Riot is gearing up for another campaign in 2019. We’ll be hosting an open tryout on May 12th, and then holding invite-only tryouts from May 15th through June 2nd.
Interested in trying out? Fill out tryout application form.
May 12 – Open Tryout
May 15 – Pod (optional)
May 18 – Invite Only Tryout 1
May 19 – Invite Only Tryout 2
May 22 – Pod (optional)
May 29 – Pod (optional)
June 1 – Invite Only Tryout 3
June 2 – Red vs Black Scrimmage
We kickoff our season in Eugene, Oregon at the world’s longest-running tournament: Summer Solstice. Each year Solstice is a great chance for the team to come together and begin to show what’s in store for the rest of the season. Oh, and there’s a theme. And costumes. Last year it was Janelle Monae’s “PNYK”.
Riot won’t be competing in the Masters division, but iRot the reigning world champions will be. The winner of this year’s Masters Championships will represent the United States at the Masters Ultimate Championships in Gold Coast, Australia in September 2020.
The crown jewel of the Triple Crown Tour, the US Open hosts teams from the best countries in the world. This year we are seeing international competition from Colombia (Revolution), Japan (UNO, HUCK), and Germany (their National Team). Not to mention the top eight finishers from last year’s USA National Championships. The semifinals and finals will be broadcast on ESPN2/ESPN+.
The finale of the Triple Crown Tour and the regular season is our last, best competitive opportunity before the National Championships. The finals will be broadcast on Labor Day on ESPN+.
Northwest Regionals is our qualifying tournament to the National Championships. We face competition from Portland, Vancouver BC, Seattle, and Salt Lake City. Since the regional realignment after 2012, Riot has won Northwest Regionals every year.
The National Championships are returning to San Diego at the Del Mar Polo Fields for another year. Last year Riot made it to the semifinals, finishing third. The semifinals and finals of Nationals will be broadcast on ESPN+.