Q. What are the event dates of the SLS World Tour?
A. 2014 schedule will be released soon. Keep an eye on http://streetleague.com/events/
Q. Where can I buy tickets?
A. You can buy tickets by calling or visiting your local Street League arena box office as well as online at StreetLeague.com. Look for the type of seat or package that works best for you and your crew. Regardless of which seat you buy, and there will be many options to choose from – from Floor Seats to VIP packages, you will feel right in the mix.
Q. When will tickets go on sale?
A. Following the 2014 tour schedule announcement, ticket will go on sale at streetleague.com.
Q. Who has signed to Street League?
- Tom Asta
- Chris Cole
- Ryan Decenzo
- David Gonzalez
- Austyn Gillette
- Nyjah Huston
- Sean Malto
- Billy Marks
- Matt Miller
- Chaz Ortiz
- Luan Olivieira
- Shane O’Neill
- Torey Pudwill
- Peter Ramondetta
- Dylan Rieder
- Paul Rodriguez
- Tommy Sandoval
- Manny Santiago
- Ryan Sheckler
- Bastien Salabanzi
- Mikey Taylor
- Ishod Wair
Q. Can I see them in any other contests?
A. Street League pros can compete in sanctioned events both domestic and abroad. The list of sanctioned events is determined at the beginning of each year. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about Street League sanctioning.
Q. How is the course designed?
A. Each Street League course is designed by Rob Dyrdek and California Skateparks (www.californiaskateparks.com). California Skateparks is the worldwide leader in skate plaza design and they bring an artistic approach to each plaza’s features and aesthetic design. Each event’s skate plaza course will have a unique design but stay within Street League’s three sections. Each section tests a different skill set within street skateboarding. The Flow Section highlights the skaters’ style and complete set of tricks as they must link together a 45-second run and utilize the entire course. Skaters in the Control Section perform their best technical tricks on lower features. The Impact Section is all about showmanship and having the resolve to attempt tricks with a high degree of difficulty on the biggest features of the course.
Q. How does the format work?
A. The Street League format is broken down into three specific sections: Flow, Control, and Impact. Scores are cumulative, so every section counts.
- The Flow Section features eight finalists attempting two :45 second runs skating the entire course. The lowest score of the two is dropped for each finalist and the skater with the lowest overall score is eliminated.
- The Control Section allows the seven remaining skaters five attempts to score the highest trick possible. The skaters can utilize the entire course, with the exception of the Impact Section. The highest score each of the skaters attempts is the only one from the section that gets used, and once again the skater with the lowest overall score is eliminated.
- The Impact Section is the third and final section of the contest. The final six skaters have six attempts each to put down the highest score possible utilizing only the Impact Section obstacle. The two lowest scores of each of the skater’s attempts are dropped. The skater with the highest overall score at the end of the section is the winner
Q. What is ISX instant scoring?
A. ISX stands for the Instant Scoring Experience (www.isxscoring.com). The ISX judging dials and system provide instant, real-time results for every trick and updates these standings to arena displays, announcers, the ESPN TV broadcast and even the online fantasy league instantly
Q. What does ISX do for the event?
A. This creates fast paced real-time understanding of exactly what place every skater is in at every moment of the event. This will allow the viewers and skaters to know exactly what place everyone is at every moment of the event, allowing the winner to be known at the very instant the last trick the event is scored.
Q. How is the judging done?
A. There are five Street League judges. Each judge has an ISX dial. They judge each trick that is done in each section. The highest and lowest scores are dropped and then the middle three scores are instantly averaged to make the trick score that is added to the running point total.
Q. How do I get media credential for this event?
A. Please email email@example.com and explain the request.
Q. Who should I contact for sponsorship opportunities?
A. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Q. How much prize money is at stake?
A. Over $2 million in prize money, the most in skateboard history.
World Tour Stops 1-6
*Total Bonus Prize Money: $10,000
SLS Super Crown World Championship:
*Total Bonus Prize Money: $15,000
SLS Select Series: