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Article 1 - Definition of the Bylaws

According to what is stated in the Constitution, the Bylaws shall be established and possibly amended by the Board of Directors and is intended to regulate various elements not explicitly stated in the Constitution, including those relating to the internal administration of the Association.

The Bylaws have the same binding properties as the Constitution of the Association (hereinafter called "the League").


Section 2 – Contribution Amount

To date, the amount of annual dues shall be as follows:

  • For those not benefiting from an agreement with another association, 10 €.
  • For persons having an association, it is dependent on the agreement with the affiliate.

Registration is valid for the duration of the current fiscal year or calendar year from January 1 to December 31.


Article 3 - Services Provided

The League offers its members the following services:

  • Goodies and the ability to purchase materials related to Dungeon Twister.
  • Organization of events and help from the organization with logistical support.
  • Communication via the League’s web services.
  • Opportunity to win additional prizes at events organized with the support of the League.
  • Services are subject change and are not limited to the above.

All services provided by the League are focused around Dungeon Twister.


Article 4 - Distribution & Responsibilities - Charter & Morality -

A Member may never become an official correspondent of the League without the authorization of the Board.

The electronic forum hosted by the League is based on common principles: respect for certain values and morals. Without falling into a crude and uncompromising puritanical stance, the content of any message can in no way contain any views or matter that are pornographic or pedophilic, defamatory or offensive, intentionally extremist, religious or political, contrary to current laws or rights.

This also applies to written documents and lists available to League subscribers. Violation of these simple rules will lead to immediate cancellation of services, which is final and not subject to appeal by the Member or User.

The Federation, through its technical support team commissioned by the Board, reserves the right to:

  • Suspend any messages that could endanger the communication network, without notifying the user or the sender.
  • Delete a public contribution that would jeopardize the functions of the League, which is not ethically proper as governed by the law of associations approved in 1901, or that would contravene the law governing them.
  • Suspend the account of a member that may jeopardize the functioning of the association.

In addition, the Charter defines these rules to follow in order to post on the forums.

You can see the website of the association at the following location: Repeatedly or seriously infringing upon correct Netiquette (and especially, no writing in correct language) despite numerous courteous reminders and helpful moderators may lead to removal of the User, for the sole purpose of protecting other Users. The User is solely responsible for his writings and his actions.

Any transfer of information or files by using email or the Web remains the responsibility of the sender or the publisher of the content.

The League is not responsible for the dissemination of data and information, and will declare as such at all times.


Article 5 - Technical Decisions

The League, by nature and by choice, chooses to work and communicate through available electronic networks, and principally through the Internet.

The email address must be maintained and updated correctly. A notice convening a general meeting which has not been received due to a technical problem on the side of the member may call into question the holding of this meeting or its compliance with the statutes.

Any change of address must be sent via email or postal mail to the Board.

Each operational message (membership confirmation, call to a meeting ..) will be sent 3 times if technical problems are evident, before abandoning that address


Article 6 - CNIL and personal data

In accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, called the Data Protection Act, Members and Users have a right of consultation, modification and removal of all personal data provided to them by the League during their registration to a mailing list or any other service.

The Member should nevertheless be aware that its data will be released:

  • To other players (Members or not) through the player database used to look for opponents.
  • For Referees residing in the same region as the Member.


Article 7 - Safety and security

The League is committed to ensuring optimal functioning of its services, but according to common practices on the Internet, it can not be held responsible for any malfunction of the technical system it offers. The User or Member can not seek a rebate or any other compensation for any interruption of services.

The User is solely responsible for his machine and its working environment. Improper installation on the User's computer, a computer virus or other problem cannot be the subject of complaints of any kind against the League.

The League can not provide any maintenance service; maintenance and functioning of personal computers are the sole responsibility of the user.


