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Rules

  1. Eligibility
  2. Hosting
  3. Side and Draft Order
  4. Server location
  5. Game settings
  6. Stand-ins
  7. Spectators / Broadcasters / Observers
  8. Disconnects
  9. Pausing
  10. Rehosting
  11. Ending


General Rules (click to open)


Dota 2 Rules


  1. Eligibility


    Only players who are of legal age to play the game and not otherwise prohibited by law to enter the competition, may participate.
    For a team to be eligible to participate in the ROG MASTERS qualifiers, three out of the five playing players must be from the region or country they try to qualify in for. They must either hold the passport or be a resident of that country for more than 180 days.


  2. Hosting


    The team who is shown first on the official match page has to host the lobby. If it hasn't hosted after 10 minutes, the second team has to do it. The hosting team has to write the lobby name and the password on the match comments or directly to the opponents. Admins do NOT create lobbys for teams.


  3. Side and Draft Order


    The side and drafting order of each game depends on the mode of the match. The "first team" means the team mentioned first on the matchpage or grid.

    One game: The first team chooses the side, the second team the drafting order.

    Best of three (Bo3):
    • The first team is radiant in game 1
    • drafting order is random
    • Game 2 is reverse
    • In game 3, the first team chooses the side, the second team the drafting order.


  4. Server location


    Teams may agree to play on any server of their choice. If teams can't agree on a server, then a default server is used.
    • EMEA Qualifiers: Luxembourg
    • Americas Qualifiers: US-East
    • APAC Qualifiers: Singapore


  5. Game settings


    GAME MODE - Captains Mode
    LOBBY VISIBILITY – Public
    Enable cheats – No
    Fill empty slots with bots – No
    PENALTY-RADIANT – No penalty
    PENALTY-DIRE – No penalty
    SERIES TYPE – free choice. Recommended to use the right match mode
    PAUSING – Unlimited
    SPECTATORS – Enabled
    DOTA TV DELAY - 2 minutes


  6. Stand-ins


    Stand-ins are persons used by a team as a player during a match, without being an official team member. A stand-in may not be member of another team or have played a game for another team within the same or a higher stage of the competition.
    The maximum of stand-ins used by a team within one game is 2


  7. Spectators / Broadcasters / Observers


    Every person is allowed to join the game as a broadcaster or unassigned player, if both teams allow it. If one team asks a spectator to leave before or during the game, he has to do that immediately.
    Administrators and official broadcasters may spectate every match without limitations.


  8. Disconnects


    If a player disconnects, the game is to be paused immediately. Everyone has up to 10 minutes to reconnect to the game (if the same person disconnects more than once, all times get added up). If 10 minutes have passed, the other team may continue the game. The affected player is in this case still allowed to rejoin later on.


  9. Pausing


    Every team can pause a game up to 10 minutes. The reason for the pause should always be communicated with the other team immediately. If a team pauses more than 10 minutes in total, the other team may unpause the game.
    Pauses cannot be used to extend the time that a team is waiting for a disconnected player.


  10. Rehosting


    In case of technical difficulties, that prevent a player from reconnecting to the game and the game hasn't progressed beyond the 10-minute mark or first blood was drawn, a match can be remade.
    A rehosted game must recreate the circumstances that the game was in before the player disconnected, meaning all players must pick the same heroes again and play on the same lanes as they had previously.


  11. Ending


    A game is finished, when an Ancient Fortress is destroyed, when the majority of a team leaves on purpose, or when the administration decides on it.
    A game is not forfeited, when a player types "gg" or "ff". Always wait for the ancient to be destroyed.
    Once an entire match is over (not just one game of a series), both teams need to confirm the result on the website.
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