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Dota Night – 5v5 Tournament
MoG is dropping their first DOTA 2 tournament of the year!
Calling all DOTA 2 fans!!
Ministry of Game is pleased to announce DOTA night! Grab your squad and head down to MoG on Friday, March the 8th for your chance to win some big-time cash!
- Individual: $25 Early Bird, $30 at the door
- Team pass: $125 Early Bird, $150 at the door
- $7 (Includes one hour of gameplay and 2 raffle tickets).
- $750 guaranteed prize pool.
- $500 to the winning team
- $250 to Second Place
- 5 free hours of gameplay to each 3rd place winner
Minimum of 6 teams needed to run this event
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Rules & Tournament Breakdown
All teams are expected to be at Ministry of Game 45 minutes before the start of the first match.
First match start time is firm, barring any technical challenges.
Using Your Own Peripherals
You will be permitted to use your own peripherals. Should you wish to do so, it is recommended that you arrive 60 to 90 minutes before the start of the first match.
Ministry of Game is not responsible for compatibility challenges with personal peripherals and MoG equipment.
A physical and digital inspection of peripherals may be requested at the discretion of any Ministry of Game Operative, Leader, or Missouri Valley College Representative.
Technical challenges with personal peripherals will not be permitted to delay first match start time.
Ministry of Game reserves the right to stream your match on the Ministry of Game Twitch channel.
Should you wish to stream your match on your own channel you will be permitted. However, Ministry of Game will not be held responsible for lag time due to streaming.
Technical challenges with streamer set up will not be permitted to delay first match start time.
Cancellations are possible up to 72 hours before the start of the event.
Entry fee is non-refundable once we are less than 72 hours from the start of the tournament.
Breach of Rules
Foul language, offensive, and disruptive behavior will not be tolerated by any player and will result in the following:
- First Warning – Will be a reminder of the MoG Code of Conduct and behavior that is expected.
- Second Warning – Will lead to forfeiting the game
- Second Warning will lead to disqualification from the tournament & possible ban from the facility.
If disconnection/ crashes/ or any other type of error occurs during the loading process, games that can be paused MUST be paused until all players connect. For games that cannot be paused, the team must immediately leave the queue they are in, re-join their party, and attempt another queue.
If any of these errors happen midway through a match, a restart may occur at the discretion of the game admin. In regards to games that have the ability to pause. Teams can pause the game so long as it does not exceed the pause allowance. If an error happens and the team is already past their pause allowance, the game will continue or said team will automatically lose the game.
Rule only applies to games with the ability to pause.
Teams may pause the Game for a maximum of 10 minutes over the course of a single Game( best of 5) or 20 minutes over the course of a Match ( best of 3 ) and 15 Minutes for the best of 1 matches. Pausing beyond allowance-time will be considered unfair play and match must be resumed.
In case of any dispute regarding any issue, the final decision will be made by the admin.
Game Admin has the power to refute any rule depending on the situation at hand.
These Rules may be amended, modified or supplemented by Ministry of Game, from time to time, in order to ensure fair play and the integrity of Ministry of Game tournaments.