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Welcome to Roster Point

This legal agreement (“Agreement”) between you (“You/r” or “user” or “Member”) and Roster Point, Inc. (“Roster Point” “us,” “we” or “our”) that may be contacted at 170 Seneca Ave, Oshawa, Ontario, L1G 7S6, Canada represents your legal binding to the website. Member and Roster Point are referred to herein, each, when separately, as a “Party,” or when collectively, as the “Parties.”

By visiting our website www.rosterpoint.com, purchasing any product/service, signing up for newsletter or by clicking the “I accept” or “I agree” button, you denote your legally‐binding agreement to the following Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to these terms and conditions, we encourage you to close this webpage.

The Roster Point Services include the following, without limitation: Services for Hockey Team Member, and Services for Player Member. We may offer additional Services or revise any of the Services at our sole discretion.

Roster Point reserves the rights to change or terminate any feature or service; or to restrict your access to some portions of website in the case that we find that you are engaging in an activity that is inappropriate or that violates these terms and conditions.

Use of Logo - By agreeing to these terms and conditions you are giving us access and approval to use your team logo on the first page of our website.  The logo will remain on our site for as long as Roster Point is in business. You wave the need to for Roster Point to request permission to use your logo for your teams promotion and Roster Point's promotion of your team.

Eligibility:

a.     Minimum Age: To use this website or register for the services of this website, you must be a hockey player within the ages of 13 to 21 years. If you are younger than 13 years of age your parents must register you for a profile on Roster Point.  It is the position of Roster Point's owner(s) that parents register their children so any communication between a team and the player is seen by a parent. This is recommended for any player under the age of 18 years. You agree that you provide accurate information that may be verified at any time.

b.     Criminal History: We do not conduct background checks on our members, making you, the user, solely responsible for taking precautions while contacting other members.

c.     You are a current hockey player playing in a junior league. Junior hockey is ice hockey competition generally for players between 15 and 21 years of age. Junior hockey leagues in the United States and Canada are considered amateur (with some exceptions) and operate within regions of each country. In Canada, the highest level is major junior, which itself has three constituent leagues: the Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League. The second tier is Junior A, governed nationally by the Canadian Junior Hockey League. A limited number of teams in the Canadian major juniorleagues are also based in the United States. In Europe, junior teams are often sponsored by professional teams, and act as development and feeder associations for those organizations. Junior hockey is one level above minor hockey, the level of ice hockey played by youth.

d.     You are the parent of a minor hockey player between the ages of 6 to 18. You wish your son or daughter to be playing hockey at a higher level than he or she is currently playing.

e.     No False Information. You agree that every content or information you provide will not be inaccurate, false or misleading, neither to us nor to any user. If any information or content becomes as such, you will quickly contact us of the change that happened.

We reserve the right to withdraw or change website features at any time and by any means without prior notice. This may result from a mistake, malware, technical issue, glitches, fraudulence, illegal involvement, tampering, or any other reason that interferes with or prohibits the appropriate conduct of this website, company, or campaigns.

However, rosterpoint.com will not be held liable for these issues or any and all damages they may cause.

User Conduct:

When creating a profile, posting an auction, contacting other members, posting anything on our social media accounts, or visiting any page, you will NOT:

·       Disclose any confidential information about other users without their permission

·       Engage in any kind of offensive behavior (pornography, racism, abusiveness, harassment etc.)

·       Forward chain letters using our website

·       Use picture that does not belong to you. You are not permitted to impersonate anyone.

·       Infringe any third party's rights

·       Upload any malicious software, virus etc that could disrupt the working of system tools, servers, networks

·       Try to sell other users' information to third parties

·       Try to access our services through automated robots, or conduct attacks such as Denial of Service

·       Promote products/services on our website.

