imgCounter Strike: Global offence Created by Cajun@readyfight

CS:GO is a team-based multiplayer first person shooter. This is a classic gameplay that made counter strike famous. 

Started on
November 16, 2018 6:00 pm


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    Tournament type
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    South Africa


Tournament details

  • Game

    Counter Strike: Global Offence
  • Contestants

  • Game format

    Best of 1
  • Game frequency

    Every 7 days
  • Tournament frequency



2. Match rules

2.1. Match settings

  • Server: South African
  • Game Mode: Rotating
  • Size: 5v5

4.2. Match Rules

4.2.1. Automatic 

The Game modes will be set by the referee prior to the game.

4.3. Weapons

Unless stated otherwise by the referee, all available weapons can be used in a match.

4.4. Game preparations

Tampering or abusing with equipment could lead into a disqualification by RFL admins. Make sure all players are eligible to play. In team games, all players must be registered in their corresponding team. The usage of a team foreign player can lead into (a) warning. (b) disqualification. (c) 2-6 penalty points (d) re-match, depending on the case. An RFL admin will take further actions if there is any suspicion of cheating.

4.5. In-game

4.5.1. Pause Rule

It is forbidden to use the pause without an obvious reason like a player disconnect.The pause time shouldn't be longer than 10 minutes in total. In the case a longer pause being needed, the opponent or an RFL admin has to agree it, otherwise will the match continue. In the case a player disconnects or has technical issues, it is allowed to use the pause. In all other cases, both teams have to agree to a pause of the game in all chat. To unpause a game is only allowed if both teams agree to it in all chat or a pause lasted longer as 10 minutes and no further agreements were made. Abuse of the pause will lead to a disqualification. Ultimately the referee will make the call. 

4.6. Illegal Actions

Any actions that result in an unfair advantage are illegal. This includes bug abuse of any kind.

4.7. Leaving the match

If a team leaves the match before it normally ends, then this team forfeits the match and can be punished according to the rules.

4.8. Spectators

Spectators  are allowed only if both teams agree (via streaming platforms such as twitch). An exception to this rule are the RFL tournament admins and people that are explicitly allowed by a tournament admin (e.g. shout casters or streamers) to spectate. It can't be refused to invite an official RFL caste. 

1. RFL Rules

1.1. No show

If a player or team is not present 5 minutes after the match date, the opponent will automatically be given a win. If teams are short players they may proceed to play with what players they have present.

1.2. Adding new players

One new player is allowed to join your team during the RFL and is allowed to play starting with the next match.

1.3. Substitutes

All teams will be allowed to add one substitute to their teams roster. It must be made clear that the substitute will be playing prior to the match starting

1.4. Cancelled games

Teams/players must give a full 24 hours notice before cancelling a league game. 

1.5. Disqualification

To keep tournaments as efficient as possible, Ready Fight reserves the right to disqualify teams. This will only be done in cases where a team purposefully stalls or attempts to block another team. In some scenarios both teams may be affected.Teams have 5 minutes from the designated start times of their rounds, or designated times which an admin has set, to field a full roster from their registered list. If said roster fails to appear they will forfeit game 1 of their set and the opposing team will be given the right to choose first pick and ban or second pick and ban. Any team found to be using a known exploit will forfeit their game upon the first occurrence of the exploit. If the team is found to use another known exploit for a second time and it is determined to have been done on purpose they will be removed from the event and barred from any future events. 

1.6. Referees

During matches, players must fully respect and adhere to the referees rules. Disputes against the referee may be formally made to management after the game before leaving the premises. If it is found that the dispute has merit and the referee was at fault, the game will be replayed at another given date. 

1.7. Payments

Full payment for each player and team must be paid in full prior to the game starting. No game will start without payment

1.8. Substitutes

All teams will be allowed to add one substitute to their teams roster. It must be made clear that the substitute will be playing prior to the match starting.

1.9 Results

Both participants are responsible to ensure the correct results are taken in by the referee. If anything is unclear, participants should speak to the referee before leaving the premises.Regulation text

Winner Prizes

img Place img Reward
imgplace 1 : R20 000
imgplace 2 : silver medal
imgplace 3 : bronze medal

Tournament brackets