Thread started by Cyanide. on Friday, 1:10pm January 1st with 46 replies. Views: 7,813
1:10pm Jan 1st 16 and edited 1:55pm Jan 1st 16
7:03pm Jan 1st 16
Are there going to be any prizes added further down the line for more serious teams?
7:37pm Jan 1st 16
but in saying that i'm sure if you show interest into doing something of the sort people will flock to the idea as the dota2 scene isn't there for the aus/nz scene. what would you say the minimum number of teams you would take to even consider making bigger leagues for the higher skilled players/teams.
7:46pm Jan 1st 16
To move into leagues, I need to know there will be enough teams, and the competition. So what this means if every division in leagues ( CGa - ammatuer , CGm - main , CGi/p - invite / professional ) I need to know there will be at least 6-8 teams for each division we would run. Ideally we would want to run a min of two divisions. So this is 12 - 16 teams, plus a few left over for the open ladder.
The other thing you need to consider, to ensure teams are placed in the right division, need to see them play, so open ladder assists with this.
It also makes little sense for me to chase down sponsors, put in huge amounts of work, writing rules etc with out establishing the fact there are teams who want to play. Open ladder shows me teams want to play Dota2