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SC2: Legacy of the Void Season 1 Information

in PC: Starcraft by Cyanide. - Jan 17th 2018

Welcome back guys and we are looking forward to an exciting year of StarCraft II : Legacy of The Void at CyberGamer. We are proud to announce three seasons over the course of 2018 all free to play and with $1,000 prize pool each season.

CyberGamer Partners with AMD

in PC by Cyanide. - Jan 15th 2018

We are excited to announce that CyberGamer has partnered with AMD as a major sponsor for 2018. We have had a long-standing relationship with AMD which spans back to the very origins of our community. In the early days of building the site, we approached a number of companies looking for support and AMD was among the first to see the potential of Esports and help as grow.

CGPL Autumn - Amateur Information

in PC by Cyanide. - Jan 14th 2018

CGPL Autumn 2018 is right around the corner and we are excited to get things moving! Once again CGa is open for all who wish to participate!
Remember we have made a few slight changes to the CGa System, with VETOs being added to the BO1 format, where each team will VETO down until one map remains.

PUBG Squads FPP CGi Qualifiers Update

in PC by Asterix - Jan 13th 2018

Hello everyone, the qualifiers for CGi are scheduled for Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday this week from 7pm AEDT (BO5).

Please complete your signups with your completed player rosters by tomorrow at 8pm AEDT. We are unable to accept any signups after this cut-off. Minor player adjustments may be allowed, provided the player has not played for another team in the qualifiers... please contact me if needed.

You should join either or both qualifier 1 and 2:
https://www.cybergamer.com/pubg/5/
https://www.cybergamer.com/pubg/6/

Please only signup if your team would be able to complete the entire CGi season.

Based on your team and player performance in the previous season, and relevant other recent competitions we will slot you into one or more of the qualifiers. We will aim for the first two qualifiers to be roughly even in terms of skill. The 3rd qualifier is a bit of a wild-card because it is guaranteed to not have the best 6 teams, but also has the 7th-12th teams auto assigned to it.

We will announce your assigned qualifier (if accepted) by Monday morning. If you require further notice for other commitments please contact me today and i'll try and confirm you.

As posted in the existing thread, the first two qualifiers will have 18 teams and will elect 3 qualifiers each. 4th/5th/6th will be auto entered into the 3rd qualifier on Thursday as well as an additional 10-12 teams. The 3rd qualifier will elect enough teams to bring the total number of CGi teams to 18, currently this would be the top 3 teams of the 3rd qualifier, but there is the potential for the 4th team to also qualify.

This format allows a maximum of 46 unique teams. Assuming we accept/receive only 20-30 unique teams as planned then most teams will be assigned qualifier 1+3 or qualifier 2+3.

Finally, as updated yesterday, CGi will have $4,000 in prize-money and requires all players to maintain a premium subscription for all matches. You are gifted 2 weeks free as soon as you join/create a PUBG team. And as per the road map post, the following season will very likely have offline/LAN finals and qualifying for this season will give you an advantage for the next season. There is intended to be no qualifiers next season, only relegation up/down from CGa. The only entry into CGi in the future is via CGa.

PUBG season update - prizemoney

in PC by Asterix - Jan 12th 2018

Hello everyone, we've received permission from PUBG Corp to offer prize money for PUBG. This change will also require all squads players to have an active CG premium subscription to compete in all matches, including qualifiers and finals.

All PUBG players will be provided with roughly 2 weeks of CG premium due to the late notice. It will expire on the 31st of January, after it expires you will need to subscribe to continue competing.

The prize money for the season will be allocated as follows:

CGi / Division One ($4,000)
1st: $2000
2nd: $1000
3rd: $500
4th: $500

Qualifiers signup here: https://www.cybergamer.com/forums/thread/615614/PUBG-Squads-FPP-Division-One-Qualifiers/

CGa ($1,750)
1st: $500
2nd: $250
3rd: $200
4th: $200
5th: $150
6th: $150
7th: $150
8th: $150

Click read more for more information

[WW2] Season 1 4v4 Leagues Announcement

in PS by TheRealPhadez - Jan 8th 2018



Call Of Duty: WW2 4v4 OBJ Leagues


Evening everyone,

We are happy to bring you more information regarding the first season of World War 2 leagues. With the announcement of Season 1, there are plenty of exciting opportunities for Call of Duty on CG. Leading up to the start of Leagues we will be starting off with some FFYI's.


Divisions


This year will see the usual three league format for Call of Duty which will include the following:


  • CyberGamer Profiessional (CGp)
  • CyberGamer Main (CGm)
  • CyberGamer Amateur (CGa)


CyberGamer Professional will feature the usual eight team format. Finals will comprise of an ODC where the T4 teams will compete in a BO5 Double Elimination Bracket with the GF played on stream.

