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StarCraft 2 Season 1 Announcement

@SkywalkerHogie All done on the match page when you get assigned a match. We have a match wall to talk on, and a button to submit scores after the match begins.
60 days ago

Clash Royale Season 2 Announcement



Welcome everyone, to the websites first ever mobile esport. Lets Play Live are happy to announce our support of Clash Royale with both a 1v1 and a 3v3 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 Clash Royale some competition, and plan for the game to grow. With sufficient numbers, we will introduce even 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.

We are breaking up the 1v1 competition in to two sets of leagues that go over a month, both with the same prizing, rather than a longer, 2 month league.

Key Dates
30/05/2019: All Ladders Unlocks
27/06/2019: 1v1 Final Match
29/06/2019: 1v1 Finals 7:00PM AEST
01/07/2019: 1v1 Season 2 Begins
29/07/2019: All divisions final match
30/07/2019: All Finals (NOT AN ODC, matches are scheduled when both teams are available)

Divisions
1v1 Open: $100 - free to play, open for all players, over 1 month (x 2)
3v3 Open: $700 - open for all players, over 2 months

Prize Distribution
1v1 Open:
1st - $75
2nd - $50
3rd - $25

3v3 Open:
1st - $200
2nd - $150
3rd-4th - $125

Ladder Format
The Clash Royale ladder is an elo based ladder. During the week teams and players will be notified to update their match times that they are available to play and the website will then match teams and players together based on coinciding selected times and elo. Teams and players will receive 3 matches per 12 days.

Matches are a standard best of 3.

Teams

This is only for the 3v3 Open ladder

Series Format
Best of Three sets. Teams must win 2 out of the 3 sets to win a match. Teams will be made up of 3 or more players. The teams will consist of 2 players who will play the 2v2 set, and 1 player who will play the 1v1 set. You may not use the same players for both of these sets. If a match reaches a third set, it is a King of the Hill format with any of the team members who choose to compete.

Set 1: 2v2 Best of Three set.
Teams must pick two players to battle it out in the first set. Teams must win 2 out of 3 games to win this set.

Set 2: 1v1 Best of Three set.
Teams must pick one player to battle it out in this second set. Teams must win 2 out of 3 games to win this set.

Set 3: 1v1 King of the Hill.
Teams must pick a maximum of 3 players on their roster to battle it out in this final set. As soon as a player loses a 1v1, they are knocked out, and another team member must step up and continue the battle while the winning player stays on. When a team has all their players knocked out, they will lose this final set.

Finals
Top 8, single elimination bracket

Bans
Teams and players will each ban a specific card for each set of games before their match begins. The bans must be submitted before the match starts on the match page. They will then have 15 minutes to create their deck before heading in to their first set.

Rules
A full list of competition rules can be found here

Registration
Players can sign up below;
3v3: https://letsplay.live/games/cr/open/
1v1: https://letsplay.live/games/cr/cr1/open/

Connect with Us
Discord - https://discord.gg/hFTykzR
Twitter - https://twitter.com/lpl_play
Twitter - https://twitter.com/letsplaylivehq
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/letsplaylivehq
Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/team/cybergamer
62 days ago

Project Cars 2019: Season 2 Announcement




Welcome everyone, to Project Cars 2, with LPL. For 2019, we have announced thousands of dollars in prize money to be used exclusively for you players! The 2019 year will be open for any user across Australia and New Zealand to compete in. So let everyone know, now is the time! Next season has a pro division with large amounts of prize money, TV broadcasts and a LAN finals! And the only way to get there is by playing Amateur this season!

Season 2

PC Amateur: $500 prize pool, open for all players, subscription required

Prize Distribution
PC Amateur:
1st - $200
2nd - $100
3rd-4th - $50
5th-8th - $25

Maps

Week 1
- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya - Rain, Overcast
- Brands Hatch GP - Clear

Week 2
- Bathurst Mount Panorama - Rain, Storm
- Azure Circuit – Night (Clear)

Week 3
- Le Mans Bugatti Circuit- Light Cloud
- Knockhill International - Hazy, Clear

Week 4
- Dubai Autodrome - Clear
- Sportsland SUGO – Thunder Storm, Overcast

Week 5
- Zolder - Overcast, Light Cloud
- Sakitto - Heavy Cloud, Rain

Week 6
- Oschersleban A Course - Snow
- Fuji GP - Heavy Cloud

Week 7
- Long Beach Street Circuit - Night (Clear)
- Road America - Storm, Rain

Week 8
- Red Bull Ring GP - Heavy Fog With Rain
- Rouen Les Essarts - Light Cloud

Season 3

PC Amateur: $500 prize pool, open for all players
PC Pro: $TBA Prize Pool, 16 player invite division

To qualify for Pro in Season 3, teams must compete in Season 2's Amateur in order to earn a spot.
The top 8 of Pro from last season will keep their spots, while the top 8 from Amateur this season will earn their spots to make the rest of the 16.

Pro and LAN Finals: All Pro season and the LAN is broadcasted live to Twitch, with the LAN hosted at Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand. All players invited to LAN will receive free accommodation and travel assistance.

