Beyond Call of Duty 2v2 S&D Player Guide

By: Beyond Entertainment | May 1st, 2018

Welcome Call of Duty competitors! We’re excited to be offering multiple tournament experiences for COD: WW2 alongside ASTRO Gaming, so here’s a brief guide to get you up to speed and ready to compete! Don’t forget to join our Discord for questions and info. Good luck, and have fun!

Fill Your Roster:

In order for your team to be accepted into a Beyond Tournaments bracket, you must have a complete roster. For our Call of Duty 2v2 Search and Destroy tournaments, you’ll need a full roster of (2) players. Below is an example of a completed team page.

In addition, both players must add their PSN ID to their personal tournament profile. If both members of your team have not registered correct PSN IDs, the team will be removed from the bracket before tournament start.


If you do not have 2/2 players, both with correct PSN IDs, you will be unable to compete.

Follow Your Bracket:

For team-based tournaments, all teams are responsible for finding their respective opponents and completing their match at the scheduled time. Below, you’ll find an example of the bracket page. Make sure to set your profile’s time zone so the bracket syncs to your clock.

When it comes to reporting matches, you can view your current and previous matches on your team page. Each match has a specific link to a details page. On the match details page, you’ll find the necessary maps/gametypes for the series, as well as options to submit scores (by selecting the winning team) and submit disputes.

Settings & Maps:

Here are the potential maps you’ll be playing in 2v2 Call of Duty S&D:

  • Ardennes Forest
  • London Docks
  • Saint Marie Du Mont
  • USS Texas


After contacting your opponents on PSN, set up a lobby using the Esports Search and Destroy mode and complete your matches.

Submit Disputes:

If you run into an error with your match, your bracket, or your opponents, you can contact the Beyond Staff overseeing the tournament by submitting a dispute on your match details page. If you attempt to contact Beyond via Twitter or non-official dispute channels, you will not be guaranteed a response.

Situations where you should submit a dispute include:

  • Opposing team is a no-show for the match
  • Opposing team has incorrect players or did not show up on time
  • Opposing team is not cooperating in lobby
  • Connection issues, disconnects, and crashes
  • Questions regarding rules, settings, tournament format, etc.


For the most efficient communication and fastest response, submit a dispute on your match details page and we will work out whatever issues you may have. Additionally, if you can provide video evidence (YouTube, PS4 Share) of major disputes, it will help speed up our process and get you through the tournament faster!

Make sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest tournament updates and announcements, and make sure to follow our Twitch channel so you can see Beyond Tournaments broadcasts in 2018!