[b]The rules for the 3v3 World of Warcraft World Series of Video Games 2007 tournament have been released.[/b]
WSVG 2007 will feature the first ever WoW offline LAN tournament when it makes its first stopover in Wuhan, China on 1 to 3 May 2007. Each match will be played in a 5 round 3v3 format.
According to the rules, each team will have five minutes to pick a pre-made character, select their talents and equip gear from a fixed list. Each team must select three different classes; there cannot be multiples of the same class.
At the end of each round, players will have some time to make appropriate changes and reformulate strategies. The rules state:
[quote][size=1][b]After Round 1:[/b] Players will have 2 minutes to strategize, alter talents, and change gear.
(No player or character class changes)
[b]After Round 2:[/b] Players will have 5 minutes to strategize, make player substitutions,
change character class, alter talents, and gear.
[b]After Round 3:[/b] Players will have 2 minutes to strategize, alter talents, and gear. (No
player or character class changes)
[b]After Round 4:[/b] Players will have 5 minutes to strategize, make player substitutions,
change character class, alter talents, and gear.[/size][/quote]
The release of the Arena PvP system for World of Warcraft has attracted much attention from professional e-sports outfits, such as [url=http://www.check6gaming.com/]Check 6[/url] and [url=http://www.teampandemic.net/]Team Pandemic[/url], many of which have already formed WoW divisions or are in the process of doing so. In fact, Team Pandemic will be sending down their WoW team for WSVG 2007’s stop in Wuhan, China.
[list][*][url=http://www.thewsvg.com/rules/wow]WoW 3v3 Tournament rules[/url] (thewsvg.com)
[*][url=http://www.thewsvg.com/rules/wow/gear]Character and gear pool[/url] (thewsvg.com)[/list]