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GCCL / GCCL Season 11 [June 2018] - Registrations Closed!
« on: June 04, 2018, 02:10:53 pm »


Gamer.LK is pleased to announce Season 11 of the Gamer.LK Clans Counter Strike League (GCCL) tournament, the oldest gaming league in Sri Lanka. MSI is the Technology Partner and Red Bull is the Official Energy Drink for GCCL Season 11 - a ranked tournament, with matches being played on servers provided by Dialog Gaming. Taking part in such ranked tournaments would increase a team’s rank, however failure to show up after registration might lead to penalties in rank.

GCCL Season 11 kicks off in June 2018 and is open to all Sri Lankans living in and out of Sri Lanka. Banned players will not be allowed to take part in GCCL Season 11.

GCCL Season 11 would follow Gamer.LK Ranked | Counter Strike Competitive Rules.

All Steam profiles need to be registered using their Community Profile URL. All participants are kindly reminded to make their Steam profiles public during the period of the tournament. The profiles need to be made public from the time of registration since we will be verifying each account being used. This is mandatory for all players, irrespective of skill level or rank. Please go through the rules to find out more about player registration and VAC bans.

Registrations
Registrations are FREE and open from 04 June till 20 June 2018.

Format of Play
Double Elimination Format

Draw
21 June 2018

Matches Commence
1 July 2018

GCCL IS AN ONLINE TOURNAMENT. YOU WILL NEED AN INTERNET CONNECTION AND A VALID STEAM ACCOUNT WITH COUNTER STRIKE: GLOBAL OFFENSIVE PURCHASED TO TAKE PART IN THIS TOURNAMENT.


If you are unable to see the Registration Form below, click here for the direct link.


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Competitive Tournament Rules / Gamer.LK Banned Players List
« on: June 03, 2018, 11:46:21 pm »
We as Gamer.LK consider that providing a level and fair competitive playing field is of utmost importance. In 2015, we announced our first steps towards this for Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) by tracking and maintaining player registrations at Gamer.LK Ranked CS:GO tournaments.

Today, we announce the release of the full list of players banned from all Gamer.LK Ranked tournaments. The list currently contains CS:GO players who have been caught cheating by the game publisher’s anti-cheat system (Valve Anti-Cheat).

The list of players banned from all Gamer.LK Ranked tournaments can be found at http://gamer.lk/blacklist.

This list will continue to be maintained and updated to reflect any future bans as well. The ban period specified will extend to all Gamer.LK Ranked tournaments both offline and online.

For updated Valve Anti-Cheat Ban rules please refer to the Gamer.LK Ranked Counter Strike:Global Offensive and Dota 2 rules.


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Overwatch / Get nAiled 2018 Overwatch League Team Details
« on: April 18, 2018, 05:55:07 pm »




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Overwatch / Get nAiled 2018 Overwatch League Schedule
« on: April 18, 2018, 05:52:42 pm »

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Fortnite / Fortnite Username List
« on: March 29, 2018, 12:48:42 am »
Hey guys,

Share your Epic Games or PSN or Xbox ID here so that you can add each other squad up! One of the mods will continue to keep this list updated. Good luck!

Leave it in the format of ID (Platform) so that its easy to identify. Let me start.  (Y)



rameshliyanage (PC)

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At the end of 2017, the members of the Sri Lanka eSports Association (SLeSA) unanimously agreed to move to FIFA 18 as the official FIFA version starting from 2018. Alongside this decision, Clash Royale was included into the list of ranked titles in Sri Lanka in order to promote eSports across the mobile platform. SLeSA consists of representation from all major clans in the country with Gamer.LK’s leadership.


Taking its first step into the competitive eSports industry in Sri Lanka, Mobitel in strategic partnership with Gamer.LK, launched the first ever X-station eSports League. Promising to be a grand event open to all gamers in the country, the Championship features FIFA 18 (PlayStation 4) and Clash Royale (Mobile). Boasting of a prizepool amounting to LKR 70,000, this will be the first-ever ranked eSports tournament for these titles in Sri Lanka.

Mobitel, the leading Mobile Service Provider in Sri Lanka aims to introduce new technology to the youth of Sri Lanka and plans through such engaging events. In strategic partnership with Gamer.LK, they have entered a new chapter, venturing into the continuously evolving and improving world of eSports.

X-station eSports Championship, will be happening at X-station, 409 R. A. De Mel Mawatha, Colombo on the 3rd of March 2018.

To register for this event, please visit http://bit.ly/xstationesports.

For more details about X-station: http://xstation.lk.

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GCDL / Rescheduling of matches for GCDL Season 12
« on: February 22, 2018, 02:27:41 pm »
Seeing as there was a lot of community feedback based on the network instability experienced for a portion of users yesterday, we would like to address this issue and clarify our stance on this moving forward.

Gamer.LK works with all the telecommunication providers (telcos) in Sri Lanka and maintains an excellent working relationship with them. Based on this, we were able to reach out directly to the ISP in question and since then have worked with them to fix a routing path issue not only to the SEA servers we use for Dota 2 but in general for all the SEA hosted servers across multiple games. Additionally, in the hope of optimising routes across all telcos, we have also passed on these details to the other telcos as well.

