Ok, the guy on the EA forum has posted some updates with that 10 v 10 titan tournament. Their site is just about done, and I'll post it when he gives another update. They are planning on doing the tournament during the 3rd week of August. From the looks of it, this is a very organized tournament. Here is his post. (It's long, but if we do this, we need to read it) Again, their sign-up site isn't done yet, but I'll post when it is. The tournament is also free.
Keeps this up Spade. We need Jak to see it when he gets back.
Tournament Directors: Eliteneo Delbert516 TheKillerJud Zoo
In order to get a working tournament the teams must show sportsmanship. We expect teams to obey rules but also to show flexibility and understanding when problems emerge. The rules can be changed by tournament Admins at any time. The changes will be communicated to tournament participants after they will become effective. Not knowing the tournament rules is never a valid excuse for not following them.
Type of Gameplay: Titan
Number of Maps: 1
Number of Teams: 2
Members per Team: 12 (10 Minimum)
Time Limit: None
Friendly Fire: Yes
Titan Movement: On
Friendly Fire Mines: Yes
Rounds: One - Winner takes all
Map Selection: Random
All players must be signed up via the Shakedown Street sign-up site. If you have players that arenīt signed up and those players play in the tournament the game is forfeited to the opposing clan by default.
PunkBuster will run on each server and ALL matches must be played on the servers provided no match may be played on a private server.
All teams will be required to join and use the provided Teamspeak server on the day(s) of the tournament. Only the team leader is required to be logged on to Teamspeak at any given point. This must be done so that Tournament Staff can communicate with each team. However Voice over IP is allowed. Your team must show up early and must get registered on Teamspeak before the matches begin.
All matches will start after both teams leaders have said "live" in global game chat.
All software and settings considered cheating are forbidden. No cheats or hacks of any kind are to be used. Contestants will be disqualified if they are caught using any cheat or 3rd party "helper" applications.
Taking advantage of known exploits in the game is also considered cheating. Exploits in the game could include without limitation bugs that allow you to hide under obstacles or objects in the game to gain invulnerability. If a Tournament staff member finds that you are cheating you will be disqualified immediately from the Tournament with no recourse for yourself.
If a player switches sides before the round has ended the opponent team will be given a forfeit victory on the round. This rule does not apply to player rejoining the game after disconnection. Screenshot must be taken from this offence and must be sent to the game administrators after the game.
The winning team should take a screenshot of the final result after every round and post it in the forum accordingly. If your team does not take a screenshot of the win credit can not be given to the winning team immediately.
The Tournament rules are subject to change at any time. If any changes to the rules occur you will be notified through the Tournament News page and a Tournament forum post a time stamp will be on any web pages that have been revised.