KM-Gaming CS:GO HomeMasters #2


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Wer ist KM-Gaming?
KM-Gaming ist ein Brand der Gebr. Kohlmeier GmbH. Die Gebr. Kohlmeier GmbH ist seit über 40 Jahren in der Entwicklung und Produktion von Kunststoffartikeln am Markt tätig. Die gesamte Produktion ist DIN EN ISO 9001 zertifiziert und mit aktueller Fertigungstechnik ausgestattet, um unseren hohen Qualitätsanforderungen gerecht zu werden.Das Brand “KM-Gaming” wurde 2015 von der Gebr. Kohlmeier GmbH ins Leben gerufen, um Hobby Gamern als auch professionellen eSportlern mit hochqualitativen Gaming Gear Designed in Germany zu versorgen.

Was sind die „HomeMasters“?
Die Namens- und Ideengebung hinter den „HomeMasters“ ist eine eigene Esports Turnierserie der Organisation Playing-Ducks. Es werden „Esports Turniere“ unter anderen in den Spielen Counter-Strike, Overwatch, Rainbow Six® Siege, FIFA und weitere, mit einer „Online Qualifikation“ oder Invites durchgeführt und das Finale der besten Teams, findet im Teamhaus der Ducks in Peine, zwischen Hannover und Braunschweig statt.

Preisgeldverteilung des Offline Finales
Platz 1: 2.000€
Platz 2: 1.000€
Berechtigt am Preisgeld sind Teams, die am Offline-Finale teilnehmen.

Tournament Logo | Team Logos

Player 1: kalinka
Player 2: lukjjE
Player 3: pounh
Player 4: Kvik
Player 5: TORAS

Player 1: r0bs3n
Player 2: kressy
Player 3: alexRr
Player 4: oddo
Player 5: PulzG

Player 1: Geppi
Player 2: asmo
Player 3: qk-Mantis
Player 4: ergo. JJ
Player 5: iQQ

Player 1: shifty
Player 2: Julie
Player 3: KllyVe
Player 4: Jinjin
Player 5: Petra

Player 1: Cedii
Player 2: niLssoN
Player 3: Zajp
Player 4: JDC
Player 5: Castro

Player 1: dav1dK
Player 2: ScrunK
Player 3: failzzr
Player 4: nexa
Player 5: syken

Player 1: rAx-
Player 2: Phil2009
Player 3: faveN
Player 4: j1n
Player 5: NeOn_ftw

Player 1: zAAz
Player 2: mimimicheater
Player 3: Ant1ka
Player 4: vilga
Player 5: juliano

Player 1: tahsiN
Player 2: SolEk1337
Player 3: fel1x
Player 4: k1to
Player 5: TONI

Player 1: Kzy
Player 2: Kirby
Player 3: wipseN
Player 4: DeniMM
Player 5: okoliciouz

Player 1: ragequit
Player 2: Jazzer
Player 3: Rulez
Player 4: KAROX
Player 5: Reckz

Player 1: kajsk1ng
Player 2: CRUC1AL
Player 3: THUND3RR
Player 4: v1N
Player 5: monu

Player 1: remi
Player 2: seNty
Player 3: zauberer
Player 4: Valar
Player 5: PORNYZE

Player 1: TYLER
Player 2: IAMSAN
Player 3: RECKI
Player 4: JOADSTAH
Player 5: Dathrix

Player 1: eNji
Player 2: Stefan
Player 3: Tob1
Player 4: seyyn
Player 5: CrypTic

Player 1: Saltigan
Player 2: neviZ
Player 3: nkyyy
Player 4: breg
Player 5: synx

Global CS:GO Challenge me Rules + the following specific Tournament Rules:

Participants must play via their registered CME.GG accounts and be present 15 minutes before their match.
Players must use their real nick names in-game (from ChallengeMe.GG platform)

Max Rounds = 15 per half
Round time = 1:55 minutes
Freeze time = 12 seconds
C4 Timer = 40 seconds
Buytime = 15 seconds
Overtime Rounds = 3 Rounds per half
Overtime Money = $10,000
Knife round: 5v5 ON
If a team is unable to field 5 players during the check-in or in the warm up, a loss will be given to said team. An admin is however able to restart the map in certain scenarios.

