• 6 Sep 2007, 01:28 • News
With the release of the Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Demo just around the corner (read more..) it wasn't a long shot to say that there would be one or two demo cups popping up - and here is the first (and so far only) one. Just as they were the first to hold a ET:QW Beta Cup, QWL are now presenting their very own, ET:QW Demo Cup.
Their last cup was something of a disappointment as both the final and bronze final were won on forfeit due to various reasons, such as players dropping out and QuakeCon - but let's hope on a better finish for this one.
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Pain is Coming
Whether all vehicles and deployable's (at all times) where meant to be used even in competitive play by the developers as the QWL admins says is still open for discussion. But this could prove to be a very interesting cup and it could give us a final hint on which teams that will stand out when the retail version of the game finally arrives to Europe on the 28th. The Demo Cup is currently open for 64 teams and prices are to be announced when QWL-admins know the amount of teams willing to participate so stay tuned.
Scoring in Quake Wars League matches will be based on the best of 3 rounds. The format for the matches is stopwatch settings where one team attacks and sets a time for the round which the opposing team must beat. During the first round the "home team" will attack first while the "away team" defends. In the second round the "away team" will attack first while the "home team" defends.
After a match is completed the following point system is used:
The winning team will receive 3 points in the Quake Wars league.
If the match results in a draw both teams will receive 2 Quake Wars league points.
The losing team will receive 1 Quake Wars League point.
Matches that result in forfeits will result in 0 points for the forfeiting team.
If a team experiences an exorbitant amount of forfeit losses during the system they may be removed from the league at the staff's discretion.
Match Days and Times
In case of an "Open Schedule Cup" clans can challenge each other for any date and time. The challenged party is allowed to do a counter challenge if the date and time does not fit the clans schedule.
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Quake Wars League