USE OF SERVICES

a.     Personal Use‐ Your membership account is solely for your own personal use. You may not allow others to access or use your account. You may not transfer your account to any other person. You agree that we, as the owners of this website, are not responsible for third party access to your account that in any way results in theft or illegal usage, storage, or sale of your personal information.

b.     Reporting of Violations. You will immediately contact us when you notice (i) any possible violation of the Agreement by anyone, and (ii) any unauthorized access to your account, whether known or not.

c.     Content Removal. Any information or content you submit will be available to us for monitoring. We keep the rights to remove any information that in any way violates any possible law of the Services or any third party.

d.     No False Information. You agree that every content or information you provide will not be inaccurate, false or misleading, neither to us nor to any user. If any information or content becomes as such, you will quickly contact us of the change that happened.

e.     No Advertising or Commercial Solicitation. You agree that you will not try to persuade any other user to buy or sell products. You must not send any chain letters, spam or junk email to other users of the Services. Furthermore, you agree that the information that you get from the Services will not be used by you in means of selling, advertising and such until the approval of the other user. By agreeing with this you acknowledge the fact that any breach of the terms will cause significant damages to us, and you have all the responsibility since that damage will be hard to assess.

f.      No Harassment of Employees or Agents. You agree that you will not harass, pressurize or threaten any agents or employees responsible for providing the Services to you.

g.      Every hockey association has rules and procedures surrounding TAMPERING with or coluding with or against another team or organization.  Roster Point will NOT be held responsible for any kind of this type of behavior from our clients. We recommend that users follow their local organizations rule and procedures when recruiting players from outside of their organization. We do have the ability to assist in anyone with allegations of such a thing happening.  We reserve the right to with hold information and only release what we feel is necessary to resolve any issues.

h.      Contacting a player or parent for any other reason than hockey is prohibited. Any signs of the messaging system being use to bully, intimidate, harass or to make contact with a minor will be reported to the authorities immediately. 

Canada

In Canada, the junior hockey is divided into several tiers, and players aged 16–20 or 15‐ 21 at the beginning of the season are eligible. Hockey Canada is enacting rules designed to limit the number of 16‐year‐olds allowed to play junior hockey, preferring most remain at the midget level.

Major Junior

Major junior hockey is overseen by the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), which acts as the governing body for its three constituent leagues: Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (operating in Quebec and Atlantic Canada with 18 teams), Ontario Hockey League (operating in Ontario, Pennsylvania, and Michigan with 20 teams), Western Hockey League (operating in Western Canada, Washington, and Oregon with 22 teams). The CHL currently places a cap of three 20‐year‐old or overage players per team, while only four 16‐year‐olds are permitted.

Many of the top North American prospects for the professional National Hockey League (NHL) play in the one of the CHL leagues. The champion of each league competes in an annual tournament with a predetermined host team for the Memorial Cup, Canada’s national Major Junior championship. Up until 1970, the leagues that became Major Junior and Junior A today were both known as Junior A. In 1970 they were divided into Tier I Junior A or Major Junior A and Tier II Junior A. In 1980, the three Major Junior A leagues opted for self‐control over being controlled by the branches of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and became Major Junior hockey, Tier II Junior A became the top tier of hockey in these branches and became Junior A hockey.

Junior A

Junior A (junior AAA in Quebec) hockey is one level below the CHL. Junior A was referred to as Tier II Junior A in the 1970s, until what was called Major Junior A broke away from their regional branches in 1980 and became the Canadian Hockey League and Major Junior hockey, at this time, the term Tier II was dropped from what is now Junior A hockey. It is governed by the Canadian Junior Hockey League, which oversees eleven constituent leagues across Canada. The national championship is the Royal Bank Cup.

Junior A teams are considered amateur by the NCAA, thus players intending to go to American universities tend to choose this route rather than play in the CHL. Junior A teams tend to play in much smaller markets than CHL teams, and thus play to much smaller crowds.

Junior B, C, D

Formulated in 1933, Junior B (junior AA in Quebec) differentiates between teams capable for Memorial Cup competition and those who are not. The major championships across Canada are the Sutherland Cup in Southern Ontario, the Carson Trophy in the Ottawa District, the Coupe Dodge in Quebec, the Don Johnson Cup in the Atlantic Provinces, and the Keystone Cup which represents all of Western Canada, from British Columbia to North western Ontario.

Junior C (junior A in Quebec) is generally a local based system, but is considered competitive in some regions, and serves as seeding or farm‐teams for Junior B teams. Ontario Junior C Hockey has 6 rounds of playoffs

Junior D was popular in the 1960s and 1970s in dense population centers, but fell off in the early 1990s. In Quebec, Junior D is now known as Junior B and is run strictly by minor hockey associations.

United States

As in Canada, junior hockey in the United States is subdivided into several levels with most being sanctioned by USA Hockey. Currently, 11 American teams play in the Canadian junior system, with eight in the Canadian Hockey League and three in junior A leagues. At junior A level, one team in the British Columbia Hockey League is from Washington, one in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League is from Michigan, and one in the Ontario Junior Hockey League is from New York.

