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#4 Fight Songs Expansion + Music sheets in TF2 General Discussion

as promised, here they are
also, all in one archive

posted 8 months ago
#3 Fight Songs Expansion + Music sheets in TF2 General Discussion
Console-fuck sibelius, MuseScore and Finale gang only

amen! I'm going to port those to MuseScore and put up on musescore.com for those who's into stuff like this

posted 8 months ago
#92 job thread in Off Topic

I was stuck with a lot of the shittiest programming jobs in my place for almost 5 years. 2 months back I got a job offer from a massive ass software company I applied to at the beginning of the summer. I never could have imagined a company would care for me enough to pay for my relocation over 6.5k km away from my town and offer me a job with the salary almost 3 fucking times as much as I used to have.
It was a nightmare of a relocation: selling everything I have including my car, apartment, all the tech stuff I've accumulated over many years in less than 2 weeks. But now I'm here, finally able to play TF2 with ping less than 120 and never having a spare hour to play it.

Can't say that it was just TF2 that has gotten me into web development, but I can for sure say that I have learned a shitload of things working on various hobby projects for this videogame. Thank u videogame, those 8 years aren't wasted for nothing.

posted about a year ago
#1 Flexible pick/ban system for pugs and streams in Projects

Turns out, there's a web-based system to pick/ban maps for most popular esport/competitive titles.

And it turns out they have recently added TF2.
Pretty flexible, you can fully customize pick/ban order, team names/logos and best of X. After creating your pick/ban you get a handful of links for team captains to pick/ban in real time as well as viewers' link to observe the results live. There is also an optional OBS/something else overlay if you want to include this into your stream, The UI looks kinda rough though, I can't imagine it actually being used in a serious broadcast, but I imagine that would be nice to have for scrims or small tourneys.

Shoutout to Wiethoofd who sent me this.

posted about a year ago
#14 Moscow LAN 2019 in LAN Discussion
NeuTronas200The participation fee per team is 8400 RUB (123 EUR, including conversion rate fees), which makes it the cheapest LAN that has ever existed!
In Moscow? Because I'm sure Infoshow LANs in Lithuania were cheaper for the team.
Though the given computers are better here. It's not expensive as for a team.

Yeah, not gonna lie, I have no idea how much did that cost back than. Wasn't it back in like 2014-15? I'm pretty sure the cost of everything went up drastically. But yeah, anyway, it's still the cheapest one up to the modern standards!

mattomiesable to donate this year? :o

If you are seeking to get something like an in-game pin, we do have awesome medals ready for this year, including the one that you can get by funding the prize pool. But with all the recent changes to Valve's position on adding new stuff in, we can't really promise anything just yet, unless we find another good way to reward our supporters. There definitely will be a way to donate as soon as we figure out the perks we'll be able to offer.

posted about a year ago
#8 Jackie Chan in Off Topic
klassyWHAT HUD?!

budhud by Whisker

posted about a year ago
#9 Moscow LAN 2019 in LAN Discussion

Fees have now been finalized!

The participation fee per team is 8400 RUB (123 EUR, including conversion rate fees), which makes it the cheapest LAN that has ever existed!
This grants you an access to a solid gaming rig and a 2-day event pass. The rentals are free! You can still bring your peripherals (which is recommended).

PC Specs:

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Intel Core i7 6700 (3.4 Ghz)
GTX 1080 (8 Gb)
16 Gb RAM
128 Gb SSD
2 Tb HDD

ASUS ROG PG258Q Monitor (240Hz)

Centurion headset, Claymore Core keyboard, Gladius II mouse
DXRacer chairs

Spectating is free.

P.S.: You can now language-filter channels in our Discord so feel free to post your #lfp and #lfts!

posted about a year ago
#5 Moscow LAN 2019 in LAN Discussion

With everything confirmed and venue rent paid, it's safe to say that it's happening!
Come over, we have cheap alcohol and eXtine on board!

posted about a year ago
#2 Surf's Up! 2019 in e-Sports


posted about 2 years ago
#5 Eu Mixes Cup #1 sponsored by serveme.tf in TF2 General Discussion

I would like to take a moment to appreciate this cup bot name and avatar


posted about 2 years ago
#2 Moscow LAN 2019 in LAN Discussion

We have produced several frag movies (not just Russian players only) to showcase them during match breaks. You can check them out down below.

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And we're still seeking for more frags! Please submit your demos here.

posted about 2 years ago
#1 Moscow LAN 2019 in LAN Discussion


August 10th-11th
Moscow, Winstrike Arena
Prizepool: TBA

Moscow LAN is an annual Team Fortress 2 tournament taking place in Moscow (obviously).

Summer 2018 LAN took place in Cyberspace Riviera with more than 60 participants coming in to claim the title and fight for the sweet money and the glory. We had in-game medals too!

People tend to learn by their mistakes. We had both positive and negative feedback regarding the event and took our time to plan as much as we can in advance. We're expanding out production and tournament quality, speaking and working with talented community enthusiasts.


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  • 123 EUR team fee
  • Free rentals
  • 6v6, mostly ETF2L rules

The last day will be covered on KritzKast.


For more info & signups check out our Discord server.



posted about 2 years ago
#20 Banned from TF2C for "voting MN on a Harvest pub" in TF2 General Discussion

They banned me without a warning for playing harmonica in mumbe (that was in pregame and everyone seemed to enjoy it!)

posted about 2 years ago
#1 Moscow LAN 2019 democall in Videos

Good news everyone! We're coming back this summer.
Dates are TBA, this time the event will be way more foreigner-friendly (and hopefully not too close to iseries).

But that's out of this thread's topic.
We're looking into producing one or more frag movies that will be presented live on the LAN arena. We have production guys and everything.
If you have a desire to appear on a big screen in front of bunch of TF2 nerds, submit your demos following this format:

1. Name
2. Region
3. Div and team (league links do work as well, but bear in mind we'll use your current or latest active team in this case)
4. Link to a demo (something not instantly expiring, google drive or mega is a great way to go)
5. Demo ticks and an explaination of what happened
6. Optional but hightly recommended: a video sample of your sick moment. Any quality/config/resolution works as long as it is visible.

Shoot us an email with your frags : demos@moscow.tf

Thanks and hopefully cu@

posted about 2 years ago
#11 very cool and exciting speedruns to watch in Other Games


posted about 2 years ago
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