We do this on a periodical basis or as and when we receive server updates most oftenly directly through the technical teams of game publishers and developers. Our commitment in this regard is for all the ranked game titles as well as popular game titles such as PUBG, Fortnite, Paladins, etc as we would like the gaming community in Sri Lanka to always benefit from the best latency ingame across all telcos. Utilising our unique position in the industry, we are in the best position to provide all the necessary technical and statistical information as well.

Coming to the issue of matches held yesterday, we would like to first mention that all our decisions were based on existing rules made public well before the tournament began. Things like “matches besides the semis/finals will not be rescheduled” were informed when the draw was posted as well on our website. It is based on these rules that our first decision of not rescheduling any matches, was taken. There was no consideration of what network ISP a player/team uses or even what team/player it is when we take a decision of this nature.

We are deeply passionate about the community we built over the past decade and taking everything into consideration, we have decided to annul the results of the matches played on 21 February 2018. These matches will be played once again from the 1st of March 2018. As such the following matches will be played again: Match 81, 82 and 83. The GCDL Season 12 schedule has been updated accordingly:



How we issue reschedules and how it is implemented across all our leagues is a complex discussion and will be something we hope to tackle actively through our upcoming events. While during third-party events with strict time schedules this is not possible, we may look at other alternatives as well. We welcome and value your feedback to help us improve on the overall eSports experience.



TLDR;

Hi everyone,

We checked on the connection issues that several teams experienced yesterday and were able to confirm it with our partner ISPs. In light of this, we are considering this an extraordinary situation which is eligible to overrule the ‘no re-schedules’ rule for the tournament. After discussion with staff and senior admins, we have decided to re-schedule all GCDL matches played yesterday. See new schedule below:



As always, thank you for voicing your concerns and constant feedback!

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The following are the game-specific rules for Gamer.LK Clash Royale Ranked tournaments. These rules must be followed in conjunction with the General Competitive Rules of Gamer.LK Ranked Tournaments.

GENERAL COMPETITIVE RULES AT GAMER.LK RANKED TOURNAMENTS
The General Competitive Rules can be found here. The general rules listed there apply to all gaming titles and all teams/players who register for any Gamer.LK Ranked Competitive tournament are expected to follow them.



1. - TOURNAMENT BRACKET

The tournament bracket used will be handled by the game itself.


2. - PLAYER COMMITMENT

2.1. - By submitting a registration for a Gamer.LK Ranked Clash Royale tournament, all players acknowledge without limitation to comply with the rules set herein and especially with the decisions made by the Gamer.LK Staff.

2.2. - All competitors are expected to know and understand all the rules described here. Not knowing that a rule existed or that it was in place will not be considered as an acceptable reason for breaking said rule.

2.3. - A player’s name, icon, profile picture or logo may not contain any of the following: profanities, obscene language, gang affiliation, drugs, sexual material, offensive material, slander of Gamer.LK or it’s administration, partners or sponsors.


3. - ACCOUNT ELIGIBILITY

3.1. - Player accounts must be level 8 or higher to participate.

3.2. - Sharing accounts during the tournament is strictly forbidden. The player who registers for the tournament must remain the sole controller of their account throughout all tournament gameplay.

3.3. - Players are only allowed to enter using a single account, and must use only that account throughout the duration of tournament gameplay.


4. - TERMINOLOGY

4.1. - A Game is a single round of Clash Royale. Each game is played as a Friendly Battle.

4.2. - A match is played as a "Best of 3", unless stated otherwise.

4.3. - A bracket is the series of matches that are played in order to determine a tournament winner.


5. - GAMEPLAY

5.1. - Card Restrictions
5.1.1. - There are no card restrictions for Bracket Play and Elimination phases of the tournament.
5.1.2. - Players may choose any combination of cards and decks throughout their scheduled games and matches and alter their deck any time prior to each scheduled game.
5.1.3. - Finals phases of the tournament, cards are restricted by Double Blind Ban Rules (Double Blind Ban Rules). Otherwise, there are no additional card restrictions.

5.2. - Card Levels
5.2.1. - Cards and King Level are set at certain caps. Players whose King level or
card levels are higher than the caps will have their levels reduced to the
cap. (If the King level or card levels are lower than the cap, they will be
unaffected, which does not use Friendly Rules, described below.)
5.2.2. - King Level is capped at level 9.
5.2.3. - Common Cards are capped at level 9.
5.2.4. - Rare Cards are capped at level 7.
5.2.5. - Epic Cards are capped at level 4.
5.2.6. - Legendary Cards are capped at level 1.
5.2.7. - In addition, the length of overtime will be 3 minutes instead of 1 minute.

5.3. - Friendly Rules
In Bracket Play, Elimination, Semi and Finals, players will battle using Friendly Battles. In Friendly Battles, the Tournament Rules above apply.
Additionally, Friendly Rules apply. With Friendly Rules, all King and Card levels
are set to match the level cap, even if the player's King or Cards are below the
cap.

