Posted May 6, 2021 by Adam Ghiggino in Feature
 
 

Tony Hawk’s Ultimate Jam tournament opens to Aussies


A new Aussie tournament for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is on the way, thanks to esports team ORDER and Activision, calling on players to submit their most creative and entertaining runs for a special broadcast on FUEL TV and 7plus.

Tony Hawk tragics can submit video of their best runs via an online form, to enter in the competition to be part of the broadcast, which will run weekly from 6 June. The final two weeks of the broadcast will showcase the grand finals, where the top entrants will have to take on new challenges to compete for the top prize, a Tony Hawk signed Birdhouse deck. Entry submissions will also receive a prize, a unique code to unlock one of four in-game items in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2.

The categories for submissions are:

 

JAM  COMBO SPEEDRUN CREATE-A-PARK
Put your skills to the test and come up with the best trick attack score on the park, Warehouse.

You’ll have 2 minutes to accumulate as many points as possible (no overtime). 
In this challenge you’ll need to get your highest score possible with a single combo in a run on the park, School.

2 minute time limit on your combo. Overtime limited to 5 minutes.
In this format, you will need to submit your fastest speed run on the part, Warehouse..

Show off your design skills with this format. A panel of judges will determine the best parks based on skate-ability, aesthetics and innovation.
The top 4 of each week will go into playoffs.  The top 4 of each week will go into the playoffs. The top 16 submissions will qualify for the finals where each week a new map will be designated. Each week we’ll be showcasing the best parks.
16 qualifiers. 1 winner. 16 qualifiers. 1 winner. 16 qualifiers. 1 winner. 12 qualifiers. 1 winner.

Submissions close at 11:59 PM AEST on 15 June – for further details and to submit entries, check out the ORDER website.


Adam Ghiggino

 
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