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#66 They Are Living Among Us in The Dumpster

among us

posted 4 months ago
#17 Why do people private their steam profiles? in TF2 General Discussion

I private my profile because I dont want angry nerds to literally stalk my friends just to get to me cuz they're mad. People do stupid shit when theyre upset

posted 4 months ago
#5 democracy in TF2 General Discussion


posted 4 months ago
#24 anyone listen to any new good music lately? in Off Topic

Not new music but I've been listening to this set over and over.


posted 4 months ago
#10 REMINDER in Off Topic

I love my mother, I dont love a bitch

posted 4 months ago
#30 astre oh no. in TF2 General Discussion

How do you get to the point where you feel compelled to cheat in Team Fortress 2. I never understood that. Trying to hide it and make yourself seem like a good player. I would understand people that cheat in pubs because they get satisfaction from the frustration created but cheating and hiding it and pretending it's actually you hitting the shots for self gratitude is a foreign concept to me personally. Either way, lmao.

posted 4 months ago
#91 seriously? in TF2 General Discussion
knsumeLewspending an hour writing my comedy magnum opus so i can get downfragged on tftv

I just googled "Blizzard apology copy paste" and changed Blizzard to RGL and changed the player's name to Aim. I wanted to highlight the juxtaposition of a fake lengthy apology that means nothing regarding the RGL stance. In the end I got owned by downfrags. Circle of life continues.

posted 4 months ago
#86 seriously? in TF2 General Discussion

Hello RGL Community . . .

I want to take a few minutes to talk to all of you about the Aim ban this past weekend. On Monday, we made the decision to take action against a player named Aim and two shoutcasters after the player shared his views on what’s happening in RGL not our official broadcast channel.

At RGL, our vision is “to bring the world together through epic entertainment.” And we have core values that apply here: Think Globally; Lead Responsibly; and importantly, Every Voice Matters, encouraging everybody to share their point of view. The actions that we took over the weekend are causing people to question if we are still committed to these values. We absolutely are and I will explain.

Our esports programs are an expression of our vision and our values. Esports exist to create opportunities for players from around the world, from different cultures, and from different backgrounds, to come together to compete and share their passion for gaming. It is extremely important to us to protect these channels and the purpose they serve: to bring the world together through epic entertainment, celebrate our players, and build diverse and inclusive communities.

As to how those values apply in this case:

Every Voice Matters, and we strongly encourage everyone in our community to share their viewpoints in the many places available to express themselves. However, the non-official broadcast needs to be about RGL and to be a place where all are welcome. In support of that, we want to keep the non-official channels focused on the game.

Second, what is the role of shoutcasters for these broadcasts?

We hire shoutcasters to amplify the excitement of the game. They elevate the watchability and help the esports viewing experience stay focused on the tournament and our amazing players.

Third, were our actions based on the content of the message?

Part of Thinking Globally, Leading Responsibly, and Every Voice Matters is recognizing that we have players and fans in almost every country in the world. Our goal is to help players connect in areas of commonality, like their passion for our games, and create a sense of shared community.

The specific views expressed by Aim were NOT a factor in the decision we made. I want to be clear: our relationships in TF2 had no influence on our decision.

We have these rules to keep the focus on the game and on the tournament to the benefit of a global audience, and that was the only consideration in the actions we took.

If this had been the opposing viewpoint delivered in the same divisive and deliberate way, we would have felt and acted the same.

One of our goals at RGL is to make sure that every player, everywhere in the world, regardless of political views, religious beliefs, race, gender, or any other consideration always feels safe and welcome both competing in and playing our games.

At RGL, we are always listening and finding ways to improve—it is part of our culture. Thank you for your patience with us as we continue to learn.



posted 4 months ago
#69 TF2 Repent Thread in TF2 General Discussion

I chase a single demo into a choke point with 5 of his teammate as scout

posted 5 months ago
#2 TF2 Repent Thread in TF2 General Discussion

I insulted a TF2Center admin and I regret nothing

posted 7 months ago
#1 TF2 Repent Thread in TF2 General Discussion

Let us repent from our sin. What is your TF2 sin?

posted 7 months ago
#1 What keeps you waking up in Off Topic

I was wondering what made you wake up in the morning, what goals you have or maybe a person that motivates you.

posted 8 months ago
#21 november resolution in Off Topic

I want to beat Redd on badlands mid

posted 8 months ago
#64 is the game's community still racist? in TF2 General Discussion

man, racism is everywhere. Of course it's still racist bruh

posted 8 months ago
#8 botmode has reached 10,000 hours in Off Topic

Its impressive and sad at the same time. Congrats!

posted about 2 years ago
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