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A small but mighty group of passionate admins, HQ office staff, and volunteers operate our ladders and moderate our channels. Click here to apply to become a volunteer LPL Admin.
The High School League (HSL) provides high school students with a fun, competitive, and rewarding esports experience which is very similar to traditional high school sports. We promote esports as a positive activity that opens up team building, leadership and self-improvement opportunities to a wider range of students outside the traditional field and court sports. We encourage schools to ensure that the motivating factor to be eligible to play is that a student applies themselves to their school work. Remaining eligible to play, and having fun with teammates, is paramount!
Click here to learn more about the HSL: https://hsl.letsplay.live/article/151/Why-competing-in-esports-is-beneficial-for-high-school/
Ladders are the brackets in which individual players or teams are ranked in a particular tournament. These ladder standings will update after every match played in a tournament. Individual players/teams are able to rise up and down the ladders and divisions based on their performances.
Divisions (Open, Amateur, Evolution, Challenger and Pro) are our unique tiers of play.
The Open Division is a free-to-play division and a great way to try out the LPL Platform and competitive esports.
The Amateur Division is for users looking to play in a more competitive environment.
The Evolution, Challenger and Pro Divisions are invite-only divisions for the most premier esports teams. Players have the ability to “rank up” their division based on their end-of-season placements in the previous season.
Typically, the Top 4-8 players from lower Divisions will be invited to compete for a place in top-tier divisions at the end of each season. This varies from game to game, and up-to-date information can be found on the Event pages.
LPL holds three main seasons within a single calendar year. Each season will include 8-10 weeks of competitive gaming, with relegations being played before the following season commences to determine Division placements.
Follow us on social media for all our latest updates and broadcast schedule!
LPL Twitter: https://linktr.ee/lpltwitter
LPL Main: https://www.twitch.tv/letsplaylive
LPL Play: https://www.twitch.tv/lpl_play
LPL HSL: https://www.twitch.tv/highschoolleague
LPL CSGO: https://www.twitch.tv/lpl_csgo
LPL Dota 2: https://www.twitch.tv/lpl_dota
If the game you want to play isn’t currently supported by LPL, leave us a support ticket: https://letsplay.live/support/create/. Keep an eye on our social media pages for title announcements each season.
You can view the games we currently support on the LPL Platform by going here: https://letsplay.live/games/. These titles can change throughout the year.
Each tournament ruleset varies from game to game and division to division. They can be found in [ Play ] > [ Selected Game ] > [ Rules ].
For Elo formatted divisions, you must select your preferred match times every week by clicking ‘Update Match Times’ under your Team Settings. Once saved, the website will auto-assign matches against teams that have also selected the same preferred match times. You will receive an email notification once you have been assigned a match. You can play a maximum of 3 games per week.
You can communicate with your opponent via your assigned match page.
No, only LPL Admins and teams involved can view the match page.
You can report scores for your match via your Match Page.
For disputes, please submit one support ticket per dispute. Explain your side of the story in full and submit any proof (eg. screenshots, etc) you have.
For specific games such as CSGO, you will have to dispute on the respective match page as well in order to alert the other team, if you don’t do this within 24 hours of match completion your dispute will be invalidated.
You can register here: https://letsplay.live/register/ and creating an account is FREE.
In the top-right corner of the website, click on your username. Scroll down on the Overview page to “Game IDs” and click “Edit IDs”
You can link your Steam Account to your LPL Account by going here: https://letsplay.live/steamauth/ and logging into Steam.
Upon your tournament's conclusion, LPL Admins will distribute ‘LPL Credits’ to your account. You will receive an email notification notifying you that you have LPL Credits waiting for your withdrawal.
You can withdraw LPL Credits by going to [ Account Settings ] under your profile. If you are withdrawing LPL Credits for the first time, please ensure you have saved your payment details in [ Withdrawal Settings ] and linking your Mobile Number here: https://letsplay.live/mymobile/
We currently offer withdrawal via Bank Deposit and Paypal.
This can take anywhere from 14 days - 1 month. If you have not received your prize money within one month since the date of your withdrawal, please create a support ticket: https://letsplay.live/support/create/
Premium membership costs $14.99 AUD per month.
To subscribe to LPL Premium you will need to head to:
Please note, when you subscribe auto-renewal is on and is non-refundable. To cancel this, go to: https://letsplay.live/settings/subscription/
- Compete as an individual player or as part of a team in tournaments ranging from Amateur to Pro League level
- Bigger prizes
- Compete with players on your skill level & climb the ranks
- Amateur players/teams have the opportunities to qualify up through Evolution, Challenger and Pro divisions in certain tournaments
- Scout for teams looking for players to rank up & compete within higher divisions. Subscribers automatically become eligible to enter tournaments if they switch to a qualifying team.
Subscription payments are non-refundable but users may receive a refund should the terms be met. You can view the Terms here: https://letsplay.live/terms/
You can register to any Open Division at any time as it is an open ladder. For Amateur & other divisions, keep an eye on our socials for when we open up sign ups in the new season!
To register for a tournament you first need to decide which tournament you want to register for.
Go to the ‘Play’ tab and select the game you would like to play in, navigate to the tournament of your choice by clicking ‘View ladder’ and click ‘Register Now’. Type in your team name and hit ‘Create Team’. If you are participating in a single player tournament, you are still required to create your team.
New LPL users can only participate in Open (free) or Amateur Divisions (LPL Subscription required). To play in Pro, Challenger, and Evolution Divisions, you must qualify through previous Divisions. (See: What do the Divisions mean?)
You can add players by going to your ‘Team Settings’ after creating a team via [ Profile Settings ] -> [ Teams ] -> [ Team Settings ]. You can then invite your team members by searching up for their username or by their email.
Casual players are advised to participate in Open Divisions. Alternatively, players can sign up for weeklies. Weeklies are matches that are played once per week, eg. every Thursday at 7pm. They’re not part of ongoing tournaments, but rather one-off events that allow you to get a taste of esports without committing to a full league which can last several weeks.
Once you have logged in, you can submit a support ticket here for any enquiries to do with website functionality, tournament administration or dispute queries.
An LPL Admin will respond to your support ticket and you will receive an email notification that your support ticket has been responded to. You can respond using the same support ticket accordingly.
The best option for support is always submitting a support ticket via letsplay.live/support. Alternatively, you can also head into the LPL Community Discord here and join the corresponding game channel for direct discussion with tournament administrators.