5.4. - BEST OF 3 FORMAT
5.4.1. - The player who ends each individual game by destroying the greatest amount of their enemy towers is awarded one “win”.
5.4.2. - Game wins awarded are not influenced by the number of towers destroyed. For example, a winning player destroys 3 enemy towers and their opponent destroys 0 towers, the winning player will only receive 1 win towards their overall match score.
5.4.3. - In the event that an equal amount of enemy towers are destroyed (or no
towers are destroyed), the game is considered a draw and no win is awarded to
either player for that game.
5.4.4. - The first player to win 2 games in the best-of-three series is declared the winner of the match.
5.4.5. - If after three games neither player receives 2 wins, or if the first two consecutive matches in a series are draws, a final game is immediately played with Tiebreaker Rules (Tiebreaker Rules).
5.4.6. - The winner of the final game played with Tiebreaker Rules is declared winner of the match

5.5. - BEST OF 3 FORMAT - TIE-BREAKER RULES
5.5.1. - When a game is played with Tiebreaker Rules, the player who destroys the
greatest amount of their enemy towers is awarded the win.
5.5.2. - At the end of the game, in the event that an equal amount of enemy towers are destroyed (or no towers are destroyed), the player with the lowest health on any of the individual remaining towers will lose the match, and their opponent will be awarded the win.
5.5.3. - Only the status of the lowest-health individual tower is considered, not the cumulative health across all of a player’s towers.

5.6. - DOUBLE BLIND BAN RULES
5.6.1. - Before the first game of a match, both players will be able to
declare one card banned, resulting in up to 2 cards banned.
5.6.2. - Neither player will be informed of the card their opponent has banned until after they have decided which card they will ban.
5.6.3. - If both players choose the same card to ban, only one card will be banned for the remainder of the match, instead of two cards.
5.6.4. - Players will inform a tournament admin of the card they will ban in advance of the first game of a scheduled match. Once confirmed privately, the tournament
admin will then inform both players of the cards that have been banned, and they
will be able to prepare their deck for their first game.
5.6.5 - After the initial banning phase, no more cards will be banned for the remainder of the match. The banned cards will remain banned for the remainder of the match, including during any matches played with BEST OF 3 FORMAT - TIE-BREAKER RULES.
5.6.6. - Players may not play any of their scheduled games with a
deck containing any card that has been banned by either player at the beginning
of the match, whether the player in question has used the banned card or not
used the card during actual gameplay.
5.6.7. - If a deck is played with a banned card and is not discovered until the match is complete, that player will lose the match, regardless of previously recorded results. If the deck is played with a banned card and it is discovered before the match is complete, the game where the banned deck was used will become a loss for the player in violation of this rule.

5.7. - ADDITIONAL RULES
5.7.1. - Players may not be assisted by any other party during their matches. Sharing accounts during the tournament is strictly forbidden.
5.7.2. - The player who enters the tournament must remain the sole controller of
their account throughout all tournament gameplay.
5.7.3. - Collusion is strictly forbidden. Players may not be coached in any way while tournament gameplay is in progress.
5.7.4. - Competitors are not allowed to receive anyoutside messages related to tournament gameplay from another party while they are playing.
5.7.5. - Players may not spectate their matches from another device during any of their scheduled tournament matches.

5.8. - JOINING CLANS
5.8.1. - Players must leave their current clan before they can request to join the
tournament clan.
5.8.2. - Players can begin joining clans 15 minutes before the
tournament start time.
5.8.3. - Players who do not join their clan within 30 minutes of the
tournament start time will not be allowed to participate.
5.8.4. - Players will be direction by tournament admins to leave and join certain clans as they advance through the tournament.
5.8.5. - Players must follow admin directions to advance through the tournament.

5.9. - GAME REQUESTS 
5.9.1. - The player on either the left or top side of their scheduled match should request a Friendly Battle within their clan.
5.9.2. - Requests should include the opposing player’s name in the message box. 5.9.3. - Players who accept matches outside of their scheduled games may be removed from the tournament at an admin’s discretion.

5.10. - SCORE REPORTING
5.10.1 - Match results in this phase are reported by players.
5.10.2. - After each game, one player selects the winner in the moderate tab of their match.
5.10.3. - The other player will then choose to either confirm or dispute the game result.
5.10.4. - If one player disputes a game result, the opponent is given the opportunity to correct the score or further dispute it.
5.10.5. - If players are unable to resolve the dispute on their own, they can additionally select “Request a Moderator” to call for admin assistance.
5.10.6. - Admins will review the match results. If both players agree that the wrong score was inputted, the Admin will change it to reflect the correct score.
5.10.7. - If both players disagree about the score, players are required to upload a screenshot of the match result.
5.10.8. - This can be done by clicking the “View/Upload Images” button
under the relevant game.
5.10.9. - Admins will then declare the winner based on the screenshot evidence.
5.10.10. - Players who consistently report the incorrect score, whether intentionally or unintentionally, may be subject to disqualification at the Admin’s discretion.
5.10.11. - Players who tamper with their match result screenshots will be disqualified after careful review of the evidence.




LAST MODIFIED: 16 FEBRUARY 2018




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The following are the game-specific rules for Gamer.LK Special Force 2 Ranked tournaments. These rules must be followed in conjunction with the General Competitive Rules of Gamer.LK Ranked Tournaments.

