Teamsize: 7 players;
- Timelimit: 10 minutes;
- Maps list: Cliff, Mines, Prokhorovka, Lakeville;
- Usage of the premium tanks, shells and consumables is allowed;
- Vehicles are not to exceed tier 8, with artillery not to exceed tier 5;
- The combined total tier of the team should not be higher than 42 points;
- First games week on 26.09.2011;
- Games starts on 19:30 (GMT+2);
- Prizes: 1500 USD
(50% - 1st place, 35% - 2nd place, 15% - 3rd place);
Butu saunu sudalyvaut
All the 16 teams are signed and the tournament
is ready to start on 26.09.2011. Please read carefully this important
information, because it will help you to understand the main aspects of
the tournament procedure.
Please check your World of Tanks Ingame Nick
in your Profile on the Baltic League Website
. It should be exactly the same
as you have it inside the World of Tanks game. We will use your Ingame Nick for an invitation to all the matches. If your Ingame Nick is incorrect, you cannot participate in the matches!
So check your Ingame Nick one more time, and if you need to change it, post your request here
What is 42 points that we use in our Rules
Let me explain it with some examples. 42 points mean, that the combined
total tier of the team should not be higher than 42 points. Notice that
in every battle a team has 42 points in total for 7 vehicles (vehicles
are not to exceed tier 8, with artillery not to exceed tier 5.). Also
remember, that a team with incomplete quantity of players will have less
than 42 points (-1 point for every missing vehicle).
A team with 7 vehicles:
2 Tanks of tier 8 (2x8 = 16 points) + 2 Tanks of tier 6 (2x6 = 12
points) + 2 Tanks of tier 5 (2x5 = 10 points) + 1 Tank of tier 4 (1x4 = 4
points) = 42 points total.
A team with 6 vehicles:
3 Tanks of tier 8 (3x8 = 24 points) + 1 TD of tier 6 (1x6 = 6 points) + 1
Tank of tier 6 (1x6 = 6 points) + 1 Artillery of tier 5 (1x5 = 5
points) = 41 points (-1 point for 1 incomplete player).
A team with 5 vehicles:
5 Tanks of tier 8 = 40 points (-2 points for 2 incomplete players).