Upcoming tournament will be run from September ? to ?. Here are the times when the rounds will start.

  • Night 1 (Best of 3) – Friday, September ? 09:00 PM HKT
  • Night 2 (Best of 3) – Saturday, September ? 09:00 PM HKT
  • Night 3 (Best of 5) – Sunday, September ? 09:00 PM HKT

Keep in mind ALL games will be streamed. Also semi final matches is best of 3, while the finals is a best of 5.


The winner of Ground Zero 1v1 Tournament will receive 1380 RP through the gifting centre in the League of Legends client.

The player needs to add the tournament organizers’ as friends in the client for the prize to be delivered.


Matches will be first to 3 kills. You win if the other player dies 3 times (because you killed them).

Winner of the match must take a screenshot holding down the TAB button upon inhibitor being killed or the player dying for the 3rd time.

You are allowed to execute yourself to the tower (this does not count as a kill to the enemy as long as it says “executed”).


Matches will be best of 1 for the first few rounds, starting with banning, each person will have 4 bans. Banning order will be 1-1-1-1-1-1. Bans are DONE IN THE CHAT IN THE GAME PRIOR TO LAUNCH. BLIND PICK so the enemy does not know what champion you picked until the screen loads.

Matches during the semi finals will be best of 3 and banning will go the same way. In-between matches you will switch sides and do ALL banning again. This means that your bans can change between rounds.

All champions and summoner spells are available to use. Only if your opponent bans out a champion can you not use the champion.


Any disrespect towards an opponent is prohibited. Don’t troll or disrespect the other player before/during/after the game. If you have been reported for this with proof to back it up you can/will be removed from the tournament.


This tournament will be played 1v1 on Howling Abyss.

NOTE: You are allowed to pick up health relics.


If a player disconnects, the game can be restarted if the game has not yet reached the 5 min. mark, and first blood has not been earned.



  • Unintentional Disconnection: One player losing connection to the game due to problems or issues with the game client, platform, network, or PC.
  • Game Leaving/Intentional Disconnection: One player losing connection to the game due to player’s actions (i.e. quitting the game).
  • Server Crash: Multiple players losing connection to a game due to an issue with a server or platform.


  • A player, who is experiencing technical issues, on any team may call for a game restart prior to first blood within the first 5 minutes of the game (i.e. before the timer shows 5:00). The player must be experiencing a hardware malfunction (e.g. monitor, peripheral, etc), a physical disruption (e.g. fan interference, table or chair breakage), or a configuration issues (e.g. runes, masteries, or summoner spells are not properly applied). The player must declare the issue in public chat or to a tournament administrator and then intentionally disconnect. Once the player disconnects, the game is considered null and void and should be restarted unless a tournament administrator determines that the conduct represents unfair play.
  • If an unintentional disconnection occurs within 5 minutes from the start of the match & before first blood –OR– a player’s client crashes or fails to load after champion selection, then the match must be restarted. Otherwise if the unintentional disconnection occurs after those milestones, the game will continue as normal. The crashed player may reconnect into the game as soon as they are able.
  • If a player intentionally disconnects without specifying a reason, then the game will continue as normal.


The following actions will be considered unfair play:

  1. The use of any cheat program and/or map hack program.
  2. An intentional disconnection without a proper and explicitly stated reason
  3. The use of any settings exceeding the standard and permitted settings
  4. Intentionally allowing an opponent to win a game.
  5. Unsportsmanlike or disruptive behavior such as inappropriate and/or unprofessional actions directed towards another player or tournament official.
  6. The use of a game bug that is determined by the board of referees as being unfair.
  7. The use of an ineligible player (aka “ringing”)
  • Upon discovery of any player committing any violations regarded as unfair play, the offending player, at the sole discretion of the tournament director or a group of referees, may receive a warning, a forfeit loss, disqualified from the tournament.
  • During the course of the event, the tournament director or group of referees may determine other actions to embody unfair play.

Kaizen Gaming reserves the right to change or update these rules at any time, at the discretion of event admins. Also all infractions or violations not listed specifically here will be punished at the discretion of event organizers and may include expulsion from the event, reduction of prize money, or any other actions the admin sees fit.

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