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2024 Terms and Conditions for registrations

Updated: Jan 23

Last Updated: Jan 2024


Thank you for being part of The FUSE Cup community. Please ensure you read the Term and Conditions which make up the basis of your schools' registration.


Game Selection The FUSE Cup acknowledges that the selection of games for its competitions may be subject to change. Schools participating in The FUSE Cup are expected to bear the financial responsibility associated with acquiring these designated games. It is crucial for schools to recognize that any costs incurred in purchasing both games and consoles will be solely their responsibility. In the event that games are procured by schools but are ultimately not utilized in FUSE Cup competitions, The FUSE Cup explicitly states that it will not be accountable for any reimbursements. This policy extends to both games and consoles, emphasizing the importance of prudent decision-making and careful consideration before making purchases for the competition.


Cancellations


The FUSE Cup works hard to ensure that we provide the best possible esports experiences for schools and students.

We have updated our reminder process so that schools are given notice of competitions at various time periods ahead of any upcoming event. Several reminders are sent before any live competition is scheduled to occur. It is responsibility of schools to ensure they are receiving correspondence from The FUSE Cup and action accordingly. You may need to check your spam folder and pass on the information to your staff members..


We understand that there are times when schools cannot attend a scheduled event. When this happens, we require at least 14 days notice from the scheduled event. We will work with you to offer an alternative solution for this cancellation.


Cancellations will not be possible with less than 14 days notice to the scheduled event, and partial registration for the missed event will be forfeited.


All cancellation requests must be communicated to hello@thefusecup.com.au or kristen@thefusecup.com.au within the specified time frame above to be accepted.


Failure to RSVP to an event is not means of cancellation.


Data and Privacy


The FUSE Cup is committed to protecting your privacy and providing a safe and enjoyable experience for all participants, including students under the age of 18. This Privacy Policy is designed to help you understand how we collect, use, disclose, and safeguard your personal information.

1. Information We Collect:

a. Media Release Forms:

  • The FUSE Cup requires media release forms to be completed by the parents or legal guardians of players under the age of 18. These forms grant us permission to collect and use limited personal information for promotional and media purposes.

b. Limited Information:

  • We deliberately avoid collecting unnecessary personal information from players. The information collected is limited to what is essential for tournament participation and communication.

2. How We Use Your Information:

a. Tournament Participation:

  • We use the information collected to facilitate and manage player participation in The FUSE Cup tournaments. This includes registration, team assignment, and communication regarding tournament logistics.

b. Promotional and Media Purposes:

  • Information gathered through media release forms may be used for promotional and media purposes, such as showcasing player achievements, promoting The FUSE Cup, and creating a positive esports community.

3. Information Sharing:

a. Limited Disclosure:

  • The FUSE Cup does not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer personal information to third parties, except where necessary for tournament operations or with explicit consent.

b. Parental Consent:

  • For players under the age of 18, we will only disclose information if we have obtained explicit consent from their parents or legal guardians through the media release forms.

4. Data Security:

a. Security Measures:

  • The FUSE Cup employs industry-standard security measures to protect the personal information collected. We are committed to ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of your data.

5. Your Choices:

a. Parental Control:

  • Parents or legal guardians have the right to review, update, or request the deletion of their child's personal information. To exercise this right, please contact us using the contact information provided at the end of this Privacy Policy.

6. Changes to the Privacy Policy:

a. Updates:

  • The FUSE Cup may update this Privacy Policy from time to time. Any changes will be communicated through our website or other appropriate channels. Your continued use of our services after such changes constitutes acceptance of the updated policy.

7. Contact Information:

If you have any questions, concerns, or requests regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us at:

[Contact Email] [Contact Address] [Contact Phone]

Thank you for being part of The FUSE Cup community. We are dedicated to providing a secure and enjoyable esports experience for all participants.


Possible change to any LIVE Events due to imposed restrictions


2020 saw a huge shift in the way business needed to adapt and deliver their services in different ways. Schools across the world moved their learning online to ensure that students were not missing out on their learning. We did the same. We moved all of our competitions online for areas where COVID restrictions made our scheduled live events impossible. We did not cancel as we couldn't bear the thought of students missing out.


While moving things online was difficult and far from ideal for industries effected by COVID, it did mean that there was a level of continued service. Again, the example of schools fits well here. Many found remote learning challenging and problematic, however, almost every body agrees that remote learning was better than no learning.


The FUSE Cup prides itself on delivering the best LIVE school esports experience for players and educators. We need our schools to understand however, that should we not be able to host our live events, an online tournament will be arranged for those schools impacted by any restrictions within this region, such as but not limited to COVID. We will still deliver the competition, only in an online format. Again, we hope this does not eventuate but if it does, your school will need to make arrangements to participate in the online event. Schools who do not participate in an online event that has been arranged in place of impacted live event, will be deemed as a "no show" and forfeit their entry into that specific event/competition. Memberships will not be extended past their 12 month validity nor will credits be applied.


Acceptance of these Terms and Conditions Acceptance of these terms and conditions is actioned upon the payment of your invoice. Please ensure that you have read and agree to these terms and conditions prior to paying your registration invoice. Should you have any concerns or need any clarification regarding the terms and conditions above, please contact The FUSE Cup to discuss these concerns prior to paying your registration invoice.



These terms and conditions are deemed to be accepted upon a school's behalf when payment of registration is made.

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