More divisions may be added depending on sign ups with added prize pools.

All divisions and prizing are subject to change pending signups

Key Dates
Season 2
First Match Night: 30/05/2019 7:00pm AEST
Final Match Night: 18/07/2019 7:00pm AEST

Ladder Format

Every Thursday Night during the season, players will be prompted to click a ready up button to say that you are competing tonight. You will then be sorted in to a lobby of 16 players and will race in the predetermined map shown above. Following this first game, you will be assigned a second lobby of players to play the second map.

One player must volunteer to setup the lobby in the game as determined by the ruleset.

Once in Season 3, the 16 player Pro division will have the same, predetermined 16 in the lobbies with an admin, caster or nominated individual to setup the lobby.

Scoring
1st Place2nd Place3rd Place4th Place5th Place6th Place7th Place8th Place
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9th Place10th Place11th Place12th Place13th Place14th Place15th Place16th Place
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Cars and Track Types
Players must use the 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 R. A full map list of the circuit maps being used can be found in the rules page.

Rules and Lobby Setup
A full list of competition rules and lobby setup specifications can be found here

Registration
Players can sign up at https://www.cybergamer.com/games/pc2/

Connect with Us
Discord - https://discord.gg/hFTykzR
Twitter - https://twitter.com/lpl_play
Twitter - https://twitter.com/letsplaylivehq
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/letsplaylivehq
Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/team/cybergamer

If you have any questions regarding any of this, please hit us up in the discord server or open a support ticket here: https://letsplay.live/support/
62 days ago

Dota 2019: Season 2 Announcement



Welcome everyone, to Dota 2, with LPL. As you may have already seen here we are fast tracking our road map, and bringing you our Dota 2 Pro division a season earlier! With TV broadcasts, $6k prize pool and a LAN finals, we have 3 spots free that you can fight for in an open qualifier. Check it out here: https://letsplay.live/tournaments/17651/


Pro: $8k prize pool, 6 team invite division
Challenger: $2k prize pool, 8 team invite division
Amateur: $1k prize pool, open for all players

Total: $11k prize pool

In order to compete in all divisions, players must have an active subscription during the season. Find it here

Our intent is to introduce a pathway for the Dota 2 community, so the teams and players can be broken up in to different skill groups, to provide fair games against equal opponents, while providing a way to climb those divisions until you reach the top.


Challenger Breakdown
1. Shutdown (TBC)
2. Infinity Gaming
3. Raging Apu
4. Australian Gaming Network
5. 1st-4th FFYI
6. 1st-4th FFYI
7. 1st-4th FFYI
8. 1st-4th FFYI
FFYI (Fight for your invite)
To determine the remaining teams invited to the top division, we will be holding an open qualifier on May 20th to determine who gets placed where. Matches will be Bo1 in a Double Elimination bracket with the top 8 invited to Challenger. Please be aware this is NOT AN ODC. Matches will start on the Monday and be scheduled by the teams when they can both find time until the Sunday, where remaining matches will be forced to be played from 7pm on the Sunday.

Once this season is over and have we a solid record of team results, we will introduce a much more stable relegation system rather than a mass FFYI. Teams should sign up for the amateur divisions in preparation for the season, and if you get invited to Challenger or Pro, you will be moved up there from the division you are currently in.

Sign up for the Challenger FFYI here: https://letsplay.live/tournaments/17652/
See here for the Pro FFYI here: https://letsplay.live/forums/thread/621434/LPL-PRO-Dota-2-ANZ-Open-Qualifier-PRO-Division/

Key Dates
Challenger FFYI Start Date: 20/05/2019
Challenger FFYI End Date: 26/05/2019

All Divisions Begin: 29/05/2019
Challenger Final Match Night: 10/07/2019
Challenger Semi Finals: 17/07/2019
Amateur Final Match Night: 17/07/2019
Amateur Finals: 18/07/2019 (not an odc)
Challenger Grand Finals: 24/07/2019

Prize Distribution
Pro: $8k
1st - $3600
2nd - $1800
3rd - $1100
4th - $750
5th-6th - $375

Challenger: $2k
1st - $650
2nd - $350
3rd-4th - $250
5th-8th - $125

Amateur: $1k
1st - $200
2nd - $150
3rd-4th - $125
5th-8th - $100

Ladder Format
The Dota 2 ladder is an elo based ladder, with 3 matches assigned per 12 days. Challenger division will have two matches scheduled each Wednesday night at 7pm.
Challenger teams may only reschedule matches with a legitimate reason provided to an administrator, and may only be done twice within the regular season, any further reschedule requests will become forfeits. To reschedule, an administrator must give you permission, and each request will be decided on a case by case basis.

Series Format
All matches are Bo1. Online Finals are Bo3.

Rules
A full list of competition rules can be found here

Registration
Players can sign up at https://www.letsplay.live/games/dota2/

Connect with Us
Discord - https://discord.gg/hFTykzR
Twitter - https://twitter.com/lpl_play
Twitter - https://twitter.com/letsplaylivehq
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/letsplaylivehq
Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/team/cybergamer
67 days ago

Transgender people and the female league

Hey peeps, happy to see some discussion here.
Our intent with introducing the female league was to not segregate them, but provide them a pathway. Because in video games, there is no biological difference, it's just pure skill, so why segregate them at all? Here is why.

Women can find it hard to break in to the standard competitive play in game due to the harassment they can receive over voice chat in the game. And while I am sure that the majority of guys do not harass women, it is the few who do which push these women out of the competitive scene.

So if these women jump on LPL and try esports rather than in game competitive, and try to go looking for some teams to join, there are some stereotypes they can face. Women who find themselves on a high skilled team can be seen as "sucking dick to get there" (in a metaphorical way, but that is one of the stereotypes) or the team gets seen as "only picking her up since she is a girl."
Alternatively, they can jump on a low skill team while the former stereotype isn't there, the latter still is. Alongside that, the lower skilled teams may be less dedicated and can be more prone to be seeing harassment within the team itself.

And while I am speaking of women in these scenarios, the same can happen for transgenders but less on the sexual harassment and more on the actual blatant hate speech side of things.

So we thought it might be good if we can introduce a female league to a part of the community that can struggles to find it's way in to esports. Where they can support each other and show off their skills in a positive environment without any other social stigmas.
The intent here is that they can earn a reputation and then can slide in to the main leagues afterwards, or play in the female league while playing in the main league to further their skills and meet new people, hopefully removing the stereotypes and stigmas so our main leagues can be awesome
68 days ago

StarCraft 2 Season 2 Announcement



Welcome everyone, to our upcoming Season 2 for StarCraft 2, with LPL.

Congratulations everyone who competed in our last season. Moving in to Season 2, we will be bringing you our first SC2 season under the LPL banner! Along with that, Amateur has been increased to 10 players.

Challenger: $1,500 prize pool, 8 player invite division
Amateur: $600 prize pool, open for all players - Only pathway to get to Challenger
Open: $150 prize pool, free to play, open for all players

In order to compete in Challenger and Amateur, players must have an active subscription during the season. Find it here

Open Division will keep a traditional ladder format like in previous seasons. Players update their match times and will get assigned matches based on their availabilities, and their elo.
Amateur division is moving to a weekly schedule where 2 matches will be played every week, and will be scheduled when both teams find a time to play.
Challenger Division will be moving to a single round robin format (rather than double like last season). Timings have been changed to be every Wednesday night from 7pm AEST, with two matches scheduled at 7pm, and another 2 scheduled at 8pm. We will be broadcasting two matches a night. These will be broadcasted live from our Studio in Sky Tower, Auckland.

Finals will be a Bo5 Single Elimination over the course of a week with players coordinating times to schedule their matches to be completed as soon as both teams are available.
Open + Amateur Finals = 8 players
Challenger Finals = 4 players

Division Breakdown
Challenger

Relegations
At the end of the season, the bottom 4 of Challenger verse the Top 4 of Amateur to decide who makes Challenger for Season 3.

Relegations will be double elimination bo3, seeded as per your final placings at the end of the season. For example, the 5th place in Amateur will verse the 4th place in Open in the bracket.
Players will submit their available match times for the tournament, as will their opponent, and the system will schedule the match at the earliest possible time that coincides. This will NOT be an ODC for now.

All other players are advised to sign up to Open or Amateur here: https://www.cybergamer.com/games/sc2/

Something to note: We are considering adding a fourth division with even higher prize pools and broadcast quality. To ensure this goes ahead, get as many people playing in Open and Amateur as you can! We have some big plans, and just need some big numbers to support it!

Key Dates
All divisions Begin: 15/05/2019 7:00pm AEDT
Challenger Final Match Night: 26/06/2019 7:00pm AEDT
Challenger Semi Finals: 03/07/2019 7:00pm AEDT
Challenger Grand Final: 10/07 2019 7:00pm AEDT
Open and Amateur Final Match Night:10/07/2019 11:59pm AEDT
Open and Amateur Finals: 11/07/2019 through to 21/07/2019 (Scheduled by players, not set time)

Prize Distribution

Challenger:
1st - $400
2nd - $300
3rd-4th - $200
5th-8th - $100

Amateur:
1st- $200
2nd - $130
3rd-4th - $70
5th-8th - $40

Open:
1st - $60
2nd - $40
3rd-4th - $25

Map Pool
Year Zero LE
King's Cove LE
Cyber Forest LE
Kairos Junction LE
Automaton LE
Port Aleksander LE
New Repugnancy LE

Upon May 22nd, we will remove Port Aleksander, Automaton and Year Zero and replace with Acropolis, Thunderbird, and Turbo Cruise

Rules
A full list of competition rules can be found here

Registration
Players can sign up at https://www.cybergamer.com/games/sc2/

Connect with Us
Discord - https://discord.gg/hFTykzR
Twitter - https://twitter.com/lpl_play
Twitter - https://twitter.com/letsplaylivehq
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/letsplaylivehq
Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/team/cybergamer
69 days ago

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JawsOCE

Battle.net ID

Jaws#6690

PUBG Name

JawsOG

Sc2 username

Jaws#191

League of Legends OCE Summoner Name

Willis Dogg

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