1 Vs 1 Competition only for Girls | Date: March 4th 2017

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  • SheChose2Be | DOTA2

    Tournament Begins: March 4, 2017, 10:00 am

    Tournament Type: Knockout


    Maximum Participants: 32 teams

    Current Participants: 17 teams


    Prize: Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite, Cooler Master Devastator II

  • SHECHOSE2BE | League of Legends

    Tournament Begins: March 4, 2017, 2:00 pm

    Tournament Type: Knockout


    Maximum Participants: 32 teams

    Current Participants: 12 teams


    Prize: Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite, Cooler Master Devastator II

  • SHECHOSE2BE | CS:GO

    Tournament Begins: March 4, 2017, 1:40 pm

    Tournament Type: Knockout


    Maximum Participants: 32 teams

    Current Participants: 7 teams


    Prize: Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite, Cooler Master Devastator II

  • On the occasion of International Women’s day CoolerMaster brings to you the first ever All girls tournament for female gamers from India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Bangladesh.

    You can participate in either DOTA 2, CS:GO and League of Legends. Participate and stand a chance to win MasterKeys Lite and the runners-up would win Devastator II.

    TimeZone | IST (GMT 5:30)

    How to Register  [Step by Step Guide]

    Note: Once you complete the following process, you will be able to Play varied tournaments Online with just one click of a button “Join”

    #1. Login to the event website

    Click on Login button [Top Right] and choose either Steam or FaceBook to login. For CS:GO or DOTA2 competition it is mandatory to Login via Steam. For League of Legends you may choose to Login via Facebook. Authorize Steam or Facebook to allow your Sign-up and choose Second Option [New User Account]. Choose a unique User-Name and enter a valid E-mail address and proceed for e-mail activation. Once you Activate your Account you will immediately get a Password selection link via e-mail which is an optional step. If you do not want to login via social media sites on Public computers or Cafes you can reset the password and in future just login with your User-ID and newly created password. Proceed to Login.

    #2. Update Your Profile

    It is mandatory to Update your Garena UID and Mobile Number in your Profile Settings [Need to be logged On] if you want to participate in League of Legends, In case of CSGO or DOTA2 you only need to update your Mobile number. You can find your Profile on [Top Right], Click on your Profile -> Settings and update your information. Note that your Mobile number is not publicly displayed not forwarded to any 3rd party. Please read our Privacy Policy for more information.

     

    #3. Create a Team

    Add Template

    Add Template

    Once you successfully login, please Create a Team [Place your cursor on your Profile (Top Right) and select “Create a Team”]. Your team template should load for you [May take 10 to 15 seconds] In case your template doesn’t automatically load, you can click on button that says “Add Template” and from Default Templates, please select “Team Page”. Your template should load and now you can select a unique name for your team by clicking “Team Name”, If you do not get Save button after entering your team name please click anywhere outside the Input Field and the Save button will get activated. Save your team and click on close button.

    Mandatory Steps: Please select your Game from the Games panel. Just click on EDIT button and select the relevant Game. Please note that even if you are an individual Player, the process is same as we need to identify the Game that you play in order to allow you to participate in the events based on the Game selection.

    Optional Steps: You may upload a Logo, Avatar or Cover Photo. Add more information about yourself or your team. All options are self explanatory.

    If you wonder why you need to create a Team for a Solo event, Checkout FAQ #4

     

    #4. Join a Tournament / Event:

    Voila! You have made it this far, Now it’s just a matter of clicking that Join button on the Event webpage | SheChose2Be [Make sure you are logged-In]

    Format

    • All matches to be played on the Howling Abyss
    • 1v1 event follows Single Elimination or Knock-Outs
    • Blind Pick
    • Best of one (until semifinals)
    • NO banned Rune page or masteries

    NOTE: You are allowed to pick up Health Relics.

    Before Match Starts:
    Before the start of a match each player should remain active on Drag2Death TeamSpeak Server (Host: ts.Drag2Death.com) for server/lobby information and a short brief review. Some players may have certain queries therefore joining a TeamSpeak channel and getting your queries answered makes perfect sense. If you haven’t used TeamSpeak ever, please Install Free VOIP application from https://www.teamspeak.com/downloads and follow any easily available TeamSpeak client setup guide on google.

    Rules

    1. All matches for this competition are expected to be played at the scheduled match time listed on each Players’ match page.

