I. How to Join

  • Registration
    • Register HERE to show your intent to participate in this tournament
    • Registration ends on January 30, 2022 (12:00 MN)
  • Qualifiers
    • A registered Cabal M Guilds who is the highest-ranking in one of the Guild Mission Festival Qualifiers
      • 1st Qualifiers – December 16 to 30, 2021
      • 2nd Qualifiers – January 13 to 27, 2022.
    • They are not part of the G.R.i.T. Server Representative Finalist
  • Elimination
    • The registered highest-ranking guild of each GMF Qualifier of each server will fight each other for the Server Representative using their own accounts and equipment for the 3 match battles (1v1 challenge, 3-man Tag team battle, and an all-out 5v5 Team Challenge).
    • All server representatives will fight each other for the GMF Finals and will be part of the Nevareth League Championship

II. Tournament Team Requirements

  • An active team cannot have duplicate Battle Classes
    • ONLY one (1) Battle Class per team
    • A player is bound to play 1 battle class for the team
    • A player may only play for one guild and one server
  • A guild’s tournament team must consist of 5-8 members (at least 5 main players and max 3 substitutes)
  • Players should be in the same guild
  • The guild must be at least level 4 to qualify
  • All team members should be at least 180
  • Players should have a stable internet connection
  • Players have their own device (Tablets are allowed, emulators are strictly forbidden)
  • A player must be at least 18 years old


Matches between guilds are via Round Robin

  • This type of match format will apply in every stage of the tournament from server representative and GMF Representative Finals.
  • The total points gained by the guild in every phase of the tournament will determine the ranking of each guild and will be the basis for advancement in the tournament ladder.

Point System

  • Points revert to zero whenever the tournament progresses. Ex. Points from the first Elimination round will not be carried over to the Championship round.
  • Tiebreaker. In the event of a tie, the number of round wins will break the tie for a match or determine the guild ranking for 2 or more tied guilds. 
    • The wins indicated in this rule is every round match they won will count as 1 point. 
    • Example #1. Team A clean swept the 1v1 and 3-man tag team round but Team B won the 5v5 round. The winner for this match will be Team A because they had more accumulated round wins. They had a total of 5 wins (2 from 1v1 and 3 from the 3-man Tag Team) versus the 5v5 guild who only won 1 round. 
    • Example #2. When more than 2 guilds are tied in the ranking, these guilds will be ranked a second time based on the total number of wins from all their matches.
  • Teams gain points in every win in each round against other guilds. Below is how points are earned in each round. Click the thumbnail to see the reference image.

Match Flow

  • Round Duration
    • 1v1 and 3-man Tag Team (5 minutes)
    • 5v5 (5 minutes)
  • Match Flow. Each round-robin match will progress in this manner.


  • Lineup submission
    • Lineup per match format and tournament phase must be submitted before 7:00 PM (GMT+8) of the day prior to the match day.
    • Lineup submitted will be used throughout the matchday
    • Changes to the line-up can be done a day before a match. If there are no changes to your team’s line-up just inform the Tournament Marshal of this fact.
    • Line-up substitution on the day of the match may be allowed 30 minutes before the match if the guild has a valid reason approved by the PlayPark Tournament Committee (Possible Valid reasons may include: Unscheduled Power Outage, Unscheduled Internet Outage, etc.)
  • Resolution for Missing members
    • A guild can continue to fight without a missing member if they chose to do so.
    • If two (2) or more members fail to arrive at their scheduled match, the present complete team will be declared as the automatic winner.
  • Lineup Limitations
    • A participant may not fight in both the 1v1 and 3-man Tag Team round
    • There are no restrictions on who from the team can participate in the 5v5 Round
    • Example. A participant can play in both the 1v1 and 5v5


Violation or non-compliance of any of the limitations will be disqualified for that round and result in a win for their opponent.

