I had friends who where around my age go without a parent and not have any problem at all. I actually have screenshots of most of the registration process, and it says 13+ multiple times without mentioning any of that and the only place it links you to for more information is here which also doesn't mention anything age wise. I'm not sure there was even any prizes for this event. It does say in small text at the bottom of the page "some restrictions may apply. See store for full Official Rules" which could include having to have a parent, but cmon make it more obvious so I don't waste as much time next time around, and make it more consistent so all stores play by the same rules.prjkthack wrote:Digging up an old thread, but just to clarify, for all Microsoft Store gaming events, specifically ones that include some type of prizing, you must be at least 18 to participate without a parent, and 13 with a parent. The part you overheard about the parent is meant for those not of legal age, because per policy (and laws in some areas), you must be of legal age to accept prizes, or in the case of a minor, your parent consents to accepting the prize on your behalf in addition to giving consent to you participating, having your photo taken, etc.
During the registration process for the tournament, there were links to and information about minors having their parent attend and bring in a parental consent form.
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