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Administrative Review of AoC Round of 16 Match LoS vs. kLu

posted by Black AdderTuesday, 19 August 2014

RTS League as the prominent and longest running Age of Empires competition strives to provide the community of one the most iconic gaming classics with tournaments testing your skills and bringing you loads of fun along the way. While we are primarily aimed at friendly competing in a not-so-formal setting, some rules need to be in place to make sure games are fair and no one gets cheated out of their deserved accomplishments. Thanks to this approach and also the continuous support by the community itself RTS League continues to live strong even 13 years after its creation, sporting the 35th Season of Age of Empires II: The Conquerors Clan League.

Usually clans and players stick to the goal of the League to have fun in friendly competitive games, but ever so often somebody crosses the line in an attempt to get further in the tournament, to get closer to the prestigious RTS League Title, and when that happens, we, the staffers, are ready to take action to protect the integrity of the League and to keep the participating clans safe from foul play ruining their experience.

Recently a Playoff Round of 16 match between Lords of Skulls and clan kLu was played with LoS sporting a new player _Hyouka on their team who hasn't played this season yet, even though he's on the roster for several months. He performed well enough to allow his team to take a 2:0 win and eliminate kLu.

Upon posting the games, it was revealed that during the in-game chatting, one of his teammates called him "mounstro", which is a nickname of different LoS player registered and actively playing for LoS|B this season - Mounstrosity - who played the next day in a match VN vs. LoS|B. This "mistake" made us delve into the situation further, and upon in-depth checking of both players' accounts through all available means, including Voobly admin, we could safely determine that Mounstrosity has access to this account, therefore all things considered it is beyond reasonable doubt that Mounstrosity indeed did play on _Hyouka in the LoS vs. kLu match, and that his teammates knew about this.

Since Mounstrosity is a registered and active player for LoS|B, he cannot actively participate in games for other teams this season, which makes this smurfing illegal in its entirety, and therefore warranting administrative decision upon the games in question.

All things considered, the penalties are as follows:

1) Player Mounstrosity is banned from RTS League for the remainder of this season and the next one
2) LoS|A receives 2 Admin Losses for both games with the _Hyouka account used and is disqualified
3) LoS|B receives an Admin Loss for the game where Mounstrosity took part after he smurfed for LoS|A
4) LoS clan as a whole is put on a probationary period for the duration of their next active season. Any subsequent serious infraction will result in LoS being booted from the League.

This means that LoS|A is eliminated from the Playoffs and clan kLu takes their place in the Quarterfinals. Further on LoS|B is currently not in the Quarterfinals as the match result of VN vs. LoS|B now stands at 1:1 and the deciding game needs to be played, with Mounstrosity being unable to play further for LoS|B.

The purpose of this topic is not to bash or criticize any player or clan. It is merely to inform. Therefore, those who have questions in regards to the incident are more than welcome to ask, but we do not want the thread to turn into a flame-fest. For those who have not seen the games, they are currently available at AoCZone.

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35th AoC Playoffs Set Up - PoJ Ready to Defend!

posted by Black AdderThursday, 07 August 2014

Seven Rounds of division warfare in RTS League's Age of Empires II: The Conquerors Clan League are finished, and we are ready to see the final climb to the top of the pyramid. Power of Japan confirmed their title ambitions with commanding performance and any clan looking to take the title from their hands is going to have to give it their very best!

From the multitude of teams starting the season, these 16 performed the best and are looking to prove their qualities even further:

Arg, CZ, HaT, Klrz, kLu, kLu|B, LoS, LoS|B, MIB, nC, PoJ, RED, RFR, RoR, T___T, VN

And this is how their group stage results seeded them: Playoff Bracket

Who is your favourite to lift the trophy?

Info for Clan Operators:

Operators of the successful teams - the season continues! So start scheduling the Round of 16 and work your way up the brackets!

Playoff Scheduling Forum

Round of 16 is set to last until Sunday 17th August, further rounds will last the usual 1 week.

Gl&hf everyone!


RTS League is looking for AoC League Staffers!

RTSL relies on dedicated people willing to put up an effort for their fellow players, people who understand that thriving community is built upon the common effort of its members. Are you such a person wanting to help your game flourish?

