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EZL Spotlight: Conociendo a Dookie Brothers

Hemos tenido el placer de conocer a las tres figuras tras el nombre de Dookie Brother, uno de los mejores equipos del servidor de SA. A pesar de haber llegado muy lejos en competiciones, en esta ocasión los tendremos en la EZL de invitados especiales contándonos un poco sobre sus experiencias como equipo y su travesía hasta el competitivo. El equipo de Dookie Brother está conformado de la siguiente manera: MiniDookie es el carry, ItaiYai el jungler y, no menos importante, SwayneyMactic el capitán.

¿Por qué iniciaron a jugar Vainglory?

MiniDookie: Comencé a jugar Vainglory por mi hermano. Siempre tuvimos una vida de gamers, jugando Mortal Combat, Battlefield y esas cosas. Nos pareció entretenido, se podía jugar de tres y ya éramos dos solo necesitábamos 1 más.

ItaiYait: Comencé a jugar por un youtuber que yo seguía. Un mes después compre un iPad y lo descargue y me vicié. Así seguí jugando y practicando con otros héroes y sigo jugando después de mucho tiempo

Swayney: Mi mamá me compró un iPad por navidad, encontré el juego en la AppStore y me llamo la atención. En ese momento era solo para iOS y lo empecé a jugar porque me gustaron los gráficos, la manera del juego y me quedé, me enganchó.

¿Qué los llevó a entrar en el competitivo de Vainglory?

MiniDookie: Comencé a jugar en el servidor SA, luego me mudé a USA y cambié de servidor. Jugando en NA comencé a jugar contra players muy buenos como BestChuckNA, FlashX y me di cuenta que le ganaba partidas. Volví a SA y conocí a itaiYai y Swayney y comenzamos a jugar. Hicimos una racha de 200, 250 ganadas con solo dos derrotas, y nos dimos cuentas que deberíamos empezar a jugar torneos

ItaiYait: Anteriormente estaba en torneos, pero nunca llegaba a instancias finales. Pasé por muchos equipos, donde en uno de ellos gané el torneo sudamericano de Vainglory Master, la gané con SrMusTer. Luego sucede lo que conto Mini, comenzamos a jugar juntos con su hermano MegaDookie y luego incluimos a Swayney que termino siendo el titular del equipo.

Swayney: Yo jugaba las tres posiciones, cuando volvió MiniDookie de NA él jugaba mucho con Itai y siempre ha sido mi amigo y él en una ocasión me invitó a unas partidas con MiniDookie mientras su hermano MegaDookie no estaba. Comenzamos a jugar y jugar, a tener sinergia, habilidades juntos, así nos unimos más y más.

Individualmente, ¿Cuáles piensan que son sus principales fortalezas y cuales sus debilidades?

MiniDookie: Yo tengo una fortaleza que también considero mi debilidad, me considero un jugador muy agresivo. Muchas veces esa característica me ha llevado a ganar partidas. Normalmente siempre soy agresivo en la línea, en cierto modo eso hace que otros players tengo un cierto respeto por mi cuando estamos en partida. Una de mis debilidades es que me centro mucho en mis ideas, en mis calls y en ocasiones puedo errar en una. También soy un poco individualista en los drafts.

ItaiYait: Mi fortaleza es que me considero muy versátil en cuanto a usar héroes se refiere. Una debilidad seria me pongo muy nervioso cuando juego torneos, cuando sé que las otras personas son buenas y sé que será difícil me pongo muy nervioso. Aunque ya lo he controlado, en este torneo he jugado mucho más concentrado y un poco más calmado.

Swayney: Una fortaleza mía puede ser el tiempo que tengo jugando y he podido ajustarme en todas las posiciones del juego. Entre mis debilidades cuando pierdo por errores mínimos me frustra, luego de hacer una buena partida y luego por un error mínimo perder me hace molestar.

MiniDookie: Nuestra fortaleza como equipo es nuestra habilidad, somos los tres jugadores muy habilidosos. Nuestra principal debilidad es que como somos tan bueno individualmente no trabajamos tan bien en equipo en algunas ocasiones, cada uno hace bien su trabajo, pero al momento de dar los focus o algunas rotaciones nos perdemos un poco ahí.

¿Qué desafíos han afrontado hasta ahora?, ¿cuál ha sido el más difícil?

