Bracket Tournaments

League of Legends: Summoner's Rift Rules

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1. Joining the Match Lobby:

  • All teams must use the provided tournament code found within the app
  • Teams will have 15 minutes after the match start time to join the lobby. Failure to do so will result in a forfeit
  • Starting the game 15 minutes after the match code has been generated will result in a forfeit or double forfeit.
  • The FF will be issued to the team without a complete roster in the lobby.
  • Teams have up to 15 minutes to join the following games and brackets after the codes and notifications have been issued.

2. Randomized Side Selection:

  • In a BO1, map sides and pick priority (Blue/1st or Red/2nd) are randomly assigned every game. Teams must adhere to the assigned sides or face disqualification or an ungamerlike warning.
  • In a BO3, map sides and pick priority is randomly selected for the first game. After that point, the team that got the red side in the first game, will get the blue side for Game 2.
  • In the event that a team has side selection for a game, but is not the first team to enter the lobby, the opponent should move to the red side until they arrive. Not respecting this rule will result in a disqualification.

3. Substitutions:

  • Substitutions after registering for a tournament are not allowed. In order to change the roster, the team captain needs to leave the tournament and re-join the tournament before the lock in period of 10 minutes before the tournament start time.

4. Spectators:

  • Each team is allowed to have one spectator during the game, which must be a coach or fellow team member. Spectators will view the game with a 3-minute delay, ensuring the match integrity. • Spectators must join with the same League of Legends account they registered in the Gamercraft App

5. Gamercraft Tier System

  • Tiers are automatically assigned at account creation & after a successful anti-cheating review by our app. Our Tiers do not replace League of Legends rank. In fact, we use ranks as one of the main parameters to draft players into the specific tier leagues
  • Gamercraft's Tier System has 8 specific tiers designed to account for the different skill ranges within the game's player distribution to create more competitive experiences to Gold, Silver & Bronze players which account for the majority of the players base.
  • Our seven tiers are: Elder, Baron, Herald, Infernal, Sentinel,  Wolves, Poro
  • In order to participate in a specific tournaments, you must meet the tier eligibility criteria

6. Smurfing:

  • Smurfing is prohibited here at Gamercraft & it does not stay there. We are proactive about catching smurfers. We conduct reviews at the moment of signup & before and after every tournament
  • Smurf Patrol: The Smurf Patrol is an internal compliance department whose primary job is to identify & purge smurfers from our platform. The final decisions of the Smurf Patrollers will be binding & may be appealed
  • Smurf Patrol Authority: Smurf Patrollers will have access to all match codes and can spectate any match at their own discretion. A player can only be flagged for smurfing once significant evidence has been presented and a majority consensus has been reached 

7. Forfeit & Double Forfeit:

  • A forfeit (FF) is when the entire team fails to show up to the game lobby within the time frames established in Rule #1. This automatically grants the other team a win.
  • A double forfeit (DFF) occurs when both of the teams fail to show up to the game lobby. The winner of the other match will automatically get a win in the following bracket or round.

8. LCS Order & ProDraft:

  • LCS Order & ProDraft are not mandatory and are courtesy, unless otherwise stated in the app's tournaments rules for the specific tournament
  • If one team proposes LCS Order / ProDraft, the other team may or may not accede to it.
  • Gamercraft encourages all teams & players to maintain the principle of Gamership at all times.

9. In-Game Pauses:

  • Each team can pause the game for a maximum, cumulative amount of 5 minutes.
  • In extreme cases of technical difficulties, the pauses can go beyond this threshold if both parties agree.
  • Exceeding the 5 minute mark without a valid reason approved by admins or without agreeance from both parties, will result in a disqualification.

10. Live Tournament Support:

  • Gamercraft is committed to providing responsive support to our competitors & will address concerns within 120 seconds of receiving it while a tournament is active.
  • While we'll go the extra mile to solve & address your issues & requests, there are a few areas where Gamercraft has no control over & can't provide support & will be redirected to contact Riot Games.

11. Disconnections

  • If a player disconnects during Champ select, they have 5 minutes to reconnect. The same picks & bans must be fulfilled. Failure to do so will result in a forfeit
  • If a player disconnects during the game, they have 5 minutes of pause time for the player to reconnect. If the player is unable to reconnect within the 5 minutes, the game must be continued
  • The disconnected player can join back in the game even after the 5 minutes of pause time has passed

12. Refunds for Paid Tournaments

  • If a player or team does not show up for a tournament, they forfeit their right to a refund. If a team is flagged for cheating in a tournament, they forfeit their right to a refund.

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