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ECL 8: Elite License

120.00 EUR
In order to play in ECL Elite, the qualified teams need to purchase an ECL Elite license, where the following terms and conditions apply: 
The ECL Elite license costs 120 € per team and will be collected and submitted by the team captain (unless otherwise agreed with the NHLGamer staff)  If an ECL Elite team decides not to purchase the ECL license, they are not eligible to play in ECL Elite and will be demoted to ECL Pro.  The captain who collects and pays the team license must be 18 years or older  Teams can pay via bank transfer or PayPal (service fees apply)  At this time, NHLGamer is considered a non-profit organization, thus 0% VAT apply to the license fee submissions  ECL 8 Elite prize pool is 10 000 € and payed out at the end of the season as follows:  #1 (ECL 8 Elite Champion): 7 000 €  #2: (ECL 8 Elite Finals loser) 2 000 €  #3-4 (ECL 8 Elite Semifinal losers) 500 € 
  Before the start of the season, teams that are eligible to play in ECL 8 Elite need to specify individual player shares towards NHLGamer. If there are trades during the season, the share information should be updated. By default, NHLGamer suggests an even share throughout the roster.  In order to prevent abuse, NHLGamer will pay out any winnings to each individual player instead of only the team captain  unless the team is represented by an organization, in which case the whole amount can be requested to be paid to the organization, who will take care of the split. Such plans need to be communicated at the start of the season.   Winnings will be paid within 60 days of the end of the ECL 8 Elite season.  Finnish players are responsible for their own taxation in the case of prize money. For foreign players, a withholding tax of 15% will be automatically deducted from the payment. NHLGamer will report all winnings of foreign players to the tax authorities.  The ECL Elite license fees will be used in their entirety to developing the NHLGamer service and organizing leagues, tournaments, competitions.  In the case of a team folding, being disqualified or for any other reason not finishing the ECL Elite season, there will be no refunds.   In the improbable event of the ECL Elite season not being finished at all due to NHLGamer not taking care of their responsibilities, the teams have the option to request a refund. 

About ECL 8: Elite License

In order to play in ECL Elite, the qualified teams need to purchase an ECL Elite license, where the following terms and conditions apply: 

  • The ECL Elite license costs 120 € per team and will be collected and submitted by the team captain (unless otherwise agreed with the NHLGamer staff) 
  • If an ECL Elite team decides not to purchase the ECL license, they are not eligible to play in ECL Elite and will be demoted to ECL Pro. 
  • The captain who collects and pays the team license must be 18 years or older 
  • Teams can pay via bank transfer or PayPal (service fees apply) 
  • At this time, NHLGamer is considered a non-profit organization, thus 0% VAT apply to the license fee submissions 
  • ECL 8 Elite prize pool is 10 000 € and payed out at the end of the season as follows: 
    • #1 (ECL 8 Elite Champion): 7 000 € 
    • #2: (ECL 8 Elite Finals loser) 2 000 € 
    • #3-4 (ECL 8 Elite Semifinal losers) 500 € 
       
  • Before the start of the season, teams that are eligible to play in ECL 8 Elite need to specify individual player shares towards NHLGamer. If there are trades during the season, the share information should be updated. By default, NHLGamer suggests an even share throughout the roster. 
  • In order to prevent abuse, NHLGamer will pay out any winnings to each individual player instead of only the team captain 
    • unless the team is represented by an organization, in which case the whole amount can be requested to be paid to the organization, who will take care of the split. Such plans need to be communicated at the start of the season.  
  • Winnings will be paid within 60 days of the end of the ECL 8 Elite season. 
  • Finnish players are responsible for their own taxation in the case of prize money. For foreign players, a withholding tax of 15% will be automatically deducted from the payment. NHLGamer will report all winnings of foreign players to the tax authorities. 
  • The ECL Elite license fees will be used in their entirety to developing the NHLGamer service and organizing leagues, tournaments, competitions. 
  • In the case of a team folding, being disqualified or for any other reason not finishing the ECL Elite season, there will be no refunds.  
  • In the improbable event of the ECL Elite season not being finished at all due to NHLGamer not taking care of their responsibilities, the teams have the option to request a refund. 
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