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Starting June 14th

The 2022 Stay Plugged In Summer Series kicks off with its competitive six-week regular season circuit! Teams will battle it out for points based on their placement each week. Teams with the highest totals every two weeks win the bi-weekly payout! Each success will drive your team closer to the Major Finals. Register today to begin your journey to the top of the podium!

Turbo Tuesday

Rocket League

Every Tuesday

  • Swiss Bracket
  • Best of 5
  • Starts at 7 PM ET
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Road to Radiant

Valorant

Every Wednesday

  • Swiss Bracket
  • Best of 1
  • Starts at 7 PM ET
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Watchpoint Weekly

Overwatch

Every Thursday

  • Swiss Bracket
  • Best of 3
  • Starts at 7 PM ET
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6

WEEKS OF PLAY

$3000

INVITATIONAL PRIZING

$200

BI-WEEKLY PRIZING

Week 2 | Teams in the lead

Turbo Tuesday

Doodle Bangers

Road to Radiant

Iron Head Tappers

Week 1 Recap

Turbo Tuesday

Returning teams forming rivalries, new teams stirring the pot, one player launching 36 shots over a 3-game series, and a tiebreaker to determine the winner of Segment 1’s $200 prize pool. A pivotal Week 2 of the Turbo Tuesday Summer Series took place we have so much to talk about. Let’s get right to it. As the final week in Segment 1, all teams pushed a bit more earnestly in an attempt to top the Standings to secure the prize money. To best capture the impact that new teams had in the overall results at the end of the segment, we’ll separate the new teams from returning teams and cover the most head-turning topics of each group.

FULL RECAP HERE

Road to Radiant

The quick two-week segment payout format of the Road to Radiant Summer Series was implemented in a bid to create more games with heightened implications. The layout provides some extra benefits for everyone involved. More frequent high-stake games grant college directors and coaches the unique opportunity to evaluate how potential recruits perform under pressure. This same pressure amplifies the excitement levels for the players during their matches and fans who stop by their streams to watch. In addition, the team earning the most points for a segment will secure $200 in prize money. This money can provide assistance for these prospects in funding their future college endeavors, and their performance can eventually lead to scholarship opportunities to schools that are right for them. We were able to witness all of this manifest in this week’s segment ending tournament.

FULL RECAP HERE

Watchpoint Weekly

As the final block in Segment 1 of the Watchpoint Weekly Summer Series, Overwatch recruits geared up for a final push at the winner-take-all $200 prize. For the student athletes looking for a college esports team to represent, these bi-weekly payouts can assist in future tuition payments. In the process, competitors looking to achieve the segment winning title are consistently growing their in game mastery and communication skills in the process. Players showcasing these skills are who college recruiters typically observe more closely, and as a result connect more frequently with social club invites and scholarship opportunities through Stay Plugged In’s social platform. Teams competing in the Summer Series have already taken the first step in becoming noticed, and in the short term, they had their eyes set on securing the Segment win. The action took place this past Thursday. Let’s dive into the details.

FULL RECAP HERE

How it Works

Get Points.

Climb the Leaderboards

Each week there will be the opportunity to compete in a three round swiss bracket where teams are given points based on final placement

Various games and nights will have creator and broadcast coverage

Full leaderboards, stats, and media content to highlight all the action

Points | 3-0 = 101 PTS | 2-1 = 70 PTS | 1-2 = 40 PTS | 0-3 = 15 PTS

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