NBA 2K22 Ruffles 4-Point Ridge Tournament Seasonal Event Details

While NBA 2K22 is being actively supported players will find a variety of seasonal events they can take part in. One of the seasonal event is the NBA 2K22 Ruffles 4-Point Ridge Tournament. This event, as the name suggests, tasks players with taking part in a tournament that has 4 Point shots. For more details see our event guide below.

Where to Start the Ruffles 4-Point Ridge Tournament

The event center in NBA 2K22.

When the Ruffles 4-Point Ridge Tournament event is active players can access in the Event Center in the middle of The City. While the event is active the doors to the center are opened and you can go inside the building. Inside the building there are tubes you can enter to go up to the courts to start playing in the special tournament.

What is the NBA 2K22 Ruffles 4-Point Ridge Tournament

The event itself is fairly straightforward. You and three other players take on another team for some 4v4 action. What makes this mode interesting is there is a special 4-Point line further out than the 3-Point line. Shots from this line count as 4-Points. You play first team to 21.

Like other modes you earn XP and special event experience by competing in the seasonal event. Each game you play earns you special points. These points accumulate. Earning points earns you special prizes.

  • 25,000 PTS: 15x Skill Boosts.
  • 75,000+ PTS: Exclusive Ruffle Shorts, 15x Gatorade, and 15x Skill Boosts.
  • Top 8 Players: Unlimited Jump Shot Boosts, Exclusive Ruffles Jersey, and Exclusive Ruffles Arm Sleeve.

Besides these standard rewards the player that accumulates the most points wins a special trip. The trip is to 2022 NBA ALL-STAR WEEKEND (terms apply). Affiliations also play a part in this seasonal event. The Affiliation that completes the most races will receive a prize of 2XP for 8 hours.

That’s all you need to know about the NBA 2K22 Ruffles 4-Point Ridge Tournament. Drop your comments or questions below.

Eli McLean

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  1. Mindaugas Skela says:

    In uk wasnt this stuff

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