Okay, so in Disco Domination there will be several dance floors placed around the map, and it's up to you to find them, and start dancing on them.
Yep, you find the floor, use your dance emotes, and then once you've captured the floor you hop off to the next one. Simple, right?
Well, floors don't stick around for long, and you'll want to be quick to beat the enemy team to the floor.
Owning the floor
Once you've got the floor to yourself, danced your heart out, and have captured the floor, what next? Well, let's keep it.
Set up turrets or perhaps fortify the floor with panels to prevent others from getting in. You don't want to give it away.
Heck, even set up traps such as spikes and more, and you'll be able to surprise enemies that come for your dance floor.
You won't always have to do battle with enemies to capture dance floors - in fact, you might not have to at all.
Often some dance floors are placed closer to the edges of the boundaries of the safe zone, and these floors will often have, well, no one there. Just abandoned.
Head on ever, get dancing, and take it for yourself. You'll be surprised when no one actually shows up to stop you.
Dance floors don't always appear on the floor, which is why it's a good idea to stay as high as possible.
You can still use glider redeployment in Disco Domination, so you can feel comfortable creating a staircase in the middle of no where, and then jumping and gliding to safety.
In general, dance floors tend to be a distance from each other, so quick mobility will make capturing and gaining points much easier.