We've had a few reports come in over the past two weeks regarding player profile content, mainly player items and their usage, steam groups those players are in, and other profile content.
After lots of back and forth discussion between the admin team, we've collectively come to the following conclusion going forward to hopefully clear up these issues people have.
In-game items used by players in a Respawn League (or match where our config is being used) official, scrim or pug are considered within our reach and infractable, with items used outside of these scenarios considered out of our reach. In-game items which target and harrass particular players will be treated separately under our current harassment and threat policies, as we've deemed these circumstances to be within our reach regardless of where they are used.
Steam groups are not considered within our reach unless the group contains content which would be considered targeted harassment. This includes the name, description or tag of the group.
The Respawn League team.
Congratulations to all the teams that made it to playoffs for Season 11 of AU/NZ and Season 10 of ASIA!
Your winners for both regions are listed below:
1st Place: VIP club
2nd Place: rascals
3rd Place: Fellowship of the Ping 🧝💊😎
1st Place: Specimens
2nd Place: indonesia haters
3rd Place: Kingsmen Taxi
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Remember to keep an eye out for the announcement post of our next season, it's coming soon!
It has come to my attention that players are continuously failing to follow the rule regarding the use of correct aliases for matches that are being casted:
Any match coverage from an Approved Casting Organisation requires all players present to be using either their recognizable alias or the alias on their RSL account. Players found not using their correct alias will be subject to punishment after an initial warning.
We have been somewhat lenient regarding this rule in the past, however moving forward, we will no longer be issuing a warning. Any player that fails to use their correct alias at the time of match ready-up will be issued a T1 infraction.
"Correct alias" refers to your current RSL alias, or a recognisable alias that you have used in the past.
We will be adjusting the above rule to mirror these changes, which will come into effect effective immediately.
Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.