Contra equipos masculinos y mixtos.
G2 Hel será uno de los 16 equipos que participarán en el Northern Lol Championship Last Chance Qualifier, que comienza hoy y terminará el 12 de febrero. Tras posicionarse como el mejor equipo femenino en EU, G2 Hel competirá contra equipos masculinos/mixtos por primera vez.
Sigo copipasteando porque paso de traducir todo ya que probablemente este hilo, a pesar de ser una noticia, termine en flames.
The teams participating in the NLC Last Chance Qualifier were decided through applications. G2 Hel’s opponents include several teams from the most recent NLC Division 3 split, as well as the B’ team of NLC Division 1 org Nord Esports.
In a recent interview, G2 Hel’s head coach Quaye talked about how they are emulating the schedules of professional European Regional Leagues teams, including scrimming a minimum of 4 times a week. While G2 Hel’s opponents in this competition will be only semi-pro and amateur rather than professional, it’s still a great opportunity to see how well Europe’s top female team will perform outside of the female competitive scene.
The NLC Last Chance Qualifier will start with a 5-round Swiss stage. The first 3 rounds will be Best of 1; the last 2 rounds will be Best of 3. The 8 teams that get at least 3 wins will proceed to a Best of 5 single elimination bracket. The winner will qualify to the NLC Division 2, while a currently unannounced number of teams will qualify to the NLC Division 3. The matches on all days start at 19:00 Central European Time.
Residency rules require only 2 Locally Trained Representatives for a region’s Top 2 divisions, but 3 LTRs for lower divisions. Therefore, it is unknown if G2 Hel will be able to participate in the NLC Division 3 if they qualify to it, as they appear to only have 2 LTRs for the NLC: top laner Lizia and bot laner Caltys, both from Sweden.
Fuente: medium.com - Rigas
Parece ser que la NLC se convierte en la primera ERL mixta, a ver que sale de aquí.