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AU Talnoy
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Enabling today.
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#1
3.2 years ago


Welcome

Welcome to a special season of Counter-Strike Source Pro League, brought to you by CyberGamer and the Western Digital Caviar Green Hard Drives. With its now massive 3TB storage capacity and eco-friendly power conscious drives, the WD Caviar Green series of hard drives should be the choice you make for data storage.

Season Format

The season is going to be something of a turbo league, we have been thinking of ways to address the issue of a lack of time before Christmas and this is what I came up with. We will still have the same standard number of teams competing in the leagues so everyone gets a go. The divisions will be split into two groups, those groups will compete over a 3 week group stage, ending in a groups finals and then the winners of each group will compete in a division final. The groups final will consist of the winner of each group playing the runner up of the opposite group in the division, ie group A winner vs group B runner up.

Note: this mini-season, we have added a Professional division - feel free to call it 'CGp'.

Registration

See below for the relevant information for the leagues and to register your team simply click on the link below and click the join league button at the top of the page:

www.cybergamer.com.au/pc/css/league/

Season Map List
Week 1 - de_dust2
Week 2 - de_tuscan
Week 3 - de_train
Finals (best of three) de_dust2 de_tuscan de_inferno de_nuke de_train

Best of Three Rules
The winner is determined by the first team to win a total of two maps.
The map selections go as follows:
Higher ranked team eliminates the first map (higher ranked determined as a group winner)
Lower ranked team eliminates the second map
Lower ranked team picks first map and side from remaining 3 maps
Higher ranked team picks second map and side from remaining 2 maps (higher ranked determined as a group winner)
Lower ranked team picks side on the remaining map (if needed)

Division Sizes and Fees
Teams - Cost - Division
8 - $50 - CyberGamer Professional
8 - $50 - CyberGamer Intermediate
8 - $50 - CyberGamer Main
16 - $50 - CyberGamer Amateur

Schedule
Registrations Open: NOW
Registrations Close: October 2nd
League Season Week1 Starts: October 9th - (payments due)
League Season Close: October 30th
Group Finals Close: November 6th
League Finals Close: November 13th

Roster Rules
Roster Changes are prohibitied, teams have a maximum of 6 players allowable on the roster, allowances will be made for managers to join to pay for their team.

Prize Pool: $2700
CyberGamer Professional
Winner $900 - Runner Up $450

CyberGamer Intermediate
Winner $400 - Runner Up $200

CyberGamer Main
Winner $300 - Runner Up $150

CyberGamer Amateur
Winner $200 - Runner Up $100

Amateur League Format

The Amateur league will have 2 divisions, division one and two, the same rules will apply but in a 3rd week of finals the winner of division 1 will play the winner of division 2 to determine the overall winner.

If you have any questions about the format or the league please post your questions in this thread where a league administrator can answer them for you. And most of all Happy Hunting!

Good Luck, Have Fun!
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AU Talnoy
AU Site Admin
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4,914 Posts

Enabling today.
Inspiring tomorrow.

#2
3.2 years ago

Important note



Fix your rosters, if you add your team to the waiting pool you will be selected based on your roster and then it will be locked once your place into a division. You have till 6pm 2nd October 2011 to finalise your roster.
AU delz.
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#3
3.2 years ago
first

edit; second

Edited once, 17/9/11 - 4:17pm.
AU Sarina
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338 Posts
#4
3.2 years ago
naaaaice
AU xpLL
Member
20 Posts
#5
3.2 years ago
Can we be in CGo and this competition at the same time?
ALiENMODE - boh ~ xpL ~ espiOn ~ procro ~ inseNse ~ jakee ~ xavieR
AU Aidan
Member
249 Posts
#6
3.2 years ago
Nice talnoy - Looking forward to it! Its good to see something is going ahead
mvp
AU sove1989
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25 Posts
#7
3.2 years ago
Yeah looks good Talnoy. Unlike previous competitions, I've noticed theres no option to request a division, describe team details (why, experience etc). How will you go about selecting teams then?
AU Aidan
Member
249 Posts
#8
3.2 years ago
past experience im assuming - the selection board would have to have a knowledge of the teams
mvp
AU Wankee
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101 Posts
#9
3.2 years ago
nicenicenice
AU Grove1996
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#10
3.2 years ago
Heaps good, quick question though. Why are you only allowed to have 6 per roster? A lot of teams have 7 and a rotating system too, so it could be hard for lots of teams.
AU Ponco
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#11
3.2 years ago
Quote from sove1989 on the 17th of September 2011:
Yeah looks good Talnoy. Unlike previous competitions, I've noticed theres no option to request a division, describe team details (why, experience etc). How will you go about selecting teams then?
We have a very diverse criteria that is applied - it looks at longevity, experience, and suitability for the team in the division (among other things).

Quote from mchau on the 17th of September 2011:
Can we be in CGo and this competition at the same time?
No, you cannot be in CGo and the Waiting Pool at the same time.
defcoN buried a post by MackRo. Show
AU TotalEclipse
Member
632 Posts
#13
3.2 years ago
Awesome, looking forward to it. Great idea with the 3 weeks and stuff.
AU EmbraceD PP
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2,277 Posts
#14
3.2 years ago
seems good, and cgp

and team roster approach is different.
Death to all but metal.
AU blkcat
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#15
3.2 years ago
shut up chris

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