Article 8 - Availability of these Bylaws

These Bylaws are made publicly available on the website of the League from the time of its inception. Any user can obtain a duplicate printed on paper (similar to the Constitution) or by postal request by sending an envelope with two stamps at the current rate, to:
President's Address


Article 9 - Head of the League

With reference to Article 4 of the Constitution, the headquarters of the association is: President's Address



As provided in the Constitution, three elements contribute to the administration of the League:

  • The Board of Directiors (CA), composed of elected Members of the Bureau, is the legislative body of the Federation. Its members are elected in the manner defined in the Constitution in Articles 11, 13 and 14.
    They are elected officers chosen at the Annual General Meeting and have an advisory role on all problems regarding the administration of the League. Their vote is required for any change to the Constitution and on any issue requested by the President's Office. Decisions are taken by simple majority.
    In case of a tie vote, the President casts the deciding vote. Postal votes are allowed, either by mail or electronically. If voting is by secret ballot, voting by mail are considered best in order to maintain anonymity. A Board member present who voted by mail may cancel his postal vote at the general meeting.
  • The Board supports the daily work of the directors of the League. This includes the establishment and coordination of services provided in Article 3.
  • The Staff, whose members are appointed by the Board, helps the League to achieve its mission. Anyone given a task by the Board (and accepting it) needs to communicate as soon as possible if there is a delay or inability to perform the task. In the same vein, any request for assistance is necessary if a problem occurs. Any transgression of these two rules may result in sanctions from the Board.


Article 11 - Regional Managers

Regional managers are the representatives to the League of their geographical area (see Article 12 of these Bylaws for details on the different geographical areas).

Regional managers are elected by the Board by simple majority after consulting with members of their zone.

Where no Member is present in an area, the Board of Directors will decide whether to include that zone with other area, or to appoint a member who may already be Regional Manager to work in that zone.

The roles of a Regional Manager are:

  • Represent the League in his geographical area. As such, he will help organize local events (demonstrations, tournaments, ...) and communicate with key stakeholders of the district (such as partner stores of the League).
  • Go to tournaments reported on the League website when there is not appointed Referee.
  • Name the official Referee of the League for his defined geographical area.

To help them in their task, regional leaders can appoint members who will become alternates. These should be reported to the Board and the Office. Alternates will have the task to assist the Regional Manager in their geographical area.

If a Regional Manager is absent or does not fulfill his duties (by choice or negligence), one of his Deputies may be appointed by the Board of Directors to replace him. If the Regional Manager did not designate a Substitute, the CA is responsible for appointing a substitute.


Article 12 - Districts

This article is not meant to remain fixed over a long period of time and may be changed if there is a need.

The geographical areas are:

Name / Departments / countries covered

For France : North, Northwest & Paris / Southwest / Southeast / East, Northeast /
Benelux: Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg,
Iles Anglo-Saxon / UK, Eire, Iceland
Southern Europe / Spain, Portugal, Italy
Scandinavia (Sweden/Denmark/...)
Canada (up to 3 leaders! Eastern, Central, West)
USA (Six divisions: Northwest, Southwest, Northeast, Southeast, South Central, and North Central/Great Lakes)
Latin and Central America


Article 13 – Refereeing Organizers (or Official Referees)

Official referees are appointed by their Regional Manager or the Board of Directors if there is no Regional Manager in an area or the Regional Manager is absent. The role of referees or organizers are:

  • Referee DTL, tournaments, Opens, and Championships organized by the League.
  • Announce and submit tournaments on the League website. This includes:
    • The list of participants, with the names and nicknames of the participants as well as postal and email addresses of those who participated for the first time at an event.
    • The list of games played and the scores, listed by round.
    • The final standings of the event.
  • Referees or organizers that have encountered problems with the application of sections of the Tournament Code are invited to report to the League the name of the players involved, the problem, and a possible penalty.

If an referee or organizer is absent or does not fulfill his duties (by choice or negligence), the Regional Manager in that region may request his removal to the Board of Directors.