MiniDookie: Uno es las peleas entre nosotros mismos, que alguno de nosotros se les ha dificultado llegar al torneo, que ha tenido lag al momento de las partidas. La otra sin duda es el lag de esta parte del Servidor, jugadores de Chile y Perú se nota que estamos muy alejados del mismo, que se ubica en Brasil. Hemos tenido que jugar con 180, 300 ms (Como Swayney que jugo con 300 en el último partido contra RED). Nos ha afectado al competir contra equipos brasileños que pueden kaitear y juegan con 20, 30 ms.

ItaiYait:  Básicamente, problemas personales o de conexión. Nos ha llevado a tener muchas discusiones entre nosotros.

Swayney: El principal problema sigue siendo el ping, comparado con los otros equipos de SA tenemos igual de habilidad, cada uno tiene lo suyo. Son pequeño detalles que hacen frustrante la experiencia en el juego.

¿A dónde quieren llegar en un futuro?

MiniDookie: Nuestro sueño es ir al mundial, es el sueño máximo. Representar al servidor. Por eso iniciamos en Vainglory, al principio fue por diversión, al danos cuenta que éramos uno de los mejores equipos del servidor y ganar la mayoría de partidas que jugábamos, se nos vino a la cabeza que era un sueño que podríamos cumplir. Al comienzo había mucha diferencia con otros equipos en el servidor como Zonic o como RED, pero ya ahora ya no, ahora es algo real, algo que puede suceder y algo que probablemente suceda. Apuntamos a jugar el mundial, a jugar campeonatos en vivo.  Quizá ganar uno de los tres Arena Vainglory que se van a disputar a lo largo del año.

¿Cuál ha sido el mejor momento jugando Vainlory juntos?

MiniDookie: Sin duda lo más divertido que hemos hecho como equipo son las llamadas de discord, la pasamos muy bien fuera del competitivo, hemos hecho bromas, nos reímos siempre. Hemos tenidos alto y bajos, pero los hemos sabido superar y aquí seguimos juntos.

ItaiYait: Creo que el mejor momento que hemos pasado jugando Vainglory, fue todas las partidas que hicimos en verano del año pasado. Somos bastante buenos para molestarnos entre nosotros, nos gusta reírnos. Somos amigos Swayney y yo desde enero de 2015 y nos conocemos bien, Mini se adapta muy bien ya que tiene una personalidad parecida a ambos y hace bromas con nosotros.

Swayney: Nuestros mejores momentos fueron en verano. Más que todos hacíamos llamadas mientras jugábamos para reírnos y tener momentos graciosos, chistes y uno que otro día estábamos en torneo, hacíamos pequeñas bromas aun sabiendo que teníamos que ser serios.

¿Algún consejo para las personas que quieren mejorar en Vainglory?

MiniDookie: Yo soy principalmente línea, y lo principal que hay que saber es dar los last-hit, tratar de mantener un farm de 10 o 12 cs por minuto o lo más alto posible sin perder minions. Luego de aprender el last-hit, aprenderse las rotaciones del jungler para calcular cuando puede venir a gankear a la línea, intentar hacer los 1 contra 1 el otro laner.

ItaiYait: Mi consejo es conocer el tipo de héroe que llevas, si es early o late game, para saber cómo farmear la jungla. Otro punto importante es conocer al jungler enemigo saber si es early o late para saber si tienen posibilidad de invadirte o de que existan fights en los primeros minutos. También tener comunicación constante con tu equipo para que te digan si el capitan enemigo no está en la línea, el Laner bajo a la tienda a comprar y ese tipo de cosas para saber cuándo es bueno invadir o cuando no.

Swayney: El capitán tiene que tener visión desde el inicio, los primeros 2 o 3 minutos son cruciales, saber si tu jungla es buena invadiendo o es mas de jugar pasivo porque es late. Si es early deberías acompañarlos para aprovechar esa pequeña ventaja que tienes en los primeros 5 o 6 min al comienzo de la partida. En el late game debes poner muchas minas, ya que esta la Kraken y de por si, habrá muchas fights. También hay que tener ojos en todas partes, tienes al menos 4 objetos que activar y mil ojos en las team fights. Siempre debes proteger al carry, es el héroe más débil pero el que hace más daño. Cuidar al carry es lo principal y tratar de dar bien los ítems.

Desde la EZL les deseamos la mejor de las suertes al equipo de Dookie Brothers en la actual competición del Arena Vainglory y que sus metas se cumplan en un futuro cercano.

