CALLING ALL GAMERS!

The response to the 2020 Great American Rivalry Series® Madden Challenge has been AWESOME! But now players from across the country want in on the chance to win it all! So, we’re expanding registration to everyone, 14 years and older. Come one come all, and may the best gamer win as we crown the 2020 National Champion!

– Each person selected to participate will receive a FREE month of PlayStation Plus
– Winner of each tournament will earn a Champions medal, a FREE year of PlayStation Plus AND automatic entry into the National Championship
– National Champion will earn a FREE PlayStation 5 console AND a Champions trophy

If selected, you’ll have YOUR chance to earn the title National Champion! Are you ready?!

Due to the expansion, we have adjusted the schedule and territory for each event. Beginning Tuesday, October 6th there will be 72 events around the country!

Find the event nearest you and register today! States are listed first and then areas. Several states have multiple events!

GAME SCHEDULE

  • Michigan -Michigan (Except Detroit)
    Tuesday, October 6th
  • Texas -Abilene – Wichita Falls – Killeen – Arlington – San Angelo Texas
    Tuesday, October 6th
  • Mississippi -Biloxi – Hattiesburg – Jackson – Western Mississippi
    Tuesday, October 6th
  • Virginia, West Virginia – Bluefield – Blacksburg – Roanoke -Danville – Charlottesville Virginia – Beckley West Virginia
    Wednesday, October 7th
  • New York-Long Island – New York City Burroughs
    Wednesday, October 7th
  • New York -Binghamton – Utica – Syracuse – Northcentral Upstate New York
    Wednesday, October 7th
  • Georgia -Albany – Valdosta – Brunswick – Southern Georgia
    Wednesday, October 7th
  • California -Sacramento – Chico – Redding – Northern California & Reno – Carson City – Northern Nevada
    Thursday, October 8th
  • California -San Diego – El Centro – Temecula – Southern California
    Thursday, October 8th
  • California -Riverside – Barstow – Baker – Palo Verde California
    Thursday, October 8th
  • Virginia -Richmond – Hampton – Norfolk – Va Beach – Emporia – Southeast Virginia
    Tuesday, October 13th
  • Vermont -Eastern Vermont – Concord – Manchester – Nashua – New Hampshire
    Tuesday, October 13th
  • Indiana -Evansville Indiana – Owensville – Bowling Green – Paducah – Western Kentucky
    Tuesday, October 13th
  • Ohio and Detroit, MI – Akron – Cleveland – Toledo Ohio – Detroit, Michigan
    Tuesday, October 13th
  • Iowa & Nebraska -Cedar Rapids – Des Moines – All of Iowa – Omaha – Lincoln – All of Nebraska
    Wednesday, October 14th
  • Oklahoma & Kansas -Oklahoma – Tulsa – Northern Oklahoma – Wichita – Dodge City – Southern Kansas
    Wednesday, October 14th
  • Texas -Cedar Hill – Dallas – Plano – Sherman Texas
    Wednesday, October 14th
  • Oklahoma – Lawton – Norman – McAlester – Southern Oklahoma
    Wednesday, October 14th
  • Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota -Denver – Colorado Springs – Pueblo – All of Colorado – Eastern Wyoming – Western South Dakota
    Thursday, October 15th
  • Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming -Boise – Idaho Falls – Eastern Oregon – Western Wyoming
    Thursday, October 15th
  • Utah, Nevada -Salt Lake City – Ogden – Provo – All of Utah – Las Vegas – Eastern Nevada
    Thursday, October 15th
  • Georgia -Lawrenceville – Marietta – North of Atlanta to Tennessee Border
    Tuesday, October 20th
  • Florida -Lakeland – Brandon – Bradenton – Ft. Meyers Florida
    Tuesday, October 20th
  • Florida -St. Cloud – Orlando – Daytona Beach Florida
    Tuesday, October 20th
  • New York -Buffalo – Rochester – Lancaster – Western Upstate New York
    Tuesday, October 20th
  • South Carolina-Mauldin – Spartanburg – Rock Hill
    Wednesday, October 21st
  • Tennessee -Alcoa – Knoxville and Northeast Tennessee
    Wednesday, October 21st
  • Ohio -Columbus – Hillsboro – Athens – Zanesville – South Central Ohio
    Wednesday, October 21st
  • Pennsylvania -Altoona – Harrisburg – Central Pennsylvania
    Wednesday, October 21st
  • Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota -All of Minnesota – All of North Dakota – Eastern South Dakota
    Thursday, October 22nd
  • Louisiana -New Orleans – Baton Rouge – Southern Louisiana
    Thursday, October 22nd
  • Alabama, Mississippi -Birmingham – Montgomery – Troy & Northeastern Mississippi
    Thursday, October 22nd
  • Missouri -Kansas City – Topeka – Manhattan – I-70 Corridor Kansas & Springfield – Columbia – Western Missouri
    Thursday, October 22nd
  • Illinois -Chicago Area
    Thursday, October 22nd
  • California -Orange County
    Tuesday, October 27th
  • Washington, , Northern Idaho, Montana -Seattle – Olympia – Spokane – Washington State – northern Idaho – All of Montana