  • Not Allowed: Titles, and Battle Modes 1, 2 & 3
  • No HP Related Potions
  • Spectators are not allowed on the tournament map
    • All accounts caught in the Tournament Arena will be automatically banned until they file an e-support appeal ticket for the release
    • If the account is associated with a guild participating in the GRiT tournament, the guild suffer a 10 points penalty from their standing score
    • Penalties can change depending on the severity
  • Buff’s limitations. All active buffs must only come from an active participant. This means, no other buff may be obtained from a non-active participant source.
    • All buffs originating from any other source are not allowed and will result in a skill foul.
    • Buffs from other members of the guild that are not actively participating in that round are not allowed.
    • Ex. in the 5v5 round, the other 3 members who will not be fighting are not allowed to buff their active guildmates.

VI. TOURNAMENT ARENA: Arcane Trace Center


  • Zoning Foul – This is defined as moving your character in an unauthorized area or refusing to follow move orders issued by the GM in-game.
    • 1st Offense: Warning
    • 2nd Offense: Team Disqualification
  • Striking Foul – This covers striking your opponent before the tournament marshal says “FIGHT” or striking any of the Tournament Marshals in-game.
    • 1st Offense: Warning
    • 2nd Offense: Team Disqualification
  • Technical Foul – This is any violation of the requirements, match flow, line-up management, tournament accounts improper use, limitations, and general rules.
    • 1st Offense: Warning
    • 2nd Offense: 1 point reduction
    • 3rd Offence: Match Loss
  • Skill Foul – This is defined as using skills in the tournament area before the countdown by the head marshal.
  • Conduct Foul – This is defined as engaging in any behavior that is unsportsmanlike and includes excessive profanity or violence against property or individuals including the marshals. The penalty for this is Team Match Disqualification.
  • Title Foul – the presence of any title during the match will result in round disqualification
  • Battle Mode Foul – Usage of Battle Mode 1, 2, or 3 during the match will automatically disqualify the round
  • Item Foul – Usage of Frontier Stone and/or any HP related potion during the match will result in round disqualification
  • Resurrection Foul – resurrect on the spot during the match, players should wait for the signal before they resurrect or proceed back to the area
  • Disclaimer – Foul penalties may change depending on the severity


  • Any technical difficulties during the match, the captains shall arrive with a decision. If in any case, no mutual decision has been made, the tournament marshal has the FINAL SAY.
  • Only the team captain can amend any technical issues during the match and can be addressed the same day ONLY.
  • All game disconnection/interruption that will happen past the 1-minute mark will not be entertained by the tournament marshal.
  • If one (1) or two (2) members are disconnected before the 1-minute mark of an ongoing tournament and if there are no casualties in both teams, the affected match will restart. 
    • However, the match will continue and the disconnected members will be considered dead for that round.


  • Any tournament related appeals will be reviewed & deliberated by Tournament Committee 
    • Guild Representatives can appeal, call attention to an issue and report anything about the tournament to the tournament marshal assigned to their guild. This marshal will then in turn coordinate with the rest of the tournament team on how the concern will be addressed.
    • All issues and concerns filed the day after the tournament will not be entertained
  • By participating in this tournament, you hereby agree and abide by the rules & regulations set by the Cabal M Nevareth League and the PlayPark Tournament Committee.
  • Participating in the tournament also gives PlayPark, Cabal M, and its affiliates the right to record, use, and distribute photos, videos, and media material collected from participants of the tournament.
  • The tournament facilitator will call all the fouls, warnings, and decisions during the tournament. All issues and concerns should be addressed during the match day, any concerns raised the following day will not be entertained.
  • Stopping, Halting, Time-outs, and any other match interruption can only come from the Tournament Marshal. An ongoing match must resume unless a Tournament Marshal intervenes. 
  • Players are expected to behave in a respectful and sportsmanlike manner at all times.
  • Teams/members of the team exhibiting unruly conduct will be disqualified, handing the opposing team the match.
  • Employees, suppliers, and service providers of PlayPark and their relatives up to the second degree of consanguinity are disqualified from joining any stage, including the finals, of any CABAL M Nevareth League and any of its sub-tournaments. This also includes the use of characters they own and accounts they maintain.
  • Premium Item Rewards are set to Character or Account Binding to the declared account
  • PlayPark has the right to hold and not give all prizes to disqualified teams.
  • The decision of the Tournament Marshals and the Tournament Committee is FINAL.

Tournament Rules and prizes are subject to change without prior notice.