Highlander Season 22

Low C

Week 1

Round commencing: -

Schedule deadline: | Result deadline:

Date Scheduled:
Results submitted:
by TimTum (Atlantis Esports)



2 - 1 (golden cap)

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2 - 1 (golden cap)

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Netherlands Atlantis Esports vs International Place to Hold
4 - 2

SteamID Screenshots: A


Place to Hold (8) Sineti, Leonhard Broler, None_, Fenrir, Tammrock, LilCute, Acecle, POltron
Atlantis Esports (5) woodster_, PeterDC, satan, Smortelelele(ty), TimTum
Unrostered (5) Arcades, hush, omega, Nanosec_, Dom


  • Atlantis Esports [Minor] Special kind of rule break (1st time) - see match comment for explanation


  1. None_: MM - PK said:

    Hello, we would like to play this Thursday 21EST but Friday or Saturday could work if necessary.
    Please respond to me on steam to get the game scheduled :)

  2. None_: MM - PK said:


  3. Default Date said:

    A default date has been set for this match by ETF2L.
    The default date is: Thursday, 03 September 2020, 21:00
    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.

  4. satan: duplo - :) said:


  5. satan: duplo - :) said:


  6. satan: duplo - :) said:


  7. TimTum: (ETF2L Donator) - LR - SENS said:

    All mercs were accepted, ggs good luck in season

  8. None_: MM - PK said:

    https://etf2l.org/forum/user/100543/ will be our default merc

    the production crew:

  9. None_: MM - PK said:

    Oh and even if I said “accepted on pyro” for Dom, I agreed it was fine to have him on heavy

  10. ETF2L Staff said:

    Dear teams,

    due to “Atlantis Esports” using four mercs, they will receive a minor warning.

    1.3. Mercenary (“merc”) clause: up to three mercs allowed if the opponent agrees, one allowed by default in Mid and below

    “Mercs” or “ringers” are defined as players who are not part of a team’s roster. Players who are listed as “unverified” on a roster also count as mercs if they were listed as such at the time an official was set to start.

    Teams may not use a merc at any time during a match unless the player(s) is/are granted permission to play by the team’s opponents or, specifically for Highlander, if they are considered valid by the Default Merc clause (see below). If a team wants to use a merc, they must contact the opponent before the match starts.

    Merc permission grants are player-based and class-based: teams are free to choose whether a player is allowed to play for their opponents as a merc and which classes they are allowed to play. All permitted classes should be explicitly stated by the team granting permission. If no specific classes are stated, a player allowed to play as a merc can play any class of their choice.

    One merc is allowed by default in the Mid tier and all tiers below only. In order for a merc to be allowed by default, they cannot be more experienced than the tier the match is being played in (in accordance with [General Rule 3.7]), and they cannot be rostered in a team placed in any tier higher than that of the official match in question. Default mercs cannot be class-restricted. Experience in 6v6 competitions is considered equal to Highlander experience. Experience in other leagues is also included, as demonstrated by the tables below. If you wish to contest the default status of a merc, please contact a League Admin on [ETF2L’s Discord server] so they may decide whether or not the player is valid for the Default merc clause.

    Other leagues are included in experience. UGC HL Plat is considered to be high and as such players with plat experience are not allowed to default merc in mid, Gold and Silver are considered to be Mid. This applies to all regions of UGC. We do not count UGC 6v6 or 4v4 experience. As there is no way to check UGC player history, as such the three game threshold does not apply for UGC experience. For example, if a player was rostered on a UGC Platinum team in the last three seasons they will be counted as a player with high experience in ETF2L.

    All agreements for merc permission grants and the usage of default mercs must be logged and provided in the official match’s respective comments. Those logs must explicitly contain links to each approved mercs’ ETF2L profile. All mercs, default or not, have to be registered on ETF2L. Teams are advised to check if proposed default mercs are indeed considered valid by the Default Merc

    A team can use up to a maximum of three mercs (including any default merc), even if the opponent would allow the use of more than three mercs.

    Violations of the merc clause will result in the offending team being issued a Minor Warning. Additionally, if the offending team uses an unapproved merc or an unregistered player, the official in question will result in a Default Loss.

    For any questions please contact us in our discord https://discord.io/ETF2L

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