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4Players.de Play4Fame

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Introduction

4PL's Play4Fame is a series tournaments held on the EU West server. Weekly Cups take place every Saturday and act as qualifiers for Monthly Finals. Teams receive points based on their performance in the weeklies and at the end of each month, the sixteen teams with the highest amount of points earn a spot in the Monthly Final.

Play4Fame made its debut in July 2011, following and replacing 4PL's occasional 5on5 Cups. The Monthly Finals were eventually added in December 2011.

Tournament Information

Prize Money

Monthly Finals:

Total prize money 750€:

  • 1st Place: €400
  • 2nd Place: €200
  • 3rd Place: €100
  • 4th Place: €50

Total prize money increased to 800€ in March 2012:

  • 1st Place: €450
  • 2nd Place: €200
  • 3rd Place: €100
  • 4th Place: €50

Total prize money increased to 1000€ in April 2012:

  • 1st Place: 500€
  • 2nd Place: 300€
  • 3rd Place: 200€

In-Game Prizes

Saturday Cups:

  • 1st Place: €25 RP + Champion Skin (per player)
  • 2nd Place: €20 RP + Champion Skin (per player)
  • 3rd Place: €15 RP + Champion Skin (per player)
  • 4th Place: €15 RP (per player)
  • 5th-8th Place: €10 RP (per player)

Added a 200€ reward for the 1st place and reduced the amount of RP given in April 2012:

  • 1st Place: 200€ + €20 RP + Champion Skin (per player)
  • 2nd Place: €15 RP + Champion Skin (per player)
  • 3rd Place: €10 RP + Champion Skin (per player)
  • 4th Place: €5 RP (per player)

Point Distribution

Point Distribution
Place Points[1]
1 100
2 80
3 60
4 40
5-8 20
9-16 10
17-32 5
33-64 2

Format

  • Weekly Saturday Cup
    • Open Registration
    • Single Elimination
    • Best of One
    • Final - Best of Three
  • Monthly Finals
    • 16 qualified teams
    • Single Elimination
    • Best of One: Round 1 to Round 3
    • Best of Three: Grand Final

External Links

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