    2. After losing a match in a single elimination tournament, that player will be eliminated from the competition.

    3. Matches may not be rescheduled. Rescheduling a finals match will be at the discretion of Online Tournament Staff.

    4. All players have a 15 minute grace period from the match scheduled time to show up and play their match. If a Player does not show up by the end of this grace period, an Host Support Specialist must verify the no show. Please contact a staff member via Steam, Garena and Team Speak. Once the staff member joins, extra time up to 10 minutes may be given to ensure the match is played.

    5. Players have 5 minutes between each map/game mode.

    6. No warm-up or practice Games are permitted once the first tournament match has begun. If a match is played before the scheduled time, it will not be considered a warm-up and will count as the official scores.

    7. If a player lags out during the first 45 second or before the first kill the map or round, the game should be ended and restarted.

    8. If a player lags out after the first 45 seconds the player left in the game should pause and allow up to 5 minutes for her opponent to reconnect. If after 5 minutes the player has not returned, please contact Support.

    9. The default in game determination of the winner will be used. Either first to achieve two (2) hero kills or first Turret or 100 Minions.

    Format

    • Series Type: Knockout
    • Enable Cheats: No
    • Fill Empty Slots with Bots: No
    • Version: Tournament
    • Spectators: Enabled
    • Dota TV Delay: 2 Minutes
    • Sever Location: India
    • Lobby Password: iwd2017

     

    Before Match Starts:
    Before the start of a match each player should remain active on Drag2Death TeamSpeak Server (Host: ts.Drag2Death.com) for server/lobby information and a short brief review. Some players may have certain queries therefore joining a TeamSpeak channel and getting your queries answered makes perfect sense. If you haven’t used TeamSpeak ever, please Install Free VOIP application from https://www.teamspeak.com/downloads and follow any easily available TeamSpeak client setup guide on google.

    Rules

    1. All matches for this competition are expected to be played at the scheduled match time listed on each Players’ match page.

    2. After losing a match in a single elimination tournament, that player will be eliminated from the competition.

    3. Matches may not be rescheduled. Rescheduling a finals match will be at the discretion of Online Tournament Staff.

    4. All players have a 15 minute grace period from the match scheduled time to show up and play their match. If a Player does not show up by the end of this grace period, an Host Support Specialist must verify the no show. Please contact a staff member via Steam, Garena and Team Speak. Once the staff member joins, extra time up to 10 minutes may be given to ensure the match is played.

    5. Players have 5 minutes between each map/game mode.

    6. No warm-up or practice Games are permitted once the first tournament match has begun. If a match is played before the scheduled time, it will not be considered a warm-up and will count as the official scores.

    7. If a player lags out during the first 45 second or before the first kill the map or round, the game should be ended and restarted.

    8. If a player lags out after the first 45 seconds the player left in the game should pause and allow up to 5 minutes for her opponent to reconnect. If after 5 minutes the player has not returned, please contact Support.

    9. The default in game determination of the winner will be used. Either first to achieve two (2) hero kills or first tower or 100 Creeps.

    Hero list will be revealed on 4th March 2017 at 9:00 AM IST.

    Format

    • Game Type: 1v1
    • Map Types: 3 Type of Map Rounds. [Awp, Rifle, Pistol]
    • Veto: Initially knife to decide who veto’s a Map first. Looser of  knife to pick from remaining 2 options.
      Finals will be Bo3 where all 3 types of Maps will be played, rest of the matches to follow Bo1

    Rules

    Warmup :
    Warm-up Players get 5 minutes to setup their accessories and warm-up before their 1v1 match begins.

     

    Before Match Starts:
    Before the start of a match each player should remain active on Drag2Death TeamSpeak Server (Host: ts.Drag2Death.com) for server information and a short brief. Some players may have certain queries therefore joining a TeamSpeak channel and getting your queries answered makes perfect sense. If you haven’t used TeamSpeak ever, please Install Free VOIP application from https://www.teamspeak.com/downloads and follow any easily available TeamSpeak client setup guide on google.

     

    Map Selection:
    Both the players will be battling in a knife round, and the winner will have the advantage of banning the first map out of the 7 1v1 maps. You can visit the tournament page to see which maps will be available for the Veto process. Both the players ban one map every-time until one last map remains. The last map remaining in the Veto will be played

     

    Rounds Information:
    The first player to win 16 rounds will be considered the winner, each round will be a best-of-one until the grand finals which will be a best-of-three.