If so, send us an e-mail to jan__steiner@hotmail.com with some basic info about yourself and why you want to join RTS League.

As a League Staffer, you should be knowledgeable about the game and the community, active on a regular basis and mature in your behaviour. And what would you do? Help set up and run the competition, be part of important decisions and be the contact point for participating clans. And you would become a true contributor to the AoC community!

For more detailed information, visit the Staff Openings forum here on our web.

Sounds interesting? Then give it a shot!

If you have some other idea how you could help the game and RTS League, message us and let us know! We're looking for every constructive feedback and aid.


You can check the games played in RTS League at the RTS League's Replays Archive or in the dedicated forum at AoCZone where you can also discuss them. Visit our YouTube channel for previously streamed League matches, including the epic Grand Finals of Season 34 between RVK and PoJ.

About us:
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AoT S22 Advances to Postseason!

posted by Black AdderTuesday, 01 July 2014

It's that time of the RTS League's Age of Mythology: The Titans Clan League season again and it'll be interesting to see how clans fare this time around - can Mighty Generation defend their premiere title or will some other clan rise up to the challenge? We definitely have the very top contenders again:

DoD, mG, MpT, PK, TSM, vK

Who do you think runs the best chance?

Playoff Bracket

Playoff Scheduling Forum


RTS League's League Cup is all about postseason competitive fun for everyone, and as such is a very unique way to prolong the League participation for teams beyond the playoff spots.

So far no clan was able to take the League double, to win both the RTS League Playoffs and League Cup - do you think our current line-up might be finally up to it? This time we have multiple options for this exciting scenario:

DoD|B, GDM, MpT|B, PK|B, TBL, TCL

Can Muppets, Deities of Death or Player Killers do it? Follow us and find out!

League Cup Scheduling Forum and Bracket

We are preparing to offer you the awesome battles to the death live through RTS League live streaming - follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to learn of upcoming streams with top quality players!

Gl&hf everyone and may the best clan win!

You can check the games played in RTS League at the RTS League's Replays Archive or in the dedicated forum at RTS-Sanctuary where you can also discuss them. Visit our YouTube channel for previously streamed League matches, including the Grand Finals of Season 21 between TSM and mG.

About us:
RTS League is the foremost and longest running "Age of" clan competition ever, with a history of hosting numerous other strategy games (like StarCraft II, Empire Earth, and Dawn of War) in the past. Fun and friendliness are the prominent aspects of RTS League, with the unquestionable prestige and fame the triumph brings to the top finishing clans following close behind.

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Addendum to the administrative review of PK|A and TBL.

posted by ChronoJJSaturday, 21 June 2014

Following discussion among the RTSL staff, I present a brief addendum to the original decision.

1) Based on further information gained, [PK]7upSL is banned for this season, as well as the next, as a person who admitted to being a responsible party for the smurfing incident.

2) We revoke the administrative victories for MpT|B, and reinstate the original two losses. The two administrative losses for PK|A still stand. The original decision that MpT|B receive administrative victories was due to a long-standing RTS League ruling, in that when one clan receives administrative losses, the opposing clan consequently receives administrative victories. We have agreed upon an exception to the traditional ruling, due to the fact that this was an exceptional case. We feel that the sanction PK|A received was just, but at the same time, we acknowledge that MpT|B did lose to a valid (albeit 'tainted') PK|A team. Therefore, we determined that MpT|B's original losses shall stand.

Administrative review of PK B vs TBL

posted by ChronoJJSaturday, 07 June 2014

RTS League strives to provide Age of Mythology clans with the ability to participate in an organized, serious clan league. We, the RTS League staff, recognize that the League is not perfect nothing is but we try to make RTS League as fun and enjoyable as possible. With that in mind, it is necessary to maintain a list of rules, and to expect all participating clans to adhere to them. We would rather that all clans abide by the rules and show good sportsmanship in getting the games played. But when clans/players break the rules, we are more than prepared to deal with the situation.

Over the past weekend (May 31st), PK B and TBL played their RTSL matches. The results were an upset, with the lesser-skilled PK B achieving victory in both matches. Of particular note, PK_Demonoid played exceptionally well. Following the conclusion of the matches, there were many individuals, TBL included, who expressed a suspicion that someone else had played on Demonoid's account.

