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Rules Overview FAQ


Teams and players are responsible for reading and understanding the rules. Any rule violations can result in suspension, match forfeits, league ban, or any other punishment that AVGL moderators deem appropriate. Alterations to these rules can be made at any time and updates will be posted on the news page. Not being aware of a rule is not an excuse for breaking one.

 

These are the general AVGL rules that govern all games. Each game has a subset of specific rules for that league, tournament, or event. Those rules can be found on the rules tab of the event page. If there is a rules on an event rule set that contradicts a rules on this overall rule page, then the rule on the specific event page is to be followed.

Sportsmanship FAQ


All players are required to uphold and observe a universal level of sportsmanship. Any unsportsmanlike action can include, but is not limited to, racism, profanity, rude/vulgar acts, abusive remarks, or disrespect of an official in game, on social media, or any other form of communication. Player handles and team fall under these same provisions and cannot be similar to another user's handle, team name, admin or moderators name, or a different organization. Sportsmanship misconduct on any form of communication or social media can result in a ban from the platform and all events.

Sportsmanship violations can be reported as a dispute. In the case of poor sportsmanship, mute or ignore the enemy player and finish out the match.

College Student Specific Registration Requirements FAQ


All players who wish to participate in any college exclusive event must register an account on https://avgl.org. You must register with your school email if you are a student, administrator, or officially affilated with a school.

Players must be enrolled as full time undergraduate or graduate students at a US or Canadian college or university throughout the entire length of the event or league. A general rule is that a student carrying 12 or more credit hours at a time is considered full time, however, the specific definition varies depending on individual school policies. Players can contact their college or university to find out the qualifications of full time status which is in place for financial aid and tax purposes. All participants must be high school graduates and cannot still be attending high school, even if enrolled in certain college programs. The AVGL will confirm these qualifications when necessary. Players who attend a community college are eligibile. 

All players must be current students at a North American college or university. Further proof of identity will be requested upon qualification for playoffs/championships or anytime by an AVGL admin. Failure to provide requested proof will result in disqualification and forfeiture of all prizes.

Students who are on academic probation or suspended from their college or university are not eligible to participate. If such a suspension or probation occurs mid-season, then that player cannot finish out the remainder of the season.

 


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Rules Overview

FAQ

Teams and players are responsible for reading and understanding the rules. Any rule violations can result in suspension, match forfeits, league ban, or any other punishment that AVGL moderators deem appropriate. Alterations to these rules can be made at any time and updates will be posted on the news page. Not being aware of a rule is not an excuse for breaking one.

 

These are the general AVGL rules that govern all games. Each game has a subset of specific rules for that league, tournament, or event. Those rules can be found on the rules tab of the event page. If there is a rules on an event rule set that contradicts a rules on this overall rule page, then the rule on the specific event page is to be followed.

Sportsmanship

FAQ

All players are required to uphold and observe a universal level of sportsmanship. Any unsportsmanlike action can include, but is not limited to, racism, profanity, rude/vulgar acts, abusive remarks, or disrespect of an official in game, on social media, or any other form of communication. Player handles and team fall under these same provisions and cannot be similar to another user's handle, team name, admin or moderators name, or a different organization. Sportsmanship misconduct on any form of communication or social media can result in a ban from the platform and all events.

Sportsmanship violations can be reported as a dispute. In the case of poor sportsmanship, mute or ignore the enemy player and finish out the match.

College Student Specific Registration Requirements

FAQ

All players who wish to participate in any college exclusive event must register an account on https://avgl.org. You must register with your school email if you are a student, administrator, or officially affilated with a school.

Players must be enrolled as full time undergraduate or graduate students at a US or Canadian college or university throughout the entire length of the event or league. A general rule is that a student carrying 12 or more credit hours at a time is considered full time, however, the specific definition varies depending on individual school policies. Players can contact their college or university to find out the qualifications of full time status which is in place for financial aid and tax purposes. All participants must be high school graduates and cannot still be attending high school, even if enrolled in certain college programs. The AVGL will confirm these qualifications when necessary. Players who attend a community college are eligibile. 

All players must be current students at a North American college or university. Further proof of identity will be requested upon qualification for playoffs/championships or anytime by an AVGL admin. Failure to provide requested proof will result in disqualification and forfeiture of all prizes.

Students who are on academic probation or suspended from their college or university are not eligible to participate. If such a suspension or probation occurs mid-season, then that player cannot finish out the remainder of the season.

 

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