Tier I

The United States Hockey League (USHL) is currently the only Tier I league in the country, consisting of teams in the central and Midwestern US. The USHL provides an alternative to Major Junior Hockey for kids who want to play in the NCAA, before seeking the NHL. While playing in the USHL, all player expenses are paid for by the team; no membership or equipment fees are charged.

Tier II

Currently the North American Hockey League is the only USA Hockey‐sanctioned Tier II league in the United States. The NAHL is the largest junior hockey league in the US and consists of teams spread across the Western two thirds of the United States with a significant concentration of teams in the central and south western parts of the United States.

Tier III

USA Hockey currently has ten sanctioned Tier III leagues:

  • Eastern Hockey League
  • Metropolitan Junior Hockey League
  • North American 3 Eastern Hockey League
  • North American 3 Hockey League
  • Northern Pacific Hockey League
  • Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League
  • United States Premier Hockey League

 AAU

The Amateur Athletic Union returned to sanctioning the sport of ice hockey in 2011. Prior to the 2011–12 season, the Western States Hockey League became the first large‐ scale junior league to exit USA Hockey in favor of the AAU. Currently all junior hockey leagues under the UHU umbrella operate under a similar pay‐to‐play USA Hockey Tier III structure, although the WSHL is considered Tier II within the UHU hierarchy. United Hockey Union junior hockey leagues:

  • Western Prospects League – Tier III status
  • Western States Hockey League – Tier II status
  • World United Hockey League – Junior A/Tier III status

Independent leagues (Canada and US)

Some leagues that refer to themselves as Junior A also operate outside the control of the Hockey Canada and USA Hockey. Presently, the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League is operating as an independent league in Ontario and western New York. In the Winnipeg area the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League is operating as a non‐ sanctioned league. While a leagues can claim to be comparable to Junior A leagues, due to the lack of regulation the actual level of play may vary. In addition to independent leagues, there are also independent teams, such as the Jamestown Jets, although these usually result from league problems or other disputes.

Europe

In Europe, junior teams are usually associated with a professional team, and are used by professional teams to develop their own prospects.

The lack of an amateur draft in Europe, other than in Russia, means that the onus is on the teams to sign the most talented young players they can get, and the presence of an affiliated junior team provides a place for young players who aren't yet ready for the rigors of the professional game to develop. However, not all players on a European

Junior team are necessarily the property of their professional club, and may elect to sign elsewhere.

Minor hockey is an umbrella term for amateur ice hockey which is played below the junior age level. Players are classified by age, with each age group playing in its own league. The rules, especially as it relates to body contact, vary from class to class. In North America, the rules are governed by the national bodies, Hockey Canada and USA Hockey, while local hockey associations administer players and leagues for their region. Many provinces and states organize regional and provincial championship tournaments, and the highest age groups in Canada and USA also participate in national championships. Minor hockey is not to be confused with minor league professional hockey.

In Canada, the age categories are designated by each provincial hockey governing body based on Hockey Canada's guidelines, and each category may have multiple tiers based on skill.

Age categories

To qualify in a category, the player must be under the age limit as of December 31 of the current season.

Initiation (Mini Mite): under 7 years of age AKA Hockey 1 and Hockey 2 and previously known as Mite and Tyke respectively.

Novice (Mite): under 9 years of age AKA Hockey 3 and Hockey 4 Atom (Squirt): under 11 years of age

Peewee: under 13 years of age Bantam: under 15 years of age Midget: under 18 years of age

Juvenile under 20 years of age, for players who want to remain in hockey at a minor hockey association level. Those not playing Junior or playing Senior.

Junior: under 21 years of age Junior: divided into Major Junior (WHL, OHL and QMJHL), Junior A (Tier II Junior), Junior B and Junior C (in some locations).

Senior: No age limit Skill categories

There are two broad grouping of skill levels: competitive and non‐competitive. From house league/recreation hockey, progression is made to competitive travel hockey. A competitive team will hold tryouts and players will be selected for the roster depending upon skill level and fit. At this level, players chosen to compete experience a higher level of on‐ice competition and coaching. Players learn systems; coaches maximize his/her potential and train them to work together as a unit.

