Alright, now that I have some time: @Gullsjakal @ILikeThatWhale @mr_13en @Doodat @big_boss
Right here you are praising what you have interpreted as cheating (what else can exploiting loopholes to obtain #1 overall be classified as) and straight up say that you're "a lot like that". Now, where could we possibly have gotten the idea that you (and/or your team) might not be explicitly playing by the rules?
If this were my tournament, I'd kick you out for this. First you admit that you believe that exploiting loopholes is admirable, and then, in a tournament where team composition is strict about league level distribution, you admit that you aren't using your real account but a brand new one that you created explicitly for the purposes of this tournament. And then you expect everyone to believe what you say about what league level you truly belong to?
Amazing that you're such an egomaniac that you'd spend however much time replicating the game just so that people can't watch your replays on OSN (hilarious because no one is lining up to watch a league player's replays) and yet you feel comfortable in your decisions to 'spy' on your opponents' replays on OSN. On that note, if you were so concerned with keeping your oh-so-private outwitters games secret that you had to recreate the game to keep your patented moves off of OSN, why wouldn't you go through all the 2 seconds of effort to conceal your duplicate identities by starting and allowing to timeout a single 2v2 game? I can think of any number of reasons for a game you started as both partners in a 2v2 game to timeout after you started it, so having one in your history means jack & squat.
Don't presume to speak for me. I simply presented the facts as they are recorded on OSN. I never once said that more than 1 account on your team was controlled by a single player. You came to that conclusion all by yourself, based on empirical facts.
I've played friendly games (kind of) between my various accounts before. It's a more natural representation of the game than pass-n-play (I'm also not afraid of the bogey man watching my replays on OSN). I say kind of because when I did so it wasn't an actual game I was playing but simply an attempt to figure something out at a specific point/on a specific map. Especially when the new push notifications went live when the game was ported to Android because I could have the game open on 2 devices (one for each account) and as soon as the turn was sent it would reload the screen. Way nicer than pass-n-play.
Conclusion? I'm not convinced one way or the other about how many players you actually have controlling the 4 accounts, but you've all provided sufficient reason to question the integrity of your team. I like to win, but winning is not the end-all-be-all. Beating my opponent while observing the same parameters (or beating someone like you all who are operating outside of those parameters) is what makes winning worthwhile.
Fortunately, I know mr_13n will improve the rules package next season in consideration of what you all have done this one and the tournament will be better for it.