Prizepool announced and updated configs

   Daffodil   - 9/10/2019
Past Articles:

8/20 - League Fees explained
8/5 - Div Admins, New map and config downloads
6/30 - Season 1 - Dates (Roster locks, playoffs, etc...)


Prizepool Breakdown


With a higher than expected turnout for season 1, RGL has broken its $8,000 dollar prize pool estimate! Our official prize pool for season 1 is $9500, with prize money to be won by 28 teams across our paid divisions. A full breakdown for the prize pool can be seen here.



Invite Bounty


The starting bounty pot in RGL will total $410. If a team wins two or more seasons back to back a bounty is placed upon them, and each season they remain undefeated a small percentage of the prize pool will be added to their bounty. Because Froyotech has won the last two seasons of ESEA, the initial bounty is placed upon them. This bounty will continue to grow until Froyotech is dethroned.

Best of luck to all of our teams in the remainder of your season 1 matches!

Config Changes

author: dempsey

As RGL’s player count grows, stephanie and Aad have been hard at work on a new set of server configs and sourcemod plugins from scratch, to ensure an easier time for everyone.

The new configs have better net settings, more consistent naming, and are set up to be as easy as possible to install and use. They have been added to serveme.tf as well, and can be applied when renting a server from the network. If renting from serveme.tf, select the relevant config to your match below.

  • rgl_6s_5cp_scrim
  • rgl_6s_5cp_match_half1
  • rgl_6s_5cp_match_half2
  • rgl_6s_5cp_gc
  • rgl_6s_koth
  • rgl_6s_koth_bo5


The auto-updater plugin, created mostly by Aad, is used to ensure your server is never out-of-date, meaning you will always have the latest updates, without having to do anything more than a one-time installation!

Please note: the auto-updater will not automatically download new maps to your server, to avoid long download times. Maps must be manually downloaded as new maps are added to the RGL map pool.

For install instructions and more in-depth details about the configs and plugins, please head over to stephanie’s Github page.