The rules are very simple. When games are released, your clan has two weeks to play them.
Both teams must make a concerted effort to get the games organised and played. This means captains getting in touch with the opposing captain and arranging a mutually viable time to play.
The format is still simply three versus three from each of the eligible players in any of the leagues at the time of the fixture release. So if you are eligible to play a TCL, FBL or FCL game you can play Clan Killer.
The scoring is following the tried and tested method of last three players left, 6-0, two players left, 5-1, one player left, 4-2. The score of the game goes to teams points total in the league. A 6-0 win gets you 6 points...... that simple.
The team with the most points at the end of the season wins the Team Killer Title.
We have taken the view that defaults should be as simple as possible. You have two weeks to play the game, get it played!
A default time of 9 pm UK time on the final day of the fixture will be in place. This means you are required to have the players to play this game on at this time as a last resort. If you have three on and the opposing team has none then its a 6-0 win. Two points for each member. You take a screen shot of players in a room ready to go and send it to the runners and you get the points. If a team has two/ one players on and the other team has three then you should play the game. Any refusals from one set of players will be looked upon as if they simply didn't show and points awarded for the other teams players ready.
This default time of 9 pm is the final cut off. No 'we are waiting for such and such' or 'such and such is having computer problems'. If you aren't ready to go at this time then you are too late.
No more rules. Nothing confusing and no chance of opinion being able effect it in any way. If you don't play you have no-one to blame but yourselves.