MetaSoccer is getting its first tournament called the Summer League
The Summer League is split into a couple of editions. An edition starts every Tuesday and ends on Monday. To join, a team needs to consist of 11-16 players to be eligible for the competition. It's possible to join an edition even while it is ongoing. Rewards include $MSC and $MSU, and potentially special prizes for sponsored editions.
MetaSoccer, described by developer Champion Games as the “first soccer metaverse” is getting its first tournament called the Summer League.
This competition is divided into a couple of editions, with an edition kicking off every Tuesday at 8 AM UTC and ending on Monday at 8 AM UTC. Rewards will come in the form of $MSC and $MSU, which are awarded “on the following Monday after the end of that week’s edition.” There are editions that may end up being sponsored, which means there may end up being some special prizes given away too.
During this Summer League, all matches players play is against the AI, not against each other. In order to register for this tournament which can be found on the main screen of the game, a team needs to have a minimum of 11 players with the maximum being 16. The lineup has to be set up before an edition starts, as editing during the edition will not be allowed. However, it is possible to join an edition that is ongoing, so even if you don’t register before the start of an edition, you’re still able to hop in it later. It’s also possible to register multiple teams, but either way, make sure none of the players in the lineups are placed on the market, because if they get sold while the edition is still going and your team doesn’t have at least 11 players, then it won’t be possible to continue playing the remaining matches in the edition.
When joining a tournament, players get to choose one of five divisions they’d like to partake in, with the game suggesting which division would be best to enter based on the team’s average skill. This does affect which divisions you can join. The five divisions are Amateur, Beginner, Semi-Pro, Pro and Legend. If the game suggests the Semi-Pro division, you don’t have to join that one, but can instead choose to enter one division that is below or above that one, so in this case Beginner and Pro, while the other ones would not be available.
For more details, check out the team’s post here.