God Of High School Tournament is a mysterious competition organized in South Korea, where people from all over South Korea and other countries are invited. The tournament was held in different parts of Korea and the top 3 representatives were selected for the national tournament. The true purpose of the tournament (as revealed by Park Mubong) was to find the Keys.
The preliminaries were a free-for-all fight between all of the contestants selected by the Judges. Those that lasted through the fight moved through to the regional tournament.
Regionals for G.O.H. Tournament were knockout rounds, with all participants participating individually. A total of 32 participants were selected. The top three finishers moved on to the national tournament as a team. The participating regions were: Chungcheongbuk-do, Chungcheongnam-do, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Jeju Island, Jeollabuk-do, Jeollanam-do, Gangwon-do, Gyeongsangnam-do and the Metropolitan area.
- Participants of Metropolitan Area
- Jin Mori (Winner)
- Han Daewi (Runner-up)
- Yu Mira (3rd place)
- Byeon Jaehee (4th place)
- Baek Seungchul
- Gang Manseok
- Go Gamdo
- Ma Miseon
Nationals were a league tournament where the fighters of each regional team had to fight each other. A regional team consisted of the top 3 fighters of the regional tournament. The winning team was given the option to fight in the World Tournament.
The entire Gangwon-do team were replacements since their original team had been murdered by Na Hanseong.
The entire Jeju Island team had actually been murdered and substituted with imposters, a group of Priests group from Nox.
All teams were permitted to enter in a consolation match with the top two teams moving on to the world tournament. The format of the match was a free-for-all where the last team standing and the team with the most remaining hit points moved on to the world tournament.
The world tournament was formatted in the same way as the national tournament except this time the teams were the competitors from their respective countries and not from their respective regions within the country.