Double 1vs1 - Organization

Sat 1st Oct 2016 - 10:41am : General

Regarding the organization of the 1vs1² submatch, for each match, we ask all captains to send a private message on our website to "1vs1²" at least 10mn before your match starts (20:50 if you play at deftime), where you'll note your two 1vs1 players as well as their order. Just follow this example :


To : 1vs1²

Subject : Your match (e.g. iGn' vs. *aAa*)

Message : 

1. Player 1

2. Player 2


We want to avoid any confusion when starting any 1vs1, like waiting for the other team to show its player before showing yours, etc...

Thus, the players and the order you sent will have to be respected (we'll be checking afterwards). Screens are mandatory !

PM link :²

We know it's a bit late but we've been vainly seaching for a better system for quite a long time.

If you have any question or suggestion, feel free to ask !




Your Comments

  • Sun 2nd Oct 2016 - 8:49am

    Thanks for the feedback Rachel.

    As I said on facebook, we know we're a bit late with this but we've been vainly seaching for a better system for quite a long time. And we'd have posted this rule as a "news" anyway, since this is a new format we're trying to experiment and we can't be sure that everyone perfectly read the rules. But yea, maybe should we recall it on all match sheets once so everyone would be aware of it.

    About your 2nd point, indeed the other team can't be a 100% sure that its opponent use the correct driver, however both teams have to stick to the players and order they sent by PM which means that if one team doesn't respect it (on purpose or not), then they'll be losing the 1vs1² submatch afterwards. Thus, you don't have to worry about your opponent using his correct driver or not, just play your game while respecting the rule and the other team should do so as well (if not then you'll win this submatch by defwin once we've checked it afterwards). So it'd be pretty silly not to respect it.

    We'd definitely appreciate something like a programmed input as you said, which would make things way easier, but we're not qualified enough sadly to do so. Though, if anyone is willing to try it'd be awesome.


  • Sat 1st Oct 2016 - 7:12pm

    In theory I think it is a good idea to have such a rule with the format you are using. 

    The execution is not good though for two reasons:

    1. Implementing a rule after the teams signed up is never a good idea as you already mentioned. If someone did not make me aware of this I would not have read it.

    2. How should the other team know if its opponent use the correct driver? My solution would be to programm a input where the team admin can nominate the players by a drop down window and after both teams submitted the information will go public. Thus you have less work as admins to check the drivers and the opposing team will check this during the match to avoid mistakes. 

    I hope this helps, 


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