We've noticed a lot of new(er) members signing up to events or submitting events for approval, without taking the steps to be promoted to Representative. This has been discussed by us Commissioners. To help us deal with any issues, should they occur, we've come up with these requirements to participate in, or host events.
As a participant:
In order to be allowed to participate in NoDo-events:
These 3 things are the absolute minimum requirement to be allowed to participate in any event. If you've allready taken the steps to be promoted to Representative, you've done all this, so you're good to go
As an event host:
In order to be allowed to host an official NoDo-event:
1) You must be rank "Representative" or higher to host an event. Event's submitted by 'Muscle' will be deleted without notice. 2) You must have at least been a part of an event, either as a participant/marshall/cameraman. 3) You must read and adhere to the General Event Guidelines
It's no rocket-science people Just make sure you've done these (simple) steps, and have fun in your events!
If you need to drop out of an event, please inform the event host as soon as possible. It is very disrespectful to the event host, other drivers, and your possible teammates no-show or drop out with only 1-2 days notice.
We understand real life takes priority, but anyone who is consistently missing events will be giving a warning, and may have their privilege to signup to future events revoked in some capacity. Signing up is committing to that time, and we expect a mature level of planning ahead and keeping an eye on the calendar from participants.
On PC, different FPS values can provide different speeds when racing. In order to keep our competitive integrity, everyone on Nodo PC events is limited to 60 fps. You can use a program like DxTory or Rivatuner, Nvidia or AMD's Vsync Options, or In-game Vsync (not recommended) to lock your game to 60 fps.