Case's Ladder exists to provide it's users a competitive gaming
atmosphere as well as a friendly online community. All players
are expected to carry themselves as professionals and hold all
other members in this community with the utmost respect. When
competing in tournaments, refrain from using any offensive language
or behavior. Always give Case's Ladder Staff Members the benefit
of the doubt and know that their decisions and rulings are not
open for debate. In general, and most important of all, be honest
and fair in all that you do and have fun while doing so.
General Playing Guidelines
Hardware configuration and reliability is the player's
responsibility. If a match is being severely delayed due to a
player's bad connection or computer problems, the Tournament Staff
reserves the right to disqualify that player. Be sure to test out
all of your hardware equipment before the tournament so that you
are ready to compete on time.
Obtain a strong understanding of both the game and the platform on
which it is played. The players are responsible for familiarizing
themselves with both the game being played, as well as the platform
on which it is played. If there are any problems or questions
regarding the platform (i.e. Yahoo, Pogo, MSN Zone, etc.), they must
be settled between the player and the Support System for that
platform. Case's Ladder is not responsible for any player's
knowledge or lack thereof of the various gaming platforms.
Specific Playing Guidelines
Specific tournament rules will vary for each tournament depending on
Ladder, League, or gaming platform. A complete list of rules for
each tournament can be viewed by clicking on the 'Rules' link of any
tournament page. Contact the hosting Tournament Director for any
questions regarding a scheduled tournament.