A: Season 4 (NA) will start September 12. More details will be announced soon.
A: Season 1 (EU) will start late September 20. More details will be announced soon.
A: Rewards and prizes depend on the level of community support. Players compete for a grand cash prize as well as Notorious Arena League sails. Check out rewards from past seasons in the history page
A: Anyone who wishes to sign up for the NAL can do so here. Teams go through a vetting process before they are officially entered into the league. Teams must have an original logo (750px by 750px), and conform to our Terms and Conditions. Our goal is to provide easy access to high level competition to those teams who take themselves seriously.
A: No, but keep in mind that all competitors of the NAL are being held to a high standard in regards to maturity and respect. Teams must have at least one member over 18 years of age or a parent/guardian to claim seasonal rewards.
A: A season typically lasts 2 months.
A: Sessions in the NAL can take anywhere from three to four hours.
A: Matches take place in NAL dedicated lobbies. All matches are scheduled in advance.
A: A team roster can have a maximum of 8 players.
A: No, competitors in the NAL are only allowed to compete on one team per season. However, if a team were to disband in the middle of the season any player on that roster is able to promote themselves as a free agent and be picked up by another team.
A: Yes, all team members are required to stream the matches. If any team member cannot stream, then he or she must record the entire game and submit it to the event organizers. Those who will not be streaming must notify event organizers at least 72 hours in advance. Exceptions can be made for last minute technical difficulties.
A: We encourage the support of the competitive community. The NAL does not limit its competitors to only competing in the NAL.
A: No, the NAL respects all bans from SoT on the behalf of Rare Ltd.
A: Anyone can sign up as a free agent on by clicking here.
A: Our current plans target a league of 10 teams, but we will continue to evaluate the situation and add more spots if necessary.
Common techniques allowed in the NAL include:
**Note: Naturally, meaning humanly possible.