Competitive

Higher‐skilled players will typically play on "representative" or "travel" teams that will travel to play representative (rep) teams from other areas. These teams are classified by skill. Not all cities will have teams at all skill levels, depending on size and the popularity of hockey, however even small communities may field teams at multiple levels. (For example: Orillia, Ontario, with a population of 30,000, has four distinct skill divisions for 7‐year‐olds.) The classifications are typically not certified by any external organization, so there is speculation about what levels are truly better or stronger than others. AAA, AA, and A hockey are nationally recognized as competitive levels of organized hockey, with AAA being elite competition. The competitive level players generally engage in high levels of physical play from a young age. This physical play can lead to injuries and most often these are related to the head. Injuries have become more prevalent as physical play has increased in the sport.

'House Level' Inter Association hockey never leaving own association 'C' Playing other associations in a region.

'B'

'A'

'AA'

'AAA' is the highest calibre of minor hockey British Columbia

In British Columbia, BC Hockey has a different system for competitive teams. Midget Rep has a BC run Midget AAA league.

All other Rep teams (Atom to Juvenile) are exclusively inter association under the guidance of PCAHA (Pacific Coast), OMAHA (Okanagan), VIAHA (Island), and are labeled as A1, A2, A3, and A4. No Atom level Provincial championship exists as Atom is considered developmental and non‐competitive.

Quebec

Quebec house leagues are labeled C, B, A. Competitive teams are labeled "Double Letters" CC, BB, AA (Atom through Midget Levels) and 'Triple Letters' AAA (starting at Peewee through Midget). Body checking starts only in "Double Letter" Bantam BB. Midget offers the 'Espoir' Level (only 15‐year‐olds) which is basically between AA and AAA Levels. The following are the Levels currently played in the Province of Quebec, as sanctioned by Hockey Quebec:

MAGH 1 (Age 5) Pre‐Novice 1

MAGH 2 (Age 6) Pre‐Novice 2 Novice (Ages 7–8) C‐B‐A

Atom (Ages 9–10) C‐B‐A‐CC‐BB

Peewee (Ages 11–12) C‐B‐A‐CC‐BB‐AA‐AAA

Bantam (Ages 13–14) B‐A‐CC‐BB‐AA‐AAA (Body Checking BB and up)

Midget (Ages 15–16‐17) B‐A‐CC‐BB‐AA‐Espoir‐AAA (Body Checking AA and up)

United States

In the United States, USA Hockey designates the following levels: Mite (ages 8 & under) (Levels AA, A, B)

Squirt (ages 9–10) (Levels AAA, AA, A, B, C) Peewee (ages 11–12) (Levels AAA, AA, A, B, C) Bantam (ages 13–14) (Levels AAA, AA, A, B, C)

Midget Minor 16 and Under (ages 15–16) (Levels AAA, AA, junior varsity high school‐A)

Midget Major 18 and Under (ages 15–18) (Levels AAA, AA, varsity high school‐AA and AAA)

Junior (ages 16 to 20) (Cut‐off age varies depending on the league)

Many organizations and leagues that have larger numbers of registered players tend to delineate within the two year window allowed for each age group. In these situations, teams composed entirely or primarily of players in their second year of eligibility are designated 'major' teams, while those with players in their 1st year of eligibility are designated 'minor' teams. (For example, ten‐year‐olds would be 'squirt majors' while nine‐year‐olds would be 'squirt minors.') This is especially true in "AAA".

Some leagues separate players six years old and younger into their own group, often referred to using names like "Mini‐Mites," "Mosquitoes," or "Microns."

USA Hockey designates four skill levels:

  • Tier 1: The Highest Level of Competition, commonly called "AAA", following the Canadian system.
  • Tier 2: The Next Higher Level of Competition, commonly called "AA" or "A", following the Canadian system.
  • Tier 3: The Next Higher Level of Competition (Not all districts use this designation), may also be called "A", the lowest level of competitive hockey.
  • Recreational/Developmental: Includes House League and Select (House All‐Star) Teams. May be called "B", "C", etc.

AAU

The Amateur Athletic Union has returned to licensing the sport of Ice Hockey.

During recent years, the AAU has sanctioned several High School Varsity, Junior Varsity and Middle School leagues within the state of New York.

