SFL: Groups, Rules, Schedule
As we have now all technical things prepared, this weekend the first big solo fullspeed league is finally starting. In this news you can read about many important information about the 1on1 Spring Fullspeed League.
Rules for SFL
Of course, this solo premiership has its own rules.
What shall I do, if...
Q:...I start the match?
A: You have to play the two maps (pre-chosen!) until 7 points. In case of a tie (1-1), a decider map has to be defined with elimination method (see explanation below!). It is mandatory to take screenshots from each maps results! If you forget this, you will recieve penalties.
Q:...I don't have time at the default matchdate?
A: You can agree with any of your opponents on moving the matchdate. This new date can be 3 days before, or 3 days after your default. A clear agreement should be there in the comments, or in a protest ticket. Should a match miss this agreement, the consequences will be judged upon the available facts by a responsible admin.
Q:...my opponent did not show up on the match?
A: You have to open a protest ticket. DO NOT set exception (no-show) for the match! We use other penalty system in Premiership templates. If a racer won't show up, or won't answer to the protest you opened, 1 (one) major penalty will be given and the match will be a default win.
Q:...my opponent has been disconnected from the match?
A: You have to wait for him/her ten (10) minutes. If he/she doesn't come back within the told timerange, you should open a protest ticket with the facts.
League penalties are used in premiership-type leagues. There are minor and major penalty points. One major penalty is equal with 10 minor penalty points. Once you reach 30 minors/ 3 major penalties, you are out of the league.
These penalties are also used for calculating the points you reach. Each minor penalty means a -0.1 point minus. Major penalties make an extraction of -1 point. After the groupstage, the final rankings will be counted with these penalties.
We punish different things with league penalties. Here is a little table with some of them:
We reserve our rights to change the rules anytime if required. If there's no rule defined for a certain case, a responsible admin has the right to make decisions.
Match system, Mapschedule
The matches are in best of three modus. This means, if the players have won 1-1 maps, a decider map has to be driven. To define the decider map, use the elimination method. Explanation: You played 2 maps. Player A eliminates the 3rd, and Player B the 4th. The decider map is the fifth map. The same method is applied when the special maps have arrived to the Speed Mappack. The default tracks are set to the matches.
//Your Admin team
Rasque, Wednesday, 25/04/12 01:45
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