This article contains a mismatch of information that details key changes and announcements coming to TFCL.
- TFCL will provide prizes for Sixes and Highlander. Everything else is on a per-season basis.
-This does not rule out the possibility of us providing a prize pool for Fours, or other formats.
- Niche formats such as Ultiduo and bball will still be supported, but on a less frequent basis. These niche formats will have a prize pool.
- TFCL will provide three main divisions and one sub division, categorized below. These divisions will be introduced over time for 6v6, highlander, and 4v4 formats.
-S Rank: This is the highest division possible, and is comparable to Invite/Platinum
-A Rank: The second highest rank, comparable to Gold/Intermediate
-B Rank: This is the lowest main rank, and is comparable to Open/Gold-Steel
-C Rank: This is a “training” rank used primarily for total beginners to competitive TF2. Will introduce this in 2018/2019.
Currently, all single-division seasons and tournaments are considered B Rank.
- Medals will be distributed a week after the end of a major season.
-Everybody that has competed up until this point will receive a special alpha medal. Pictured below is the alpha medal with first, second, third, and participant variants. -The alpha medals will be distributed end of May, early June.
- The Toronto LAN is currently set for September 2017.
-The LAN is hosted by Hidi.
That’s it for now guys.