The matches were played on Voobly. It should be noted that Voobly has an exhaustive Administrative Control Panel, particularly in the area of user logs. The Administrative Panel has the capability to track logins, which (among many other options) allows the Administrative Panel to catalogue a list of who logs onto which usernames. Two of the RTSL staff (myself and MasterOfFreedom) are Voobly moderators, which gives us access to the Administrator Panel.

MasterOfFreedom was online when the matches were played, and after being alerted to the rising suspicions surrounding Demonoid's level of play, he immediately accessed the Voobly panel following the conclusion of the second match.

A check of Demonoid's account indicated that PK_reDo logged onto Demonoid's account at 1858 GMT+1. The PK B / TBL matches began shortly after 1900 GMT+1. The Administrative Panel did not show anyone else logging onto Demonoid's account for the duration of the matches. Therefore, PK_reDo played on PK_Demonoid's account for both matches against TBL.

There is no way around that fact. The Voobly database cannot lie. Two users cannot be on one account at the same time. So if reDo was logged on for the entire duration of the matches, then Demonoid was not.

The RTSL staff spent the last few days discussing the appropriate penalties for the cheating. We took into account that it was likely that the majority of PK was unaware that the cheating had occurred. Having said that, a clan is responsible for its players' behavior. Sure, reDo and Demonoid were the guilty parties, but both were representatives of the PK clan. Not only that, but Demonoid was also a staff member in PK. And then there is the audacity of smurfing in one match, and immediately after it ends playing another one for the original team.

The following is the list of agreed-upon sanctions:

1) Due to the fact that reDo had already received a tempory ban for a previous instance of smurfing, reDo is banned from RTS League participation for life.
2) Being a first offense, Demonoid is banned from RTS League participation for the remainder of this season, as well as the next.
3) The PK clan as a whole is put on a probationary period for the remainder of this season, as well as the next. Any subsequent serious infractions will result in PK being booted from the League.
4) The results for the games between PK B and TBL have been changed to administrative victories for TBL.
5) The results for the games between PK A and MpT B, in which reDo participated right after the smurfing incident, have been changed to administrative victories for MpT B.

The purpose of this topic is not to bash or criticize any player or clan. It is merely to inform. Therefore, those who have questions in regards to the incident are more than welcome to ask, but we do not want the thread to turn into a flame-fest. For those who have not seen the games, the links are below:

Game 1 on Mediterranean, video, upload on RTS-Sanctuary
Game 2 on Anatolia, video, upload on RTS-Sanctuary

Let's Get Started - AoC Season 35 Up and Ready!

posted by Black AdderTuesday, 03 June 2014

The moment you've all been waiting for has come - RTS League's Age of Empires II: The Conquerors Clan League starts yet another season that promises to be as fun and exciting as ever! Power of Japan are the clan to beat and we have a pretty exciting line-up trying their hand and AoC skills at taking them down!

Number of signed-up clans has markedly increased from last season, and so we sport one more division than before - here is how we have spread the 33 teams vying for fame and glory:

Division 1 - kLu, LyF, PoJ, TeamNL, TheJedi|B, VN
Division 2 - AU, DmX, Klrz, KtwR, LoS, LOTD, T___T
Division 3 - Arg, LoS|B, mTr, RoR, TheJedi|C, VIK, WOTC
Division 4 - HaT, kLu|B, LKC, nC, RFR, TK, VNS
Division 5 - CZ, Darth, MIB, RED, RoOk, TheJedi

So who's it gonna be this time?

As last season, we're ready to provide you with loads of quality live streaming of top quality AoC clan wars you are all so excited about, so definitely keep a watch on our social channels ( ) to learn of upcoming live castings. And follow Twitch channels VooblyOfficial, Voobly_Stream and our own RTSLeague! Previous streamings are then available on our YouTube video archive OfficialRTSLeague for your viewing pleasure at any time :)

Some technical info for all you participating clans:

All divisions will be staffed by Black Adder (for the time being, we are looking for AoC staffers!)

New Clan Operators amongst us, check your forum PMs for your Clan Operator log-ins you will need in order to update your clan infos and rosters. In case of any questions regarding the League, do not hesitate to contact me (Black Adder).

