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The Courage tournament was a frequently-run amateur tournament that gave out progamer licences as prizes to the winners, legally allowing them to play in KeSPA sanctioned games. The players competed in separate 64-128 player tournaments across one of several brackets over two days. The winners of each bracket received a progamer license and worked toward their KeSPA sanctioned debuts. The Sunday bracket was seen as more difficult and pro-teams generally prefered players who won in a Sunday competition.