Levels of Play

Levels of Play

PlayMore believes that there are two types of teams: Competitive or Recreational.

Think of it as a mindset instead of a skill level.  Competitive Leagues are for our players that want to test their skills against other teams with the same mind set.  Competitive Leagues feature Playoffs, Roster Maximums & Deadlines, as well as more robust prize pools for the winning teams.

Recreational Leagues are for our players that just want to have a great day – wrapped around a sport of their choice.  The focus isn’t on winning as much as it is just having a great time with both teammates and opponents.  For that reason, Recreational Leagues don’t have playoffs, ultra strict roster rules, and smaller prize pools – so we can keep the focus on fun.

Competitive Leagues

A competitive league is a league built for teams who would define their game as successful based on whether they win or lose. If your priority is to win the game, you are a competitive team.

As the number of teams in the competitive league grows, PlayMore will look to offer an additional level of play (a new league) to help teams play in a league with teams who have a similar level of talent.

Competitive – Flight A – Competitive Mindset, Elite/Advanced Skill Level:  This league is built for players/teams who are looking to test themselves against other exceptions players/teams in the area with an advanced skill set.

Competitive – Flight B – Competitive Mindset, Average to Good Skill Level:  This league is built for players/teams who are looking to play against other good players/teams in the area with a fundamental skill set.

Competitive – Flight C – Competitive Mindset, Recreational/Below Average Skill Level:  This league is built for players/teams who are looking to play against other teams who are a step slower, a bit older, and/or may not have experience in a particular sport.

Social Leagues

A recreational league is built for teams who would define their game as successful simply based on the fact that they were able to play the game.  Although we understand that human nature usually causes players to want to win the game that they are involved in, a team in a social league wouldn’t define their night as a failure because they lost a game. Winning is just a perk; while a successful night is enjoying yourselves while playing a game (win or lose).  Competition takes a back seat to fun, camaraderie, and getting out to meet new teams and players.  Emphasis is heavily placed on having a great time and jovial game play between the two teams involved in a game/match.  In this league, the referees/officials/umpires are not guaranteed to be certified and there are no official rosters (because teams shouldn’t need to worry about having an official roster if winning is not the priority).  If you are looking to win championships, compete, or take your sports very seriously, this is not the league for you.

Corporate Leagues

A corporate league is specifically designed for local businesses and offices to enter.

This is commonly used as a team building technique for companies.

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