During the 2011‐2012 season the AAU began licensing Junior and youth leagues as well. The Western States Hockey League (WSHL) moved their operations from USA Hockey into AAU and Hockey Michigan was formed, providing Mite (8&under) conventional full‐ ice playing opportunities in the face of cross‐ice mandates adopted by the USA Hockey district affiliate. During the 2012‐2013 season, AAU Junior and Youth operations have been expanding rapidly and currently span coast to coast.

Although some AAU clubs still use classification terms such as Mites‐Midgets, the more correct AAU youth designations are:

6U (ages 6 and younger) 7U (ages 7 and younger) 8U (ages 8 and younger)

9U (ages 9 and younger) 10U (ages 10 and younger) 11U (ages 11 and younger) 12U (ages 12 and younger) 13U (ages 13 and younger) 14U (ages 14 and younger) 15U (ages 15 and younger) 16U (ages 16 and younger) 17U (ages 17 and younger) 18U (ages 18 and younger)

 Finland

In Finland, the Finnish Ice Hockey Association roughly categorizes minor hockey players to under school‐ages and school‐ages. Children over 16 are considered as juniors, although the youngest juniors are still at the school‐age. Minor and junior hockey levels are:

G‐ and F‐minors (age 11 and younger) E‐minors (ages 12 to 13)

D‐minors (ages 14 to 15) C‐juniors (age 16 and younger) B‐juniors (age 18 and younger) A‐juniors (age 20 and younger)

France 

Teams use the following levels: 

Moustiques (age 9 and younger)

Poussins (ages 10–11)

Benjamins (ages 12–13)

Minimes (ages 14–15)

Cadets (ages 16–18)

Germany

German Ice Hockey Federation designates the following levels: Kleinstschüler (Bambini) (ages 9 and younger)

Kleinschüler (ages 11 and younger) Knaben (ages 13 and younger) Schüler (ages 15 and younger) Jugend (ages 17 and younger) Junioren (ages 19 and younger)

All levels are administrated by the respective sub‐federation in each province except for the federal leagues which are administrated directly by the German Ice Hockey Federation. Ages were raised in 2010/2011.

Sweden

The Swedish Ice Hockey Federation designates the following levels: U9 (ages 9 and younger)

U10 (ages 10 and younger) U11 (ages 11 and younger) U12 (ages 12 and younger) U13 (ages 13 and younger) U14 (ages 14 and younger) U15 (ages 15 and younger) U16 (ages 16 and younger) J18 (Juniors 18 and younger) J20 (Juniors 20 and younger)

 

SUBSCRIPTION TERMS

Access and use of our Services are provided strictly on a pre‐paid subscription basis. You shall pay by credit card or Stripe for your membership fee (“Membership Fee”) for access and use of the Services in conjunction with our standard of pricing that is detailed on our Site. You agree to pay the price in full specific to Your level of membership during the checkout process before we are obligated to provide You with that level of access to our Site and its Services. Failure to timely pay the Membership Fees shall result in default and shall constitute a material breach of the terms of this Agreement.

There shall be no cancellations, partial or full refunds, or any other form of returns of Your payment once received, as all purchases shall be deemed final.

Membership levels for Teams are as follows:

Premium = Quoted $ USD Full access to the site features and player profiles (Temporary)

Premium Plus = Quoted $ USD Full access to the site features and player profiles + Team Promotion Package (Temporary)

Platinum = Quoted $ USD Full access to the site features and player profiles including the CVS Players + Team Promotion Package (Temporary)

Memberships for Players

Gold = Full access to all the site features.  

Player Promotion Activities on our social media platforms are paid services unless otherwise stated.  Roster Point reserves the right to promote individual players as we see fit. Fees will be charged based on the Promotion Package a player chooses.  Payments will be charged on an individual basis using a third party payment software.  

There are other options included as your service and price level go up, such as searching and matching players or teams, messaging, viewed profiles, number of views, adding video and these options are only allowable to You if you pay a subscription for these services. Player and Team subscriptions will auto renew on the one year anniversary of the original registration date.


TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHT OWNERSHIP

All data and content, in any form, contained by or offered through the website and all intellectual property rights relating to said content are the sole property of Roster Point. This includes all information, content, photographs, articles, text, video, images, functions, or other content.

This website itself or any section of this website may not be duplicated, sold, reproduced, copied, resold, visited, or otherwise used for commercial purposes excluding the possession of express written consent from the website or company owner(s). You may not utilize “hidden text”, hereafter defined as being of the same purpose as meta tags, without the company’s express written consent. Any unauthorized use of hidden text terminates any license granted by the company and associated companies and voids these Terms and Conditions. You may be prosecuted for such actions.


