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1st anniversary tournament event (Beta)

BEGINNERS WELCOME, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Join our first-ever beta test Wingsuit Racing Tournament with open registration for just 24 contestants! For $119, not only do you get a minimum of two adrenaline-pumping, head-to-head flag races (with more if you win), but you also stand a chance to win an exclusive JUMP jacket, winner patches, a T-shirt, and a grand cash prize of $500, all while being part of a locally streamed event. Please note, you must be 13 years or older to participate.

saturday jun. 3rd 2023

  • 1:00 - 9:00 PM
  • Address: 14725 Porter Rockwell Blvd Suite F, Bluffdale, UT 84065
  • $119 Registration Fee
  • Limited to 24 Pilots
  • Light Concessions Included

how to win

hit targets

fastest time

best 3 flights

limited availability!

Don't miss out on this exclusive event– limited to only 24 contestants! Compete head-to-head, win exciting prizes, and be part of a thrilling race - register quickly before spots fill up!

tournament rules

Scoring System

Scoring System: Each pilot can earn a maximum of 420 points per flight based on the following criteria

  • Time: Pilots can earn up to 120 points in this category. One point is deducted from the score for each second of flight time. The timer stops when the parachute is deployed. For example, a flight time of 90 seconds equals 30 points (120 - 90).
  • Gates: Pilots receive 50 points per gate flown through. With six gates possible to hit, pilots can earn up to 300 points in this category.

best of two

Pilots receive two attempts per round. The best score of these attempts is considered for ranking


If a pilot crashes during their descent, their score is labeled as "DNF" (Did Not Finish)

  • DNF flights can still be scored, but no points are awarded for time, putting them at a disadvantage compared to non-DNF flights.


The winner of each race moves onto the next round

  • Bracket winners will have a total of 6 flights, and the sum of their best 3 attempts will form their "Bracket Score".
  • The Grand Prize winner is determined by comparing the Bracket Scores of all bracket winners. The participant with the highest Bracket Score wins.

Frequently asked questions

How is the scoring calculated?

The scoring system is based on two factors: time and gates. Pilots can earn a maximum of 420 points per flight, with up to 120 points for time and 300 points for gates.

What happens if I crash during my flight?

If a pilot crashes during their flight, their score is labeled "DNF" (Did Not Finish). DNF flights can still be scored, but no points are awarded for time.

What are the prizes for the winners?

  • Bracket Winners receive a Bomber Jacket, Notch Peak Patch, and Bracket Winner Patch.
  • The Grand Tournament Winner receives a cash prize (~$500), a "Champion 2023" Patch, and possibly an in-game cosmetic for future tournaments.
  • All participants receive a tournament-styled T-shirt, stickers, and a poster.

What's the schedule for the brackets?

The tournament features three time periods: Afternoon (1:00pm to 1:30pm), Afternoon (4:00pm to 4:30pm), and Evening (7:00pm to 7:30pm). There are two pilots every 10 minutes during these periods, with a total of 24 participants in a day. There will be a technical check break between each period.

How do I register for the event and pick my race time?

During the registration process, you'll be able to select your preferred race time. Once you've completed registration, we will add you to the bracket. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your race time.

Can friends and family come to watch?

Absolutely! We encourage friends and family to come and support the pilots during the event.

Where is the event held?

The event takes place at our Corporate Headquarters in Utah: 14725 Porter Rockwell Blvd Suite F, Bluffdale, UT 84065.

Will there be refreshments at the event?

Yes, we will have light refreshments and drinks available for pilots and their guests at the event.

Will there be live interviews during the event?

Yes, we will be conducting live interviews with pilots before and after their races for them to share their experiences, talk smack, and brag about their performances.

How can I track the event's progress?

We will have a live leaderboard and bracket on our website, which will be updated after every race.

How much time should I plan to spend at the event?

Your participation largely depends on your allocated flight time. You're expected to arrive for your race at this time and should plan for a minimum of 1 hour for your initial race, which includes two jumps to determine your best time. If you advance in the competition, your stay will be extended. However, if you don't move forward, you're still invited to stay and enjoy the event or you may choose to leave and watch the remainder of the tournament online.