FractalCore Community Tournament (NA)

Fractal Core Community Tournament (NA) by FractalCore Studios
FractalCore Studios is a media group, owned by Quinton Marchi, that works to create content with a small or non...
Heyo! Preefix here to talk about the tournament that FractalCore is organizing. Link: [signup, rules, and info]( Stream: [Youtube](, [Twitch](, and [Hitbox]( ##Who is FractalCore? [FractalCore Studios]( is a media group, owned by Quinton Marchi, that works to create content with a small or non-existant budget. FractalCore consists of 7 students across the country in both High School and College. FractalCore is also the launchpad for projects by it's members. ##Details As for the tournament, the FractalCore Community Tournament (FCCS for the lazy) will be a North American Tournament, operated by FractalCore for members of the League of Legends Gaming community. Commencing on November 14th at 11:00 AM, teams across the North American server will compete against each other for prize. Both individuals, called "Free Agents", or Teams can sign up for the tournament. Free Agents will be randomly matched with other agents. In the event that there aren't enough players to make a full team, FractalCore members will step in to fill the gaps. FC members will NOT be eligible for the prizes, but regular players will. Discord will be used for communication between players and administrators of the tournament. ##Eligibility This is the odd part of the tournament and it throws a bit of a curve ball. Any player level 20+ can play in the tournament, so long as you have 16 or more champions. ##Signup You can signup for free using our [Battlefy Link]( Did I mention it's free? ##Questions, Comments, Concerns Prospective players can get in touch with me in several different ways. Here on reddit (/u/qmarchi), on the [League of Legends Discord server](, or through the email on the [BattleFy]( page ##This post will be updated as we release more information. Check BattleFy for the latest updates.
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