3vs3 Team League Guidelines
1. What is it?
A new arena where three players join as a team and fight opponent teams in 1v1 combat. It consists of three stages, Enrollment, Preparation, and Battle.
2. How do I sign up?
Go to Arena->Tournament of Valor->3v3 Team League. You need to enrol during Enrollment.
You can choose or randomize your team name upon sigining up.
3. How do I invite friends to my team?
Once you have signed up, you can send team requests to guild members and they will be notified.
You can invite up to two players at any one time. Invites can be cancelled. Players who have already signed up cannot be invited.
Your team will be registered when two players have accepted your invitation.
4. How do I edit my lineup for Team League?
Registered teams can set up their lineups during Preparation.
Each player will take one team slot. Same card compositions are allowed. Save your edit to claim the slot and apply your cards.
Remember to SAVE your lineup, otherwise your team won't be able to enter the Battle stage. You can always change your lineup before Preparation ends.
Note: A slot is open to all until someone has saved his lineup. Any unsaved lineup in this slot will then be discarded. Communication before Preparation is recommended to prevent conflicts when editing your lineup.
5. How does the battle work?
Lineups can no longer be changed once the battle starts. You will use the deck (a Party of 12 cards) your team has set up and fight in 1v1 combat against players from other teams with their own deck. One Team League Ticket will be consumed for each battle.
6. What can I win?
There are two types of rewards, total battles and total wins.
Total battles: Teams will be ranked according to their total battles joined. In case that two or more teams have the same battles joined, they will be ranked by how fast they reached their final score (the faster the speed, the higher the ranking).
Total wins: Teams will be ranked according to their total wins. In case that two or more teams have the same total wins, they will be ranked by how fast they reached their final score (the faster the speed, the higher the ranking).