Links you might want to keep are League standings and the schedule for your division (Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, Division 4, Division 5). You can reach both of these also by selecting the appropriate competition in the Leagues menu, schedules are then available below the respective division's table.

Scheduling forums:
Division 1
Division 2
Division 3
Division 4
Division 5

Round 1 is traditionally open for two weeks until June 15 to get you all properly settled in and let you update the clan rosters, subsequent rounds will last the customary 1 week.

Gl&hf!

RTS League is looking for AoC League Staffers!

RTSL relies on dedicated people willing to put up an effort for their fellow players, people who understand that thriving community is built upon the common effort of its members. Are you such a person wanting to help your game flourish?

If so, send us a private message here at RTSL forums with some basic info about yourself and why you want to join RTS League.

As a League Staffer, you should be knowledgeable about the game and the community, active on a regular basis and mature in your behaviour. And what would you do? Help set up and run the competition, be part of important decisions and be the contact point for participating clans. And you would become a true contributor to the AoC community!

For more detailed information, visit the Staff Openings forum here on our web.

Sounds interesting? Then give it a shot!

If you have some other idea how you could help the game and RTS League, message us and let us know! We're looking for every constructive feedback and aid.


You can check the games played in RTS League at the RTS League's Replays Archive or in the dedicated forum at AoCZone where you can also discuss them. Visit our YouTube channel for previously streamed League matches, including the epic Grand Finals of Season 34 between RVK and PoJ.

About us:
RTS League is the foremost and longest running "Age of" clan competition ever, with a history of hosting numerous other strategy games (like StarCraft II, Empire Earth, and Dawn of War) in the past. Fun and friendliness are the prominent aspects of RTS League, with the unquestionable prestige and fame the triumph brings to the top finishing clans following close behind.

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AoC Season 35 Is Here - Sign Up!

posted by Black AdderSaturday, 10 May 2014

After some respite following the superexciting Season 34 of RTS League's Age of Empires II: The Conquerors Clan League, here we come with its 35th edition! Last time around we saw Revenge of Knights' 6-season supremacy streak ended by tremendous effort from Power of Japan, and seeing as many other clans performed exceptionally well, too, we're sure this season will be even more action-packed than before! And what about your clan - are you ready to fight for your place in AoC history?

If your clan is interested in competing with the best of the best and have fun in a League with more than a decade-long tradition, post the following sign-up form and make sure your clan meets the criteria listed within the rules. Returning clans need just to confirm the participation.

Clan Tag:
Clan Name:
Clan Website/Voobly Team Page:
Number of Members:
Operator Name and Contact Info (E-mail/IM):
Leader Name and Contact Info (E-mail/IM):
Operator has read the rules and agrees to them:

Updated set of rules for Season 35!

Because our League rules were created a long time ago and didn't really fit the current state of the game anymore, we have prepared an extensive update for the upcoming season to cover everything in need of covering.

But don't be worried, RTS League is still the same old traditional clan competition you all enjoy and love - we haven't really as much changed anything as added new stuff to give you a better idea of what is allowed in the League and what not. All the base settings you're used to remain the same, because, quite simply, why fix it if it ain't broken, right? Therefore you can still look forward to traditional 3v3 AoC clan wars with standard RTS League settings, you can sign up B-teams, have fun in the group stage and fight for the prestigious title in the Playoffs.

Some of the notable newer content has to do with specific settings like Multiple Building Queue, match streaming and we have also added new maps to the permitted map pool - if you're in like mind with your opponents, you can now choose even the maps from The Medieval Wars tourney!

You can find the rules here - we will update the web version soon. Read them really carefully this time around! :)

Big thank you to RoR_BzH for his tremendous help in making RTS League better for all of you! :)

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And now back to the sign-ups:

Please sign up your clan only if you seriously want to take part in the League, do not sign up inactive clans or clans with too few players to actually meaningfully compete. Clans that drop out during the season will be excluded from the next one/s.

Sign-ups will be closed on Sunday 25th May, Season 35 will start shortly after.

If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me (Black Adder) or any other staffers.

Looking forward to another awesome season!


RTS League is looking for AoC League Staffers!

RTSL relies on dedicated people willing to put up an effort for their fellow players, people who understand that thriving community is built upon the common effort of its members. Are you such a person wanting to help your game to flourish?

