Below are the rules relating to the Future Fridays Esports Championships. 

Players, teams and spectators must adhere to these rules or face penalties, at the discretion of TBJ Staff, including, point deduction, Twitch ban, Discord ban or disqualification.

To be eligible to compete in the Future Fridays Esports Championships, teams must:

  • Contain 3 players
  • Consist of players who are all pupils at the same North Lanarkshire secondary school.
  • Have appropriate team and player names.
  • Have approval by a member of staff to compete on the school’s behalf.
  • Agree to abide by the rules and code of conduct for the entire tournament.

BRAVE Agreement

By joining and participating in Future Fridays Esports Championships, you are agreeing to act in accordance with our values:

Be Brave

Have the courage to set an example, to stand up for what is right.

Play Fair

Act with honesty and integrity, win lose or draw.

Happy Talk

Keep your words positive and free from hate.


You are also agreeing to adhere to relevant platform and community rules such as:

Epic Games Community Rules:

Xbox Community Standards:

PlayStation Network Community Rules:

Nintendo Community Guidelines:

Intolerance and Discrimination

The Brave Jnr will not tolerate any form of discrimination and welcomes all people regardless of religion, sexuality, gender identity, nationality, country of origin, ability. Don’t bring down, humiliate, use hateful or abusive language against, or belittle other players or groups. 

Bullying and Harassment

Interacting with others in a way that is predatory, threatening, intimidating, lewd, demeaning, derogatory, invasive of privacy, or abusive is against the rules and will not be tolerated on any platform.

Cheating and Trolling

Play fairly and within the rules of the game. Don’t cheat, grief, team, or exploit bugs and glitches. 

Other people’s data

It is strictly forbidden to share, or threaten to share, the personal information of any other person without their permission, this includes irl name, address, location, school information, alternate account names or any other data that may be considered personal.

Please don’t ask anyone to share their personal info and be careful about who you share your own data with.


Don’t impersonate another person, including players, teachers, TBJ staff, or anyone else.


Matches will be FFA (free-for-all) format, up to 33 teams will compete in one match.

Match type
Trio- Don’t Fill.

Match code
A new match code will be made available each week, close to the match start time on TEAMS and Discord.

Emoting on elims/wins
Don’t do it.


It is strictly against the rule for any team to work together with any other team during a match.




Teams will play out a double elimination bracket over 3 weeks. This will see 6 matches being played per match day.

Match type

Match access
Teams will be provided with a match name and password to join a private match shortly before their match is due to start.



Empowering young people in Scotland to build brighter future through esports.