Playing Duel Tournaments in For Honor

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How does the Duel Tournaments system work?

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In this article, you will find out how to start a Duel Tournament, how the rank and rewards system works and what happens in case of a disconnect.

How can I play Duel Tournaments?
How does the rank system work?
What happens if I have been disconnected from a Tournament match or leave voluntarily?
How does the reward system work for winners and other participants?


How can I play Duel Tournaments?
Players who reached Reputation 1 can enter Duel Tournaments, available during the weekend. Ranked Duel matches can also be played outside of Tournaments.

Select Duel Tournament through the multiplayer activities and you will be sent to the Tournament matchmaking.

Once the matchmaking is completed, you will be assigned to a pool and you will start playing in the qualifier phase that will lead into the playoff phase.

Tournaments can have between 1 and 8 pools, depending on the number of players participating. Each pool contains 4 players.

Qualifier Phase
You will be assigned to a pool with 3 other players. You will fight against the 3 opponents of your pool one after the other during this phase.

Each victory or tie will give you points (3 points for a win, 1 point for a tie and 0 point for a loss).

The sum of the points you have accumulated during the qualifier phase will determine your qualifier position inside the pool.
 
Players that did not qualify for the playoff phase are eliminated from the Tournament and can join a new one.

Who gets to go on the Playoff Phase?
- Tournament with 1 pool: everyone in the pool is qualified and goes directly to the playoff semi-finals (results from the qualifiers phase only have an impact on match-ups during the playoff phase).
- Tournament with 2 pools: everyone in each pool is qualified for the playoff quarter-finals (results from the qualifiers phase only have an impact on match-ups during the playoff phase).
- Tournament with 4 pools: the top 2 players of each pool are qualified for the playoff quarter-finals.
- Tournament with 8 pools: the top player of each pool is qualified for the playoff quarter-finals.

Players that do not qualify after the qualifier phase are eliminated from the Tournament and can start matchmaking to join a new Tournament.

The results from the qualifier phase will have an impact on the first match-ups during the playoff phase: players in 1st position will fight against players in 4th position, and players in 2nd position will fight against players in 3rd position.

Losing a match during the playoff phase means you are automatically eliminated (single elimination).  The last player at the end of the Tournament that has not been eliminated during the playoff phase is the winner of the Tournament.


How does the rank system work?
For Honor's ranking system places you into a Division (I-V) of one of the five tier ranks (from lowest to highest):
- Bronze Division, Tiers I to V 
- Silver Division, Tiers I to V 
- Gold Division, Tiers I to V 
- Platinum Division, Tiers I to V 
- Diamond Division, Tiers I to V
- Master Division
- Grand Master Division

A player's rank evolves after every completed Tournament match and will be based on your personal performance. Players will be given an initial rank based on their performance through 20 qualification matches.

Once you have completed Tier V of the Diamond Division, you will be promoted to the Master Division where you can progress by improving your Skill Rating. The top 100 Master Division players will ascend to the Grand Master rank.

Please be advised that in Duel Tournaments, all gear stats are disabled in order to support a fair ranking system.


What happens if I have been disconnected from a Tournament match or leave voluntarily?
Any player that abandons or leaves a Tournament in progress will be penalised with a severe ranking penalty as well as a timed matchmaking penalty.

Note that you can safely leave the Tournament matchmaking at any moment without penalty when in queue for a new Tournament. You can also safely quit a Tournament once your team is eliminated.

In case of disconnection, you can safely reconnect to your current Tournament once.

After the game reconnects you to the Tournament, you will be sent back to the Tournament lobby. You won’t be able to rejoin the current match in-progress but you will be able to continue once the next match is ready.

If you are disconnected for more than 10 minutes, or more than once, you will be considered as having abandoned the Tournament and will receive the penalties.


How does the reward system work for winners and other participants?
The rewards available to the competitors are divided in 4 tiers: Legendary, Hero, Versatile and Commander.

You will receive exclusive rewards from one of those tiers based on:
- how far you've reached in each Tournament
- the Hero you have used
- the previous rewards you have already claimed

Winning a Tournament guarantees a reward and each Ranked match win now grants players a small chance of receiving a reward.

Tournament rewards prioritise the last played Hero in that Tournament. For example, if you played the Kensei during all qualifier matches and played the Warden during the finals, you will get a Warden reward.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!

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