ASTRONAUTS ROCKET LEAGUE PLAYER GUIDE
Published: November 1, 2018
Author: Beyond Staff
Welcome, Rocket League competitors, to Beyond Tournaments and the ASTRONAUTS circuit! To get you up to speed and ready to battle through bracket, we’ve created the ASTRONAUTS Rocket League Player Guide to explain the tournament platform, tournament procedures, and important info before competing in an event!
To play in Beyond Tournaments you must have a Beyond account – sign up for free now! All of the tournaments are free to enter, so be sure to check out the schedule below for a chance to win some awesome prizes and compete with some of the best players in the world!
ASTRONAUTS Rocket League tournaments are announced on Twitter and the TeamBeyond.net home page. From the tournament landing page, you can register a team and invite additional players to fill your roster.
In order for your team to be accepted into a Beyond Tournaments bracket, you must have a complete roster. For example, in a 2v2 competition, both you and your partner must be enrolled on the roster with correct PSN/Steam info.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR GAMERTAG on Beyond Tournaments.
Before each ASTRONAUTS competition, make sure to read the tournament Rules & Info to find specifics on bracket rules, game settings, and additional pertinent information.
1) Make sure to set your profile’s time zone so the bracket syncs to your clock.
2) Locate the tournament bracket. Beyond will share the bracket link when it goes live at 7pm EST. Follow us on Twitter and join our tournament support Discord for the fastest updates.
3) Find your match by tracking the bracket or viewing your match details page. You can access each match details page by inspecting your team from My Profile.
4) Contact your opponents via Beyond, Discord, or PlayStation Network. After playing your match on the appropriate game settings, submit your results from your match details page (pictured above).
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 receive 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.