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2017 has seen the professional esports scene in Australia grow in an unparalleled way compared to previous years. As such we are adding a new rule that will be in place for this upcoming CGPL season and covering all future CGp and CGi leagues across the site as well as for our sister site Australian Esports Masters.

Quote from Rule: 3.10:
Contracts between players and organisations will be upheld by CyberGamer on CyberGamer run competitions (CGP, CGI and AEM) until either their expiration or termination as a result of an agreement between the individuals involved and the organisation. For this rule to take affect organisations will need to provide evidence showing that a valid and active contract exists between the player and organisation and on the other end players will need to show evidence that they have been let out of their contract or have been bought out in a legitimate manner before being allowed to join a new team.

What this rule means is that if a player has a valid and current contract with an organisation, they will not be allowed to play for any other teams in our competitions until their contract has ended. Which is what you would expect with a contract... We hope that with the increasing level of interest in the scene this rule will help give security to those wishing to invest in it as well as hopefully reducing the need to spend unnecessary money going to court.

We believe this change is in the best interest of players and the organisations those players are a member of. We hope that this rule only needs to be enforced infrequently.

This rule is a starting point and we are looking at ways to offer players a level of protection from orgs who unfairly hold players ransom. We will have updates in the future on how we will proceed with this.

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going to court over the aus pro scene LU fuckin L

LUL
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Good rule.
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Should keep people from dodging orgs as soon as they get some benefits, remember something similar happening with Midgaard in early 2016
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this is good, I know of some cases where orgs were fucked over pretty bad
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better fix problem with cgac and w10
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Quote from DaserCSGO on the 2nd of September 2017:
going to court over the aus pro scene LU fuckin L

LUL

i'll sue you for defamation
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Quote from scoobert on the 2nd of September 2017:
Quote from DaserCSGO on the 2nd of September 2017:
going to court over the aus pro scene LU fuckin L

LUL

i'll sue you for defamation


ill sue you for false apple
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This is fucking bullshit
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good idea tbh
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is this the new anti-cheat for orgs?
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Good work Asterix, appreciated!
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no more snakes
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Quote from Mixcn on the 4th of September 2017:
no more snakes
lol your on CG its full of snakes
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