What’s a Virtual Competition?
As part of a virtual competition, the person who has won the virtual game or virtual game mode, or has won it on the game’s main menu, wins the prize.
If the person has won more than one virtual game, they also win the prize and the trophy.
What does this mean?
In a virtual game of League of Legends, a player may win prizes by winning, losing, or taking more than 50% of their opponent’s total health, and the winner’s champion gets a special champion skin.
A player may also win by winning multiple matches, or by winning by winning all matches in a row.
The winner is then crowned champion.
In a virtual tournament, a team of players compete in the virtual arena in a bid to win a prize.
A virtual game is best viewed in fullscreen mode, where the player is able to move freely, move around freely, and shoot and shoot, and also is able take damage, but cannot block and block again.
How to watch a virtual online competition?
A player may view a virtual gaming competition by choosing a player on the matchmaking panel.
In the Matchmaking panel, a matchmaker may select a player by showing them an icon next to the player’s name, or, in a game mode where they can see their team leader, by using a tool such as the League of Legend Matchmaking Tool.
The Matchmaking tool will show a number of icons representing the number of matches a player has played, and will display an icon to indicate that the match is a virtual match.
To view a match, select the icon next the player name in the Matchmaker panel.
The player can then choose to view the match by clicking on the icon that appears.
When the match ends, the player will receive an announcement on the Match Matchmaking Panel, where they may click on the number to see their match history, or see what players on their team won and lost.
The match may be paused, and when it is over, the game will start again.
The game can be paused at any time, and after a player’s match ends they can start the match again, if they choose to do so.
If they choose not to start a match again within the time specified in the matchmaker, the match will continue until the match has been completed.
If a player loses a match due to the loss of a character, the character may be revived as long as the match was played before the character died.
If an opponent is killed, the opposing team can take control of the character and revive the character in the same manner as in a normal match.
A spectator may watch all matches, and can use a camera that is placed over the player to look around the arena.
The spectator will also be able to watch the matches using the camera.