486 Series Registration

The 486 series - as easy as 1-2-3.

In the 486 series, all the participants are sorted into groups of 10 and no matter what happens you play against everyone in your group. In other words, losing the first game is not necessarily a deal-breaker - you can still aim high in the competition.

Thanks to the group division, you do not have to be a Gold Series player to stand a chance. You do not have to dominate the whole tree and defeat all the other teams one by one. The competition gives everyone a fair chance... you just have to claim yours.


IMPORTANT: Make sure you understand the rules before you register!


The 486 series consists of three independent tournaments, each played on a different Tier, on a different day. You can register to one, two, or all three tournaments. If you only want to play in the Tier VI tournament for example, it's entirely up to you!

In the 486 series, all the participating teams will be sorted into groups of 10 teams. It is a round-robin tournament: each team plays against the nine other teams in their group and a ranking is then made in each group.

The series offers remarkable gold rewards!


Click on the tournaments you want to register to:


Register to the Tier IV tournament


Register to the Tier VIII tournament


Register to the Tier VI tournament


The infographic below explains everything you need to know to participate and defeat your group:


Rules Check List

For disputed results, or to report unsporting behaviour/instances of cheating, please use the Rule Enforcement thread.

Some basic tips if you're new to eSports tournaments:

  • Information for creating your own team.
  • Information for joining an existing team.
  • Once you’ve assembled a team, remember to click the Apply for Tournament button in the team managing page.
  • The invites will be sent out by the automatic system shortly before the match. Make sure you understand how the automated system works before receiving the invite.
  • Once you receive an in-game invite, please remember to move your team to the “active” area or you may face technical defeat!
  • In the event of a team-member violating any of the tournament regulations, the whole team may be disqualified.


Roll out!