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Spring 2019 Playoff Roster Lock

Spring 2019 Playoff Roster Lock

Roster Lock will go into effect June 16th at 12:00 AM ET for ladders that are hosting playoffs. All rosters must be finalized by this point and no changes are permitted after this point. Making a roster change will void your playoff eligiblity.

  • Anyone new to playoffs or just need a refresher, please read the Arena Playoff FAQ.
  • Playoff Team Eligibility Requirements:
    • Team must be created before the Spring 2019 Season Roster Lock that begins on June 16th 12:00am ET.
    • Team must play at least one (1) match during the roster lock period of June 16th 12:00am ET - June 30th 8:59pm ET.
    • Teams may not override the roster lock. This includes, but is not limited to, role changes (Leader,Captain,Member), updating GamerTags, adding/removing players.
      • Gamertags must not be unlinked during roster lock.
    • Team must have the minimum required players listed on the playoff schedule. These may or may not be the same as the ladder minimum roster requirements for ladder matches.
  • Playoff Player Eligibility Requirements
    • Player's GB/MLG Username must be on the playoff roster.
    • GamerTags linked to the player's account prior to the start of Bracket play may be used.
    • Account Recovering another player's Gamertag is strictly forbidden.

Click here to view the eligible ladders.

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MLG Rank Leaderboard

  • Who: All Major League Gaming members have an MLG Rank.

  • What: MLG Rank shows how you stack up against other players on GameBattles. It is calculated utilizing our Elo ranking system, which is designed to calculate rank in a balanced and competitive manner to help determine who the best players are in each arena. MLG Rank is determined on an arena-basis, so you will gain an MLG Rank independently on each arena that you compete on. Then, MLG Rank is compiled from all arenas to determine where you stand globally.

  • How: Your MLG Rank is gained and lost based on the skill level of the other players you are competing against in a specific arena. If you win against players who have an overall higher arena MLG Rank than you, you would gain more points than winning against players who have an equal or lower arena MLG Rank.

  • Where: MLG Rank displays in the following locations: your gamercard, GB Profile, MLG Profile, Team Roster Pages, Free Agent Pages, and the MLG Rank Leaderboards.
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Player Rankings - H1Z1 (PlayStation 4)

Arena MLG Name Points State Country Twitter
201st CeeKo_ 97.6-GB-
202nd OutlawzZ- 97.6-DE-
203rd RachidGamingLeader 97.6INUS
204th MRAusome-xx 97.1KSUS
205th cronites 95.8GAUS
206th TySoJiggy 94.2FLUS
207th MrAraceae 94.1-GB
208th AxeMurderer_513 94.0OHUS-
209th soundcIoud 93.9ILUS-
210th TheTuber 93.7FLUS-
211th lLetMyNutsHang 93.3CAUS-
212th ImNotRetarted 93.0OHUS-
213th its_MaTriXs 92.9SCUS
214th PuuuKS 92.3-DE
215th HealthyBoi19 92.2TXUS-
216th BuSTaCaPZS 91.8ABCA-
217th Plante401 91.8ALUS-
218th SociaLies 91.1CAUS-
219th PuLVy 91.1MIUS
220th Flaniks 89.8WAUS-
221st Kazamm 89.1SCUS-
222nd Microfy 89.1-IE-
223rd Deletee 87.6MAUS-
224th Blouie_ 86.2NYUS-
225th MonkeyRallyTeam 86.0-GB-
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