (1v1v1v1v1v1v1v1v1v1v1v1)
Starting Date and Time: Sunday, May 3rd @ 12:00 PM EDT
Registration Deadline: Sunday, May 3rd @ 9:00 AM EDT

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I. General
a. Players must have a verified friend code on the Mario Kart Boards registry to play in this tournament.
To check if you have one, click here. If you don’t have one, click here. Once you complete the steps, sign up for this tournament below on this page.
b. CTGP users only, no ISO users allowed. Free choice of tracks, vehicles, characters, and controllers.
c. Each round will consist of 2 GPs (8 races). Grand Finals will be 3 GPs (12 races).
d. Track repicks are -20 points to an individual’s score and tracks reset each round. Track repicks are defined as picking a track that has already been played in your room.
f. A player’s total score will be the total points they scored in the 2 GPs (8 races) during their round.
g. Players who disconnect will receive +3 points per race missed.
h. Rooms prior to the finals are selected based on RNG.
i. In each round, players have 10 minutes to join the room after the start time. Failure to join the room within the allotted time will result in an automatic disqualification.

II. Registration & Disqualifications
a. Players must donate at least £3 to enter the tournament. 100% of donations are going towards the World Health Organization.
a.i. After donating, you may not receive a refund.
b. Players must play with the friend code they registered with. If you need your friend code changed, please contact us before the tournament starts.
c. Players banned from MKPS are prohibited from this tournament. To see the banlist, click here.
d. Performing any of the following actions may lead to a disqualification:
– Major glitches (for a list of banned glitches, refer to the Mario Kart Professional Series ruleset)
– Lookback glitch
– Hacking or exploiting the game with intent to gain an advantage
– Lap-trolling (staying more than a lap behind to receive power items and hit players)
– Co-operating with other players (in-game and/or with voice communication)

III. Hosts
a. Hosts must open the room at the time posted by the tournament organizers.
b. Hosts are responsible for posting the final results of the room.
c. If 3 or more players are missing from the results screen after a race, the race will not count and the room must be restarted.


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Track Availability [Nintendo Tracks]

Specific Engine Class [150cc]

Race Count [4]

Thundercloud Autofire [Normal]

Thundercloud Effect [Normal]

Room Encryption [ON]

Available Vehicles [All Vehicles]

Host Always Wins Vote [OFF]

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Item Rain [OFF]

All Items Can Land [OFF]

Network Data Rate [Normal]

Item Boxes [ON]

Only accept CTGP users? [Yes, CTs On]

Allow My Stuff users? [NO]