Season 1 | Season 2 | SCHEDULE & DIVISIONS | LIQUIPEDIA | FACEBOOK GROUP | FAQ

Q: How often do I have to play?

A: You will have a scheduled game every 1-2 weeks.  At times, your games may even span 3 weeks apart.  A full schedule will be released prior to the start of the season.

 

Q: What days will the games be played?

A: For the first 3 weeks between Feb 5 – 21, games are Friday evenings and Saturday mornings.  After Feb 21, games are Wednesday and Friday evenings. 

 

Q: What if I can’t play on my scheduled game?

A: You have 2 options.  1) Switch with another game by coordinating with the other players as well as the Admin.  2) Schedule your game at an earlier date/time with your opponent, save the replay and send it to the Admin.  If neither of these options works, coordinate with the Admin as soon as possible.

 

Q: How long will the season be?

A: Depending on the number of players that sign up, the season will most likely span several months.  FSL Season 2 spanned three months including the playoffs. See:

  • https://liquipedia.net/starcraft2/FSL/2
  • Update: Season 3 schedule

     

    Q: I’m a Silver League player.  How can I compete against these Diamond League players?

    A: There will be 3 divisions.  Code S will be Diamond players.  Code A will be Platinum players.  Code B will be Bronze, Silver and Gold players.  You will only play players in your division during the regular season.

     

    Q: Is there a prize pool?

    A: Yes.  At least $150 will be awarded and spread among the players depending on their playoff result.  There’s potential for the prize pool to be increased depending on the viewership of the broadcasted games.  So encourage your friends and family to tune in!  

     

    Q: Are my games going to be broadcasted?

    A: Yes.  All games will be broadcasted either live or through a replay (due to scheduling issues).

     

    Q: What do I need to participate in FSL?

    A: You will need to have Starcraft II installed.  Starcraft II is free to play, but you will need to create an account.  You will also need a discord account along with a webcam.  Your player cam will be shown during the broadcast.  We will also need from you a profile picture or video animation (3-5 secs with a solid background).

     

    Q: What are my responsibilities as a player?

    A: This is a family-friendly event.  You are expected to be respectful and courteous to other players and display good sportsmanship.   You are expected to login to both Starcraft II and discord 10-15 minutes before your game.