GENERAL COMPETITIVE RULES AT GAMER.LK RANKED TOURNAMENTS
The General Competitive Rules can be found here. The general rules listed there apply to all gaming titles and all teams/players who register for any Gamer.LK Ranked Competitive tournament are expected to follow them.



1. - TOURNAMENT BRACKET

The tournament bracket used (single elimination/double elimination/group stage) will be decided by the Organizer and announced on the Tournament Announcement posted on Gamer.LK. The Gamer.LK Ranking system will be used for the purpose of seeding to make the draws as and when needed. No other ranking will be considered.


2. - TOURNAMENT COMMUNICATION

All teams and players are encouraged to join the Sri Lanka Special Force 2 Community Facebook group to stay up-to-date with the latest information regarding the game and local community.


3. - TEAM COMMITMENT

3.1. - By submitting a registration for a Gamer.LK Ranked Special Force 2 tournament, all teams and players acknowledge without limitation to comply with the rules set herein and especially with the decisions made by the Gamer.LK Staff.

3.2. - All competitors are expected to know and understand all the rules described here. Not knowing that a rule existed or that it was in place will not be considered as an acceptable reason for breaking said rule.

3.3. - A player or team’s name, icon, profile picture or logo may not contain any of the following: profanities, obscene language, gang affiliation, drugs, sexual material, offensive material, slander of Gamer.LK or it’s administration, partners or sponsors.


4. - GAME MODE SETTINGS

Round Limit: 7 rounds
Game Format: Best of 3, Finals – Best of 5
Max Player: 5 vs 5
Team: 1SR – 4AR, 2SR – 3AR, 5AR; only 1 MG allowed per team
Game Mode: Sabotage, Escape, Seizure
Change Team: Apply
Team Balance: OFF
Third Person Spectator: OFF
Kill Cam: OFF
Weapon Restrictions: NONE


5. - MAPS

Sabotage:
-Satellite
-Hangar
-Embassy
-Desert
-Station,

Seizure:
-Quarantine
-Ryokan

Escape:
-Construction Site
-Shipyard


6. - MAP AND SIDE PICK RULES

6.1. - At LAN tournaments, TWO coin tosses are needed for each match. One coin toss will be to start the VETO process, one coin toss will be to choose the side.

6.2. - The second coin toss winner will get to choose between the Red or Blue sides.

6.3. - In online tournaments, the team seeded higher (the first team as listed on the bracket - eg: Team Lion vs Team Unicorn, Team Lion will be considered as the higher seed) will get to start the VETO process with their opposition team being given the chance to choose the side.

6.4. - Usual VETO process will be followed by both team captains to select a map. The last remaining map after the bans will be played.



7. - PRE-GAME PROCEDURES

7.1. - Tournament Staff will be in-charge of choosing the creator of the room (always blue side/team captain will create the room)

7.2. - All players must use their personal Playpark Special Force 2 Accounts.

7.3. - There will be NO Item Restriction.

7.4. Round start time will be set by the Tournament Staff.

7.5. - It is the Team Captain’s responsibility to make sure the team is on time and available at the round start time.

7.6. - Maximum of two snipers allowed per team.

7.7. - Any breach of these procedures will be penalised as follows:
7.7.1. - First offense will result to a losing point on the offending team.
7.7.2. - Second offense will result the disqualification of the whole team.

7.8. - Tournament Officials will check all the weapon slots before the match starts.



8. - IN-GAME PROCEDURES

8.1. - Only ONE tactical pause is allowed.

8.2. - Unless a player disconnects the team wont be allowed to take another pause.

8.3. - If a player gets disconnected after the first kill has been made, the round has to finish and the team can request for a pause so the disconnected player can rejoin the game.

8.4. - If a player got disconnected before the first kill has been made in the first round, the match will be restarted

8.5. - The waiting time for the disconnected player is 10 minutes maximum.

8.6. - If the player does not connect within the given time, the match will have to continue without the missing player.

8.7. - If one player encounters latency issue, the match will have to continue.

8.8. - If one player per team encounters latency issue, the match will have to continue.

8.9. - If two or more players from both teams encounters a latency issue, the Tournament Staff shall reserve the right to pause the match until the latency issue reverts back to normal.

8.10. - Usage of known bugs in the game to gain advantage will result in the disqualification of the team.

8.11. - If an unknown bug shows up during the tournament, the players must inform the Tournament Staff to see if the game should be stopped. The Staff will then decide either to restart, continue or reschedule the tournament.

8.11. - Communication, either verbal or through the in-game chat service, is allowed between team members during their matches; however, communication with the opposing team, especially in the form of taunts or abusive language, is strictly prohibited.

8.12. - Deliberately stopping, hanging or disconnecting during gameplay will result in immediate disqualification.

8.13. - Usage of any external programs to gain advantage will result in an automatic disqualification and such players will be banned permanently from all Gamer.LK Ranked Special Force 2 tournaments.

8.14. - During a LAN event, in the situation of an equipment malfunction, the player affected is to raise his/her hand to inform the Staff.

8.15. - If a team deliberately leaves a match before it ends, that game will be forfeited and the winning point awarded to the opposing team. Further penalties may also be imposed.