Escrito por: Painkllr, Editado por: Fredykrueger, Reckoning35

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South American Draft League – Season 2

EZL is delighted to announce that Season 2 of the EZL Draft League has begun in South America! With more than 450 people applying to participate, competition for spots in the league was fierce, as everyone wanted to get in on the action. After the draft, 16 teams were formed, and have just now begun to battle it out. Over the next eight weeks, these teams will continue to clash, hoping to claim a share of the massive 65 000+ ICE prize pool on offer.

The teams will be split into two divisions: Aquarius and Taurus. After going through the two weeks of balancing, then completing the five-week regular season – which consists of a round robin stage of teams divided into subgroups, with teams switching subgroups depending on their results – the eight teams with the highest number of points will enter the week-long playoffs. Points will be awarded depending on the number of series won by each team during the regular season, with each series being best-of-three. When the league heads into playoffs, the format switches to single-elimination. Series will remain best-of-three in the playoffs until the final, which will become a best-of-five battle for the championship. This format promises to bring us plenty of action and intense dueling!

This second season of the South American Draft League has plenty of competition. According to the Head of SA, Painkllr, teams to follow include:

  • Princesas Divinas – Captain: OneForAII
  • LosSacoWeas – Captain: FerchoStyle
  • Team Sin Mar – Captain: cdBiohazard

Meanwhile, there are a couple of star players who will be competing in this iteration of EZL! From those three teams listed above come RY4NX, Matalex and SirApple respectively, who all have professional experience and are known to be some of the best players on the SA server. Watch out for these teams and their stars to shine!

Just as is currently occurring in the EZL NAes Draft League, some of the matches in the SA Draft League will be streamed by partnered content creators of EZL. Once again, check out and follow the Twitch channels of Fonclais (http://www.twitch.tv/Fonclais), iStephanieMoreno (http://www.twitch.tv/iStephanieMoreno), and RamKaos (http://www.twitch.tv/RamKaos) – these guys will be streaming a number of exciting series throughout the season!

The second season of the EZL SA Draft League is shaping up to be truly amazing. Stay tuned and support the teams as they all look to win the championship!

Aquarius Division Standings

Taurus Division Standings

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Announcing the inaugural NAes Draft League

Para leer este articulo en español, click aquí

EZL is excited to announce the beginning of Season 1 in the NAes Draft League – a new division of EZL created specifically for our Spanish-speaking members who play on the NA server. We received almost two-hundred applications to participate in Season 1 of NAes! After completing the draft on the 14th of May, eight teams of four players have been formed – all of whom will be competing for a share in the total prize pool of 31 000 ICE. Check below for the distribution of ICE, which will be awarded according to the final placings of the teams.

Place ICE
1st TBC*
2nd TBC*
3rd TBC*
4th TBC*
5th TBC*
6th TBC*

*EDIT: After the publishing of this article, ICE distribution for NAes was revised and is currently being finalised. Correct ICE distribution will be published in the near future.

NAes Draft League is in a round robin format, and will last for seven weeks (not including the preseason) from the 21st of May until the 9th of July. Each team will play the other seven teams twice throughout the season, in a best-of-three series: consisting of a standard draft-mode match for the first two games, and a standard blind-pick match if the series goes to the decider. There will be two series for each team per week. Also, a new point system will be in play for NAes, with three points given to winner of each series and zero points given to the losing team. Standings in NAes will be determined by the number of points each team has gained.

This upcoming season looks to be competitive and full of thrills! According to the Painkllr, the man in charge of the league, EMMANUEL1’s team Asesinos de Élite is quite possibly the one to beat. Also, watch out for JoshuaAlonso’s team Rhino Rampage, which is set to make a big splash. Top players such as AndroiDe29 from Rhino Rampage, and Elcocoxd and Deivid11057 from Asesinos de Élite are shaping up to star for their respective teams.

A number of NAes matches will be streamed by our partnered content creators – Fonclais (http://www.twitch.tv/Fonclais), iStephanieMoreno (http://www.twitch.tv/iStephanieMoreno), and RamKaos (http://www.twitch.tv/RamKaos) – and casted by Reckoning35. Every broadcast will be hosted by one of these amazing streamers; be sure to check out their Twitch channels and hit that follow button! This Friday, on the 26th of May, there will be two matches streamed live on RamKaos’ channel, so tune in and enjoy the action.

NAes Draft League is an exciting new development in EZL, and we wish the members and captains competing the best of luck. May the best team win!

