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Below are a series of short clips to explain Glory League.

Glory League Good Behaviour Guide

Glory League has been designed to take amateur basketball to a whole new level. By making professional quality full-game video, personal highlight reels, stats and more available to and shareable by its users; players, coaches, referees and supporters alike, can now relive on-court memories and moments beyond the hardwood.

 

We can’t wait for your league to start enjoying the many benefits Glory League brings with it. All that we ask of you, as users, is that you play fair both on the court and (virtually) on our platform; keeping the game fun, for everyone.

Before using Glory League for the first time, we ask that all users become familiar with our simple good behaviour guide (below) and adhere to both this guide as well as your club’s own code of conduct and/or behaviour guide in all interactions.

Keep It Fun


At the end of the day, we’re all in the game to have fun.

By applying the five simple Glory League guidelines, below, in addition to those set out by your club, everyone involved in and/or supporting your game is going to have a good time.

Glory League's "Keep It Fun" Guidelines

  • Think before you type
    If you wouldn’t say it to their face, don’t type it. Nobody likes a bully
     

  • Be careful with humour and sarcasm
    What might be funny to some, could be hurtful or degrading to others
     

  • Avoid offensive language
    On or off the court, it’s just not cool
     

  • Be constructive, not cruel
    Constructive criticism helps us improve and grow. Abuse of any kind makes us shrink
     

  • Laws are laws
    Illegal online acts will not go unpunished

 

Maitland Basketball is currently reviewing competition by-laws, policies and procedures with reference to Glory League and Courtside, however the offering above is a good guide provided by Glory League.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

ALL PLAYERS MUST HOLD A CURRENT ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

Registrations are to be completed online, on or before the due date. The quickest and easiest way to complete your registration is online from your computer.

 

If you plan to register on game night, please ensure you have access to your email account and allow an extra 20-30 minutes as there may be a queue.

Payment can be made by PayPal, POLiPay, Credit or Visa Debit card.

Unregistered players are NOT COVERED by player insurance if they are injured, and accordingly they WILL NOT be allowed to play under any circumstances. This will be strictly enforced every week.