4:59pm May 16th 19 and edited 10:30am May 21st 19
Welcome everyone, to the websites second mobile esport. Another title by SuperCell, Lets Play Live are happy to announce our support of Brawl Stars with one large division
We are aiming to bring some consistent competition for players of all skill levels from seasoned players through to people who want to try their hand at competition for the first time. Players can join at any time through out the season to kick off their campaign. The ladder is open to all residents of Australia and New Zealand.
We are really excited to bring Brawl Stars some competition, and plan for the game to grow. With sufficient numbers, we will introduce more divisions to split up the skill levels and enable fair and equal matches as well as providing a pathway for players to advance through.
Ladder Unlocks: 30/05/2019
Final Match: 26/07/2019
Finals: 27/07/2019 (NOT AN ODC, matches are scheduled when both teams are available)
3v3 Open: $600 - free to play, open for all
1st - $220
2nd - $160
3rd-4th - $110
The Brawl Stars ladder is an elo based ladder. During the week teams will be notified to update their match times that they are available to play and the website will then match teams together based on coinciding selected times and elo. Teams and will receive 3 matches per 12 days.
Matches are played on the four modes, on randomised maps.
Game #1 = Gem Grab
Game #2 = Heist
Game #3 = Brawl Ball
Game #4 = Bounty
At the conclusion of the fourth game, teams submit their results on the match page, even if the results are 2-2.
Open: Top 8, single elimination bracket - Bo5
Note: Finals may become top 4 if there are not enough teams as determined by the administrator.
A full list of competition rules can be found here
Players can sign up at https://letsplay.live/games/brawl/
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