Season 37: Top Tiers


Week 1

Round commencing: -

Schedule deadline: | Result deadline:

Date Scheduled:
Results submitted:
by Hugo (Witness Gaming)



4 - 3

[Screenshots: A ]



6 - 1

[Screenshots: A ]

European Witness Gaming vs Poland TOILET CLEANER MASTERS
6 - 0

SteamID Screenshots: A


Witness Gaming (6) YeeHaw, Hugo, vani, Opti, voxtec, mak
TOILET CLEANER MASTERS (6) stan, S4m, Bonkers, paparazi, SOLAR, Graba




  1. mak: wG - :) said:

    We’d like to play this on Wednesday the 21st at 21:15.

  2. DuMmTm: TFTV - COGU said:


    Nickname Rule

  3. bluR-: GUS - ONCE said:


  4. T.J aka Kacperski75: gizmo said:


  5. SOLAR: 220 - LGTVS+ said:


  6. kitten: mkk said:


  7. mak: wG - :) said:


  8. ETF2L Staff said:


    please upload the demos of Mak, Hugo, S4m, and Wonszu 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. Please notify an admin if your archive exceeds 100 MB.
    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.

    2.1 Every player has to record Demos

    Demo files can be requested by an admin or any player of the opposing team.

    Admins may request demo files at any time until the end of the competition an official match was played in; a competition is considered ongoing until its wrap-up post is published. Admins may request as many files as they require.

    The opposing team can request demo files at any time until 48 hours have passed after an official match was scheduled to start. They can request demos from up to two opposing players, who will then have to provide their demos for all played maps.
    Players have to record the entirety of their official matches. Missing segments of any kind (e.g. rounds, halves) can count as a missing recording and may result in a team Warning and an infraction for the player.

    2.1.1 Penalties for not providing requested demos

    Failure to provide a requested demo file before its due time (i.e. 72 hours after being requested) will result in a penalty for the player and a warning being issued to their team. Multiple instances of requested demo files not being applied come with greater punishments for both the player and the team.
    Warnings applied to teams that fail to provide requested demo files can be removed once those files are uploaded.

    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 or more: Major warning that can be removed if the demo is uploaded.

    Penalties are applied if a requested demo is not provided within 72 hours.

  9. SOLAR: 220 - LGTVS+ said:

    can someone explain why we got asked for a demos 1.5 months after the game?

  10. ETF2L Staff said:

    Dear teams,

    team “FAINT” has received one Minor Warning for failing to provide mak’s demos.
    Team “KRITZBERG FOR DEFENCE” has received one Minor Warning for failing to provide S4m’s demos.

    If you are able to provide the demos at a later date, please contact our admin staff on Discord in order to get the warnings removed.

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