Author: BigBootyBode

The Recreation Rundown

Registration for our inaugural League of Legends Rec League has finally closed! With that happening, there is some housekeeping we need to do, in order to ensure that everyone knows how this league will work, as the format will be different from our usual competitive splits.

Scheduled matches are available for viewing on the SKL website by clicking on “Tournament” under the “SKLeague” tab, or by going to the following link: https://battlefy.com/skl-esports/skl-esports-lol-rec-league/59d6644aec08220342928fa1/stage/59d664b4ec08220342928fa4/bracket/1. Teams will be scheduled to play one game per week, with the teams being responsible for the exact scheduling of their games with their opponent for each week. Scheduling between teams can be done through Discord or the LoL client. For ease of communication between teams on these platforms, team captains will be clearly labelled in Discord, as well as all team captains being added to the SKLe Club in the LoL client. If a scheduled time cannot be agreed between two teams for that week, a scheduled time will be chosen by the SKL Admin Team for early the following week.

After a scheduled game time has been agreed upon by two teams, a tournament code can be generated in Battlefy for their match. However, it is important to not generate the tournament code too far ahead of time, as the generated codes expire after twenty-four hours. Battlefy will track all of the stats for the matches, as well as reporting the outcome of the match, through proper use of the tournament code.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us on our Discord channel! And remember, it’s a rec league, so try to have some fun out there. 😊

 

Warm regards,

Kevin “BigBooty” Bode

Farewell to Friends

We would like to announce the departure of two SKL Admins. Dylan “DXI Edge” Edgar and Brook “V Moppy” Wagner.

DXI Edge has been helping out with SKL since the beginning. His numerous contributions include securing major sponsors, helping with advertising, and assisting a great deal in the day-to-day behind the scenes workings of SKL. DXI Edge will continue to contribute by writing articles for our website, but unfortunately will have to stop with the administrative side of things for the sake of competitive integrity. He has left us in the hopes of qualifying for the regular season with his team, Indecision. We wish to thank DXI Edge for all of his help and we wish him the best of luck in the qualifying tournament.

V Moppy has also been helping out with SKL since the beginning, with his major contribution being designing all of the posters that you hopefully have been seeing all over Saskatchewan. He has left to focus more on work, as well as climbing that solo que ladder. SKL thanks V Moppy for all of his talents and efforts. They are greatly appreciated.

Once again, we would like to thank both of these gentleman for their hard work, talents, and contributions to SKLeague. We wish you both the best of luck in the future.

See you on the rift,

Zaramali 😉 (JK) and the SKL Team!

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