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Tournament Rules

Postby Omega » Fri Apr 03, 2009 10:19 pm

The rules for the tournament are simple. Stick to them and you should be OK.

  • No cheating. This includes using a voice chat program with an observer, using a trainer, using a hexed civilization, or using any bannable glitches.
  • If you win a game, you must post your game in the "Today's Tournament" board. Make sure to take screenshots and/or saves in case your opponent is a sore loser.
  • If you lose a game, you must confirm your loss by posting that you lost in the appropriate thread locate within the "Today's Tournament" board.
  • You must be connected to the lobby while you are playing games in the tournament. No exceptions.
  • You must use the same name you are using in the lobby when you are playing games. The name you use in the lobby must be the same name you gave when you signed up.
  • You agree to let the tournament moderators/administrators observe your games/do whatever they need to ensure that you do not violate the rules in the tournament or verify your game took place.
  • Any matches that last longer than 1 hour 30 minutes on the f11 clock are considered to be a draw.
  • In the case that a player crashes in a game, they automatically lose it. If a player lags out, they also automatically lose the game. However, if both players agree then the game can be resumed from a save and continued normally.
  • If any player requests a save-game, the host is required to provide one immediately. A player may request three save-games from the host. Failure to comply to these requests will result in removal from the tournament. (Any requests made after those three do not need to be honored)
  • If you fail to show up for a match, you lose by default and the game doesn't count towards your opponent match win percent, although the round is still counted (this hurts you, so show up or don't enter!).

Basically this can be summarized as use your name, don't cheat or break the rules, confirm your games, and use a bit of common sense. The list is just to make sure everyone understands.
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