Tiger Trap is an official map for the Duels event.
The players spawn in with two L-shaped walls that "form" a "room," and the sides are completely covered. There are four clumps of barrels and with bushes next to two of them. This map is diagonally symmetrical.
- This is an open map so long-ranged Brawlers will be a good choice. However, keep a fair distance from short-ranged Brawlers that may have an area denial ability as they be able to corner you. Additionally, if you face high-health brawlers, sometimes it may be too risky to deal damage as dealing damage will result in to charging their Super.
- Throwers such as Barley can still use the few walls to their advantage and take longer-ranged opponents by surprise. From your perspective, stay behind the clump of four barrels that is to your right as the poison takes longer to reach here. Wait for the poison clouds to move in as any opponents will be forced to move in as well, and when they are within your range or close to it unload a few attacks so that they either take damage or are forced back into the poison, making sure to move back behind the barrels yourself. However, in the case of the opponent running a Brawler like Edgar who can counter throwers, use a Brawler that is not vulnerable up close like El Primo in the second round.
- If playing Edgar, you could charge his super "Vault" in the corners of the map, to be sure that you are safe. If you are against a thrower, such as Dynamike, you could try to dodge attacks to make sure that you can charge your Super safely. Once charged, jump on the enemy brawler and defeat it. Another plan, if you are against a short-ranged brawler, you shoud be able to corner it, and once it has nowhere to run, you defeat it. Playing a long-range brawler like Piper or Belle would be usefull, since a lot of people hide in the bushes behind the four barrels. If you get the aim correct, you should be able to hit the whole bush. If you play Brock, you can hit the bush, or the barrels, and you could still deal damage, thanks to his splash effect. Playing a brawler with the Trait ability, such as El Primo or Frank, you could get hit, then retreat and heal, and continue until your super is charged. Then you can surprise them by using your super on them when they least expected.
- On 16/12/21, Tiger Trap was added to the game.