The rules contained on this page only cover this specific game, please review the MSEL General Competition Rules for information covering all official tournaments.
No additional anti-cheat is required for official matches.
2. Match Procedure
2.1. Series Lengths
Best of 3 (4 races per game)
2.2. Game Lobby
Match lobbies will be hosted in the "Friends" mode by the home team. The lobby host must use the Generation Esports match chat to add members of the Away Team to their Nintendo friends list.
- Mode 150CC Race
- Teams: Team Game
- Items: Normal Items
- Round Time: N/A
- No COM
- Vehicles: All Vehicles
- Create Room
2.3 Team Names
The home team creating the lobby will need to set the names for the two teams participating in the match. Each team name should be either the club's name or the school's name.
- The Home Team will be the Red Team
- The Away Team will be the Blue Team.
2.4 Course Selection
All players select "Random" from the track list
- If a player does not select "Random" and that chosen track is selected, all players must head back to the lobby and restart the course selection process.
Once a race is completed, all players return to the game lobby and select "Random" again to decide the next course.
- Repeat this step until all races are recorded
3. Tournament Rules
3.1. Game Connections
All players taking part in Generation Esports tournaments are required to have a Nintendo Account for the tournament they’re participating in connected to their Generation Esports account in the form of a game connection. All game connection information shown on a team’s roster must match with the accounts in game. Players using different accounts or those not officially on the roster are prohibited from playing in matches. Only one account connection is allowed per game, the use of alternate accounts is prohibited. All account connections are prohibited from being changed after the team has participated in its first match of a tournament’s regular season.
If a player’s name does not match what is shown on their roster, please reach out to an MSEL Administrator through the live chat service for assistance while the game is still being played. Name discrepancy reports will not be accepted after a match has been completed.
3.2. Match Streaming
At the moment there is no ability for a third party to spectate private matches.
3.3. Playoff Qualification
3.3.1. Unplayed Matches
3.4. Playoff Qualification Tiebreakers
There are currently no restrictions in place.
5. Team Rosters
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe team rosters require a minimum of 4 players, and a maximum of 8 players (4 starters and 4 substitute players). Rosters that do not meet or exceed the required number of players will not be allowed to participate in official matches until their roster size meets the set requirements. Player substitutions are prohibited once the races series has started.
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