Celebrate Your Season With The U.S. Finals Virtual Championship!

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Big news All Star fans!

You can celebrate the end of your season at The U.S. Finals! 

Due to the challenging times, The U.S. Finals has decided to host a Virtual Championship right here on Varsity TV!

The U.S. Finals Virtual Championship is giving programs across the country the opportunity to end their season together, while apart. 

Registration for The U.S. Finals Virtual Championship is now open! Registration will close on June 12, 2020.

Registered teams will be able to submit videos to Varsity TV beginning on Monday, June 15, 2020, and must be complete by Thursday, June 18, 2020, at 11:59 pm CT.

Click Here To Register

How will The U.S. Finals Virtual Championship work?

  1. Register your team
  2. Submit your video
  3. Varsity Judges will evaluate your video
  4. A virtual event, including awards, will be aired on Varsity TV
  5. Awards and gifts will be mailed to the teams.

Judging for The U.S. Finals Virtual Championship will take place Tuesday, June 23 – Friday, June 26, 2020. Once judging is complete, all performances will be available for viewing on-demand on Varsity TV starting Saturday, June 27.

The Virtual U.S. Finals Awards Show is tentatively set to take place LIVE on Varsity TV on Sunday, June 28.

What kind of video do teams need to submit?

Teams will submit a video of their routine to be judged and ranked, meeting one of the three qualifications outlined below.

Varsity All Star Event Video 

Teams may submit a previously recorded video from any Varsity All Star event from the 2019 – 2020 season, previous season videos will not be accepted. 

Video from Practice 

Teams may submit a previously recorded video of their routine taken in their practice facility. 

Alternative Solution 

For teams that are unable to submit a video they own from a prior event or practice, please email videos@theusfinals.com to learn about alternative options.

Important Note: Videos will need to be one take – edited footage will not be accepted. All 4 corners of the floor should be visible. The program must own rights to this video and consent to it being posted on Varsity TV for The U.S. Finals Virtual Championship. When uploading, teams will need to indicate if they have the synch rights to the music being used in the video. If teams have synch rights, the video will be played on Varsity TV with sound – if not, the video will be muted.


Good luck to all the teams taking part in The U.S. Finals Virtual Championship! We can't wait to celebrate your year and end the season together, while apart!

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