Lobby invitation will be sent 10 minutes before the map veto and will be visible on the dashboard.Upon the lobby countdown completing with all players in, team captains will begin the map veto process. The system will randomly choose which team goes first. The map veto process is completed on our website and has the following rules.

The rotation for best-of-one is: B/B/B/B/B/B – The last map will be selected to play.
The rotation for best-of-three is: B/B/P/P/B/B – The last map will be selected as the deciding map, if necessary.
The rotation for best-of-five is: B/B/P/P/P/P – The last map will be selected as the deciding map, if necessary.
Knife Round will determine which team gets to choose starting side. After winning the Knife Round, any member of the winning team can type either “.stay” or “.switch”. The match will then briefly restart and continue as normal. Teams have 30 seconds to decide which side to start. This is currently not displayed in game.

Pausing is allowed by team captains by entering “.pause”. Pauses may only take place once per half, for each team. Anyone besides team captains found pausing or abusing this function could face disqualification. Examples of technical issues requiring a pause is server lag, which a team captain can then report to an admin, player crash etc. Pauses will have a 5 minute timer and can be resumed by entering “.unpause”. This must be done by both team captains in order to unpause.

Players must stay on the server post match and await to be kicked out by CME.GG. This usually takes only 1-2 seconds.

Once the match starts, there will be no restarts. Any issues in lobby or during warm up can be reported to an admin. Otherwise, any issues during the match will have to be dealt with by competitors. An admin is able to overrule this under specific circumstances.

The following commands are forbidden:

The following start parameters are forbidden:
+mat_hdr_enabled 0/1
+mat_hdr_leven 0/1/2

The format for each tournament may vary. For more details on your tournaments format, check the overview and bracket.

Every Tournament is protected by our ChallengeMe.GG Client, VAC and server side anti cheat. The admin team is always able to turn the ChallengeMe.GG Client protection off under certain circumstances. This decision is made only by admins. After every tournament players are checked in terms of Tournaments Rules and Terms of Service validation.
You are always able to contact an admin during the tournament if you are not sure about your enemy. After the game you are always able to download demo from finished match page. Please prepare appropriate evidence like tickrate/timestamps of demo to dispute the final score.
POV demos are necessary to record. To record demo simply open game console (activate console in options and use default key “~”) and write “record <-name->” for instance “record match1”.

After validation of Tournaments Rules and Terms of Service, the player can receive their prize according to the specific tournament prize pool.
The following actions are strictly prohibited during a game and can result in your account being suspended:

Any form of external script is forbidden.
Using bugs which change the game principle (i.e. spawn bugs) is illegal.
Moving through walls, floors and roofs is strictly forbidden. This also includes skywalking.
Planting the bomb so that it cannot be defused is illegal.
“Flash bugs” are forbidden
“Map swimming” or “Floating” is illegal.
“Pixelwalking” is illegal (sitting or standing on invisible map edges).
Using 16 bit graphics.
HE/Flash/smoke throw script is forbidden.

Any use of forbidden 3rd party software that is not allowed by the game publisher or exploits will result in a permanent ban from CME.GG and disqualify the offender’s team from the tournament.
If suspicions of forbidden in-game settings or actions is made the accusing team can request maximum two demos from the defending team. This request have to be made to the administrator within 15 minutes of the game ending. The request must be made via the given Discord server where admins are available.
If an in-eye demo can not be produced, the team will receive a disqualification. When a demo is presented by the accused team, our admins will look at the demo and make a decision based on what they see. The accusation should be as precise as possible i.e. use of flash bug, pixel walked, forbidden bomb plant and so on.

Players are able to agree on certain terms before a match, such as waiting five minutes for a final player. An admin must confirm such agreements before the match starts.
An admin is able to overrule any decision made but will of course be aiming for quality matches and fairplay.

Servers will have secure passwords that are only accessible to participants, admins, broadcasters or any other approved spectators.

Ducks vs. Planetkey :