LAST MODIFIED: 19 JANUARY 2018

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GCDL / GCDL Season 12 [February 2018] - Registrations Now Open!
« on: January 09, 2018, 07:45:32 pm »


Gamer.LK is proud to announce season 12 of the Gamer.LK Clans Dota 2 League (GCDL) tournament, the longest running online league of its kind in Sri Lanka!

GCDL kicks off in February 2018 and is open to all clans in Sri Lanka. Tournament matches will be played entirely online on South East Asia (SEA) servers and matches will be broadcasted live on DOTA 2 TV. GCDL will be a Gamer.LK Ranked Tournament. Taking part in such ranked tournaments would increase a team’s rank, however failure to show up after registration might lead to penalties in rank. Any suspended players or teams will not be allowed to take part in GCDL Season 12.

GCDL Season 12 would follow Gamer.LK Ranked | DOTA 2 Competitive Rules and will be the first major online Sri Lankan Dota 2 tournament to be played on the new patch.

All participants are kindly reminded to make their Steam profiles public during the period of the tournament. The profiles need to be made public from the time of registration since we will be verifying each account being used. This is mandatory for all players, irrespective of skill level or rank.
 
Registrations
Registrations are FREE and open from 09 January till 25 January 2018

Format of Play
Double Elimination Format

Draw
29 January 2018

Match Commencement
01 February 2018


If you are unable to see the Registration Form below, click here for the direct link.



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The following are the game-specific rules for Gamer.LK Project CARS Ranked tournaments. These rules must be followed in conjunction with the General Competitive Rules of Gamer.LK Ranked Tournaments.

GENERAL COMPETITIVE RULES AT GAMER.LK RANKED TOURNAMENTS
The General Competitive Rules can be found here. The general rules listed there apply to all gaming titles and all teams/players who register for any Gamer.LK Ranked Competitive tournament are expected to follow them.



1. - TOURNAMENT BRACKET

The tournament bracket used (single elimination/double elimination/group stage) will be decided by the Organizer and announced on the Tournament Announcement posted on Gamer.LK. Gamer.LK will make every effort to have the most fair bracket but depending on time constraints this may change at the discretion of the Gamer.LK Staff. The Gamer.LK Ranking system will be used for the purpose of seeding to make the draws as and when needed. No other ranking will be considered.


2. - TOURNAMENT COMMUNICATION

All teams and players are encouraged to join the Sri Lanka Project Cars Community Facebook group to stay up-to-date with the latest information regarding the game and the local community.


3. - PLAYER COMMITMENT

3.1. - By submitting a registration for a Gamer.LK Ranked Project CARS tournament, all players acknowledge without limitation to comply with the rules set herein and especially with the decisions made by the Gamer.LK Staff.

3.2. - All competitors are expected to know and understand all the rules described here. Not knowing that a rule existed or that it was in place will not be considered as an acceptable reason for breaking said rule.

3.3. - A player’s name, icon, profile picture or logo may not contain any of the following: profanities, obscene language, gang affiliation, drugs, sexual material, offensive material, slander of Gamer.LK or it’s administration, partners or sponsors.


4. - GAME RULES

4.1. - Competition Method
Free for all

4.2. - Structure and Sessions
- Privacy: Private
- Maximum Grid Size: Can be decided by the organizers going up to max grid size of 8
- Fill with AI Opponents: No
- Opponents All Identical Car: Off
- Car Class: Road ‘A’ Cars until quarter finals; Any car except for Open Wheel from quarter finals
onwards.
- Practice 1: No
- Practice 2: No
- Qualifying: 5 minutes - if necessary
- Warm-up: No

4.3. - Conditions
- Weather: Fixed
- Weather Progression: Sync To Race
- Date Type: Race Date
- Starting Time: 13:00
- Time Progression: Off
- Opponent Names: On

4.4. - Restrictions
- Force Interior View: No
- Force Manual Gears: No
- Force Realistic Driving Aids: Yes
- Force Default Setups: Yes
- Allow ABS: Yes
- Allow Stability Control: Yes
- Allow Traction Control: Yes
- Damage: Visual only
- Tire Wear: Off
- Fuel Usage:Off
- Auto Start Engine: Yes
- Flags & Penalties: On

4.5. - Tracks
The following locations and event lengths are approved for use in Gamer.LK Ranked | Project Cars tournaments. No others can be selected unless approved by Gamer.LK Tournament Staff before the event.

All rounds until the quarter finals will be played on the below mentioned track:
– Willow Springs International Raceway : 3 laps

From quarter finals onwards one of the following tracks will be selected based on a VETO system.
– Silverstone GP : 4 laps
– Imola : 4 laps
– Hockenheim GP : 4 laps
– Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca : 4 laps
– Willow Springs International Raceway : 4 laps
– Sakitto GP : 4 laps
– Spa-Francorchamps : 3 laps
– Nordschleife : 2 laps

A Coin toss will be used to determine who will start in the map-veto/pick process.


5. - GAMEPLAY RULES

5.1. - Abuses & Exploitation
Exploiting game or map bugs/glitches/flaws (“exploits”) for the purposes of gaining an unfair advantage is prohibited. Exploits that are not specifically named here are still prohibited but will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. Gamer.LK Staff reserve the right to decide what will be deemed as an exploit or abuse.

