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?[https://eu.wgleague.net/en The Wargaming.net League] is the Professional eSports League for World of Tanks.+[https://na.wgleague.net/en The Wargaming.net League] is the Professional eSports League for World of Tanks NA region.
 +It is based on a ladder system and consists of the Open, Bronze, Silver, and Gold Leagues.
 +There are small differences in regional configurations.
 + 
 +{{panel content toc|title=General League Information (NA)|content=
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 +=== Open League ===
 +Open League is the entry level league, all teams directly qualify for this league, or are relagated from bronze. The latest iteration has two divisions consisting of 25 and 28 teams. The top 8 teams are promoted to bronze league.
 + 
 +===Bronze League===
 +The Bronze League is set to be the next step in league play, and consists of 30 teams. Teams enter this league through qualifying, relegation from silver, and promotion from open league.
 +The best 5 Teams of the Bronze League join the Silver League.
 + 
 + 
 +===Silver League===
 +The Silver League is the qualifying League for the Gold League, and second highest in north america. The summer 2014 season had 17 teams to begin. The 1st and 2nd place are automatically promoted to the gold league, while 3rd-6th are given the opportunity to compete for a spot in a relegation match. Unlike its EU conterpart, silver league receives no financial stipends, due to Ruukill's fedora habit. The bottom teams are relagated to the bronze league.
 + 
 + 
 +===Gold League===
 +WGLNA Gold league is the top league in North America, with 16 teams divided into two divisions. Finals give the opportunity for each team to compete for additional cash prizes. Teams in Gold League come from previous seasons, qualifying or winning relagation match from silver league, or from winning one of two tightly contested qualifiers prior to the season beginning.
 + 
 + 
 +===Rules===
 +Rules in WGLNA differ from its EU counterpart:
 +* 42 Tier Points
 +* 7 Players per team
 +* Maximum Tier is 8
 +* No usage of ANY game modifications (vanilla client)
 +* Battles are 10 minutes max.
 +*Battles are first to two wins out of five.
 + 
 +===Maps===
 +Maps played are:
 +* Himmelsdorf
 +* Ensk
 +* Ruinberg
 +* Prokhorovka
 +* Mines
 +* Steppes
 +* Cliff
 +* Abbey
 +* Steppes
 +}}
 + 
 +[https://eu.wgleague.net/en The Wargaming.net League] is the Professional eSports League for World of Tanks EU region.
 It is based on a ladder system and consists of the Bronze League, Silver League and the Golden League. It is based on a ladder system and consists of the Bronze League, Silver League and the Golden League.
 There are small differences in regional configurations. There are small differences in regional configurations.

Revision as of 20:18, 24 July 2014

The Wargaming.net League is the Professional eSports League for World of Tanks NA region. It is based on a ladder system and consists of the Open, Bronze, Silver, and Gold Leagues. There are small differences in regional configurations.


The Wargaming.net League is the Professional eSports League for World of Tanks EU region. It is based on a ladder system and consists of the Bronze League, Silver League and the Golden League. There are small differences in regional configurations.