If so, send us a private message here at RTSL forums with some basic info about yourself and why you want to join RTS League.

As a League Staffer, you should be knowledgeable about the game and the community, active on a regular basis and mature in your behaviour. And what would you do? Help set up and run the competition, be part of important decisions and be the contact point for participating clans. And you would become a true contributor to the AoC community!

For more detailed information, visit the Staff Openings forum here on our web.

Sounds interesting? Then give it a shot!

If you have some other idea how you could help the game and RTS League, message us and let us know! We're looking for every constructive feedback and aid.


You can check the games played in RTS League at the RTS League's Replays Archive or in the dedicated forum at AoCZone where you can also discuss them. Visit our YouTube channel for previously streamed League matches, including the epic Grand Finals of Season 34 between RVK and PoJ.

About us:
RTS League is the foremost and longest running "Age of" clan competition ever, with a history of hosting numerous other strategy games (like StarCraft II, Empire Earth, and Dawn of War) in the past. Fun and friendliness are the prominent aspects of RTS League, with the unquestionable prestige and fame the triumph brings to the top finishing clans following close behind.

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22nd AoT Season Up and Running!

posted by Black AdderWednesday, 07 May 2014

Renaissance of the Age of Mythology community is nearing, and so it's excellent time to show off the competitive clan scene is still well and alive in RTS League's Age of Mythology: The Titans Clan League! Will Mighty Generation again reach the absolute top? Will Player Killers confirm their rise in power? Or is someone else waiting in the shadows? Follow Season 22 and find out!

12 teams were accepted this time around:

Division 1 - DoD|B, GDM, mG, MpT|B, PK, vK (staffed by MasterOfFreedom)
Division 2 - DoD, mG|B, MpT, PK|B, TBL, TSM (staffed by Clown)

New Clan Operators amongst us, check your forum PMs for your Operator log-ins you will need in order to update your clan infos and rosters. New Clan Operators who haven't received the log-in yet, please message me (Black Adder) or your Division's staffer. In case of any questions regarding the League, do not hesitate to contact any AoT staffer.

Every clan operator should have an Admin Note on the left below his/her account name stating that s/he is an AoT Clan Operator and for which clan. Operators who do not and should have the note please message me (Black Adder).

Important information on Season 22:

As you well know, Age of Mythology: Extended Edition is coming, and many of you are sure curious how is RTS League's stance towards it. And, well, it's quite simple!

Since AoM:EE is practically the same game as the original, especially concerning game balance, playing RTS League matches using Age of Mythology: Extended Edition is allowed. For the time being, Voobly stays the default, to take care of situations where some player doesn't have the new game yet, but feel free to enjoy the new capabilities AoM:EE brings if all the players own it.

Links you might want to keep are League standings and the schedule for your division (Division 1, Division 2). You can reach both of these also by selecting the appropriate competition in the Leagues menu, schedules are then available below the respective division's table.

Scheduling forums:
Division 1
Division 2

Round 1 is traditionally open for two weeks until 18th May. Subsequent rounds will last the customary 1 week.

Gl&hf!

You can check the games played in RTS League at the RTS League's Replays Archive or in the dedicated forum at RTS-Sanctuary where you can also discuss them. Visit our YouTube channel for previously streamed League matches, including the Grand Finals of Season 21 between TSM and mG.

About us:
RTS League is the foremost and longest running "Age of" clan competition ever, with a history of hosting numerous other strategy games (like StarCraft II, Empire Earth, and Dawn of War) in the past. Fun and friendliness are the prominent aspects of RTS League, with the unquestionable prestige and fame the triumph brings to the top finishing clans following close behind.

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New AoT Staffers on Board - Clown and MasterOfFreedom

posted by Black AdderTuesday, 22 April 2014

With the coming of Age of Mythology: Extended Edition, we're all excited to see what great things will it bring to the whole of AoM community. Everyone is dearly hoping for markedly improved multiplayer experience, and with that, a true renaissance of the clan scene.

RTS League's Age of Mythology: The Titans Clan League is the foremost and longest running competition in the community, and as such, we are faced with many expectations from the clans and players. To continue offering you all a place to have fun competitive clan wars in a friendly environment, RTS League relies on dedicated people willing to help the community of a game we all love, and recently we were looking for just the right gamers to join us. And we found them!

