6v6 Season 41 Powered by Copenhagen Games

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Week 3

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Results submitted:
by Kumis (peaky blinders #Kovaaksgrind)

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[Screenshots: A ]

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Denmark Sunes disciples vs Ukraine peaky blinders #Kovaaksgrind
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SteamID Screenshots: A

Players

peaky blinders #Kovaaksgrind (6) Bego, Kumis, Still, ligtaz, Kabbir, Piro
Sunes disciples (6) Jortand, Senity, Tonton Flairix, Riis, DickSauce, Cyanic

Warnings

Demos


4 Comments

  1. Default Date said:

    A default date has been set for this match by ETF2L.
    The default date is: Thursday, 10 February 2022, 20:00
    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.

  2. Tonton Flairix: A6E - [PR] said:

    Snakewater : https://logs.tf/3128835#76561198174135997
    Product : https://logs.tf/3128776#76561198174135997
    Both : https://logs.tf/3128836#76561198174135997

  3. ETF2L Staff said:

    Dear team kuroko’s big basketball balls,

    Please upload the demos of Piro 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 host 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.

    2.1. 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. A team is only allowed to make four demo requests in a single competition.

    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. As a rule of thumb, we advise you to check whether you have a demo file recording whenever you join a server, especially after a connection loss or a map switch. A player whose demo files have been requested has 72 hours to upload them, starting from the time the request was made. All requested demos up to 100 MB have to be uploaded to ETF2L; links to third party hosts will be ignored.

    2.1.1 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 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.

    For any questions please contact us in our discord https://discord.etf2l.org

  4. ETF2L Staff said:

    Dear teams,

    it has come to our attention that team kuroko’s big basketball balls used a banned exploit during the match. They will receive a Minor Warning because of this.

    6.1. Bug-Using is not allowed

    Any kind of “Bug-Using” is not allowed. Players abusing exploits and/or map bugs/glitches will be penalized on a case-by-case basis depending on the intent and impact on the matches. Possible penalties may include Warnings, forfeiting of one or more match rounds and league bans.

    A spot on the map is commonly banned if:

    It gives players the possibility to see things they shouldn’t be able to (e.g. looking through walls).
    It gives players a way to shoot others without other players being able to shoot them.
    It doesn’t work on both sides of the map.
    Wallbugs are not considered an exploit unless they meet any of the criteria above.

    Examples of banned exploits:

    – Quantum Crouch/Schrodinger’s Crouch
    – Jetpack Exploit
    – Demoman explosive crouch jump bug against sentry fire
    – Bugging player model animations
    – Damaging/Killing players during setup time
    – Cornersniping
    – Quick scope right after jumping with cl_autorezoom 1 setting in order to shorten the scoping time

    Most commonly seen banned map spots include:

    – Upward: Teleporter in dropdown spot on 3rd point, resupply cabinet through the wall at RED forward spawn
    – Gullywash: Last point shutter shoot through
    – Gullywash: Taunting through the ceiling of elbow
    – Product: Skybox bugged spot
    – Steel: Using flamethrower through steel sliding doors on A

    For any questions please contact League Admin Staff on our Discord: https://discord.etf2l.org

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