There are two ways you can be a part of Flaktest Season 2018, through our Regional League Season, and through our High School Esports Club Community Events!

Our first Community Club event has just finished up and we received some incredible submissions from the participating schools.

Community Club event one was released on May the 4th (be with you!), celebrating Star Wars, so Flaktest challenged the participating clubs to build Star Wars inspired creations in Minecraft, and you didn’t disappoint.


“SOLO: A Star Wars Story, is in cinema’s May 25”

The winner scored their school a three month minecraft server thanks to our mates at Streamline Servers!

Entries were judged on the following criteria by a panel of Flaktest community members:

“During the first phase, judges will be scouring builds, disqualifying entries that break the rules and placing a sign at places they like. Remember that judge diamonds are worth a lot! Once the build period is up, the contest will enter phase two.The second phase consists of 5 days of review; the judges will go over the entries and find any straggling rule breakers. Users will have time to diamond and view more of the entrants.The final phase involves the judges judging all of the finalists, which are calculated based on an aggregate score of activity and votes.You will be judged on the following aspects, on a 1-10 inclusive scale:

  • Concept & Originality: Fresh, new ideas and crazy concepts! Try to do something new, differentiate yourself from the status quo.
  • Technique & Execution: Color, shape, texture – be sure your build flows together and represents what you are trying to accomplish.
  • Presentation & Experience: Presentation of a build can really help to make an impression. Be sure you’ve got good screenshots, spend some time on the post!”

Here are some of the honourable mentions:

Good Shepherd Catholic College, Mt Isa, QLD – The DEATH STAR

 

 

 

 

 

Cecil Andrews College, Seville Grove, WA – X-Wing

 

Congratulations to our winner:

Ballajura Community College, Ballajura, WA – Hoth Echo Base

We’re incredibly proud of all of the entrants for your creativity and work on the first community event of the year!

Considering Flaktest holds a community event every month, it means your high school esports club has another event to look forward to…

Hearthstone Club Representatives At The Ready!

Hearthstone 1 v 1 is on it’s way so keep an eye on facebook.com/flaktest and flaktest.com for details coming soon!

#glhf

 

 

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