The following players have been caught cheating by our Anti-Cheat team. They will be banned from ETF2L for one year:
The following players have failed to upload demos twice, and have been banned from the league for two weeks:
The following players have failed to upload demos three times, and have been banned from the league for two months:
The following players have failed to upload demos four times, and have been banned from the league for one year:
The following players have been found evading their bans, and will have their bans extended by one year:
The following players have been found assisting in ban evasion:
- SiMoon – Assisting in ban evasion. 6 months.
- itanixk – Assisting in ban evasion. 3 months.
- Melonthegod – Account sharing and assisting in ban evasion. 1 year.
The following players have been caught with VAC bans affecting TF2, and will be banned from the league for one year:
+51 inactive ETF2L accounts.
As these players have not been caught cheating by our staff, their match results are not affected.
We are once again looking for more volunteers to help run and maintain the league.
Among other things league admins take admin requests on IRC, deal with match conflicts, handle the setting of Default Dates and the verification of played matches. They also create and oversee cups.
Dealing with match conflicts is a task that has to be addressed in a timely fashion. Additionally providing support during match times is quite important. therefore we cannot really employ admins who have team commitments every four to five times per week. Same goes for creating and overseeing cups. It is always easier said than done, having the idea and setting up a cup is only a small part of actually running a cup. Being there when the cup is under way, providing match support, addressing conflicts, lending out servers, seeding further rounds, verifying finished matches and many more tasks have to be handled, while possibly over 100 matches are going on simultaneously, you may not be alone, but you will be part of it.
Also something we want to address is our interest in self-managed admins, we will not take you by the hand and lead you through everything there is to do. YOU have to show interest, YOU have to ask what you can do, YOU have to prove you really want to be an admin. There are plenty of admins around almost all the time, who are happy to help you and show you the ropes, but at some point routines will have to be dealt with without someone telling you that they need to be done. At the same time, communicating with other admins is very important, to avoid certain tasks being done twice, conflicting results in decisions or even decisions overwriting previous ones.
If you are interested in supporting the administrative backbone for the league, you should also check out the details on the respective application page, this will tell you which information we need from you at the very least.