DISCLAIMER

THE USE OF THIS WEBSITE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE COMPANY DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY KIND OF WARRANTIES (INCLUDING THE CONTENT, SERVICES, PRODUCTS, DESCRIPTIONS, IMAGES, AND VIDEOS, ETC). THE COMPANY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY PRODUCT OR SERVICE PURCHASED FROM THIRD PARTY LINKS AND WE DO NOT CLAIM ANY RESULTS OF THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS PROMOTED ON OUR WEBSITE. WE DO NOT MONITOR OR ENDORSE ANY THIRD PARTY WEBSITE SO WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO DO PROPER RESEARCH BEFORE BUYING ANY PRODUCT. MOREOVER, THE COMPANY IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY ERROR, UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS, VIRUSES, MALWARE, BUGS, OR OTHER DAMAGES RESULTING FROM YOUR USE OF OUR WEBSITE. WE DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES.

TERMINATION

We reserve the right to terminate/cancel any account if it appears that they are of a fraudulent or inappropriate nature.

*  Prices, promotions, and campaigns are subject to change without prior notice.

*  To terminate your service you must send us written notice 45 days prior to the anniversary date of your account.  Notice can be in the form of an email with the subject "Cancel My Account" or in writing to 170 Seneca Ave, Oshawa, ON, L1G 7S6.


GOVERNING LAW

This Agreement shall be interpreted, construed, and governed by the laws of the Province of Ontario, Canada without reference to its laws relating to conflicts of law and not including the provisions regarding the international sale of goods.

INDEMNIFICATION

You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the company and any associated companies and their associates from and against all liabilities, damages, and costs resulting from the violation of these terms and conditions. This wrongful or negligent conduct, whether conducted by yourself or any other person accessing the website using your information, will be assumed to have been conducted by you and is in no way reflective upon or liable to the website or its company.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION

In the event that a dispute arises between any Member(s) and Roster Point concerning our Site and/or Services (“Dispute”), representatives of the Parties shall promptly meet within the boundaries of Oshawa, Ontario, unless otherwise agreed by the Parties, as soon as reasonably possible, but not later than 45 days after the sending of a written notice of a Dispute and the Parties shall engage in good faith negotiations aimed at resolving the Dispute (“Good Faith Negotiations”). If the Parties are unable to resolve such Dispute satisfactorily within 45 days from the date of receipt of such written notice of a Dispute, either Party may submit the Dispute to arbitration by serving the other Party with a written notice of the intention to arbitrate, as provided for below.

SEVERABILITY

Any provision of this Agreement that is held or adjudged invalid, prohibited or unenforceable in any jurisdiction shall, as to that jurisdiction, be ineffective to the extent of such invalidity, prohibition, or unenforceability, and shall be severed from the balance of this Agreement, all without affecting the remaining provisions of this Agreement or affecting the validity or enforceability of such severed provision in any other jurisdiction. The Parties agree in good faith to promptly reformulate any such invalid, prohibited, or unenforceable provision to preserve the original intentions and objectives of this Agreement and to remove such illegality, invalidity, or unenforceability to the extent possible without materially reducing the value of this Agreement to any Party.

OUR LIABILITY

We do not guarantee any measure of accuracy of our content and information on our website or any associated social media platforms. We do not guarantee accuracy for any warranties, liability, or any other damages caused by violation of this agreement. The following is a list where we do not offer accuracy:

  • Any form of warranty posted on any terms or through any medium which might be implied by law.
  • Roster Point or any of it's employees or contractors do not guarantee that any single player will get drafted into a higher level league. We also do not guarantee that any player will find what they perceive to be perfect conditions.
  • Use of our messaging system is 100% the responsibility of the user. Any physical or mental harm that one perceives to have been done as a result of using our messaging system is the users responsibility. Players under the age of 18 should be have the permission of their parent or guardian to be on this site.
  • Any form of liability attached to any loss or damages from using our website. Said loss or damages have no limitations and result from the posts of other users, by using our website, or any hyperlinks or advertisements that are in any way associated with our website. They can include:

○                Data loss

○                Monetary loss

○                Contract loss

○                Company loss

○                Information breach

○                Income loss

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