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<div class="usermessage"><div align="center" style="cursor:default; user-select:none;"><span style="color:#ffffff">[[File:warningpointer.png|link=]] DM TOURNAMENTS NO LONGER EXIST IN THE GAME [[File:warningpointer.png|link=]]</span></div></div><br><br>
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Battles for DM tournaments are specially adapted and differ from normal games. It’s impossible to enter them by any means other than the registration. It also isn’t possible to invite [[Friends_system|friends]] to those battles and sending someone a direct link to the battle will simply let them log onto the same server, but not view the DM tournament battle.
 
Battles for DM tournaments are specially adapted and differ from normal games. It’s impossible to enter them by any means other than the registration. It also isn’t possible to invite [[Friends_system|friends]] to those battles and sending someone a direct link to the battle will simply let them log onto the same server, but not view the DM tournament battle.
  
'''NOTE:''' It’s impossible to alert battle moderators of violations in the DM tournament using the '''/vote''' command, so any violations have to be recorded on video and reported on the [[Forum]].
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{{Attention|red|'''It’s impossible to alert Battle Moderators of violations in the DM Tournaments using the ''/vote'' command, so any violations have to be recorded and reported on the [[Forum]].'''}}

Revision as of 17:22, 6 January 2018


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Attention! {{{3}}}



DM Tournament.jpg

Deathmatch Tournaments are automatically generated DM battles, with paid registration prior to the start of the battle. They all have a predetermined starting time and battle settings, such as supply usage, duration, micro-upgrades and related.

These battles are available to all players from Warrant Officer 1 and above. The players, who registered in the tournament, are distributed into battles based on their ranks.


DM Loading.jpg

In order to participate in the tournament a player is required to pay a certain amount of crystals, based on their rank, as shown below:

Rank
Price
15 - 25 min
60 min
Rank
Price
15 - 25 min
60 min
IconsNormal 11.png Warrant Officer 1
100 Crystal.png
200 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 21.png Lieutenant Colonel
350 Crystal.png
700 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 12.png Warrant Officer 2
120 Crystal.png
240 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 22.png Colonel
350 Crystal.png
700 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 13.png Warrant Officer 3
150 Crystal.png
300 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 23.png Brigadier
400 Crystal.png
800 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 14.png Warrant Officer 4
170 Crystal.png
340 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 24.png Major General
400 Crystal.png
800 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 15.png Warrant Officer 5
200 Crystal.png
400 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 25.png Lieutenant General
400 Crystal.png
800 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 16.png Third Lieutenant
220 Crystal.png
440 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 26.png General
450 Crystal.png
900 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 17.png Second Lieutenant
250 Crystal.png
500 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 27.png Marshal
450 Crystal.png
900 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 18.png First Lieutenant
270 Crystal.png
540 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 28.png Fieldmarshal
450 Crystal.png
900 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 19.png Captain
300 Crystal.png
600 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 29.png Commander
450 Crystal.png
900 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 20.png Major
320 Crystal.png
640 Crystal.png
IconsNormal 30.png Generalissimo
500 Crystal.png
1 000 Crystal.png

Part of the initial player contribution forms a large initial battle fund, while the rest is gradually added as players fight each others. The resulting fund is much greater than that of normal DM battles, meaning that players have increased opportunities to get a bigger reward from tournaments than from battles. That is, of course, if they can get into the top places of the leader board.


DM tournaments are held daily on various maps and for different ranks. All available tournaments can be seen by clicking the “Tournament DM” header (located at the top of the battles' list on any server). Inside the information window there is a list of today’s tournaments, start time of the registration for the next battle and a countdown for it, plus battle settings. The tournament’s league, or the range of player ranks it will accept, is shown at the bottom-right corner of the map preview image. The league determines the cost of registration and therefore the initial battle fund.


DM Register.jpg

To participate in the next DM tournament, one needs to wait until the start of the registration and press the “Register” button. After that a window will appear on the screen, which will show the number of players, the total fund and a countdown until the start of the match. You can cancel the registration, in which case the crystals will not be deducted from your account. After the registration ends, all players are randomly distributed into battles on various servers. A number of identical private battles are created simultaneously in order to accommodate all registered players.

Every tournament match starts with a warm-up — a 2-minute preparation period during which players can move, shoot and kill each other, although the kills and deaths do not count towards the rating or any other statistics. The preparation is necessary to give all players enough time to load into the map to start the match simultaneously, although it’s also a good opportunity to analyse your enemies and change equipment.

As soon as the warm-up ends, a siren sounds, identical to the one used for a Gold Box, and marks the start of DM match. Crystals are added to the initial battle fund at the usual rate, increasing the total amount by a certain value corresponding to the rank of the player being killed. All bonuses (including Premium) and player statistics are added as usual and do count towards any relevant Daily Missions. Once a battle ends, it does not restart and the map disappears once all players have left.


Battles for DM tournaments are specially adapted and differ from normal games. It’s impossible to enter them by any means other than the registration. It also isn’t possible to invite friends to those battles and sending someone a direct link to the battle will simply let them log onto the same server, but not view the DM tournament battle.


[[File:It’s impossible to alert Battle Moderators of violations in the DM Tournaments using the /vote command, so any violations have to be recorded and reported on the Forum.|50px|link=]]
Attention! {{{3}}}