ozfortress Highlander Season 4
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Returning from a brief but busy off-season, ozfortress presents to you Highlander Season 4. We hope you'll enjoy our Autumn Action cups, and are ready to take on another season of ozfortress Highlander!
Due to the condensed off-season, many of the seasonal changes you have come to expect are yet to be fully published here, however we are working to release the post-season poll shortly, and a few days after its release we will post the results and applicable Highlander changes.
You can sign up for Highlander Season 4 from Saturday the 27th of May, up until Wednesday the 7th of June 2023. We aim to have seeding out by Saturday the 10th of June at the latest, before the season starts. The season starts Tuesday the 13th of June 2023.
Please see the signup agreement at the bottom of the page for further information on helping us out with seedings!
Highlander Season 4 changes will come as its own news post and will be added here once that post has been released. Please note, the news post will come a few days after the post-season poll.
By signing up, you acknowledge that you may be placed in any division the administrators deem fit for your roster, and thus your entire team should be reasonable in their expectations on division placement. We will endeavour to let teams know of changes in initial seedings before the final release. Please ensure you specify the division you truly believe your team should be in, this will make it easier for administrators to consult with you on your seeding. Along with selecting your desired division, please also list who you expect to play, and what class/role. We've left a template below, please include it in your signup application's description.
On the ozfortress website, captains can create Teams using the "Start Team" button on the Teams page. Once created, captains can invite players to the team. Team invites are shown on a player's profile, which can be accessed by clicking on your name next to the bell on the top right-hand corner of your screen. Teams provide a pool of players that can be signed up for a tournament. Players may be in the pool for multiple teams but only one active roster for any given tournament. Captains may sign up a roster for tournaments under the league page.
If you're new and not sure how to get started, don't fret! Check out the Recruitment category of the ozfortress Discord where you can express your interest in joining a team, or peruse potential players to form a team of your own. Highlander teams are comprised of one of each class. If you're new to the competitive scene, click here for an introduction to ozfortress!
Once you've signed up your team or have joined one, your part is done. Don't worry if you didn't find or join a team in time, you can always be transferred onto a team in one of the Transfer Windows. See the Transfers link for more info on Transfers, and the Transfers Window link for info on when these windows are, both links can be found at the bottom.
Please ensure you have enough backups to last the entire cup; teams are allowed a maximum of fifteen (15) players rostered.
- During Highlander Season 4 we plan on conducting random demo checks to ensure players are recording POV demos. Please ensure that you are recording match demos in order to avoid punishment.
- If you are unsure of whether or not something is considered a game exploit, contact a League Administrator for clarification. Ignorance is not an excuse.
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