The multiplayer PRG NFT-based game on BSC, Faraland, has released details of its upcoming Purgatory League Season 3. The registration form is currently available, and interested participants can visit the registration platform to register.
The link to the registration portal is available on the official Twitter page of the game platform. It will be open between February 3 and February 6 at 1:00 am UTC.
🔥 PURGATORY LEAGUE SEASON 3 IS COMING 🔥
🔻Participant limit: 28 players
📝Registration Form will be opened from Feb 3rd – 1 AM UTC Feb 6th
‼️ Register now: https://t.co/a3wni5myVS
— Faraland (@faraland_io) February 3, 2023
According to Faraland, a maximum of 28 players can participate in the event. Therefore, interested players should hurry and register before it closes.
Highlights of the Purgatory League Season 3
Registered players who fulfill the terms of entry can participate in this tournament. As mentioned, a maximum of 28 players will participate. The team will divide them into three Groups appropriate for each formation rating based on specific criteria.
It is worth mentioning that the battles are knock-outs. To register for this tournament, players must fill out the application form. The event will hold on the game platform’s Discord Channel.
The tournament will start on February 7 with Battles in Group S, followed by Group C Battles on February 8. Groups A and B will have their Battles on February 8, when the event will conclude.
Faraland will announce the winners for Purgatory League Season 3 on February 11 and distribute the rewards on February 13. The top 3 winners from each group will receive rewards in Soul Stones, Common Materials, and Rare Material.
Highlights of the Rules of the Event
Players must project their game screen to the named Faraland’s Discord thread. The game platform mentioned that it will have a list of shortlisted slots for members in addition to the main competitors’ list.
The shortlisted members will replace registered players in the main competitors’ list who do not show up. Faraland said it would disqualify players who do not show up within ten minutes of the official starting time.
Also, participants should note that the Battles will apply Knock-out rules, and referees will be on the ground to ensure fairness.
The game platform mentioned it will ban participants who are selected and shortlisted for the tour and do not show up from joining events for one month. The referee has the final verdict if a party gets disconnected and loses the battle.