    Tuesday, October 27th
  • California -Los Angeles – Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Bakersfield
    Tuesday, October 27th
  • Tennessee -Cleveland – Chattanooga and Southeast Tennessee
    Wednesday, October 28th
  • Ohio -Canton – Mansfield – Mt. Vernon
    Wednesday, October 28th
  • Kentucky, Ohio -Louisville – Lexington – Central, Eastern, Northern Kentucky & Cincinnati – Dayton Ohio
    Wednesday, October 28th
  • Ohio -Piqua – Lima – Findlay – Western Ohio
    Wednesday, October 28th
  • Tennessee -Manchester – Nashville – Clarksville- Jackson – Central and Western Tennessee
    Thursday, October 29th
  • Pennsylvania -Shamokin – Easton – Scranton – Northeast Pennsylvania
    Thursday, October 29th
  • New Jersey -Trenton – Cherry Hill – Toms River – South New Jersey
    Thursday, October 29th
  • Pennsylvania -Philadelphia – Southeast Pennsylvania
    Thursday, October 29th
  • Pennsylvania -Pittsburgh – Western Pennsylvania
    Tuesday, November 3rd
  • Florida -Tallahassee – Jacksonville – Gainesville – North Florida
    Tuesday, November 3rd
  • Georgia -Snellville – Downtown Atlanta – West & South of Atlanta to Columbus
    Tuesday, November 3rd
  • Maryland, Washington DC -Olney – Washington DC – College Park – Ocean City – Eastern Maryland
    Tuesday, November 3rd
  • North Carolina -Charlotte – Ashville – Winston Salem – Western North Carolina
    Tuesday, November 3rd
  • Arizona -All of Arizona
    Wednesday, November 4th
  • Oregon -Portland – Eugene – Medford – Lake Oswego – Western Oregon
    Wednesday, November 4th
  • California -San Jose – San Francisco – Santa Rosa
    Wednesday, November 4th
  • Georgia -Athens – Buford – Gainesville Northeast of Atlanta
    Thursday, November 5th
  • Florida -Tampa – St. Petersburg – Tarpon Springs
    Thursday, November 5th
  • West Virginia -Parkersburg – Charleston – Huntington
    Thursday, November 5th
  • North Carolina -Greensboro – Raleigh – Durham – Rocky Mount – Northeast North Carolina
    Thursday, November 5th
  • Virginia -Winchester – Manassas – Fredericksburg – Chantilly – Northern Virginia
    Thursday, November 5th
  • New York -Middletown – Newburgh – Albany – Hudson Valley Region
    Tuesday, November 10th
  • New Jersey -Newark – Oradell – North New Jersey
    Tuesday, November 10th
  • Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts -Augusta – Portland Maine – Portsmouth New Hampshire – Boston Massachusetts
    Tuesday, November 10th
  • West Virginia, Maryland -Morgantown West Virginia – Cumberland – Frederick – Western Maryland
    Tuesday, November 10th
  • Maryland, Delaware -Baltimore – Northeast Maryland – Delaware
    Tuesday, November 10th
  • Ohio, West Virginia-Bellaire – Youngstown – Eastern Ohio – Wheeling – Steubenville – West Virginia
    Wednesday, November 11th
  • North Carolina -Fayetteville – Laurenburg – Wilmington – Jacksonville – Southeast North Carolina
    Wednesday, November 11th
  • Alabama, Florida -Mobile Alabama – Pensacola – Panama City – Panhandle of Florida
    Wednesday, November 11th
  • Indiana -Bloomington – Columbus – Indianapolis – Ft Wayne – Northern Indiana
    Wednesday, November 11th
  • Texas -Harlingen – Corpus Christi – San Antonio – Austin
    Thursday, November 12th
  • Louisiana -Monroe – Shreveport – Northern Louisiana
    Thursday, November 12th
  • Texas -Longview – Tyler- Paris – Texarkana – Marshall Texas
    Thursday, November 12th
  • Wisconsin -Milwaukee – Lacrosse – Green Bay – Middleton – Wisconsin
    Thursday, November 12th
  • Michigan -Michigan (Except Detroit)
  • Texas -Abilene – Wichita Falls – Killeen – Arlington – San Angelo Texas
  • Mississippi -Biloxi – Hattiesburg – Jackson – Western Mississippi
  • Virginia, West Virginia – Bluefield – Blacksburg – Roanoke -Danville – Charlottesville Virginia – Beckley West Virginia
  • New York-Long Island – New York City Burroughs
  • New York -Binghamton – Utica – Syracuse – Northcentral Upstate New York
  • Georgia -Albany – Valdosta – Brunswick – Southern Georgia
  • California -Sacramento – Chico – Redding – Northern California & Reno – Carson City – Northern Nevada
  • California -San Diego – El Centro – Temecula – Southern California
  • California -Riverside – Barstow – Baker – Palo Verde California
  • Virginia -Richmond – Hampton – Norfolk – Va Beach – Emporia – Southeast Virginia
  • Vermont -Eastern Vermont – Concord – Manchester – Nashua – New Hampshire
  • Indiana -Evansville Indiana – Owensville – Bowling Green – Paducah – Western Kentucky
  • Ohio and Detroit, MI – Akron – Cleveland – Toledo Ohio – Detroit,Michigan
  • Iowa & Nebraska -Cedar Rapids – Des Moines – All of Iowa – Omaha – Lincoln – All of Nebraska