So who are the new keepers of justice and champions of progress?

Everybody sure knows who Clown is - the Player Killers clan member taking the work for the AoT community to the next level. A regular live streamer of even the greatest RTS League matches, staffer of tournaments, dedicated player willing to put up his free time to help every one of us have as much fun with the game as possible.

And the same goes for MasterOfFreedom, an experienced Voobly staffer who understands what it means to make decisions, help players in need of aid, and push our community issues to the relevant people ultimately responsible for the shape of the game we all enjoy.

Simply experience, reason and dedication in one package - a great addition to the RTS League Staffing Team!

Welcome guys and gl&hf in admining!

We are also still looking for AoC staffers - if you're interested in helping out the community of a game you love and becoming part of the great community project RTS League is, check out our Staff Openings forum and don't hesitate to give us a shout! :) Age of Empires II: The Conquerors is in its golden years, help make those even shinier with us!

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AoT Season 22 Awaiting Clans!

posted by Black AdderSunday, 20 April 2014

Last season of RTS League's Age of Mythology: The Titans Clan League brought us a new winner, unexpected by many, and we are sure everyone is curious what will Season 22 bring to the AoT community - can Mighty Generation defend the title? Will Deities of Death regain the throne? Or are we going to see recently strenghtened Player Killers beat everyone? Who knows, but with the coming of Age of Mythology: Extended Edition, many old and new players alike are coming to play the great game we all know and love, so get ready, as the competition will soon get fiercer than ever!

If your clan is interested in competing with the best of the best and have fun in a League with more than a decade-long tradition, post the following sign-up form and make sure your clan or team meets the criteria listed within. Returning clans need just to confirm the participation.

Clan Tag:
Clan Name:
Clan Website:
Number of Members:
Operator Name and IM:
Leader Name and IM:
Operator has read the rules and agrees to them:

You can find the rules here. Read them carefully.

Please sign up your clan only if you seriously want to take part in the League, do not sign up inactive clans or clans with too few players to actually meaningfully compete. Clans that drop out during the season will be excluded from the next one/s.

Sign-ups will be closed on Friday 2nd May, Season 22 will start soon after.

If you have any further questions, feel free to contact our AoT staff members or any other staffers.

Looking forward to another awesome season!

You can check the games played in RTS League at the RTS League's Replays Archive or in the dedicated forum at RTS-Sanctuary where you can also discuss them. Visit our YouTube channel for previously streamed League matches, including the Grand Finals of Season 21 between TSM and mG.

About us:
RTS League is the foremost and longest running "Age of" clan competition ever, with a history of hosting numerous other strategy games (like StarCraft II, Empire Earth, and Dawn of War) in the past. Fun and friendliness are the prominent aspects of RTS League, with the unquestionable prestige and fame the triumph brings to the top finishing clans following close behind.

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Community News

AoC Ro16 CZ vs. Klrz Was a Fight

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The battle was real and the South Americans gave it their best on the long Arabia

AoC Ro16 nC vs. RED on YT

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As New Chapter await their Quarterfinal match with Rulers of Rome, let's revisit their first round German battle with Redclan

AoC Ro16 T___T vs. RFR Vids

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In the first Playoffs round, we witnessed an attractive clash of experts you could see in the recently finished Nations Cup

AoC Quarters kLu vs. VN Vids

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AoC Clan League is also deep in Playoffs and on Sunday, kLu fought Vikingos Nomadas for a place in Semifinals! See the battles on our YT

AoT Semis MpT vs. DoD Vids

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After a pause the Playoffs served us a fun match - check the games through SpOefT's pov! (G2 available with RyFang's commentary as well)

Last Round AoT Battle PK|B vs. TCL

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See some competitive Age of Mythology from the last round before Playoffs in this look back at the group stage

See How kLu Tied Match vs. TheJedi|B

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The Mexicans were looking to even up the match on Islands after a long Arabia fight that went for their opponents

PK Showed AoT Skill vs. GDM

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PK with TheMista, Berserker, Jollyman or Mirez are up next for their Playoff match, against GDM they showed just what they're capable of
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