Point Standings

Team Rosters

https://www.toornament.com/tournaments/5919ee41150ba0825f8b460e/information

*The point standings and team rosters are hosted and will be updated on Toornament, a website and app that allows organising of tournaments such as the NAes Draft League. Search for Toornament in the Google Play Store or in the Apple App Store to download the app, then search for “EZL Draft LEAGUE NAes”  – or visit the above link.

Rules (Español only)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1TGEqAGUnoLdWRpam1IQTV0Zjg/view

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EZL Season 1 Schedule

 

Phase 1: Preparation

Applications Close

On December 30th, 11:59 PM EST, Member and Captain applications for Season 1 will be closed for the North American Region. These applications are closed 48 hours before Draft Day so that Captains have adequate time to scout every applicant and not be surprised by last minute applications.

Draft Order

On January 1st 2017, Admins will enter all the Captains into a randomizer which will give the draft order. It is done 24 hours in advance so that Captains can prepare a draft strategy depending on the number they received from the randomizer.

Draft Day

On January 2nd, Captains will begin picking their players in a serpentine fashion. This means the captain given the first position will make their first pick, then the second captain will pick until the last captain. Then the second round begins from the last captain and works backward and the cycle repeats until every team is full.

Week 1

The first week will be known as Pre-Season. For the first week this will be shortened due to the holidays which delayed the Draft Day. This week will be only 4 days. This time is given to the teams to practice, get to know each other, set up their discords/bands or any form of communication that they wish to choose. Furthermore, the schedule for all the matches of the Regular Season will be given to all the Captains so they can schedule* their matches ahead of time.

*Note: These match times can be re-scheduled with 24 hours notice.

 

There will be two applications that become available on Jan 3rd. The Free Agent pool is a pool of players who can be drafted if an emergency occurs and a team is short a member for any reason. The Free Agent Application is for players who joined or heard of EZL after the season has already started, so instead of having to wait 12 weeks for the season to end, they can choose to be a free agent. Furthermore, at the same time, the North American Season 2 Member Applications will open.

 

Phase 2: Match Time

Week 2-Week 8

These weeks are known as the Regular Season. Each teams will be assigned to play 2 matches against one enemy team and 2 matches against another enemy team each week. The total number of matches will be 14 matches. These matches, no matter if lost or won, do not remove a team from the EZL. The seedings for the Playoffs will be derived from Win/Losses, but if there is a tie, the tiebreaker will be decided by the statistics sheet which will find which team has the highest amounts of points. If the statistics sheet is also a tie, a randomizer will decide which team will be seeded where.

 

Week 9-Week 10

These weeks are the Playoff weeks. These matches are played in a Best of 3, single elimination format, meaning if you lose the Best of 3, you are out for that season.

 

First place team will receive 2/3 of the ICE Prize Pool.

Second Place team will receive 1/3 of the ICE Prize Pool.

 

Post-Season

Weeks 11 and 12 are known as post season. During these weeks the top 8 Captains will be asked if they wish to stay on as Captains for the second season and all other members and captains are removed. If you are not a top 8 Captain, your Captain position is removed but you are most welcome to apply again for the second season as a Captain. Scouting will once again begin for the second season and take place during these two weeks.

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OP-Playz

Announcing OP-Playz by EZL!

In an attempt to help build our members’ fame and popularity, we’re accepting clips/recordings of in-game plays. We will review each play submitted then choose around 10 to post on our YouTube channel. These plays will not only help get your name noticed by others in the gaming community or sponsors but will also serve to give our Captains something to take note of when they are picking players on draft day.

Once you have your recording, post your link on BAND or on Discord.

EZL Youtube

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Welcome to EZL! – Everything you need to know

This article is meant to explain more about the EZL. Special thanks to Head Admin Skillz4Killz for the hour long interview! Links will be located at the end of the article.

Table of Contents

  1. What is the EZL?
  2. What makes the EZL unique?
  3. Department Heads
  4. Season Information
  5. Team Information
  6. Game/Match Information
  7. Review/Key points, Conclusion
  8. Few words from Head Admin

What is the EZL?

From a professional perspective, the EZL is meant to be a global, multi-platform opportunity for players of any level of skill and age to compete for recognition and prizes. The cornerstone of the league is having fun and socializing with new people. For many younger gamers, parents who view gaming as a waste of time instead of something that should be respected and enjoyed by people of all ages is quite big struggle. Here at EZL we attempt to change the perception of gaming to instead be something respected and desired by both players and parents. In conclusion, EZL is a place for gamers to grow, improve, and socialize. At EZL we will host various games and championships with prizes and opportunities for people to make a name for themselves.

