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UKeSA Team & Manager Eligibility
Posted by SmellyMoss on Feb 9th 2009 18:14
9th February 2009 (London, UK) – The United Kingdom eSports Association is starting its team entry and manager entry requirements review. The outcome of this exercise will determine which teams will be eligible for the Premiership Division.
"Rewarding UK teams and teams who have followed the management rules is a priority for the UKeSA," said UKeSA Chief Executive Ray Mia, "we are currently in the process of confirming the eligibility of Team Managers in the Championship Divisions.”
Only Championship Teams that have a full squad, valid GUIDs/GamerTags, have paid their player registration fees and have a Team Manager that meets the UKeSA Team Manager criteria will be considered for the Premiership Division selection.
In order to ensure that Team Managers are eligible for the UKeSA, they may be asked to prove their citizenship, place of residence and ownership of the team. In some cases this may take the form of copies of a utility bill or council tax receipt as proof of residence and a copy of their passport as proof of citizenship. Proof of team ownership may be proven by a copy of the internet domain registration of their team.
In future residence qualification for Team Managers will be overseen by the UKeSA Community Council, which will be in session from the beginning of March. Community Council elections will begin on February 24th, 2009.
In the interim teams with questions about management requirements or any team with a concern about another team’s eligibility should contact UKeSA on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UKeSA Team