Tim Raksasa e-Sports Mulai Tetapkan Syarat Ikut Turnamen

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October 8, 2015
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E-Sports bukanlah sebuah fenomena baru di industri game. Selama bertahun-tahun, bahkan sejak kehadiran game yang memang dibangun dengan nilai jual kompetitif, ia sudah hadir walaupun dengan popularitas yang tak seberapa tinggi. Kehadiran The International pertama dengan hadiah fantastis – USD 1 juta beberapa tahun yang lalu seolah menjadi katalis. Ia melambungkan nama olahraga elektronik yang satu ini. Dengan gengsi yang naik kelas, turnamen e-Sports tak bisa lagi dipandang sebelah mata. Exposure besar, hadiah luar biasa, dan event yang berlangsung begitu megah menjadi bukti nyata kesuksesannya saat ini. Sangat tidak mengherankan jika sebuah standar mulai harus ditetapkan. Gerak awal inilah yang berusaha dilakukan tim-tim raksasanya.

Bergabung ke dalam satu persatuan yang sama, Alexander Kokhanovsky – CEO dari Na’Vi berhasil mendapatkan dukungan dari tim-tim raksasa DOTA 2/ CS: GO yang lain seperti Na’Vi, Team Liquid, CLG, Cloud9, VP, TSM, fnatic, NiP, Titan dan EnVyUs untuk mulai menetapkan standar tersendiri bagi turnamen yang mereka ikuti. Lewat serangkaian syarat dan ketentuan, semua turnamen yang tidak berhasil memenuhi apa yang mereka inginkan akan otomatis mereka abaikan. Syarat ini mereka lemparkan hampir ke semua penyelenggara yang ada, termasuk penyelenggara sekelas ESL, Dreamhack, Starladder, JoinDota, hingga MLG.

Lantas, syarat apa saja yang mereka inginkan? Kami sendiri akan menyediakan isi email penuh tersebut di bagian bawah artikel ini. Mereka meminta banyak hal, dari yang penting hingga yang mungkin terasa seperti remeh-temeh. Mereka akan menghindari semua turnamen tanpa LAN dan hanya online saja. Mereka juga menetapkan standar hadiah turnamen setidaknya USD 30.000 untuk Liga 1-2 bulan, dan USD 10.000 untuk event 3-4 hari. Tim-tim ini juga sepakat untuk menuntut transportasi dan akomodasi yang lebih layak, bahkan hingga urusan toilet eksklusif untuk para pemain. Mereka berharap agar permintaan ini bisa dipenuhi di tahun 2016 mendatang. Anda bisa melihat requirements lengkap mereka di sini:

Tim-tim besar DOTA 2 dan CS: GO mulai menetapkan syarat turnamen yang akan mereka ikuti.
Tim-tim besar DOTA 2 dan CS: GO mulai menetapkan syarat turnamen yang akan mereka ikuti.

Alexander Kokhanovskyyn kirje

”Hi everyone, my name is Alexander Kokhanovskyy and I’m CEO of Na`Vi. I’m writing on behalf of teams union, which include Na`Vi, Team Liquid, CLG, Cloud9, VP, TSM, fnatic, NiP, Titan and EnVyUs. E-Sports has been developing rapidly for past few years and we want to establish more professional connection between top teams and big e-sports tournament & leagues organizers. All things listed in this e-mail applied from 1st of January 2016. This e-mail includes representatives of ESL, Dreamhack, Starladder, Faceit, PGL, MLG, CEVO, Joindota, Dotacinema, One Game Agency (DotaPit & CounterPit), ESEA, ESWC, Dreamz Media, BTS, Fragbite, Gfinity. Finally all of you are connected and you can “meet” each other. If you are not a right person for this type of information please pass it to proper people in your company.

Participation policy 2016:

We will decline all Dota 2 and CS:GO pure online events (without LAN Finals) invitations. The one and only exception will be US teams in CS:GO due to lack of LAN events. But they will set a minimum amount of prize money around 30.000$ USD for 1-2 months League and 10.000$ for 3-4 days event.

 

What kind online events we are talking about:

– Showmatches (except of sponsors events, for example G2A showmatch NAVI vs. Cloud9)

– 1-2 day online tournaments with 4-8 teams playing – King of the Hill, Zotac, etc.

