Create a unique username, input your email, create a password
Create a contest, select the gaming console, the game, how many players (contestant gamers) participating in the contest, the entry fee for the contest (make sure you have enough in your Account Funds), and read the rules for the game and the general contest rules. Press Create and a contest will be created and a unique contest invite link.
Share unique contest invite link to anyone you would like to challenge in the game contest and whoever clicks on the "REQUEST" button will show up on your Contest Request List for you to confirm. The person who is requesting to participate in the contest against you must sign up to have an account if they dont already.
After sharing your contest invite link, you will be notified on your Gamer Contest Acccount Inbox or check your Contest Request List page to see if any gamers are requesting to be part of the contest. Confirm any gamers that you would like. Once gamer is confirmed, the gamer making the request will receive a notification saying that their request have been accepted and will be directed to meet you on a private contest board page. Once you confirmed all gamers, meet the other contestant(s) on that private contest board page to begin the contest
At the contest board, you must submit an accurate public live stream or your channel link where the game will be streamed from. (Youtube/YourChannel, Twitch/YourChanel, etc). On the live stream put or add on the title the contest ID (example: gamercontest.com BR243) This way judges can find your contest better in case of a dispute or if need be. The live stream is a contestant's main source of evidence so make sure it is valid and accurate.
All the contestant gamers have been confirmed, can communicate through the contest board live chat and should be getting ready to play. The creator of the contest (Gamer 1) can still cancel the contest and the other contestant gamers can still unjoin or back out the contest BEFORE being on "GO READY" status. Once you all are connected online through the console's gaming network, got the game set up the way it was agreed upon and align with the Game and General Contest Rules, feel comfortable with the connection and are about to start the game then click "GO READY". However, Once you click "GO READY" and all other contestants are "GO READY" as well then you can not solely cancel the contest and they can not unjoin. The contest is on and must continue at that point. Choices at that point would be to submit The Results (winner, draw, or no contest) or Dispute.
After the game is done, contestants will select the Results that reflects the outcome of the game. Either The Winner, a contestant gamer won the game in alignment with the Game and Contest Rules, it was a Draw, all contestant gamers tied in aligment with the game and Contest Rules, or a No Contest, all contest gamers involved agree to just cancel the game for whatever reason and not make it count on their records and entry fee's will be returned to their respective Account Funds. Winner will be notified at the end of the game of their winnings and prize money will be added to their Account Rewards. If it's a draw then the prize money will be split and added to each contestants Account Funds and all contestant gamers will be notified of their equal splits. All records will be updated reflecting such outcomes, except for No Contest results.
If contestant gamers can not agree on an outcome or results (winner, draw, or no contest). Then They can dispute it and allow the judges to review the streams and possibly any other evidence. Dispute the decisions are final and take up to 24 hours to conclude a decision. Disputes will also show up on everyone who is competing in the contests record and having too many may deter other gamers from wanting to compete with you. And if we at Gamer Contest see a contestant gamer continously in disputes in contests that we clearly feel it's obvious there was no reason for it to be disputed and is just trying to be difficult then that gamer may be subject to their account being suspended or terminated. We encourage contestant gamers to be able to try communicate first to see if they can come to an agreement or understanding before disputing a contest.