Lets start having a few days that are more interesting then others. Most people play just league but, would like to play other games. Only issue is we can’t get everyone in at the same time. So this summer lets try to get this place running with some fun days.
May 26th which is a sunday. Counter strike, Call of duty 4, Unreal 3, Shadow run, Rainbow six 1, roque spear, Day of defeat and a few other shooters. All day pass 10 dollars. Or 11 dollars and get a monster with it for this day only!
May 27th This is a monday. League of legends, Dota 2, Hon, Smite. All day pass 10 dollars. Or 11 dollars and get a monster with it for this day only!
May 28th Tuesday MMO night will be replaced with All day pass 10 dollars. Or 11 dollars and get a monster with it for this day only! Any mmo games like WoW, Tera, Warz.
May 29th Which is a Wednesday. Civ 5, lords of the rings, startcraft 1,2. Warcraft3, Age of empires, Command and conquer, Supreme commander. All day pass 10 dollars. Or 11 dollars and get a monster with it for this day only!
May 30th Which is a Thursday. Nothing scheduled.
May 31st Friday Nothing Scheduled.
June 1st Saturday. League of Legends 5v5 tournament 50 dollars to enter per team + paypal fees. http://challonge.com/ is the bracket are using. Teams must sign up online by May 30th. This is Double elimination. Will start at 1pm Yes we open at 4pm but, will open early for this to make sure its over by midnight. Max teams allowed is 12. May 31st by 5pm the bracket will be posted on which teams will fight first. We will use http://www.random.org/ to pick first pick and rooms. Registration will start Wednesday April 24th. You must pay online with paypal Registration link will be posted April 24th. If 8 teams sign up by April 30th We will fill out the Riot prize form for riot prizes. If not we will not fill it out as we need a mim of 8 teams to get the prizes.
If 8 teams sign up 3rd and 4th place will have prices if Riot approves the us. This is short notice so we can’t promise 100% riot will approve us on short notice.
3rd and 4th place
To determine 3rd and 4th place we will have this posted by reregistration date looking for a format to explain the details more easy.
Prizes are as following
50% of entry fees to first place
25% of entry fees to second place
General & Game Settings:
- Competition Method: 5 vs. 5
- Maps allowed: Summoner’s Rift
- Mode: Tournament Draft
- Bans per team: 3
- Game Length: Until the winner is determined
- Game Winner: The team who completely destroys their opponent’s nexus or forces their opponent to surrender.
- Champion Selection: Tournament Draft mode will be used. Players may only select champions that are unlocked via any means.
- Restrictions: There are no item/champion restrictions at this time. At the discretion of the Tournament Director or Head Admin, restrictions may be added while the tournament is in progress if there are known bugs with any items/champions.
- Game Build: Tournament Build – Lulu Patch
- Region: North America
- Draft Options: The built-in draft mode will be used for all drafting. A manual draft should only be used if the built-in draft mode cannot be used for any reason. The starting players for each team must be declared prior to the start of the draft (i.e. you cannot substitute a player after a draft has been conducted).
- Draft Order: IPL will pick a number to determine which team will have the choice to select their side as blue (first pick) or purple (second pick) With staff hitting the random generator button.
- In a multiple game series, the loser of a game will receive first pick for the next game.
- Draft mode proceeds in a snake draft format as follows:
- Team 1 = A; Team 2 = B
- Bans: ABABAB
- Picks: ABBAABBAAB
Stoppage of Play:
- Unintentional Disconnection: One player losing connection to the game due to problems or issues with the game client, platform, network, or PC.
- Game Leaving/Intentional Disconnection: One player losing connection to the game due to player’s actions (i.e. quitting the game).
- Server Crash: Multiple players losing connection due to an issue with a server or platform.
