The Cosmos Championship has two age groups and two league classifications:
The Intercontinental Leagues &The International Leagues
JUNIOR & SENIOR
THE PACIFIC LEAGUE
THE ATLANTIC LEAGUE
THE CASPIAN LEAGUE
THE ASIATIC LEAGUE
The Pacific League is for teams in time zones UTC+12 to UTC-5
The Atlantic League is for teams in time zones UTC-4 to UTC+2
The Caspian League is for teams in time zones UTC+3 to UTC+6
The Asiatic League is for teams in time zones UTC+7 to UTC+11
THE PUBLIC FORUM LEAGUE
THE PARLIAMENTARY LEAGUE
THE EUROPEAN LEAGUE
THE AUSTRALASIA LEAGUE
The Public Forum League is for teams in time zones UTC-8 to UTC-3
The Parliamentary League is for teams in time zones UTC-8 to UTC-3
The European League is for teams in time zones UTC+1 to UTC+6
The Australasia League is for teams in time zones UTC+7 to UTC+12
Public Forum League
"Can I enter a league that is not recommended for my timezone?"
Yes, you can. However, events may occur at a peculiar time. Please note that the further away your timezone is from the recommended range, the earlier or later events will be for you.
"Can I enter more than one league?"
Yes! In fact, we recommend entering one Intercontinental League and one International League. By doing so, you will have the opportunity to debate every week. However, entering more than the recommended number of leagues would be unwise for most participants unless you would like to have more than one debate every weekend over the course of five months.
Do not enter more than you can handle.
Failing to show up for debates you have committed to is strongly frowned upon and repeat offences will result in expulsion from The Cosmos Championship. We have even an even smaller tolerance for failing to engage with your team, of which you may have several if you enter multiple leagues as an incomplete team.
Failing to follow through with your commitments in The Cosmos Championship ruins other participants' experiences and wastes our time. Do not do it.