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The Tony Hawk Ultimate Jam competition is well underway. Tony Hawk’s Ultimate Jam is a tournament run in partnership with ORDER Esports, Fuel TV, 7Plus and Activision. The first episode of the show has just been broadcast on Twitch. Following the Twitch broadcast, each episode goes live on mainstream television, in Australia. Here’s all the details on the remaining show times, where to watch and which format to keep an eye on. We also have a preview on our interview with Jyles Lulham, the Chief Operating Officer at ORDER Esports.

Tony Hawk Ultimate Jam broadcast times

Episode 1 of the Tony Hawk Ultimate Jam has already aired. The show was streamed on the ORDER Twitch channel, where the VOD is currently available. If you’d prefer to catch it on TV, you’ll be able to watch it tonight on Fuel TV or 7plus.

A total of six episodes are coming over the next few months. Episodes are hosted by World Skateboarding champion Renton Millar, and esports caster Rob Munday. Each episode will start at 6 p.m. AEST, or 4 a.m. ET, on these dates:

  • 25 June, 2021 – Episode 2
  • 2 June, 2021 – Episode 3
  • 9 July, 2021 – Episode 4
  • 16 July, 2021 – Episode 5
  • 23 July, 2021 – Episode 6

If you miss the Twitch broadcast, you can tune into Fuel TV or 7Plus at 5 p.m. AEST, 3 a.m. ET, on the following dates:

  • 24 June, – Episode 1
  • 1 July, 2021 – Episode 2
  • 8 July, 2021 – Episode 3
  • 15 July, 2021 – Episode 4
  • 22 July, 2021 – Episode 5
  • 29 July, 2021 – Episode 6

If you’re still keen on entering the competition, you have until July 29, 2021 to enter. Only residents of Australia or New Zealand at 13 years of age or over, can enter.

Jyles Lulham tells us what formats to watch

The Ultimate Jam competition consists of three formats: Speed Run, Jam and Combo. We caught up with Jyles Lulham to find out more about the tournament. Jyles told us why Jam is one of the most popular formats:

“Our most popular format is definitely Jam. A big reason for to that is it’s the most accessible. It hits the market for the hardcore speedrunner, but it also for the casual who’s just picked up the game again for the first time in ten years can jump straight into it and it’s a straightforward format. You just have to get the best score possible. You can do whatever trick combo you want to do, you just have a two minute limit.”

If you want to see some of the competition’s most popular format, tune into Jam. If you’re wanting some more pro-gamer rivalry, the Speed Run format has you covered. According to Jyles, a lot of the pro speed runners are very active in the Tony Hawk Ultimate Jam competition. We’ll have more to share soon on our interview with Jyles, so keep an eye out for that. In the meantime, you can tune in to an upcoming show live, or catch one of the re-broadcast times above.


Michelle is a Content Producer in the realms of innovation and technology. Known as the “Hackathon Queen” 👑 you'll often find her on stage MC’ing or speaking on a range of topics from artificial intelligence, to business, community engagement, the future of work, and esports. With a background in both science and arts, Michelle writes extensively on a range of topics including innovation, startups, corporate culture, esports, business development, and more. She has a passion for gaming and combines this with her experience in a range of industries. Michelle brings a unique insight into esports innovation and draws many parallels between the physical world of sport, and the digital world of esports.


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