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#9 ESL 6on6 Community Cup #2 EU in TF2 General Discussion

LFT Medic again, 80 ping to eu >:3

posted 1 week ago
#19 The least serious democall ever in Videos
Beaterfurfagthis needs PASS TIME
(shamefulcole, 11000 ticks)

Can you tell me where to download the map(pass_arena2_b4_test2)? I couldn't find it anywhere

posted 1 week ago
#13 IEM Katowice Major Predictions (New Challenger) in CSGO General Discussion
Cloud9 looking epic :)
ViCi farmed against fnatic, well deserved upset

posted 1 week ago
#2 stream add plz in Requests


posted 1 week ago
#2 name change in Requests


posted 1 week ago
#2 Recruiting advice? in TF2 General Discussion

Most of the time the best way to try out a player for your team is by having them play in a tryout scrim with your team. There's no better way to see how a player is going to perform and mesh with your team than by simply playing with them.

What you look for in a player is gonna be dependent on the goals of your team and the skill level you are aiming for, but generally indicators of a player you want to pick up are:

  • players with good attitudes (don't tilt, good at taking/giving constructive criticism)
  • people who are fun to play with
  • players who want to improve
  • players who's schedule lines up with your team's practice/match scheduling goals

I would take any and all of these traits over a very skilled individual player who lacks these qualities. It'll be a lot more enjoyable/educational of an experience picking up players who have good attitudes and have a drive to learn than players who are nuts but have poor attitudes or think they are above their team. Ovbiously skill should play a factor in your decision, but the things I listed above are things I look for no matter who I'm looking to recruit.

In the case of HL it can be difficult as a new leader to know exactly the best pickup for each class is, or even the difference between performances of certain classes, so especially when starting out it's better to look for good teammates over good players (though if you can find people who are both that is the optimal scenario).

posted 1 week ago
#25 ESL EU 6on6 Community Cup #1 in TF2 General Discussion

still lft if any team needs a sub or main, east coast gamer medic main with about 120 ping

posted 2 weeks ago
#8 help russians to get to lan in TF2 General Discussion

If your heavy main does not cosplay as heavy I will be sad :(

posted 2 weeks ago
#40 ESEA Invite S30 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

holy fuck all of the matches tonight were good
When they get uploaded peek the VODs on YouTube, all 4 matches tonight were action packed.
Thanks tons to all of the tftv staff who ran the first 3 stream NA night, and the teams for putting on fantastic shows.
GL heading into the second half of the season!

posted 2 weeks ago
#2 ESEA S30 W4: Kings Crew vs. AyyyyLmao Terror Squad in Matches

side note: TFTV3 has never been used for NA before, to the point where I don't know if we have access to manipulate the nodeCG, i sure don't D:

posted 2 weeks ago
#275 TF2 Players that went on to greater adventures. in TF2 General Discussion
ReflectoShylo was signed to a collegiate overwatch team and got a full ride from his school to play ow. huge congrats to you shylo. I'm sure I'm not the only one that's really proud of you. You're gonna fucking kill it man. Here is a picture from his signing ceremony. GO SHYLO!!!


posted 2 weeks ago
#8252 stream highlights in Videos

posted 2 weeks ago
#2 ESEA S30 W4: Ascent vs. bring back turbine dm in Matches

Skeez cosmetics:

posted 2 weeks ago
#3 IEM Katowice Major Predictions (New Challenger) in CSGO General Discussion

Tim pulls through in these, go c9 :D
I think if Avangar properly show up they can make it through, while NaVi were definitely struggling they were able to take them to 30 rounds and a third map.
Go NiP :)

posted 2 weeks ago
#3 Name Change in Requests

hewwo pootis juniow 0w0

posted 2 weeks ago
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