5.2. - Use of Third Party Softwares
The use of 3rd party software that enhances performance (trainers) is illegal. Should a player be found using such software, he may be disqualified from the tournament. Any complaint regarding such matter should be made during the match, and will be dealt with after the race is completed.

5.3. - Track Cutting
Track cutting is illegal. These are defined as instances where a player can gain a time advantage by moving all 4 wheels off the track. Track cutting will be identified by the game itself. If a player gains a position or time advantage due to intentional track cutting, a drive through penalty may be implemented in the immediate next lap.

5.4. - Impersonations
Impersonating an eligible player by attempting to alias as them, using their Steam account or by any other method is prohibited and will result in the aliasing player and the player they are aliasing as being removed from the tournament.

5.5. - Unsportsmanlike Behavior
In the case of unsportsmanlike behavior in-game (e.g. ramming, collision, deliberate griefing) a drive through penalty may be implemented in the immediate next lap.
- If such an incident occurs on the final lap after the pit lane entrance has passed, the offending party will receive a 30-second time penalty, while the disadvantaged party will retain their position at the time of the incident.
- If hit from behind deliberately to spin the opponent in front out of track, a penalty of a 5-second time penalty be imposed.
- If the player in front slows down after a bump or a crash, they cannot block the player coming in from behind. If this happens, a 5-second time penalty will be imposed.

For an orderly and pleasant game it is essential that all players have a sporting and fair attitude. If Tournament Staff (Gamer.LK Referees) believe a player to be in breach of this rule then they will receive a formal warning (in addition to the relevant penalty), or in extreme cases, instant elimination. The race may be restarted if such incident occurs.


6. - MATCH RULES

6.1. - End of Race
At the end of each match, the players must remain seated, remain at the victory/defeat screen and await a referee to record the results. Closing the victory/defeat screen without the replay being checked by a referee may result in a default loss.

6.2. - Disconnects
Since Project Cars tournaments are played online there could be instances where disconnections occur.
Disconnection: any connection loss between opponents due to system, network, PC, and/or power problems/issues.
Intentional disconnection: any connection loss between opponents due to a player’s actions (to avoid losing or disrupt the match). The race may continue at the discretion of the Tournament Staff and upon judgment by the referee, the offending player may be charged with a default loss.
If a player disconnects during a match, the game is always re-hosted unless the dropped player would not have earned any points from their potential finishing position based on their performance in the match up to the point of disconnection.

6.3. - Pauses
If a player pauses a game they must state the reason for the interruption and how long it will approximately take to a Referee. The game can only be resumed by the player that paused the game at the discretion of the referees. Violations and abuse of this rule are handled as unsportsmanlike behavior and can lead to disqualification.

6.4. - Match Interruptions & Crashes, Bugs
If a player's controller crashes or a player disconnects or if the race is involuntarily interrupted due to a player crash, server crash, network failure, power failure, etc the game must always re-hosted.

6.4. - Unfair Play
The following actions will be considered unfair play:
1. the use of any cheat program
2. an intentional disconnection
3. the use of any settings exceeding the standard and permitted settings
4. any “unnecessary chatting” during the match. “Unnecessary chatting” means any chatting other than the cases such as: greeting messages between the players; repeat of “P” to request for a pause during a stage match; a signal for the loss (i.e.: „gg‟, „GG‟, or any other message that the referee can use to decide the winner); chatting between players that does not violate the unsportsmanlike behavior clause; any message that the referee can judge as part of the game.
5. clearly allowing one’s opponent to win a match.
6. if a referee decides that external conditions (Press, Team Leader, Player, Spectator, etc) are giving or have given an unfair advantage to a player, the player may be given a warning or lose by default at the referee’s sole discretion.
7. unsportsmanlike behavior or, in general, disruptive (e.g., shouting), inappropriate and/or unprofessional actions directed towards another player (even inside the game).
8. the use of a program bug that is determined by the Tournament Staff as being unfair.
Upon discovery of any player committing any violations regarded as unfair play, the offending player, at the sole discretion of the Tournament Staff, may receive a warning, a forfeit loss or, in extreme cases, be disqualified from the tournament.

6.5. - Game Settings Precautions
The teams‟ and players‟ abilities cannot be modified arbitrarily. Graphics and other settings may only be setup through the menu. (Configuration file cannot be used). Players on both sides must select the options before they begin the game. The match result will be accepted even if the players, during or after the match, find out each others' settings were different from the official settings.

6.6. - Collusion Policy
Collusion is defined as any agreement among two or more Players to disadvantage other Players in the Competition. Collusion between Players is strictly prohibited.
Examples of collusion include, but are not limited to:
- Intentionally losing a match for any reason, either during Online Qualification or at Live Events.
- Playing on behalf of another competitor, including using a secondary account, to aid them in Online Qualification or Live Events.
- Any form of match-fixing.
- Agreeing to split prize money.


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The following are the game-specific rules for Gamer.LK Mortal Kombat XL Ranked tournaments. These rules must be followed in conjunction with the General Competitive Rules of Gamer.LK Ranked Tournaments. Previous versions of Mortal Kombat (X and below) will not be considered as ranked titles.

