Gamercraft Integrations

Gamercraft’s anti-cheating and tier integrations are internal tools and algorithms that review your account performance and historical data to ensure you are compliant with our anti-cheating standards and are placed in the right skill-based tier.

Competitive Status

With the introduction of Competitive Statuses, we plan to make it easier for users to understand what's necessary need to compete in our tournaments. They're statuses assigned

Our system analyzes all of your historical normal and ranked match data for signs of cheating at signup. Depending on the result of the check, you might be placed into one of three anti-cheating statuses:

  1. Approved

    1. You are cleared to participate in all Gamercraft tournaments and leaderboards. With this status, you can join all tournaments, teams, and activities within Gamercraft.

  2. Unmet Requirements

    1. This status means that your linked account does not meet the minimum requirements to participate in our high-stakes, paid tournament. You can still join all open-rank tournaments and leaderboards, but not join any paid tourney until you're verified.

    2. Players who were never ranked are placed in the Poro division, restricting them to play in low-stakes tournaments. The only way out is to get ranked on League!

    3. Q: I was assigned this status. What can I do?

      1. You can play enough games to meet the requirements and you'll automatically get in the queue to be reviewed by our system and fair play team.

  3. Restricted

    1. This status is assigned when the model detected suspicious activity in your account or you are a confirmed cheater. This status restricts all access to Gamercraft's free and paid tournaments.

    2. You can follow our appeal process by contacting our support team via email ([email protected]).

Tiers

Gamercraft's tiers are skill-adjusted competitive divisions based on your League of Legends rank and historical competitive statistics. This new system will allow us to gamify our ecosystem, organize more engaged, interconnected formats, and provide fairer competitive experiences.

To learn more about tiers, please click the button below:

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