1. Registration:

  2. In order to be eligible for a tournament, you must first have a valid team. Each team must provide a list of at least five players (including the captain), the list can contain up to six players. The team captain’s responsibility to make sure that every member of his team is:

    • Tournament eligible
    • Residentially eligible (Ontario resident)
    • In compliance with the age restriction (16+)
    • Only on one team in the tournament

    Every player listed in a given team will be considered member regardless of whether or not they have played in a game to date, therefore every player must be eligible at all times. If a player fails to comply with any of the above criteria, the whole team will suffer disqualification.

  3. Adjusting the Team Roster

  4. The team roster is the full list of players on a team enrolled in the tournament. The minimum size of a team roster is five and the maximum is six.

    • Adding New Players: A team without a full roster can fill any empty spot before the first round start. New player must not be currently enrolled in the tournament.
    • Removing Players: No removing player after the registration phase closed and it will not be possible to kick any player off the roster

  5. Using Substitute Players

  6. A Team may use any of the players on their roster as their starting lineup for each game. Players can only substitute a player from their roster to play in a game that has already been started if there is a game restart under the following conditions:

    • Player has hardware difficulties
    • Player has technical / electricity difficulties
    • Player has internet difficulties
    • Under an adjudicator’s discretion

    If there is a game restart, all players that started the game must stay on apart from the player or players that suffered the above mentioned problems. If there are any unauthorized changes, adjudicators can disqualify the team.

In A Tournament

Participants are required to display fair play, sporting conduct and knowledge of all the procedures.

  1. Schedule

  2. Each team need to follow their schedule posted on the website. The schedule will update regularly. We’ll provide the information of the opponent team and scheduled game start time.Match can be arrange before the scheduled game start, if both teams agreed on another date and time before scheduled game.

  3. Game Start Time

  4. Once a captain receives information about their next game, they will be responsible for scheduling a game with the opposing team.

    • The games may be played at any time before the scheduled game start time.
    • If the game has not been played before the scheduled start time both teams are expected to show up and be ready to play by the schedule start time.
    • We recommend that teams be online 10 minutes prior to the scheduled match time in order to provide enough time to enter the game lobby, deal with any issue that might arise and get ready.
    • Fewer than five members on a team will not constitute a valid team, if a game is played 4 v 5 or similar, the team without a full roster will be disqualified, regardless of the match outcome.
    • If a valid team is not in the lobby 30 minutes after the agreed start time, the team will be disqualified. Your full team of five must stay in the lobby until that time. If both the teams fail to show up on time with 5 members and ready to play 30 minutes past the agreed start time, a double disqualified will be assigned.

  5. Disqualifications

  6. All of the following may result in disqualification upon the adjudicator’s discretion:

    • Any team accused and proved to be using any hacks, cheats giving them an unfair advantage in the game
    • Any team displaying poor sportsmanship or not following the Summoner’s Code (
    • Any team member using language that is obscene, foul vulgar, insulting, threatening, abusive, libelous, slanderous, defamatory or otherwise offensive or objectionable; or promote or incite hatred or discriminatory conduct, in or near the match area, at any time
    • Play without a full roster of five players
    • Account Sharing: Summoners using the original roster’s summer account with a different player playing
    • Smurfing
    • Collusion: intentionally feeding/throwing the game for the purpose of the other team winning
    • Making use of any bus, bot, etc.

    The adjudicator has discretion over any matters not listed above. Full-uncropped game screenshots or stream footage must be provided to validate disqualification claims, if disqualified, a team forfeits its right to all prizes.

Tournament Structure

Game Mode: Summoner's Rift 5v5
Tournament Format: Single Elimination
Match Outcome: Best-of-Three / Best-of-Five(final)
Game Type: Tournament Draft / Draft Mode

Match Outcome

All the matches must be played with in the agreed date and time or schedule date and time. Both teams need to reports the game results to the tournament administrators by the scheduled time.

Every team is responsible for playing the requisite number of games consecutively in order to determine the winner of the round. For example, the match is a best-of-three, both teams should play the two (or three) games needed to determine the winner of the round.

The games must be played back-to-back and cannot be spaced out over hours or days. Both teams are allowed max. 20 minutes from the Victory/Defeat screen until the next lobby should begin. If a longer pause is needed, this needs to be agreed on with an adjudicator first.

The schedule is provided by email to the team’s captain. Please check email regularly.