– 2-3 months online leagues – Dotapit, XMG Captains Draft, GOCL etc.

 

The minimum amount of prize money for CS:GO will be 75.000$ excluding travel support

The minimum amount of prize money for Dota2 will be 100.000$ including in-game tickets, but excluding travel support

 

Travel support:

– Travel support should be completely separated from prize money

– Tournaments should provide a full travel support for Dota2 and CS:GO players + manager/coach, 6 in total.

– Tournaments should provide a full travel support for Hearthstone players

– Tournaments should provide a partly-covered travel support for Heroes of the storm players + manager/coach, 6 in total

Tournaments will have such options:

Option A: Paying for tickets (economy or higher with convenient connections and layover time) and hotels (4 stars or higher) prior to the event

Option B: Sending a travel support payment 7 days after event ends. Payment depends on the team origin region:

– EU/CIS – US should be 12000$ or 2000$ per player in HS, 6000$ per HotS team

– EU – EU should be 4000$ or 650$ per player in HS, 2000$ per HotS team

– CIS – CIS should be 3000$ or 500$ per player in HS, 1500$ per HotS team

– US – US should be 6000$ or 1000$ per player in HS, 3000$ per HotS team

– EU – CIS should be 6000$ or 1000$ per player in HS, 3000$ per HotS team

Option C: Combination of both

 

Media reports by teams

To increase overall value of events as well as media reach we are glad to do promo activities and provide media reports after each event. Each report will include:

– Website news about event (link, screenshot, news views or/and daily unique visitors during news date)

– Social media posts (matches, updates, info, etc.) in FB, VK, Twitter with hash-tag #teamonevent, i.e. #naviondhs15 (link, screenshot, posts views, likes, shares and comments)

– Embedding tournament live broadcasting on website and social media (link, screenshot, website major stats during those days, social media posts views, likes, shares and comments)

– Event promo video, i.e. highlights from online stages (if any – link, views, likes)

– Event coverage on website (optional)

 

You should receive such reports in PDF/PPT 14 days after event ends.

 

Media report by tournaments

To increase teams promotion and have a possibility to add such data in sponsors report we want to ask for such options:

– Event overall details (date, location, etc.)

– Tournaments standings/placements and prize money won

– Event pictures (10-12 in .rar)

– Teams pictures (all our teams that are on the event,2-3 photos per team in .rar)

– Event sponsors

– Broadcasting languages and studio

– Event visitors

– Broadcasting stats (online and LAN, for each unique viewers, views, hours watched, concurrent viewers)

– Broadcasting geo-stats

 

Such report should be available in PDF/PPT 14 days after event ends.

 

Additional Dota2 / CS:GO teams requirements (please read that as recommendation for HoTS/HS):

– Events should fill Tournament rider (see attached) prior to every event and send it to all teams in the group

– Transportation from/to airport

– Collect and store team banking details prior to the event. Just confirm with CEO/COO/Head Manager that bank details are same as they were on last event. Please don’t confirm that only with team manager.

– Penalizing teams and players for not obeying event rules (causing delays, misbehave, etc.) by cutting off prize money

 

Additional Dota2 / CS:GO players requirements: (please read that as recommendation for HoTS/HS)

– Prize money should be paid not later than 3 months after event ends.

– Transportation from hotel to venue and back (if venue is far)

– If 6 players are travelling we are expecting 3 rooms with 2 double-beds in each

– Dedicated bathroom for players with no access for fans/crowd

– Not more than 1x BO3 + 1x BO5 per day

– If possible, equal conditions to all teams participating  (avoid match-ups too early if team left venue at 2:00 am, same warmup/rest time, etc.)

– Provide a good seats (comfortable chairs such as DXracer) and enough space for each player (tables at least 1.2m x 0.8m per player)

– Players lounge with no access for crowd, practice area and food is warmly welcome

 

Hope for fruitful cooperation in 2016!”

 

Bagaimana menurut Anda sendiri? Apakah permintaan beberapa tim raksasa DOTA 2 / CS: GO ini akan menghasilkan sesuatu yang positif untuk scene e-Sports atau justru mencederai kesempatan mereka mereka sendiri?

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