[GLOBAL] Frosty Fridays #4 | Season 4

Compete every week in Divine Knockout tournaments, qualify for the playoffs event and earn your share of the cash prize!

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Game & Platform

Divine Knockout

Cross Platform

Game Account Required

Divine Knockout ID

Date & Time


Double Elimination



The provided ruleset's main goal is to ensure that the competition can be played without any issues and to provide information and specific details of it. Breaking or manipulating the rules is completely forbidden and will result in a direct loss of a match or even a forfeit from the tournament. Players and teams, especially captains, should always try to abide by these rules and keep sportsmanship up. All matches are intended to be played and this should be the common goal of players and administrators. The administration team reserve the right to overrule any pre-stated tournament rules at any given point if deemed necessary.

By signing up to this tournament all participants agree that they have read and accept the Terms of Service (ToS) and the Privacy Policy.


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1.1 - Player support - Tickets

It's recommended that the captains of the teams utilize the ticket system of the site to report any issue, from disputing a result to informing of a problem. Tickets can be found on every match and those can be accessed through the Dashboard after clicking 'View Details' on the desired one.

1.2 - User Guide & FAQ

Every question that you may have regarding EGL, our tournaments and procedures are explained in our user guide and in our FAQ. Please read them prior to the tournament to ensure a smooth and enjoyable tournament experience.


Tournament Format, Match & Game Settings

2.1 - Tournament Format

Winners Bracket: Rounds will be played as Best of 3 (BO3) until the semi-finals are reached. Both semi-finals and Grand finals will be Best of 5 (BO5).

Losers Bracket: Rounds will be played as Best of 1 (BO1) until the round of 16 is reached where it becomes Best of 3 (BO3). Both losers semi-finals and losers finals will be Best of 5 (BO5).

2.2 - Platform & Input Devices

The tournament is cross-platform, meaning that players from console and PC will be playing both together and against each other.

2.3 - Lobby Creation & Settings

The team with the highest seeding (number closer to '0' next to their name in the bracket) shall create the first lobby in-game and invite their opponents to compete.

Each match is Knockout mode. Each individual match is best of 5 rounds.

2.4 - Mode Order

The mode order and veto process is as follows.

2.4.1 - Mode Order
  • Game 1: Knockout - Champion Circle
  • Game 2 and onwards: Knockout - Winning player bans 2 stages and loser can pick from the remaining stages.
2.4.2 - Map Selection Process
  • Game 1: Champion Circle
  • Game 2 and onwards: Knockout - Winning player bans 2 stages and loser can pick from the remaining stages.
  • 2.5 - Server Settings

    Default Server is always NA East unless agreed by BOTH players.

    The highest seed (seed closest to '0') will host Map 1.

    2.6 - Restrictions

    Mystic Mayhem (Library Map).

    Tech listed in the Banned Tech/Exploits, document are all banned

    No stalling outside standard area of play for prolonged periods of time (1 min or longer)

    Loki’s divine trait ‘Tricked’ is banned.

    A game restart must be approved by an EGL staff member before taking place. Depending on the situation and game mode, the map might be restarted entirely or with certain win conditions applied.

    2.7 - Observers

    Only observers validated by EGL can spectate matches freely. These include but are not limited to official streaming casters and observers, staff members and other streamers and observers previously validated by EGL.

    If in doubt of whether an observer is validated one, please contact EGL staff using a match ticket.

    2.7.1 - Team Observers

    Team Observers are allowed at all times. Both teams will be responsable with updating the side that a team observer can spectate when switching between attacking and defending in different maps.


    Reporting Results

    3.1 - Where to report

    Captains and co-captains are the only players able to interact with the matches' reporting actions. They will find the chat section with the opponent team and the reporting and no-show buttons. They can find the matches through the Dashboard after clicking 'View Details' on the desired one.

    Remember that players need to be logged in their EGL accounts to see all the actionable buttons.

    3.2 - Reporting results. Disputes and No-Shows

    Captains and co-captains should only report a result when the whole match is finished. That means if, for example, a match is a best of 3 (BO3) maps there's no need to report every single map played, only the final result (i.e: 2-1.). An evidence should be attached to the reported result to ensure fast action from the administration team. Please read section 3.4 below for our Evidence Policy.

    If an evidence is not attached, the result will be automatically processed after 10 minutes. This is the time that the opponent team has to dispute the result in case the original one is wrong.

    Both teams should report their result to ensure the best tournament experience for all participating teams, even in the case of a loss.

    3.2.1 - Disputes and No-Shows

    If a team reports a score that is wrong, the opponent team will have a 10-minute window to dispute the match by introducing the correct result, ideally with evidece attached.

    If after 10 minutes of the start of the round a team is not showing signs of being present, the opponent team may ask for a no-show using the correct button in the Match page. The missing team has 5 minutes to dispute this situation and prove that they are ready to play. If after that time a dispute is not set in place, the missing team will be forfeited from the match.

    3.3 - Forfeits

    Reasons to ask for a forfeit for the opponent teams include but are not limited to the following situations:

  • Leaving or ending a match prior to it's completion and then failing to provide valid proof of the accusation against the opposing team.
  • Deliberately hosting a match with the incorrect match settings.
  • Delaying a match by more than five (5) minutes in between maps.
  • Exploiting and making use of known bugs withing the game.
  • Providing fake evidence in order to win a match.
  • 3.3.1 - Cheating

    We have a zero tolerance policy for cheating. Players caught cheating, glitching or abusing in-game mechanics in any way will be permanently banned from the EGL site and all future competitions.

    3.3.2 - Abusive behaviour

    Abusive behaviour towards staff members or other players will not be tolerated. The individual user and/or team violating this rule will be subject to a site-wide ban.

    3.4 - Evidence policy

    When asked to provide evidence, all video and photographic evidence must clearly show the match score, time, players in the lobby and, if necessary, evidence of the rule violation of the opposing player and/or team.

    Evidence that does not meet the above criteria or will not be considered. Evidence that has been faked or tampered with in any way will not be accepted as valid. Anyone found to be providing fake proof will be permanently banned from competing on the website ever again.

    Using the reporting system of the site is the best way to upload any media for admins to view. If this is not possible, third party websites such as YouTube for video and Imgur for images can be used.



    4.1 - Players per team

    The minimum amount of players required to participate per team is 3. The maximum amount of players is 5. Note section 5.2 below for prizing rights among players of the same team.

    4.2 - Roster Lock

    Player IDs are stored when you sign up for a tournament, meaning that any changes made to a player's ID after they register for a tournament will not be automatically updated on the roster. To avoid this, change your username before registering for a tournament or if you have already registered, leave the tournament, change your Player ID so that it is up to date and correct and then re-join the tournament.

    4.3 - Player IDs

    Players are required to connect their Divine Knockout accounts to their EGL profiles. They can do so in the settings, under Game & Social Accounts. Players cannot change their connected account during the tournament.

    4.4 - Substitutes

    Teams can sub in players in between rounds of the tournament and also in between maps of the same match. They need to notify the opponent team prior to doing so and the subbed player must be part of the selected roster when joining the tournament. Valid players will aways appear within the match.


    Players and Prizing

    5.1 - Eligible players

    The tournament is open to any player within North America and above 13 years of age. A team needs to have at least 3 players to participate.

    5.2 - Prizing

    The total based prize for the tournament is $100 and the distribution can be found in the Overview page.

    Only up to 2 players will be paid per winning team. If the team decides to share the prize in a different way, they shall contact the organization of the tournament to let them know who and how much they should get.


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