Rocket League


Street Fighter V
Rocket League
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  • All players must be over 16 years of age to participate.
  • All players on a team must come from the same country.
  • Online qualifiers can be played on PS4 or PC.
  • Offline events will be played exclusively on PC.


Is there an age restriction to play in the Intel World Open?

All participants have to be over 16 years of age.

How are Home Countries and Regions determined?

A player’s home country is the country where their main place of residence is (proven by legal registration or long-term visa in connection with evidence of long-time habitation - 90-day visas are not enough). Players may not change their home country for the duration of the current edition of the IWO. Home regions for each country are determined in the competition’s rulebook and vary depending on the game. All players on a team must have the same home country.

Do I have to physically be in my home country to play in the online qualifiers?

No. However, online matches have to be played from the region of the competition or qualifier they belong to. An exception to this rule is only possible by written consent from ESL. It can only be granted if the participant can explain and prove having a valid reason to play from elsewhere.

Intel World Open Tokyo Logo

Thank you all for joining us on this journey to bring esports to the global community ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. In light of ongoing COVID-19 developments, we have made the difficult decision to reschedule the March 21 Intel World Open online qualifiers for Street Fighter V out of respect for the global esports and gaming communities.

Rescheduling the start date allows us time to properly plan for all contingencies before launching the tournament to ensure we deliver the best possible experience to our players and fans possible.

While we were looking forward to this as much as you were, the health and safety of our players, fans, partners, staff and their families is our top priority. We feel it is best to allow some additional time to prepare for a great competition.

This means the online qualifier for Street Fighter V, which was planned to kick off on March 21, will now shift to May 2. Both Street Fighter V and Rocket League online qualifiers will now start on May 2.