Bot Riot is a community map for the Siege event.
Bot Riot contains four lane borders, each comprising of three wall clusters joined together by two bushes. Two similar-shaped laneways also provide defense for each IKE Turret. The map is diagonally symmetrical.
- Brawlers should move up after taking control of their lanes and stay in the top bushes. However, pinching will be common throughout the middle bushes, so check them thoroughly to ensure there are no ambushers.
- Splitting up into lanes is necessary in order to keep control as the laneways are hard to traverse around.
- Throwers can control some lanes with their attacks, but even in the center there are large openings where they will be of little use.
- Long-ranged Brawlers (excluding most single-projectile sharpshooters) can snipe from the bushes and medium-ranged Brawlers can flank. Heavyweights will leave themselves open whenever moving across the map.
- Placing turrets behind wall clusters when there are no enemy throwers forces them to redirect their attacks towards it. This is especially useful with Jessie's Super.
- Mr. P can aim directly at the center of the wall segment in front of the IKE turret and attack, allowing him to land some damage onto the IKE at a safe distance. This is best practiced when a siege is in your favor and the bot is distracting the IKE.
- Sprout can be very useful in controlling the map and defending against the enemy Siege bot, especially with its Super. You can block off one of the side entrances to hit enemies better.
- On 27/1/21, Bot Riot was added to the game.
- On 16/6/21, Bot Riot was removed from the game.