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World of Tanks Hungarian League

The Hungarian World of Tanks League, Magyar Liga, is gearing up for another ruthless barrage of raging tank battles. But pay attention, tank enthusiasts – not only does this league have enough mountains of Gold to make Smaug jealous, the top three teams will also get to ride in a real tank! The offline finals will be held at the International Military Festival (HMFEST) on 6 June 2015.

Read on for more intel, so you can plan your assault:

BASIC RULES

Important: players must be able to speak Hungarian in order to participate

Team: 7 players, up to 4 reserves

Battle Time: 7 minutes

Server: EU1 (EU2 in case of technical difficulties)

Map Pool: The two-base attack/defence Team Battle maps

Maximum Tier: VIII

Setup: 54 tier points, with only the following two setups allowed:

  • 5 x Tier VIII tanks + 2 x Tier VII tanks
  • 6 x Tier VIII tanks + 1 x Tier VI tank

 

STAGES AND PRIZES

Qualification Stage
Format: BO3 double elimination

1st - 8th place

3,500 per team

9th- 24th place

1,750 per team

Group Stage
Format: The best 8 teams from the qualifiers play in a BO3 round robin
(every team plays every other team)for league points.

4th place

10,500 per team

5th- 8th place

7,000 per team

Offline Finals

1st place

24,500 per team + a ride in a tank at HMFEST!

2nd place

17,500per team + a ride in a tank at HMFEST!

3rd place

14,000 per team + a ride in a tank at HMFEST!

NOTE: Although the first two stages of the tournament are completely free, the top 3 teams competing in the Offline Finals will have to purchase a ticket for HMFEST (approximately 1,500 Ft or 5 euros per person).

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Application Period: 9 March – 25 March 2015

Qualification Stage: 27 March – 28 March 2015

Tournament: 4 April – 16 May 2015 (match days every Saturday)

Semi-Finals and Finals: 6 June 2015

 

LIVESTREAMS

All of the matches in this league will be streamed via Ph3lan’s YouTube channel.

 

If you think you’ve got what it takes to be the best of the best, you need to check out the Magyar Liga official website and their Facebook page.

 

Up to the challenge? Prove it!

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