We are joining forces with the World Pizza Champions to bring you this competition — Quarantine Pizza Games. Deadline for entries are Friday April 10th. PLEASE READ RULES BELOW:
RULES FOR THE QUARANTINE FREESTYLE ACROBATIC DOUGH TOSSING
1. Using Instagram and the hashtag #quarantinepizzagames, competitors will create an acrobatic dough tossing video. Routines may be no longer than 1 minute. Non-copyrighted music may be used. Event organizers are not responsible for and will not be able to judge any videos removed from Instagram due to copyright infringement.
2. Entries must contain the hashtag #quarantinepizzagames or they will not be eligible.
3. All age groups are eligible.
4. Due to the quarantine, competitors will be allowed to use real dough, rubberized dough, or both.
5. The video must be filmed in one shot. It must not have any cuts or video enhancements.
6. Each competitor’s performance will be judged by members of the World Pizza Champions. The winner will be selected by the highest score.
7. Competitors will be judged on a 10-point scale using the following six (6) areas:
• Dexterity: Dough handling and control.
• Difficulty: Level of the tricks performed.
• Synchronization: How well does the routine flow from trick to trick?
• Variety: Does the competitor do lots of different tricks or is he doing the same ones over and over?
• Creativity/Entertainment Value: How entertaining was the routine? Are dramatic elements or themes worked into the routine while the dough is being thrown?
• Drops: Competitors will start with 10 points and will have 0.5 points deducted for each unintentional drop. A maximum of 10 drops will be counted.
8. 1st , 2nd, and 3rd places shall be awarded based on highest score. 1st place will receive a plaque and complementary entry into the acrobatic competition at the 2021 World Pizza Games®.
9. All videos containing the hashtag #quarantinepizzagames may be used by the organizers of this event for entertainment and advertising.
10. Show/event management is not responsible for typographical errors or omissions in these rules.
11. Judges’ decisions are final.