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Post by Vindictive on November 30th 2015, 5:12 pm

Guild Challenger League

To participate in the Guild Challenger League, all you need to do is form a guild team in the guild menu, party up with at least two other members of your guild team roster, and queue up for league play.

The Guild Challenger League (GCL) will award trophies that your guild can display in your guild hall and Guild Challenger League decoration tokens that you can exchange for special decorations only available from league play. Trophies are awarded to the top 250 teams on the leaderboard, and other awards will go out to as many as 1,000 teams, so there are plenty of opportunities to win prizes in the Guild Challenger League.

The Guild Challenger League uses the ELO algorithm for rankings. At the start of each season, ELO will be reset for all guild teams. Your team’s ELO score will decay over time due to inactivity, so if you’re serious about making it into the Pro League or looking to earn a trophy for your guild, make sure to stay active during the league season. Decay will not be active immediately during this first season so that we can collect metrics to tune the system, but it will be turned on with plenty of time to affect season standings.

The Guild Challenger League is a direct path into the ESL Guild Wars 2 Pro League for you and your team. At the end of the league season, if you’re in the top five teams from the Guild Challenger League, you’ll have the chance to face off against the bottom three teams from the Pro League in the Guild Challenger Cup. If you’re in the top three teams from this tournament, your team will join the Pro League in the next season and compete for a share of $200,000 USD.

At this time, the Pro League’s map rotation consists of Conquest maps. Because the Guild Challenger League is a path into the Pro League, teams entering into the Guild Challenger Cup will need to be able to compete in Conquest. For this reason, only Conquest matches will count toward progress in the Guild Challenger League. Stronghold has proven itself to be popular, and we’ll be evaluating it for inclusion into more competitive play in the future. Until then, you can still play Stronghold as a guild team for personal league progress, guild missions, or just for fun.

With the Pro League offering big prizes for the top-tier players, the Guild Challenger League offering a shot at the Pro League for aspiring up-and-coming talent, and the PvP League giving everyone something to strive for, there’s a lot going on in Guild Wars 2 PvP. It’s an exciting time to be in PvP, and we’re looking forward to spending that time with you in the arena!


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