Which is to say the event is centred around going up against other like-minded and like-skilled aficionados in the realm of all things modern re-gen'd Birdman by way of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2
. This is also the first event of its kind in Australia
and is open to all and sundry, just make sure you pack them skills along with you should you decide to drop in.
Here's the ultimate jam
-packed drop of information from the organisers of this event and opportunity:
The THPS 1+2 Ultimate Jam will pit players against each other, submitting their best Jam, Combo, Speedrun and Create-A-Park entries. The finals will be broadcast on FUEL TV through 7plus with the chance to win your very own Tony Hawk signed Birdhouse deck.
What: Australia’s leading esports team ORDER has partnered with action sports channel FUEL TV, digital channel 7plus and leading digital entertainment provider Activision to bring you the Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 1+2 Ultimate Jam tournament. The competition will fuse skating and gaming audiences together in a community-focused competition in which participants play and record their favourite runs within set formats - Jam, Combo, Speedrun and Create-A-Park. Players are then pitted against each other to decide the winner, featuring a series of competitions utilising the unique gameplay that’s known and loved by THPS players.
Why: The best, most creative and entertaining runs will be broadcast across a multi-channel platform including TV and digital. All entries into THPS Ultimate Jam will receive in-game rewards, and overall format winners will take home their very own Tony Hawk signed Birdhouse deck.
When: Submissions are now open and will close June 15, with the first broadcast expected from June 6, weekly for six weeks.
Where: The tournament will take place in the award-winning Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 game, a recently released remaster of the original Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 1 and Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 2 titles. Fans can tune into the action on FUEL TV broadcast through 7plus.
We'll deep dive on this soon, but for now, put it on your radar. Submissions close in over a month, giving you ample time to warm up those fingers and hands. And stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the event proper.