CyberGamer Main will also feature 8 teams. Finals will comprise of an ODC where the T4 teams will compete in a BO5 Double Elimination Bracket with the GF played on stream.

CyberGamer Amateur will be open to all who do not qualify for CGp or CGm with the ladder open for registration soon. Finals will be played in the same ODC fashion as CGm with more details released in the coming weeks.


How To Qualify



Each league will have a different way to qualify, however, teams may attempt to qualify for all leagues. If they are unsuccessful in qualifying for CGp and CGm, they may also play in the open CGa league.

CGp will have two FFYI tournaments where teams can earn the Top 4 spots. The T4 teams from each FFYI tournament will have qualified to compete in CGp. Unlike previous years, any team and player may compete in CGp. Details on registration can be found below.

CGm will be selected from the remaining teams after the completion of the FFYI tournaments. Eight teams will be invited by the admin team to compete in CGm.

To compete in the CGp FFYI's or any league, all users must have an active Premium subscription. Any player competing that is without premium will have their current game forfeited

Below is a breakdown of the leagues.

CGp: (Eight Teams)
FFYI
FFYI
FFYI
FFYI
FFYI
FFYI
FFYI
FFYI

CGm: (Eight Teams)
Invite
Invite
Invite
Invite
Invite
Invite
Invite
Invite

CGa: (Open)

FFYI Schedule
CGp FFYI #1: 20/01/2018 BO5 Double Elimination Bracket, starting 11:00AM AEDT each day

CGp FFYI #2: 27/01/2018 BO5 Double Elimination Bracket, starting 11:00AM AEDT each day

CGp FFYI #2 will Generate straight after the first 1 concludes.

Additional Information
The CGp season will commence in February with a fully detailed announcement to be released soon.

Between FFYI #1 and FFYI #2 teams may register for CGp and to compete in FFYI #2. Team changes can also be made at this time and registrations will close 11:59 PM Friday 19th of January.

Information regarding formats, prize pool and all other details will be released in the coming weeks.

On behalf of the entire PS COD Admin Team, we would like to wish every team competing in the FFYI's the best of luck for the next coming weeks. For any questions, do not hesitate to ask by either posting in here, or by contacting an admin via Support Ticket.


Many Thanks
PS Admin Team

CGPL Autumn 2018 Promotion/Relegation Series...

in PC by CS:GO Admin - Jan 1st 2018

Any team which participated in CGp, CGi, CGm or Top 8 CGa last season MUST COMPLETE THIS FORM to participate in qualifiers or retain their spot in a division: Signup Form Teams eligible for a pre-qualifier must also complete the form. Failure to do so by the deadline will result in teams missing out.


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CyberGamer 2018 Roadmap

in PC: General by Cyanide. - Dec 31st 2017

2017 Wrapup
Before I move on to what lies ahead for 2018, I want to take a moment to thank the players, supporters, teams, other tournament organisers and staff for their efforts this year. Above all I want to extend a personal thanks to the volunteers of CyberGamer who once again have done their part to shape Australian Esports.
A special thank you goes out to the companies who have shared our passion for esports in 2017 and continue to support the scene at every level.

Lastly I would like to thank the admins who have helped mould the scene and work so very hard every week.

AEM Season 4

in PC by Asterix - Dec 31st 2017

Sign up here

Season 4 is brought to you by MWAVE, AMD and ORIGIN.

Signups are open now and will close on January 14th.

Late regos will then be open for 7 days, teams that late rego will need to play their first match on or before Sunday the 21st to be accepted.

Throughout the season you will play 1 match roughly every 4-5 days. The season will have 9 rounds of swiss. Thus receiving 7 wins will qualify you to the LAN Finals, and receiving 6 wins will mean you make play offs.

The LAN finals are scheduled for March 23-25th in Adelaide at the CG Studio, 10 Lagunta Ave, Edwardstown, SA.

Click read more for full info.

PUBG Solo FPP - Season One

in PC by Asterix - Dec 29th 2017

Hello everyone, we're announcing our first season of Solo FPP for PUBG open to all players.

Signup at the following page: https://www.cybergamer.com/pubg/8/

The season will run on Sundays nights from 7pm-9:30pm AEDT starting on January 14th. Late regos will be open until January 28th. The season will run until February 25th, which is a total of 7 nights of matches. All players are limited to a total of 15 matches, you'll need to play at least 4 of the 7 nights to meet the required matches.

Every Sunday night once it hits 7pm you will need to view the standings page and click "ENTER QUEUE". Once 64 players have queued you be given a server name and password and will have 5 minutes to join.

The finals for the top 64 players will be a best of 9 played over March 4th and March 11th.

