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Week 4

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by ETF2L Staff

cp_reckoner_rc1

cp_reckoner_rc1

2 - 3 (golden cap)

[Screenshots: A B ]

koth_product_rc8

koth_product_rc8

3 - 1

[Screenshots: A ]

Finland █▄ █▄█ █▄ ▀█▀ █ █▄ ▀█▀ vs European Experience
4 - 2

SteamID Screenshots: A

Players

Experience (6) Vinni, u, Offside, Divine, Admiral, Rator X
█▄ █▄█ █▄ ▀█▀ █ █▄ ▀█▀ (6) fundo, Mimo, AvelC, Punkka, Juho, Sjukel

Demos


8 Comments

  1. Default Date said:

    A default date has been set for this match by ETF2L.
    The default date is: Wednesday, 15 February 2017, 20:30
    Please play this match on the appointed time and submit the results.
    If the default date does not suit you, please contact your opponent and ask them to reschedule.

  2. Mimo: █▄ █▄█ █▄ said:

    we would like to request vinni’s pov

  3. Offside: Exp said:

    Add him then, he won’t look here

  4. DuMmTm: APEX said:

    i request a pause xD

  5. ETF2L Staff said:

    Dear team Experience

    Please upload the demos of Vinni within 72 hours or face a penalty in accordance with the General ETF2L Rules.
    You have to use the ETF2L demo upload system for archives under 100 MB, third party hoster links will be ignored.
    Minor warnings for missing demos can be removed later after talking to an admin, as long as the minor warnings of your team did not stack up to a major warning yet.

    2.4 Every player has to record Demos

    Demos can be requested by an admin or any player of the opposing team.
    Admins may request demos up to the end of the competition the match was played in (until the wrap up post is published). They can request as many demos as they require.
    The opposing team can request demos up to 48 hours after the match was scheduled to start. They can request demos from up to 2 players, who will then have to provide their demos for all played maps.
    A player whose demos have been requested has 72 hours to upload the demo, starting from the time the request was made.
    Failure to supply a requested demo will be punished.

    2.4.1 Penalties for not providing requested demos

    Failure to supply a requested demo will result in one of the following penalties:
    – First time: Minor warning for the team. This warning can be removed once the requested demo is provided.
    – Second time: Major warning for the team. Player is banned for two weeks from all ETF2L competitions.
    – Third time: Player is banned for two months from all ETF2L competitions.
    – Fourth time or more: Player is banned for one year from all ETF2L competitions.

    Penalties are applied if a requested demo is not provided within 72 hours. Major warnings and bans are not removable.

  6. ETF2L Staff said:

    Team █▄ █▄█ █▄ ▀█▀ █ █▄ ▀█▀ have been given a default win due to Experience using an unapproved merc.

    1.4 No mercs allowed unless your opponent agrees

    “Mercs” or “ringers” are players that are not on the roster of your team. Teams may not use a merc at any time during a match, unless their opponent agrees. If a team wants to use a merc, they must contact the opponent before the match starts. If the opponent agrees, make sure a log of the agreement is taken and provided in the match comments, together with links to the mercs’ ETF2L profiles. All mercs have to be registered on ETF2L. Using an unregistered or unapproved merc will result in a default loss and a warning for the offending team.

  7. Divine: APEX - NRLY said:

    When vinni joined the game he was verified on the team, untill that time we played 5v6, I’m nearly 100% sure Cydia had talked to an admin beforehand to confirm this.

  8. ETF2L Staff said:

    We reviewed all the evidence concerning this match and decided to revert the results. Vinni, in fact, started playing the match after he was verified.
    However, because he only provided demo from one map, team Experience recieved minor warning.

    2.4.1 Penalties for not providing requested demos

    Failure to supply a requested demo will result in penalties for both the player and their team. If a player fails to supply their demos multiple times while playing for the same team the team will be given a more severe punishment.

    Player penalties.
    – First time: No ban.
    – Second time: Player is banned for two weeks from all ETF2L competitions.
    – Third time: Player is banned for two months from all ETF2L competitions.
    – Fourth time or more: Player is banned for one year from all ETF2L competitions.

    Team penalties.
    – First time: Minor warning that can be removed if the demo is uploaded
    – Second time: Major warning that cannot be removed.

    Penalties are applied if a requested demo is not provided within 72 hours. Major warnings and bans are not removable.

    If the missing demo is uploaded, contact the admin team to get the warning removed: http://etf2l.org/support/

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