World Cyber Games Announces WCG 2006 Basic Players' Regulations
Regulations include participant qualification, age restriction, auto-berth, etc.
Expected to provide a clear guideline for players
competing for WCG 2006 tournaments
SEOUL, April 21, 2006 - International Cyber Marketing, Inc. (ICM), the global organizer of the World Cyber Games (WCG), today announced the basic players' regulations for the 2006 tournaments, which will be applied in all tournaments including local preliminaries, national finals, and Grand Final in Monza, Italy, from October 18 - 22.
The regulations consist of participant qualification, age restriction, auto-berth, and other players' regulations. They are expected to provide a clear guideline for players competing for WCG 2006 tournaments.
First, rights to participate in the WCG 2006 Grand Final are limited to the nationality and citizenship of the country he or she shall represent. Thus, participating players should have a citizenship to the country, and multiple citizenships are not allowed.
In case of age restriction, any national representative born after Oct 18th, 1989 should submit signed parental consent form before they are allowed to participate in the Grand Final.
In addition, the maximum number of players in each national team is 26. And under auto-berth rule, which is same as last year's, medalists in WCG 2005 Grand Final are allowed to participate in National Finals without competing in local preliminaries.
Lastly, if national team players cannot attend the WCG 2006 Grand Final due to sickness or any other unforeseen event, he or she may be replaced by the next highest finisher in the national finals. As for Half Life®: Counter-Strike 1.6, although substitutions of maximum 2 players who have not previously competed in the national finals are allowed, the team whose substitution exceeds 2 players will be disqualified and replaced by the next highest finishing team.
More detailed WCG 2006 basic players' regulation can be found on the official WCG website at: www.worldcybergames.com.
About the World Cyber Games
The World Cyber Games (WCG) is an annual global game culture festival that was founded in 2000 to promote global harmony through e-sports. With the slogan "Beyond the Game," the World Cyber Games has truly developed into a global game phenomenon with arguably the largest prize amount at stake. The World Cyber Games prides itself on leading the "Digital Entertainment Culture." The 2006 WCG Grand Final will be held on October 18-22, 2006 in Monza, Italy. More information at: www.worldcybergames.com.
Date : April 21, 2006
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