NEW: Be sure to join the HSL Discord to communicate with the other coordinators, ask questions to admins, coordinate casts, and stay up to date on any updates of the rules. The Facebook group is now the secondary form of communication.
This means that all the players on your team are from the same school. You will have to attach evidence of your players' attendance to the same school. If a team represents themselves falsely, all prizing will be forfeited from that team. Subs do not require proof as they do not receive any prize money.
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Any high school student is ELIGIBLE to play on ANY HSL team.
The coordinator may be any player on your roster. It is not necessary to have a separate player act as the coordinator.
It is required to use this name to identify yourself in match reports. Your team may be subject to penalties if all members do not use their in-game names consistently.
We will invite you to a coordinator-only Facebook group.
Your team MUST represent a single school even if there is a minority of same-school players.
FOR HOMOGENEOUS TEAMS ONLY: There may be more than one team representing your school, so you must provide an alternate name that still represents your school. Ex: NSU Sharks (Mascot), NSU Blue (Color), University School Gaming, NSU Dagons (Dota 2/Gaming reference) rather than just University High School of NSU. Please make sure this name is available in-game first, and follows all HSL Dota 2 rules. Your name MUST have reference to your high school or an admin will ask you to change your name. Teams that refuse will not be accepted into playoffs until they decide on a suitable name and will lose their streaming privileges. Schools with more than one team must differentiate from each other using team name.
If you desire to change your roster after registering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and consult dota2.hsstarleague.com/rules to see regulations about such substitutions. Minimum Roster size is 5 players and the maximum is 8.
It is required to use this name to identify yourself in match reports and ticketed matches. Your team may be subject to penalties if all members do not use their in-game names consistently.