Competitive Ruling: University of Minnesota Duluth

UMD used a ringer in College Season play and has been disqualified

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  • UMDads from the University of Minnesota Duluth had a player not on their Active Roster share the account of one of their players in an official College Season match against TSUES.
  • As a result, the school, the rostered players, and the team’s manager are disqualified from the 2020 College Season and suspended for the rest of the season.


It was determined that a UMD player not on the team’s Active Roster was playing on a player’s account during their Round 2 match against TSUES. Ringing is a serious offense. It misleads opponents who have prepared for the match, it circumvents roster rules meant to create a fair playing field, and it breaks trust with fans, players, and the league itself.


2020 College LoL Season Rules Ringing. Playing under another player’s account or soliciting, inducing, encouraging or directing someone else to play under another player’s account.


UMD has violated rule of the College Season.

  • UMDads and the University of Minnesota Duluth are disqualified from the 2020 College Season
  • UMD players and team staff are suspended from College Season activities for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year
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