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About S-Tier, A-Tier, B-Tier, C-Tier and D-Tier
S-Tier, A-Tier, B-Tier, C-Tier and D-Tier include the tiers of most tournaments covered on this wiki. They are categorized as follows:
|Name||Typical prize pool||Description|
|S-Tier||$100k+||Former Premier. Tournaments with only the world's elite teams. Finals of S-Tier tournaments are international LAN-events. They require an extensive qualifier system to make sure only the top teams can take part, such as EU/NA RLCS (which had qualifiers through RLRS) or ELEAGUE (which invited the Top 8 from worlds).|
|A-Tier||$50k+||Former Major. Tournaments with top competition, however a less strict qualifying system than S-Tier, for example by open qualifiers. A-Tier tournaments can, but do not have to, include a LAN-step, but require substantial regional impact in an RLCS region. Examples for A-Tier tournaments are RLRS or Dreamhack Pro Circuit.|
|B-Tier||$2-50k||Tournaments with mostly top competition and/or unusually high prize pools. Tournaments with relatively small prize pools and less overall importance can be B-Tier if competitors are expected to be majority RLCS-Level. B-Tier tournaments need to have at least some regional impact. Domestic tournaments can be B-Tier as well if the prizepool is high, however only if the country in question has multiple notable active players regularly competing in RLCS splits. Examples are the ASTRONAUTS Star Circuit Finals, The Brawl Invitational or The European Invitational.|
|C-Tier||$5k or less||Former Minor. Tournaments which focus on a region’s or country's bubble scene and small prize pools.|
|D-Tier||$300 or less||Tournaments with small prize pools and low importance overall, typically with low level bubble teams or teams outside the scope of regular coverage.|
While the prize pool is an important factor for categorizing tournaments, it does not equal a specific tier. Higher tier tournaments require a higher level of competition, which, if not met, can cause a tournament to be tiered lower. For example, a hypothetical $75k tournament with no affiliation to RLCS and no RLCS teams participating is not A-, but B-Tier at most.