The Intramural Sports Program utilizes IMLeagues to manage registration, schedules, and more!
ANYONE who would like to participate in the Spring 2020 Virtual Leagues will be required to have an account on IMLeagues.com. Please go to IMLeagues website in order to create a new account.
From there, you will be able to join a league, create a team, challenge your opponents, view your personal statistics, and so much more!
How To Register Your Team
When registering through IMleagues.com, you will be required to pick which platform (if applicable: PS4 or XBox One) you will be playing that game on.
Please use your Gametag or game Username as your team name so it is easier for your opponents to find you online.
Registration is from Wednesday, April 29 through Tuesday, May 5.
For Season 2, we will be offering FIFA20, NBA2k20, NHL20, Backgammon, Yahtzee, Chess and Checkers.
Schedule of Play
League play will begin on Wednesday, May 6 and end on Sunday, June 7.
Ladder scheduling will be used to determine league rankings and ultimately playoff standings. The competition proceeds via a system of challenges. Any player can challenge a player above them on the ladder. These challenges generally should not be declined. If the lower-placed player wins the match, then the two players swap places on the ladder. If the lower-placed player loses, then they may not challenge the same person again without challenging someone else first. You can only challenge players up to 2 rungs above yourselves. You must have completed at least 4 matches to be eligible for playoffs.
The home team will determine which person will serve as the host
Please review the Intramural Handbook and Virtual Sport rules here.
Note, you must be logged into your SCU.edu email address to be able to view
Winner of the match has 24 hours to report the score on IMLeagues.com. If there’s a discrepancy between the reported score and the final score, you must email firstname.lastname@example.org within 12 hours of the posting on the score to contest.
If there are any issues with sportsmanship, you must report them to email@example.com
Disclaimer of Play for Virtual Intramurals
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