• General

  • What is Players’ Lounge?
    Players’ Lounge is a video game social startup. We specialize in hosting social gaming tournaments, both online and in-person!
    Players come to www.playerslounge.co to compete in tournaments for free and for cash and awesome prizes.
    We host tournaments on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
  • How do I sign up?
    You can sign up for Players’ Lounge by clicking here.
  • Does it cost anything to sign up on Players’ Lounge?
    Of course not! You can sign up for free here.
  • Is Players’ Lounge legal?
    Players’ Lounge is legal, given that the video game competitions we facilitate are games of skill.
    Unfortunately, a handful of states have banned participation in skill based competitions for cash.
    If you live in one of the following states, you may not play for cash prizes on Players’ Lounge:

    Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Tennessee.
  • Is the site secure?
    Players’ Lounge places the highest concern on making sure your sensitive information is protected.
    Our databases and servers are highly secured with robust encryption and we never store your credit card information.
    All credit card transactions are done securely through our credit card processors.
  • Playing Matches

  • How does Players’ Lounge work?
    Players’ Lounge is a social gaming company. We act as a secure third party for players to compete in one-on-one competitions and tournaments - for free, for cash, and for other awesome prizes.

    To get started, you’ll want to SIGN UP here. Then you select the Game Lounge you want to participate in. This page allows you join a matchmaking room, create a custom open match or join a tournament.

    Once you’ve accepted a challenge or entered a tournament, the entry fee money from each player's account will be withdrawn and the combined prize pool will be held in our secure escrow account. Players can communicate through the match lobby chat or by private message as they set up their game and prepare to face off!

    After you’ve completed your game, you and your opponent(s) will report the outcome of the match. Once the score is verified, the winner’s account will automatically be credited with the winnings!
  • What Games Can You Play On Players’ Lounge
    Players’ Lounge currently supports Players’ Lounge currently offers Madden, NBA 2K, Fortnite, Call of Duty Modern Warfare, FIFA, MLB The Show, and NHL.

    We plan to expand to other games soon. Stay tuned!
  • How do I play a match?
    The exact steps vary by game, but in general:
    1. Join a matchmaking Room, create an Open Challenge, or join a Tournament to find an opponent.
    2. Add your opponent as a friend on Xbox Live, PSN, or PC using their Gamertag or Username.
    3. Go to the game mode where you can play a friend online. For example, the Battle Royale mode in Fortnite.
    4. Send a game invite to your opponent.
    5. Check and confirm the match rules and settings.
    6. Start the match.

    Note: Be sure to take pictures/screenshots of the match final score in case of a dispute about the match result.
  • How do you play Fortnite for Money on Players’ Lounge
    You and your opponent will join the same game as a Duo team and compete to score the most kills. The player with the most kills at the end of the game wins.

    Kills While Downed: Any kills scored while you’re downed count towards your final score. Kills scored after you die do not count towards your final score (e.g. from traps, or someone that you knocked down bleeding out).

    Tiebreaker: If you and your opponent finish the game with the same amount of kills, play the match again until one player finishes with more kills than the other.

    Interference & Obstruction: You and your opponent may work together to secure kills. "Stealing" your opponents kills is allowed and part of the competitive nature.

    Here are the things not allowed:
    • - Breaking or purposely weakening any structure that your opponent has built or non built structures or cover by any means that is actively being used by your opponent.
    • - Causing your opponent to miss shots.
    • - Building in front of or around your opponent (intentionally preventing movement)

    Common things that are allowed:
    • - Attracting other opponents by firing guns around your teammate (opponent)
    • - Boxing yourself in around a loot crate or chest.
    • - Following your teammate (opponent).
    • - Shooting down your own structure and launch pad (if you built them).
  • What happens if my opponent or I get disconnected during an online match?
    It is the responsibility of each player to ensure that their connection is suitable for playing online. If a player gets disconnected we recommend that they communicate with their opponent to figure out a way to finish the match — i.e. if the disconnection happened at half-time, the match should be completed after one half of the new game.
  • What are disputes, and how do they get handled?
    After completing your Head-to-Head match or Tournament competition, both teams will report the scoreline from the game. In the event that both players do not report the scoreline, a “dispute” is created.

    We take our gaming very seriously at Players’ Lounge and disputes are no different.

    Disputes generally come from two circumstances:

    1) Accidental - You won 3-1. But in your gamer’s glee, you mistakenly report 3-0. We understand this happens occasionally, but please take an extra moment next time.
    2) Intentional - You lost 2-0. You report that you won 2-0. This is a very serious offense and can result in your account being banned from Players’ Lounge.
  • Players’ Lounge Tournaments
    Tournaments are great — less risk, higher reward.

    Tournaments vary between paid entry, free and sponsored. You can leave a tournament before it starts and your money will be refunded instantly (if it is a paid entry.)

    Once the tournament starts, you will be notified and your opponent will be selected randomly. Make sure you block out enough time to complete the tournament if you make it far!

  • Account

  • What is the Players' Lounge Rating, or PLR?
    Each player has a Players' Lounge Rating, or PLR, which is an indicator of how good a player is at a game. This is determined by an algorithm that takes into account things like the number of wins & losses a player has, and who they have played against.

    We do our best to match you with an opponent of equal or similar skill. Players are assigned a skill rating on a 1-5 scale, with 5 being the most skilled players. We use a complex algorithm to assess a player’s skill. The algorithm considers a player’s winning percentage, opponent strength, and prize money won, among other factors. A new player’s rank displays as “N/A.” We don’t know how good they are yet, but we will assign them a rank after 3 head-to-head games!

    PLRs are given after 3 or more head to head matches.
  • How old do I have to be to compete on Players’ Lounge?
    You must be 18 or older to compete on this website.
  • Can I have more than one account?
    No. You are only allowed to compete on Players’ Lounge under one account. Your Xbox Live Gamertag, PlayStation Network Username, or PC account will only work on one Players’ Lounge account.
Close

You need to have at least PLR in any game to unlock this tier of challenges.

Challenge Completed!

Reward:

OK
Notifications
View all
Fortnite Chat
0 online
Sort
Console
Playstation
Xbox
PC
Language