GENERAL COMPETITIVE RULES AT GAMER.LK RANKED TOURNAMENTS
The General Competitive Rules can be found here. The general rules listed there apply to all gaming titles and all teams/players who register for any Gamer.LK Ranked Competitive tournament are expected to follow them.



1. - TOURNAMENT BRACKET

The tournament bracket used (single elimination/double elimination/group stage) will be decided by the Organizer and announced on the Tournament Announcement posted on Gamer.LK. Gamer.LK will make every effort to have the most fair bracket but depending on time constraints this may change at the discretion of the Gamer.LK Staff. The Gamer.LK Ranking system will be used for the purpose of seeding to make the draws as and when needed. No other ranking will be considered.


2. - TOURNAMENT COMMUNICATION

All teams and players are encouraged to join the Sri Lanka Mortal Kombat Community Facebook group to stay up-to-date with the latest information regarding the game and the local community.


3. - PLAYER COMMITMENT

3.1. - By submitting a registration for a Gamer.LK Ranked MKXL tournament, all players acknowledge without limitation to comply with the rules set herein and especially with the decisions made by the Gamer.LK Staff.

3.2. - All competitors are expected to know and understand all the rules described here. Not knowing that a rule existed or that it was in place will not be considered as an acceptable reason for breaking said rule.

3.3. - A player’s name, icon, profile picture or logo may not contain any of the following: profanities, obscene language, gang affiliation, drugs, sexual material, offensive material, slander of Gamer.LK or it’s administration, partners or sponsors.


4. - GAME RULES

4.1. - Competition Method
1 vs. 1 (Solo matchup)

4.2. - Choosing Playing Sides
When both players are at the game console, they must come to an agreement which side of the machine they will play on (who will sit on 1P and who will sit on 2P).
If an agreement cannot be reached, a coin toss will determine who gets to pick their side. But it is advised to come to a friendly conclusion to avoid conflicts.

4.3. - Choosing Characters and Stage
There are 3 methods for choosing characters:
1. Standard Selection
2. Double Blind Selection
3. Side and Character Courtesy
If the players do not discuss the method of character selection, it should be understood that the Standard method is being used. If the players cannot come to an agreement on the method of character selection, the referee will apply the double blind method.

STANDARD SELECTION
Both players choose their characters whenever they want. This is a free for all. Players pick who they want and go. Once either player chooses a character, neither is allowed to request that the Double Blind Selection or any other method to be used.

DOUBLE BLIND SELECTION
Either player must explicitly ask for the Double Blind Selection method before either player chooses a character. When a player request Double Blind, the player on the left side (1P) decides which character and variation they will choose and whispers his selection to the Judge. The Judge then signals the player on the right (2P) to pick his character and variation. Once the player on the right (2P) has finished, the Judge makes sure the player on the left (1P) sticks to his original choices.

SIDE AND CHARACTER COURTESY
As a courtesy, the player who received his choice of which side to play on (1P vs. 2P) can elect to choose his character first. This is strictly a courtesy. A player is in no way required to do so.

STAGE SELECTION
Each player can select the stage they want to play. If the selection of players is different, the game will randomly pick a stage from their selections. After choosing character and stage players jump straight in to button check game.

4.4. - Button Check
- Before going to the 1st game of the match it is mandatory to have a button check round.
- Players must check and confirm to the referees that all the buttons in his controller are working properly.
- If the button arrangement is different for the player he must choose and modify a different controller preset via in-game menu to his liking.
- Players at no circumstances are allowed to change controller preset 1. It must remain as the default preset.
- Players are not allowed to change presets created by other players who already played.
- If the number of custom presets exceeds 3, there will be no space for another preset.
- In this case the referee must take a decision to overwrite a preset which will be not used or rarely used in the future matches.
- After checking all the buttons players are not allowed to change character, variation or stage.
- After both the players have confirmed that they have configured their controllers, the referee will give permission to start the 1st game of the match.
- Under any circumstances the player is not allowed to complain after the button check that his configuration is wrong. If a player founds that his configuration is wrong inside a game, he may pause and change his configuration at the cost of the game.
- Pauses regarding button configuration issues count for immediate forfeit of the current game.

4.5. - Playing the Match
- The Match is over when either player wins the required number of games.
- Once a player has won the required number of games, the winner of the Match should report the result to the referee.
- In between games each player is given a combined 1 minute interval.
- If there are still Games to be played, the player who lost the Game has the option of switching sides (1P vs. 2P) for the next Game.
- Interval between two games is 1 minute.
- The player who won the game does not have the option of switching sides. He must stay on the same side if the loser does not want to switch.
- The player who won the last Game is required to keep the same character and variation for the next Game.
- The player who lost the last Game is allowed to either restart the match in same conditions or choose whatever character or variation he desires.
- A player who lost the match due to a penalty will not have this privilege. He will have to follow the rules for his last game which was not decided by a penalty.
- In case of a character select, no restrictions are put to the stage for the following match.
- Players are allowed to pick any stage they like and the game will randomly pick a stage if the choices differ.
- Whilst in game the players must at all-time adhere to the referee’s warnings.
- If the referee asks to stop a game for a reason he deems correct players must pause and heed the referee.


