- You must be able to see the stacker, mat, timer, and cups (the same angle that is used in sanctioned WSSA competitions is best). Seeing the stacker’s head is preferred but not required.
- Video should only show the attempt you are submitting for that event. When you upload your video to YouTube there is a simple editing tool that lets you trim the video if needed.
- You must also have a way to show the camera your time at the beginning and end of your attempt. Use a Tournament Display or show the camera your timer before and after you stack. Give time for the judge to see your time set at zero and leaving them a few seconds afterwards to see your ending time after your hands come off the timer or you show the timer to the camera.
- Each stacker will be provide a tournament ID. You have to write this ID on a piece of paper and have it visible to the camera while you stack for each event within the match. If you submit a video where the code is either not visible or doesn’t match up, it will be scratched.
This online tournament will follow the same rules and guidelines as a sanctioned WSSA tournament where possible being online.
For new stackers, please us the links to the left to learn the sport stacking rules.
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org