What makes the EZL unique?

  1. Draft: Captains will scout players and get to draft players to be on their team on Draft Day.
  2. Trades: Captains are allowed to trade players in a 1 for 1 trade.
  3. Global: The league will take place in all regions where there are enough players to participate.

Who runs the EZL?

Our head admin is Skillz4Killz.  Skillz is friendly and personable, so don’t be afraid to message him on Discord or Band! (Links can be found at the very end)

The EZL is also comprised of many department heads and department workers.  The following list shows each department with its respective employees.

Department Heads:   

Head of EU Division

ToYo

Head of SEA Division

Fabthology

Editor-in-Chief

Tsar_Maple

Head of Statistics

rit3j0b

Head of Streaming, Shoutcasting

ELITE

Head of Web Design, Coding

ShaDaz

Head of Discord

Omega

Head of Recruiting

TheOldEagle

Head of Public Relations

teepee

Head of Band

TSaxJefferyN1

Head of Bots

Mujykun

Head of Discord Moderating

Hiruzenai

Department Members:

Moderators:

EP1CNESS                   ApplesandOranges            DeviousKing                           Eber                      FattioMcCheesio         Mooofasa                         xXColdLegacyXx             AbioticHarp                          Hwasabi                   NovaKade

Coders:

KingLancelot         Kewy             KingCosmic            physiX                  VGDodo        S1XSE7EN (Intern)

Graphic Designers:

Wifey                   autoMATTic                DemmyFalling         Brenn23                                                                         T$                       TheBrightLord              TheAbel

Streamers:

Itherium (Intern)

Journalists:

Playlover          VoloVG (me 🙂 )        Halinator          B1uerose         physiX

Translators:

Exasperante           Garich               PlasmicvirkUk      

Season Information:

Each season consists of a time equal to each in-game season. For Vainglory, each season is approximately 3 months. The ideal goal is to have 32 teams per season, but this number can be shifted around to make sure that everyone has a chance to join in. Below is an approximate season breakdown.

Season Breakdown

1-2 Preseason weeks – Build synergy with your team and practice for the regular season

4-6 Weeks of regular season – Matches will be assigned at random. Standings will follow a score where every game will be counted and the seeding for playoffs is determined by Wins/Losses

1-2 Weeks of Playoffs – At the end of the regular season, all teams will clash it out in the Playoffs for a chance to enter and win the EZL Championship and receive top-notch prizes. Playoffs will be single elimination and each match is a best of 3. The first and third game draft order will be decided by the higher seed of the regular season.

1-2 Weeks of post season – During the post season All-Star games will be played where all participants and fans will vote for the most wanted players on the website. Each subdivision of the league will play against the other. This is also where Top 8 captains get to stay for next season and the others are removed but are able to apply again if wanted. Post-season is also where captains begin scouting the Draft Pool for the second season.

Team Information

  1. On draft day, captains draft five players from the pool of applicants. Drafts will be in serpentine fashion. Serpentine fashion is where a random order will be given to the captains a day or two before the draft. They will make the first round pick 1-32 and then go back 32-1, then 1-32 and 32-1, etc.
  2. Captains are in charge of scheduling players for matches according to match schedules and player availability. The captain does NOT have to be part of the team playing.
  3. While the captain has complete control over his team, kicking of a member is not allowed. All picks are final and players may not be replaced with anyone outside the team – except in the case of a player breaking a rule, which will result in the player being removed from the league or moved by trade.
  4. 1 trade per team is allowed during the preseason and 1 before the midpoint of the regular season.
  5. Teams made in EZL will be kept only on the website and not in game. Your in-game teams will remain as you wish.
  6. Teams are reset at the end of every season. Captains are also reset excluding the top 8 captains, though previous players and captains are still allowed to re-apply.
  7. To participate, you must have the qualifications to play draft pick.

Game/Match Information:

  1. A team will play four matches a week. Two matches against one team, and two matches against another team.
  2. Each match will consist of 3 draft matches.
  3. Playoffs will be played in a best of 3 (BO3) format, with single elimination

The championship matches will determine the prizes won by each team. Below is an incomplete (subject to change) list of prizes. As the EZL grows, prizes are only going to increase. So invite your friends, family, and even your biggest rivals. Crush your enemies on stream for the world to see and be forever kept in the records of EZLgg.com. Please note that distribution of prizes is still undergoing finalization regarding distribution of cash/ICE prizes for tournament winners.