  • Oklahoma & Kansas -Oklahoma – Tulsa – Northern Oklahoma – Wichita – Dodge City – Southern Kansas
  • Texas -Cedar Hill – Dallas – Plano – Sherman Texas
  • Oklahoma – Lawton – Norman – McAlester – Southern Oklahoma
  • Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota -Denver – Colorado Springs – Pueblo – All of Colorado – Eastern Wyoming – Western South Dakota
  • Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming -Boise – Idaho Falls – Eastern Oregon – Western Wyoming
  • Utah, Nevada -Salt Lake City – Ogden – Provo – All of Utah – Las Vegas – Eastern Nevada
  • Georgia -Lawrenceville – Marietta – North of Atlanta to Tennessee Border
  • Florida -Lakeland – Brandon – Bradenton – Ft. Meyers Florida
  • Florida -St.Cloud – Orlando – Daytona Beach Florida
  • New York -Buffalo – Rochester – Lancaster – Western Upstate New York
  • South Carolina-Mauldin – Spartanburg – Rock Hill
  • Tennessee -Alcoa – Knoxville and Northeast Tennessee
  • Ohio -Columbus – Hillsboro – Athens – Zanesville – South Central Ohio
  • Pennsylvania -Altoona – Harrisburg – Central Pennsylvania
  • Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota -All of Minnesota – All of North Dakota – Eastern South Dakota
  • Louisiana -New Orleans – Baton Rouge – Southern Louisiana
  • Alabama, Mississippi -Birmingham – Montgomery – Troy & Northeastern Mississippi
  • Missouri -Kansas City – Topeka – Manhattan – I-70 Corridor Kansas & Springfield – Columbia – Western Missouri
  • Illinois -Chicago Area
  • California -Orange County
  • Washington, , Northern Idaho, Montana -Seattle – Olympia – Spokane – Washington State – northern Idaho – All of Montana