5. - GAMEPLAY RULES

5.1. - Abuses & Exploitation
Exploiting game or map bugs/glitches/flaws (“exploits”) for the purposes of gaining an unfair advantage is prohibited. Exploits that are not specifically named here are still prohibited but will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. Gamer.LK Staff reserve the right to decide what will be deemed as an exploit or abuse.

5.2. - Impersonations
Impersonating an eligible player by attempting to alias as them, using their Steam account or by any other method is prohibited and will result in the aliasing player and the player they are aliasing as being removed from the tournament.


6. - MATCH RULES

6.1. - End of Match
At the end of each match, the players must remain seated, remain at the victory/defeat screen and await a referee to record the results. Closing the victory/defeat screen without the replay being checked by a referee may result in a default loss.

6.2. - Disconnects
Disconnection: any connection loss between opponents due to system, network, PC, and/or power problems/issues.
Intentional disconnection: any connection loss between opponents due to a player’s actions.
Upon judgment by the referee, the offending player may be charged with a default loss. If a player accidentally or intentionally stops his game for any other reason, he will be forced to forfeit the game. Examples include accidentally pressing the start button on his controller to pause the match, unplugging his or his opponent’s joystick, etc. If the game cannot be restarted from the exact point of interruption, the player is forced to forfeit the Game.

6.3. - Match Interruptions & Crashes, Bugs
Match interruptions beyond the players control (e.g. the game crashes or freezes) will be dealt directly by the referee. All best attempts will be made to resume the round from where it left off. If that cannot be accomplished, the Game will be replayed with both players p icking the same characters, variations and stages.

6.4. - Equipment Failure
In the event of an equipment failure, they player has the option to stop the Game in progress to obtain a replacement. If a Game is stopped in progress, the reporting player must forfeit the current round.
New equipment must be immediately available. If replacement equipment cannot be obtained in a timely manner, the player must continue to play on their current equipment or forfeit the Match.
Once replacement equipment is obtained, the player is given the rest of the round to configure their buttons and test the new equipment. If the player gains an undue advantage by doing so (e.g. charging an abundance of super meter, getting out of a block string, etc.), they must forfeit the Game.
A player may opt to switch out equipment between Games at no penalty. When this occurs, the player will be given ample time to configure his buttons before the next Game begins.
It is common courtesy of the opponent player to pause the match if his opponent’s controller malfunctions. But he cannot be forced to do so.

6.5. - Unfair Play
Upon discovery of any player committing any violations regarded as unfair play, the offending player, at the sole discretion of the Tournament Staff, may receive a warning, a forfeit loss or, in extreme cases, be disqualified from the tournament.

6.6. - Coaching
A coach is allowed to give instruction to a player before the start of the match and in between games. (Inside the 1 minute interval in-between games).


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« on: October 23, 2017, 02:27:54 am »
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Kings of LAN / Kings of LAN: October '17 - League of Legends
« on: October 12, 2017, 06:06:48 pm »



Kings of LAN (KoL) is back with a Kings of LAN for League of Legends.

Dates
28, 29 October 2017 from 09:00 a.m. onwards each day

Venue
KEERO Gaming Lounge (No 8 , Old Kesbewa road,Gangodawila, Delkada) [/size]





Rules
Kings of LAN: July '17 - League of Legends would follow:
- General Competitive Rules
- Gamer.LK Ranked | League of Legends Competitive Rules
Please read all the rules before registering for the tournament. If you do not accept the rules, do not register. Please note headsets will NOT be provided.

Registration will be Rs.500 per head (Rs. 2,500 Per Team)
The registration fee can be paid on the day of the LAN itself.

Configs & Drivers
If there are any config files, they need to be zipped (zip, rar) and emailed to us at [email protected]. If you are unsure of how to zip a file, Google is your friend. For those of you who have expensive hardware peripherals, if it is absolutely necessary that you should install drivers for your equipment, let us know of such requirements well beforehand.

USB Drives
The use of USB drives or any other portable storage devices are strictly prohibited both by the rules as well as the cafe regulations as well. 

Please make sure you bring your own USB Hub if you will be using more than two USB ports for your equipment.

Prizes
Will be announced at the tournament

Registrations Open!


If you are unable to see the Registration Form below, click here for the direct link.


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TEAM NAME: MAZE
TEAM TAG: MAZE
TEAM ROSTER: Click here
   
TEAM NAME: TM | Dread Doctors Gaming.FTW
TEAM TAG: TM | DR
TEAM ROSTER: Click here

Time : 10:00 p.m.
Date : 8-Oct-2017 (Sunday)
Format : Best of 1

Assigned Referees : Chamindu (Shinza), Insaaf (Insaaf)*

Both teams are expected to be in the RLG Lobby room/match rooms on the Gamer.LK Public TeamSpeak 3 Server (ts.gamer.lk) 15 minutes prior to match start. It is COMPULSORY for all teams to be on TeamSpeak and any team failing to comply will forfeit their match automatically.

Good Luck and Have Fun!



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* Assigned referees can change. Please refer to the Schedule for the up-to-date information.

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