Losses are to be reported immediately after a game is completed…before
any further Ladder matches are started. Not reporting promptly will result
Who to Report To: In
one on one games the loser of the match reports.
In games where you play with
a partner each member of the losing team reports a loss to both partners
of the winning team, so at the end of the match you would either gain two
wins or report two losses.
In 'free for all' matches…or
matches in which multiple opponents are all competing against each other
without partners each of the losers of the match reports a loss to the
one overall winner.
When playing games with more
than one opponent it is important that losses are reported in the proper
order if rank will be affected by the order of report. You must report
to the highest ranking opponent first in those cases. It is your responsibility
to make sure you report in the correct order when necessary. Not doing
so will result in penalty.
Reporting & Passwords:
It is illegal to share your password with any other user for the purpose
of reporting or any reason. If you are discovered using another user's
password both of your accounts will be removed.
Problems Reporting: If
you have a problem and cannot report your own loss follow the SUPPORT link
and request assistance with this from Ladder Staff.
Unreported Matches: Most
unreported matches are a simple case of forgetfulness on the part of your
opponent. If your opponent has not reported your match within an hour of
the match you should send them a friendly E-mail reminder to post. In most
cases this is all that is needed to get them to post.
If they still have not posted
an hour after your E-mail reminder and you see them online playing other
matches you should follow the SUPPORT link and submit an unreported match
claim against them. Ladder staff will handle the situation from there for
If, however, you do not see them
online after sending your Email reminder you should give them 12-24 hours
to post their loss before submitting an unreported match claim against
them in order to give them time to receive your E-mail.
You should never harass another
user in chat or interrupt their other Ladder matches in an attempt to get
them to report. If you see them online giving them one friendly reminder
is acceptable, but beyond that you should let Ladder Staff settle the dispute