Current estimates:

If  8 Teams participate in the Playoffs: 4500 ICE prize pool

If 16 Teams participate: 7200 ICE prize pool

If 32 Teams participate: 9000 ICE prize pool

Review/Key points:

  • Each season lasts around 3 months
  • Captains choose 5 people from a pool of players
  • Player picks are final, except for rare situations
  • Teams are ranked by wins and losses
  • 1 trade is allowed in the preseason
  • 1 trade is allowed before the midpoint of the regular season
  • Teams reset at the end of a season. Everyone is allowed to re-apply (including captains, but excluding top 8 captains)
  • Toxicity is not allowed

A few words from Skillz4Killz:

“Here at the EZL, we want people to participate and have fun, so be sure to get involved with the community to make the league friendly and available to all. This league is made by the community, for the community, and run by the community. We are very open to suggestions, advice, and change.”

If you have any other questions or suggestions please don’t be afraid to email us. You can also message us on Discord and Band! Thanks!

EZL Links:

Band                                                                                                                                                                              Discord
Twitter
Twitch 
Mobcrush
YouTube

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Partnership Announcement with G2GeSports

With great pleasure, we are announcing one of the first partnerships of EZL. G2GeSports will be helping run the EU division of the EZL. With their vast experience of hosting tournaments in various eSports (as seen at their website) they will be a great asset to EZL.

We hope to build this relationship much further as time goes on.

For more information, please feel free to contact either G2GeSports or EZL_Official at any time.

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EZL Rules And Regulations

These are the Rules and Regulations and can be referred to by any member to contest or uphold decisions made by other players, the community, or its leadership.

Section 1: Rules and Regulations

All rules are subject to change if needed.

Anyone found to be in violation of these rules and regulations will receive a warning, and after 3 warnings you will be permanently banned from the EZL. Admins may ban someone and forego the 3 warnings depending on the severity of the issue at hand. In the EZL, we do not disrespect or harass anyone, whether they are a member or not, we show inspiring sportsmanship and we take constructive criticism well; we all have something to learn. All public posts, comments, and chats are required to be PG friendly. Therefore, the following behaviour is not allowed, among other things.

  • Profanity
  • Slurs
  • Player shaming
  • Nudity
  • Inappropriate behavior

Section 2: EZL Explanation

The EZL is a league intended for any competitive player from any skill level. In the EZL, a draft will be done near the end of every season to prepare the teams for the next season.

Scouting Period:

The weeks before the draft will be known as the scouting period. During this period Captains will be granted access to all the applications that have been sent in. They will then go through each application and decide to contact each applicant and scout each one by asking further questions, playing with members, or any other form of scouting they wish to conduct.

Draft Day:

On Draft Day, all Captains will be online on discord and on stream to make sure the entire process is held fairly. The order of the draft will be decided a few days in advance and will be completely random. The draft will occur in a serpentine fashion in order to keep it fair.

Preseason:

Once teams have been made, each team is given 1-2 weeks of preseason to prepare for the season. During this time, teams should feel free to practice as much as they would like, and begin to build synergy as a team.

Regular Season:

Each team will be playing against 2 other teams every week. All teams will be required to play 3 games against every other team. Game 1 and Game 2 will be draft with teams switching sides of draft between each. Game 3 will always be Blind Pick. Each game will count towards the Standings, which will be used to decide the seeding for the Playoffs. The better the team does during the regular season, the easier the road to the Championships will be for them during the Playoffs.

Playoffs:

Each team will be seeded into a bracket determined by the standings of the regular season. The playoffs will be played in a Best of 3 Single Elimination format. Once you lose, you are out. Winning gets you into the next round, and closer to the championship.

Players

The league consists of two types of members, they are known as Captains and Members.

Responsibilities (All responsibilities are subject to change as needed):

Captains:

  1. Keeping up to date with all changes, announcements, and important matters and making their team aware of all such things.
  2. Taking screenshots of post game scoreboards, whether it is a victory or not.
  3. Scheduling match times with other captains and reporting each match time.
  4. Keeping teammates aware of all match times.

Trades

Trading is allowed until the midway point of the Regular Season. A trade must be a 1 for 1 trade. Teams are limited to 1 trade in the pre-season, and 1 trade during the last week before the the midway point of the Regular Season.

 

Again, all of the rules and regulations are subject to change as time goes on. Thank you for reading, and we hope to see you on the Halcyon Fold.