     

    Disqualification:
    Players will get disqualified after 5 min if she doesn’t connect on the server during the match. misbehavior/disrespect will lead to disqualification. Purposefully leaving a match will also lead to disqualification. All players should play the match completely and leaving a match in between will attract further penalty.

     

    Extra Time:

    Extra Time in case of Match is Tie at 15/15 there will be extra time and the max-rounds will be changed to 6, the first player to win 4 rounds will win the match if both players settle at 3/3 another extra time will be considered.

    #1 Why Can't I Join a Tournament

    To Join a tournament for a specific game you need to be an active member of a team that plays the respective game. When you create a Team, you need to mandatorily select the considered gave from the Games Panel. If you already created a team and di not selected the game that you play please go back to your profile -> Go to your team page -> Click on Settings and in the edit mode you can select the considered game from the Games panel.

    #2 Where is the Sign-Up Form?

    There is no Sign-Up form required to participate in any event / tournament. All you need to do is Login to the website, create a team, select Games that your team plays or you play individually and head over to your profile settings and Update your Steam ID [Website Field], Garena ID, Mobile Number etc. Any Participant / Player who doesn’t update their contact details may not receive proper information about the event schedule, therefore it is mandatory for all participants to update their profiles. Its a one time task and henceforth no Sign-Ups are required. All you gotta do is, Login and Join the respective Open tournament. Voila! Now you know how easy it is to participate in tournaments with filling those lengthy forms every time

    #3 Why Mobile Number is mandatory in Profile?

    First of all, relax 🙂 Your Mobile number will not be publicly viewable and we will never share your number with anyone and only use this information for Event Invitation or Information in case you do not respond over e-mails.  Sometimes players fail to see e-mail notifications during events and if you have updated your mobile number that works on Whatsapp our Admins will be able to send you a quick notification about your upcoming match or call and facilitate. We have the best Admins in the World, So as we said relax 🙂 For more information about your privacy concerns please check our Privacy Policy

    #4 As an Indivdual why I have to create a Team Page?

    You certainly have a valid point however currently our Team System allows users to select a Game that they play and also allows Scores to be displayed for the past matches and also indicates the Upcoming matches per schedule. We do not want to use your Social Gamer Profile to bombard you with lots of tournament related information therefore Teams is a dedicated place for all your achievements. In future we will make our system more versatile with Significant focus on Solo Player Games without the need of Team Creation. For now please consider Team Page as your professional Gaming Page. Let’s keep our Social Life and Gaming Life separate for now.

    Contact Us

    Press Release:

     

    On the occasion of international women’s day Cooler master brings to you the first ever all girls tournament for female gamers from India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Bangladesh.


    The event has been organized by Cooler Master  and execution of this event has been planned by Meteor Media utilizing a multi game platform Drag to Death. This event is going to take place online on 4th March 2017 (Weekend) considering requests from working women. It’s a one versus one battle and the Games to be played for this tournament are CS:GO, Dota 2 and League of Legends.

     

    The event official Hashtags are – #SheChose2Be  #InternationalWomensDay #CM_India

    We will also have contest for female gamers who can post a picture of them playing with official Hashtags and tag Cooler Master India account. They can do it on twitter, FB or even Instagram. 


    The tournament is scheduled to run for two days 4th and 5th March 2017. Semifinals and Finals of the tournament to be played on 5th March 2017.

     

    Micro Website: http://drag2death.com/shechose2be/
    Facebook Post: https://www.facebook.com/CMIndia/photos/a.149240648429999.27416.141891819164882/1352876851399700/?type=3&theater
    Drag2Death Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Drag2Death
    Meteor Media Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/meteormediaa

    Official Statements

     

    Amol Bharti, Managing Director, Drag2Death

    “#SheChose2Be Gaming event is the stepping stone for a  forward looking gaming culture that wholeheartedly welcomes and encourages girl gamers in the eSports industry. This is certainly not the first and last, but a start of a new era for girl gamers.”

     

    Jeereen Bennington, Head of Technical Operations and co-founder of  Meteor Media

    “Indian female gaming community is slowly growing and there are few amazing talents in this country as well. We have an amazing game caster and host Zerah “Angela” Gonsalves. We also have Niha Novacaine, Aorin Shariyari, Rheality Lapse and many other different talents in this country. All we need is more events like these to get more female gamer talents out. We may do more events like these in future to help the community to grow.

     

    Sashank Bhandaru, Product and Marketing Manager at Cooler Master

    “We just wanted to host a fun tournament on the occasion of celebrating International Women’s Day, and am happy that the community is encouraging Women in gaming”

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