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How to Organize a Game Tournament in the Metaverse?

Organize a Game Tournament in the Metaverse
How to Organize a Game Tournament in the Metaverse?
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Gaming tournaments can be a lot of fun, and it’s a great way to meet new people in the Metaverse, whether you’re hosting one of your own or just watching one. However, if you want to organize a Metaverse Game Tournament, there are a handful of rules of thumb that you must follow. In the following article, we will go over some of the important tips for making it go as smoothly as possible.

Hosting your Tournaments

Hosting your tournaments can be a rewarding experience of which people will be very appreciative. However, organizing something requires a lot of energy on your part and from the contestants` side. Because of that, you’ll have to ensure that the total prize value you offer is worth it. So please don’t rush into things; you’ll want to ensure that you can advertise it well in advance and that enough people are interested in your event from the ground up.

Competition and Prizes

It’s important not to give out too many prizes; otherwise, people may no longer be attracted by the prospect of the competition. Therefore, if you’re giving a prize for every slot in an event, try to make it unique and special. So if you’re offering things such as virtual currency or “White Lotus Tokens,” then make sure they are exclusive to your event.

Metaverse Meetings

Creating a metaverse meeting is one of the best ways to advertise your tournament. Moreover, it gives you the chance to meet with other members of the Metaverse and exchange ideas. You can do this by visiting groups such as “Metaverse Arcade” and talking with people on general channels. You may also be able to post advertisements in the Virtual Plaza, and you should do this at least a day in advance.

How to Best Organize a Game Tournament in Metaverse?

Organize a Game Tournament in the Metaverse

The Setup

Your tournament setup will depend on the type of competition being held. For example, if you are in a competitive game such as Counter-Strike, where every player wants to win, you should aim to have the best possible hardware that both players can use. To ensure players have an equal chance, there should be at least a minimum number of competitors for each game, depending on the game itself.

Rules and Instructions

You should already have a set of instructions on how to play the game you are hosting, but you’ll also want to ensure that these instructions are in your Virtual Plaza and constantly updated. This should include the tournament format, such as:

  • the number of rounds or matches, 
  • the number of players, 
  • the types of maps and settings used for each round, 
  • any special restrictions such as time limits or weapon bans.

Sign-ups and Entries

Once you have a list of who is playing and the details of how the tournament will be played, you should post it on your website or webpage. You can also run social media campaigns to ensure everyone in the Metaverse knows about your event. The best way to get people to sign up is usually with an incentive, such as: 

  • virtual currency, 
  • a discount on something in the Metaverse, 
  • or an invitation code for your tournament.

Check-in time

When the tournament starts, everyone should check-in in their usual way. Then everyone in the tournament should be checked off as playing so that you know who’s done what and when. You can manually add which players are still participating by logging into the tournament with a bot if necessary.


Once all of the matches/games/rounds have been completed, you will need to score them to find out who is winning and ensure that your match results are recorded correctly. You’ll then need to add the scores to your database and make sure you use the correct format, depending on whether it’s a head-to-head or round-robin tournament.


Once someone is finished with a round, they should immediately update the tournament database. You should go into your tournament, and if there are any changes to the information you have entered, you should make those changes at this point.

Finalizing Results

Once all the matches are done, you should review them and ensure everything is correct. If there are any issues, they should be resolved immediately. At this stage, you can start setting up the prizes and talk to your sponsors if necessary.

Closing ceremony

Once your tournament is done, and the scores are final, you should end it with a closing ceremony that can be as simple or elaborate as you want. This should include the presentation of any prizes or gifts and any speeches you may want to give. You can also use this moment to set up your next tournament and maybe a competition for a t-shirt or your virtual currency.


It’s essential to make sure that everyone who participated in the tournament is made aware of how they did, but also make sure that they know where they can find the results so they can compare their scores with other players. You can also ensure that the prize is given out as soon as possible. Also, do not forget to thank all of your sponsors for supporting you.