Solo Scoring
1st: 250
2nd: 225
3rd: 200
4th: 175
5th: 160
6th: 150
7th: 140
8th: 130
9th: 120
10th: 110
11th: 100
12th: 95
13th: 90
14th: 85
15th: 80
16th: 75
17th: 70
18th: 65
19th: 60
20th: 55
21st: 50
22nd: 45
23rd: 40
24th: 35
25th: 30
26th-30th: 25
31st-35th: 20
36th-40th: 15
41st-45th: 10
46th-50th: 5
51st+: 0

Points per kill: 5 (Only counted if you finish in the top 50)

Ruleset:
Players per match: 60-68
Map: Erangel
Redzone: Disabled
Weather: Sunny Weather
Assault Rifles: 2x
Scope Attachments: 2x
Costumes: 0x

Circle Changes
First circle:
33% of the map instead of 40%

Second circle:
50% instead of 65%

All other settings are default.

Best of luck to all players,

Thanks

PUBG 2018 Squads FPP Roadmap

in PC by Asterix - Dec 29th 2017

Hello everyone, below is our roadmap for Squads FPP PUBG for 2018. Whether we require premium to compete and offer prize money will be confirmed in a couple of weeks once PUBG Corp get back to us.

To maintain a teams rank between seasons you must keep at least 2 players that have played matches in the previous season. Simpy being a sub on your roster is insufficient.

FPP Squads - Season 2: Division One qualifiers:
https://www.cybergamer.com/forums/thread/615614/PUBG-Squads-FPP-Division-One-Qualifiers/

FPP Squads - Season 2: Division One (16-18 teams):
January 23rd to February 27th (6 weeks - 18 matches)
Top 8 proceed to online finals on the 6th and 7th of March (best of 9)
Bottom 8 proceed to Season 3 relegation match on march 8th.
Match 1: Tuesday 7:00pm AEDT
Match 2: Tuesday 7:45pm AEDT
Match 3: Tuesday 8:30pm AEDT
Teams must play in all matches.
View: https://www.cybergamer.com/pubg/4/


FPP Squads - Season 2: Open Division:
January 16th to February 27th (16 nights of matches - about 100 matches)
Late regos are open for the first 2 weeks, closing on January 30th
Teams can play a maximum of 20 matches throughout the season (about 4 matches a week required).
Finals for top 16 on February 28th and 1st march - top 8 from the finals proceed to div1 quals on march 8th.
Matches are played from 7pm-9:30pm AEDT on: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (You only need to play 1 day a week to meet the 20 matches)
View and Signup: https://www.cybergamer.com/pubg/3/


Season 3 division 1 relegation/qualifiers:
March 8th 7pm to 9:30pm - Best of 5
Bottom 8 of division 1 and the top 8 from the open division finals. The top 8 qualify for season 3 division 1.

FPP Squads - Season 3: Division One:
March 13th to April 17th (6 weeks - 18 matches)
16-18 teams, top 8 proceed to LAN finals on May 5th-6th (subject to approval by PUBG Corp.)
Bottom 8 proceed to season 4 relegation/qualifier.

FPP Squads - Season 3: Open Division:
March 13th to April 17th (16 nights of matches - about 100 matches)
Late regos are open for the first 2 weeks, closing on March 27th
Teams can play a maximum of 20 matches throughout the season (about 4 matches a week required).
Finals for top 16 on April 18th and 19th - top 8 from the finals proceed to div1 quals
Matches played from 7pm-9:30pm AEDT on: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

Season 4:
Starting in May


Squads Scoring
1st: 225
2nd: 175
3rd: 150
4th: 125
5th: 100
6th: 90
7th: 80
8th: 70
9th: 60
10th: 50
11th: 0

Points per kill: 5 (Only counted if you finish in the top 10)

Ruleset:
Map: Erangel
Redzone: Disabled
Weather: Sunny Weather
Assault Rifles: 2x
Scope Attachments: 2x
Costumes: 0x

Circle Changes
First circle:
33% of the map instead of 40% (Same as season 1)

Second circle:
50% instead of 65% (same as season 1)

All other settings are default.

Notable changes from season 1:
Only assault rifles and scopes are 2x, instead of all weapons and attachments (slightly closer to a default game).
The top 8 positions score points instead of top 13.
1st receives 50 more points than the previous season.
2nd-4th receive 25 more points than the previous season.

To make the finals in Season 1 you needed to average 102 points per game (roughly 5th place). This should likely remain roughly the same.

Let me know if you have any questions,

Thanks

AOC CGPL Championship LAN Invite qualifier an...

in PC by Cyanide. - Nov 19th 2017

CGPL Championship is presented by AOC, Western Digital and Gigabyte.

This year CyberGamer has added a new pit-stop to the CGPL calendar being the CGPL Championship LAN, This will be an 8 team LAN with the top teams from each CGPL Split being given an auto berth to the event and an invite qualifier to be played online this following week to decide the rest of the teams attending. *The admin team will decide from the signed up teams who will be playing in the qualifier

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