Registration for the 2016 Female Dota 2 1v1 Tournament

2016 Dota 2 Tournament 300x356The PinkFae Dota 2 League is a league for the top female gamers to break out into the professional scene and network with other female gamers and teams. Last year’s Female 1v1 Tournament was very successful, with fifteen players participating. We hope to have even more players participate in the 2016 Female 1v1 Tournament. Players will play for a prize pot of $500 in a single elimination tournament.

Format

Players will play a 1v1 mid Swiss-style tournament with the number of games determined by the number of players. The top sixty-four players will be seeded in a bracket-style tournament. The games will be a 1v1 mid, best of three to advance to the next round. The semi-finals and the final will be a best of five.

Eligibility

The online tournament is for female players. Transgender female players are encouraged to participate. You must own Dota 2 and have a Dota 2 Matchmaking Rating. Both amateur, semi-professional and professional players are welcome. The tournament is open on an international level, but be aware that the default server will be the US East server.

The tournament will largely be based on an honor system rule. Any racist, sexist, ageist, transphobic, sizeist, ableist, or homophobic language will not be tolerated and could result in application rejection or disqualification from the tournament.

Registering

Update: The registration is currently not sending out activation emails. We will be manually adding you to the site until this is resolved. Please enter the username you would like in the registration form.

To register for the tournament you must first subscribe to this site. After you have a username, complete the registration form. There is a $5 entry fee that can be paid via PayPal or Patreon. If you are making it via Patreon, the payment processed between now and March 2016 will serve as your entry fee. Players that were not disqualified for the 2015 Female 1v1 Tournament are exempt from this fee.

After you register the administrator will review your application and get back to you within 24 hours. The administrator reserves the right to deny any application.

Registration will close on March 19, 2016.

Tournament Date

The Swiss-style tournament will start on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 2:00 pm CST. The tournament seedings will be announced by 5:00 pm CST on Sunday, April 3, 2016. The bracket tournament will starting on Saturday April 9, 2016 at 2:00 pm CST until 10:00 pm CST. It will conclude on Sunday, April 10, 2016 starting at 2:00 pm CST and continue until it is finished. Depending on how many sign up, the tournament might continue the following weekend.

Prize Splitting

The first place player will receive 50% of the pot ($250 of the base prize). The second place player will receive 25% of the pot ($125 of the base prize). The third and fourth place players will each receive 12.5% of the pot ($62.50 of the base prize).

Broadcasting

We have two broadcasters for the tournament. Dani from Impetus e-Sports (twitch) will be broadcasting the games in Portuguese and Cyguns Casting (twitch) will be broadcasting the games in English.

Rules & Regulations

The rules & regulations can be found here.

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Katie

Katie’s first experience with video games was in the late 1970s with Pong on the family Tandy TRS-80 home computer. She published her first gaming review in 1982 for the TRS-80 video game Rear Guard. It was around this time that Katie also discovered the joy of role-playing games, starting with Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. In college she played Doom, getting her into first person shooting games. This interest lasted until Final Fantasy XI was released when she started to spend time playing massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Currently she has an interest in many different genres of video games. She lives in Elgin, Illinois with her cat Éowyn.

About Katie

Katie’s first experience with video games was in the late 1970s with Pong on the family Tandy TRS-80 home computer. She published her first gaming review in 1982 for the TRS-80 video game Rear Guard. It was around this time that Katie also discovered the joy of role-playing games, starting with Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. In college she played Doom, getting her into first person shooting games. This interest lasted until Final Fantasy XI was released when she started to spend time playing massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Currently she has an interest in many different genres of video games. She lives in Elgin, Illinois with her cat Éowyn.
  • Debt man

    I’m about to drop the hottest RAZE on your face

  • Edison Tiamson

    Hope I can watch this.

    • The tickets will be free once it is approved.

      • Edison Tiamson

        Nice. I will ask friends if they wanna join. GL participants.!