The thread is too old to post in. I was wondering, your sheet says:
Every player has to register an account to be used in the Clan League(clans can do it on players' behalf as well). This account can't be changed in subsequent seasons unless they ask the organizers specifically (We will only allow changes if it doesn't appear that they are doing this just to circumvent this rule).
A player has to be in the clan whenever a game is assigned. If you aren't in the clan it's a loss. Clan managers will need to substitute players who have left their clan(if games haven't been allocated) (Needs work)*
There will be two registration periods for CL10. The first window will be at the start of the season. The second window will be at the midway point of the season(2 months in). It will last for a period of 2 weeks and gives clans a chance to replace players who have left.
The substitution limit will be increased to 10 per clan. There are 18 slots in a season. Clans should be able to guarantee some sort of stability, or be penalized for it.
If a player(who is in P tournaments) transfers from clan X to Y in the mid-season window, they can only represent clan Y in (3-P) tournaments.
All alts used in CL must be declared publicly.
Why would alts need to be declared if they are not allowed? You are saying only 1 account can be used, and that account must be in the clan.
Suppose I have 2 accounts: Player1 and Player2 in two clans: ClanA and ClanB respectively
If I declare Player1 as my main, and it is in ClanA, why does it matter that I have a Player2 account? I am not allowed to use it ever in CL, unless I get permission from you to declare that my main.
IMO, I would have everyone declare alts, and allow them, with this caveat:
A player may only operate 1 account in a CL, and the account must be in the clan. Keep your rule about transferring the account to another clan. Also add that a player may use a different account in a subsequent season, but they are available for 3-N tournaments, with N being the number they played last season.
So if I declare Player1 and Player2 and I use Player1 in ClanA in CL10 for 2 formats...I would be allowed to use Player2 as my account in ClanB in CL11, but only 1 format.
IF you restrict someone to a single account and don't allow them to use another one ever, not only is there no reason to declare them, but you encourage people to circumvent the rules to compete for another clan. If you allow for a very limited flexibility, you encourage transparency.
Edited 9/27/2017 18:36:24