  • California -Los Angeles – Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Bakersfield
  • Tennessee -Cleveland – Chattanooga and Southeast Tennessee
  • Ohio -Canton – Mansfield – Mt. Vernon
  • Kentucky, Ohio -Louisville – Lexington – Central, Eastern, Northern Kentucky & Cincinnati – Dayton Ohio
  • Ohio -Piqua – Lima – Findlay – Western Ohio
  • Tennessee -Manchester – Nashville – Clarksville- Jackson – Central and Western Tennessee
  • Pennsylvania -Shamokin – Easton – Scranton – Northeast Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey -Trenton – Cherry Hill – Toms River – South New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania -Philadelphia – Southeast Pennsylvania
  • Pennsylvania -Pittsburgh – Western Pennsylvania
  • Florida -Tallahassee – Jacksonville – Gainesville – North Florida
  • Georgia -Snellville – Downtown Atlanta – West & South of Atlanta to Columbus
  • Maryland, Washington DC -Olney – Washington DC – College Park – Ocean City – Eastern Maryland
  • North Carolina -Charlotte – Ashville – Winston Salem – Western North Carolina
  • Arizona -All of Arizona
  • Oregon -Portland – Eugene – Medford – Lake Oswego – Western Oregon
  • California -San Jose – San Francisco – Santa Rosa
  • Georgia -Athens – Buford – Gainesville Northeast of Atlanta
  • Florida -Tampa – St. Petersburg – Tarpon Springs
  • West Virginia -Parkersburg – Charleston – Huntington
  • North Carolina -Greensboro – Raleigh – Durham – Rocky Mount – Northeast North Carolina
  • Virginia -Winchester – Manassas – Fredericksburg – Chantilly – Northern Virginia
  • New York -Middletown – Newburgh – Albany – Hudson Valley Region
  • New Jersey -Newark – Oradell – North New Jersey
  • Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts -Augusta – Portland Maine – Portsmouth New Hampshire – Boston Massachusetts
  • West Virginia, Maryland -Morgantown West Virginia – Cumberland – Frederick – Western Maryland
  • Maryland, Delaware -Baltimore – Northeast Maryland – Delaware
  • Ohio, West Virginia-Bellaire – Youngstown – Eastern Ohio – Wheeling – Steubenville – West Virginia
  • North Carolina -Fayetteville – Laurenburg – Wilmington – Jacksonville – Southeast North Carolina
  • Alabama, Florida -Mobile Alabama – Pensacola – Panama City – Panhandle of Florida
  • Indiana -Bloomington – Columbus – Indianapolis – Ft Wayne – Northern Indiana
  • Texas -Harlingen – Corpus Christi – San Antonio – Austin
  • Louisiana -Monroe – Shreveport – Northern Louisiana
  • Texas -Longview – Tyler- Paris – Texarkana – Marshall Texas
  • Wisconsin -Milwaukee – Lacrosse – Green Bay – Middleton – Wisconsin
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ALABAMA

ARIZONA

CALIFORNIA

COLORADO

FLORIDA

GEORGIA

IDAHO

ILLINOIS

INDIANA

IOWA

KENTUCKY

LOUISIANA

MAINE

MARYLAND

MICHIGAN

MISSISSIPPI

MINNESOTA

MISSOURI

NEW JERSEY

NEW YORK

NORTH CAROLINA

OHIO

OKLAHOMA

OREGON

PENNSYLVANIA

SOUTH CAROLINA

TENNESSEE

TEXAS

UTAH

VERMONT

VIRGINIA

WASHINGTON

WEST VIRGINIA

WISCONSIN

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Who can participate in the tournament?

A: Anyone age 14 or older

Q: How does the tournament work?

A: The tournament is single elimination and will be played Tuesday-Thursday each week beginning at 7 pm local time, concluding around 10 pm local time.

Q: When does registration open?

A: Registration begins on September 7th for all tournaments

Q: When will participants be notified if selected?

A: Participants will be notified on Friday, the week before their tournament begins with a set of instructions and rules of game play

Q: What’s needed to participate?

A: PlayStation console, copy of Madden 20, internet connection and an active PlayStation Plus account

Q: Will there be a prize package?

A: Participants that are randomly selected to compete will receive a free month of PlayStation Plus. The winner of each tournament will receive a Champion Plaque, free year of PlayStation Plus and automatic entry to the National Tournament. The National Champion will receive the Championship Trophy and a brand-new PlayStation 5 console

If you have any additional questions feel free to email rivalry@bbim.com