Quick Rules

  • Format:
    • Best of Three, Final is Best of Five
  • Game modes:
    • Map 1: Splatzone
    • Map 2: Tower Control
    • Map 3: Rainmaker

  • Map Selection: The higher ranked team has to choose the first map. The loser team of the first map decides about the second map. If needed, the losing team of the second map chooses the third map.
  • Maps: Urchin Underpass, Walleye Warehouse, Saltspray Rig, Arowana Mall, Blackbelly Skatepark, Camp Triggerfish, Port Mackerel, Kelp Dome, Moray Towers, Bluefin Depot, Hammerhead Bridge, Flounder Heights, Museum d'Alfonsino, Mahi-Mahi Resort, Ancho-V Games, Piranha Pit
  • Eligible countries: Please make sure to check out the list of eligible countries before you sign up for the tournament.


Place Go4 Points Prize
medal_gold_3.png 1. 100 Splatoon Merchandise*
medal_silver_3.png 2. 75
medal_bronze_3.png 3. 55
medal_grey.png 4. 55  
medal_grey.png 5-8. 35  
medal_grey.png 9-16. 20  
medal_grey.png 17-32. 10  
medal_grey.png 33-64. 5  

Based on a 64 size cup

*All the prizes will be autographed and illustrated by Splatoon development team, prizes will be randomly assigned.


Looking for your opponent or need help? Join our ESL Splatoon chat on Discord or open a Support Ticket.

For match related problems, open a Match Protest.


Is this your first time? Here are the important steps:

  • Follow the instructions on the right to sign up and check in
  • If check in is enabled, make sure to check in on time
  • Wait for your first match to show up on the right
  • Get in contact with your opponent and play the match
  • Enter the result and ask your opponent to confirm
  • Wait for your next match

Still need help? During the cup, use chat if it is available, otherwise please contact support.

Match related issues must be handled via match protest.

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