In case of trouble encountered during the match in progress, a referee may be called
They will naturally need as much admissible evidence as possible to make a good decision (bear in mind that they can't see everything that is happening to you!)
Please upload your piece of evidence as soon as possible, before your referee comes into your game chat on G4G
Note that any abusive request will be punished
Please respect your opponents and referees, esports have to be gentlemen disciplines. Abiding by the rules means playing in a fair environment, and only this will let you show your real skills.
Talking courteously with your opponent(s), even if your game goes wrong, will always make you lose less time and generate less stress.
1.Ensure that your game accounts are up-to-date:
1.1 Check your game accounts :
Make sure to check your game accounts before registering for a tournament, if you can not modify your game accounts, please contact a referee before starting your match so that he may modify it.
In order to modify an ingame account on the website, press the "account settings" button and then on "Complete my accounts".
Warning, game account modifications are not possible in the following cases:
You are already registered to a tournament.
A tournament you are registered in is running.
A tournament you have participated is still active on the website.
1.2 During the tournament:
During a tournament, it is imperative to check your opponent's ID before the start of the match, if you start the game despite the presence of an opponent in violation on this point, you will no longer be able to claim the win of the match by contesting this issue afterwards.
In case of a recent modification of the Games ID's a player may be allowed to play. He will have to prove the modification within the time limit given by the referee.
2. Preparation and launch of the game :
2.1 Each captain has 10 minutes to confirm their current attendance and participation in the game by clicking on the button "I'm ready". If they don't do it on time, their team will be automatically disqualified.
2.2 Once you claim that your team is ready, the game must be launched as soon as possible or a referee will be entitled to make you lose the first round, or even more. (concerning the single-round matches, this will be a direct disqualification)
2.3 When the game launches, the game chat creates and has to be used by captains to get in touch with their opponent, and with the G4G staff (please note that he is not going to come into your game chat until you call him with the dedicated button).
Remember to check all game settings before playing.
Playing the game with wrong settings means you agree to play with these settings, even if the rules are not right.
If you play that game, it will be considered a valid game and you won't have the ability to ask for a referee if you lose it.
If you don't accept wrong settings, please immediately stop the game, ask your opponent to set them correctly, and if needed, ask for a referee
3.During the game:
3.1 The player on top of the bracket (on the left side of the game sheet) hosts the first round (when applicable). The details regarding the preparation and the running of the game is included in the game rules section.
3.2 If a connection problem occurs, you need to refer to the connection/disconnection section found in the game rules.
3.3 Once the game is started, please use the G4G chat to get in touch with your opponents; Please monitor the game progress on G4G at least every five minutes to avoid running the risk of being disqualified for not replying to the referee or not seeing that your opponent is trying to cheat.
3.4 At the end of the game you have to validate the results and to behave like a gentleman: fair play is the key to a good experience.
4. Non-compliance to Fair Play Regulations :
4.1 Keyboard and mouse on console: Unless mentioned otherwise in the tournament's rules, the use of keyboard and mouse and additional equipment offering an advantage (cronus, rapid fire..) on console is strictly forbidden, if this violation is formally noticed the player in question will be immediately disqualified and his opponent will be designated as the winner.
In case of recurrence of this violation, the player will be banished from the site.
4.2 Insults / bad behavior: You must show respect to your opponent, if a bad behavior is denounced and proven by your opponent you will receive a penalty ranging from disqualification to the final exclusion of the site.
Insults and bad behaviors taking place on a platform other than the Glory4Gamers site (console messages (Inbox), social networks, etc ...) will also be sanctioned if it is proven that it is related to the match concerned.
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The team designated HOST on the game sheet (highest on the bracket) must configure the game and invite their opponents.
Starting side pick:
The team designated HOST on the game sheet (highest on the bracket) chooses their side (attack or defense).
WARNING: Regarding disconnections, please refer to the game rules (“Disconnection” paragraph). In order to prevent any useless conflict, game rules ALWAYS prevail over general rules.
Streaming / Casting
Players may stream their matches with a 210 seconds delay minimum.
Your match may be cast by NC or any partner of theirs, in that case, you will be contacted by a referee in your game sheet’s chatbox and be told how to contact the caster.
You can refuse to be cast and give your reasons for doing so, the staff will have the final decision over whether the cast is maintained or not.
Connection / disconnection
If the majority of players experiences lag/freeze issues during a round and it has had a significant impact on the result, the staff may decide to have the round replayed.
Warning, for this to happen, the following conditions must be respected:
- Players must provide evidence showing the problems they encountered (video proofs will most often be mandatory).
- No other round must have started
If the staff allows the teams to replay the round, no rehost will be deduced.
The cases of DDOS being recurrent, do know that both teams will be reported on the website, if a team becomes suspicious to the eyes of the staff, it may suffer a heavy punishment.
Only one rehost is allowed per team and per map.
To rehost: both players of a team must leave the game in preparation phase, you must not wait for your opponent’s agreement.
The game must then resume by taking the following elements into account:
- Score when the rehost took place
- Defense sites played and available.
- Banned operators during the ban phase.
Warning, if you leave a second time, not only will your rehost be refused but you will suffer a penalty round.
If a player is disconnected during a round, it is not interrupted and the player may try to reconnect before the beginning of the next round. If they cannot do so, all the players leave the game and the player is reinvited.
If the aforementioned player takes too much time to come back, the referee may punish their team.
On this format of the tournament no pick up is allowed, if one player is missing,then his team is disqualified.
No player change is permitted during the match.
Playlist type: Normal game
Number of Bans: 4
Ban Timer: 30
Number of Rounds: 6
Attacker/Defender role swap: 3
Overtime: 3 rounds
Overtime score difference: 2
Overtime role change: 1
Objective Rotation Parameter: 1
Objective Type Rotation: Rounds won
Attacker unique spawn: On
Pick Phase Timer: 25
6TH Pick Phase: OFF
Damage Handicap: 100
Friendly Fire Damage: 100
Death Replay: OFF
Clarification on the objective rotation parameter: when a team wins on a site, it cannot defend it again before winning a round on one (1) other site. If defenders win on two sites they can return on the first site they defended.
Blackbeard is not considered a shield. Only Montagne and Blitz as well as Fuze and Recruit when these have a shield equipped are considered as such.
Operators included in a DLC are forbidden until they are available for all, that is to say, one week after being released.
If a cheat or glitch is proved, it will result in an immediate disqualification followed by a permanent ban from the website for the cheater and their team captain.
When you see a violation you must immediately gather proofs (your opponents’ usernames must appear) and leave the match. If a new round starts your claim will be invalid.
You have 10 minutes to upload proofs supporting your claim, past this delay, your protest may be denied even if it is legitimate.
Warning: if your protest is unjustified or illegitimate, you will lose your rehost.
You may send your video proofs to our Twitter account (public tweet only) by citing @Glory4gamersFR + your match number (ex: #00000000).
You may also use a third party website in order to get the video URL which you may then send in the chat.
PS4 and XBOX players can send their screenshots directly from their platform to the following IDs!
G4G_Preuve G4G Preuve
Don’t forget to specify your match number when sending your proof, otherwise your request will not proceed.
No communication will be done through the platform, contacts with a referee stick to the game sheet.
Without any valid proof to support your claim, the referee won’t be able to proceed your request, we strongly advise that you always take screenshots of your results and of infractions you wish to report (video clips will sometimes be mandatory).