Stoppage of Play Procedure/Pause Rules:
- A player, who is experiences technical issues, on any team may call for a game restart prior to first blood within the first 5 minutes of the game (i.e. before the timer shows 5:00). The player must be experiencing a hardware malfunction (e.g. monitor, peripheral, etc), a physical disruption (e.g. fan interference, table or chair breakage), or a configuration issues (e.g. runes, masteries, or summoner spells are not properly applied). The player must declare the issue in public chat or to a tournament administrator and then intentionally disconnect. Once the player disconnects, the game is considered null and void and should be restarted unless a tournament administrator determines that the conduct represents unfair play. If the game is being played on a Tournament Realm, then the Pause Rules apply (see below)
- If an unintentional disconnection occurs within 5 minutes from the start of the match & before first blood -OR- a player’s client crashes or fails to load after champion selection, then the match must be restarted. Otherwise if the unintentional disconnection occurs after those milestones, the game will continue as normal. The crashed player may reconnect into the game as soon as they are able. If the game is being played on a Tournament Realm, then the Pause Rules apply (see below).
- If a player intentionally disconnects without specifying a reason, then the game will continue as normal.
- If a server crash occurs, then the tournament director or head referee will decide either between (a) restarting the game or (b) awarding the game to one of the teams. As a guideline, a game victory will only be awarded in a situation where one team was on the verge of certain defeat (e.g. A nexus was about to be destroyed). If the game is being played on a Tournament Realm, then the Pause Rules apply (see below).
Pause (Tournament Realm Only):
- Pause is a tool that is used by major tournaments held on the tournament realm to ensure that technical difficulties with tournament hardware or servers do not impact the results of the tournament.
- Pause (/pause) may be invoked by either a tournament admin or a player based on the following conditions:
- Tournament admins can order the pause of a match for any reason. Tournament admins at a live tournament are allowed to execute a pause command on any player station.
- Players can pause the match if either of the following additional conditions are met:
- After any player has disconnected from the game due to any form of network disconnect or computer crash. The “Player has disconnected” message must appear on screen.
- After requesting and successfully receiving permission from a tournament admin to pause the game due to hardware malfunction (e.g. monitor, peripheral, etc) or a physical disruption of the player (e.g. fan interference, table or chair breakage)
- The game will not resume (/unpause) until clearance from an admin is issued and all players are notified and are ready at their stations.
- If an admin does not resume the game after 10 minutes or determine that technical difficulties will not allow for the game to resume as normal (including a team’s ability to be in proper position for certain game events such a minion spawn), then the head admin may make a decision to restart the game or award a game victory to a team, one team was on the verge of certain defeat.
- Teams are required to check in 10 minutes before the start of their scheduled match. Teams that fail to do so will be penalized under the following rules:
- If a player pauses or unpauses the game without permission, it will be consider unfair play.
- Teams who repeatedly abuse the pause function may be subject to game forfeitures or tournament suspensions based on the following rules:
- First offense will result in a warning by the tournament director.
- Second offense will result in forfeiture of the game.
- Any more offenses will result in forfeiture of the entire match.
- The following actions will be considered unfair play:
- The use of any cheat program and/or map hack program.
- An intentional disconnection
- The use of any settings exceeding the standard and permitted settings
- Intentionally allowing an opponent to win a match.
- Unsportsmanlike or disruptive behavior such as inappropriate and/or unprofessional actions directed towards another player or tournament official.
- The use of a game bug that is determined by the board of referees as being unfair.
- Upon discovery of any player committing any violations regarded as unfair play, the offending player, at the sole discretion of the tournament director or a group of referees, may receive a warning, a forfeit loss, or a disqualified from the tournament. Prize money may also be deducted as a % from the offending teams at the sole discretion of the Tournament Director in accordance with tournament policy.
- During the course of the event, the board of referees may determine other actions to embody unfair play.
- It is at the discretion of the tournament director to modify any of the rules above to ensure fair play between teams in a tournament. The rules could potentially be amended in the following cases:
- A different patch/version release is used and modifications to the rules are necessary to ensure fair play.
- Players are suspected or proven to be engaging in unfair play or collusion to fix a match.
- Changes to game settings and/or operations guidelines are necessary due to differences between online and offline tournaments.
- There are substantial delays to a tournament that would prevent it from concluding in a timely fashion as required by a live venue.
- Match Length: This tournament will be a double-elimination, best of three format. No time limit will be enforced.