We expect every Participant to abide by the following rules.
Respect: We expect that all participants behave respectfully towards each other and the compo-admins. In the event of disrespectful behavior towards another participant / crew / member / visitor / …, the administrators reserve the right to, in their sole discretion ,exclude or remove the offender from all further competitions.
Fairplay: On the 666 – lan there is a zero tolerance policy in regards to cheating . We expect players to play fair both against their opponents and with their team. If you suspect your opponent or someone in your team is cheating/ exploiting the rules contact the respective admin at the compo desk.
Discipline: In case of conflict the decision made by the crew will have the final say. If you feel you have been treated unfairly you can contact the admin of your tournament at the compo desk. He or she will listen to your complaint and make a final decision.
Participation: All players who have been signed in, in one or more competitions, are expected to remain available at all times throughout the day. This is in case matches have to be moved forward or backwards to accommodate players with conflicting match schedules or other unforeseen reasons.
Pre-Registration: You will be able to register for the competitions on the webpage of each competition.
The compo admin retains the right to deny your application, this can be because one of the following reasons:
- your team does not have enough participants
- your team did not give all the necessary information or provided false information
- a player has cheated in the past
- a player has a vac-ban that happened less than one year ago
- the maximum amount of teams has already been reached
- your application was too late
Check-in: Some competitions might require you to reaffirm your registration right before the start of the tournament. check your competitions information page to see if this applies.
Cancellation of competition: in case there are less participants than the required number (usually four) the competition might be cancelled. This does not apply to any of the main compo’s. However, some of the normal or fun compo’s might be cancelled
Cancellation of participation: If you have registered with the toornament form of a certain competition but no longer wish to compete, you can inform the crew at the compo desk.
Cheating: Any form of cheating/bug abuse/scripts or any illegal form which puts a player in a better position in the game. The player will be removed from all compos and the team that he/she was a part of will be forfeiting all their already played games.
Playing more than one compo: Assume that you’ll play your matches within the given period (see schedule), so if two games have to be played at a certain time and you can’t combine it, you’ll need to choose one compo and thus forfait the other compo.
Schedule: A timetable containing the starting hours of each compo will be made and published. To ensure a smooth experience there is a 15 minute buffer. If the match has not started yet after these 15 minutes without a valid reason the responsible party will be considered to have forfeited the match. in case both parties fail to show up at the required time the match will be voided with neither side advancing.
Valid reasons to ask for a delay: – computer issues – problems caused by the 666 public lan – medical issues
invalid reasons: – “ we are eating” – a team member is missing/ sleeping
Compo rules: It is possible that the rules of a competition change for whichever reason without a public announcement. It falls upon the team captains shoulders to ensure they know the rules
expulsion: The admin retains the right to expel a participant from their competition. This can happen because of multiple reasons, including, but not limited to:
- moral conduct
- repeatedly to late
in a team based game, the remaining members may continue to play in the tournament.
The main compo finals are being played on stage and broadcasted on twitch.tv/666gamers. Because of this, the main compo’s have a strict time schedule and a few additional rules.
Playing more than one compo: We do not forbid teams to play in more than one main competition, however, we strongly discourage it. The main compo’s have a strict time schedule and if any time conflicts arise between two of your main competitions, the compo admins will call a forfait. If you are not yet in game, then you will be asked to choose which compo you choose to forfait. If you are already in-game then the match of the other main competition will be forfeited. Main compo’s have absolute priority over all other competitions. Choosing to significantly stall a match of a main competition will also lead to a forfait.
Finals: The finals are being played on stage. This is mandatory. Refusal to play on stage means that you forfeit your place in the finals to one of the teams that would play for 3rd / 4th place.
About half an hour before the start of the match, you will be asked to go on stage. A full-setup with all peripherals will be present but you can bring your own mouse or keyboard if you prefer. Use this time to immediately install your peripherals and adjust the settings to your liking. If there are problems with the installation of your peripherals that lead to a delay, we reserve the right to make you play with the peripherals that are provided for you.
There will be at least one half-time break that you can use to go outside / grab something to eat or drink / … An admin will tell you by what time you are expected back on the stage. If you do not respect this timing, an admin might decide to forfeit your following map/game.
Player interviews: Before and after the final, one of the casters will conduct an interview with a player or coach from each team which will be broadcasted on the livestream as well. It is mandatory to have at least one player or the coach willing to do the interview. Refusal to do the interviews means that you forfeit your place in the finals to one of the teams that would play for 3rd / 4th place.
Applying a conflict: in case you suspect foul play or a wrong score has been noted, contact the compo admin as soon as possible at the compo desk. It falls upon the person filing the complaint to supply evidence of his/her claim. this can be in the form of screenshots, text messages or video. only after supplying evidence will your case will be reviewed. The decision made by the admin is the final decision.