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 the good decision (bear in mind that they can't see everything that is happeing 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 gentlemens disciplines. Abiding by the rules means playing in a fair environment, 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 loose less time and generate less stress.
1.Ensure that your game accounts are up-to-date:
1.1 Your game accounts on the website must be strictly the same as those used ingame otherwise you might get an immediate disqualification, even if you reached the finals.
1.2 If you do not find your opponent or if one has a bad game account, you can refer to a referee who will decide how to proceed
2. Preparation and launch of the game :
2.1 You have 10 minutes to confirm your current attendance and participation in the game by clicking on the button "I'm ready". If you don't do it on time, you will be automatically disqualified.
2.2 Once you claim that you are ready, the game must be launched as soon as possible or a referee will be entitled to mak you lose the first round, or even more.
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 untill 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 tese 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 loose 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 hosts the first round (when applicable), then the second will be hosted by the other player, and so on until a winner is declared.
3.2 If a connection problem occurs, you can ask your opponents to change host once (and once only).
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: fairplay is the key to a good experience.
4. Penalties :
4.1 Any behavior considered as bad or harmful to your opponent or to Glory4Gamers member of staff is punishable, from a warning to a permanent ban.
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Format of the bracket:
The tournament follows the rule of direct disposal (in case of defeat no draft will be made) in conquest (detailed below).
All decks are permitted.
You have five minutes break (at the most) between every game and opponent.
Any disconnection of the lobby, game or match, will result in immediate disqualification from the tournament.
Players must add friend on the game using the information provided on the scoresheet; the top player on the match sheet creates the lobby (for the entire bo) by inviting his opponent using the "Challenge for free" button.
Before starting a game, each player must choose two (or three if a BO5) classes. Players must then announce their pick in the following order:
A player announces first class.
Player B announces its first class.
Player B announces its second class.
A player announces its second class.
(Then if a BO5)
A player announces third.
Player B announced its third class.
Victory and defeat:
Qand a player wins a round with a deck, this one and the class used can not be used during the remainder of the game. The losing player can choose whether to keep his deck for the next game, however please note that if it retains the same class it is imperative to keep the same deck (you can not use two different decks using the same class in the same match against an opponent).
The player is not forced to play its decks in order to pick phase. Both players can player quite the same class, such as two players can each have a Paladin deck.
Example of accepted evidence and requested
In case of litigation and / or arbitration commissioning, we will ask for proof of your victory. It will provide us a screenshot of the victory screen appear by the nicknames of the players and the time.
Each player must also take a screenshot of the lobby when the invitation to the challenge. Referees must be able to view decks used by players during the game.