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#8 Throwback in TF2 General Discussion

If you are interested in the inspiration for our coL vlog:

posted about 3 years ago
#42 tf2 dream team? in TF2 General Discussion

medic: Sigma
pocket: Mike
roamer: TLR
demo: Reptile
scouts: clockwork, enigma

posted about 3 years ago
#2 we're front page news in TF2 General Discussion

posted about 3 years ago
#31 Map location nicknames in TF2 General Discussion

You thought wrong.

posted about 3 years ago
#29 Map location nicknames in TF2 General Discussion

On FLOW and Mixup we general called everything by position rather than having names for everything. We did this so no matter what map we played we could still call. Far left, left, midleft, mid, midright, right, Far right. Only really works if your team is very team oriented.

Yet there were some areas that were very crucial to call and really couldnt be named by position. So we decided to come up with easy 1-2 syllable words unrelated to other calls that would trigger a quick response from teammates. You know that feeling when you confuse a call, WaIt DiD You Mean TRucK, WaiT I THoughT it Was Car, et cetera.

It is called China because China is easy to say and China owns most US debt, stranglehold position. It was not called China until the upper area was updated to Cliff and China. Japan is behind china, and is rarely called but still is good in case you have someone in house or your med is trying to run.

It is called Africa because it is dark, and lower on 2nd point. Africa is 3 syllables but still is easy to say, so when someone is trying to flank you or catch you off guard, everyone knows what you're saying.

It is called Al Qaeda because for some time process played very slow, where combos would rotate into sewer, back to mid, back to sewer, back to mid, et cetera. And then all of a sudden a fucking roamer is flying through the sky coming after your demo/med, and you're like, woah, I thought you said they were mid. So yeah, its kind of like a terrorist attack.

posted about 3 years ago
#67 Powah needs your help in Off Topic

Sponsoring and leading a team should be commended. Not enough people lead teams in this game. It is hard "work."

Powah should be able to get donations from his fans and people who care about his streaming without being directly berated.

From a personal standpoint, I feel that everyone should be in a position to make a 100 dollar purchase if you're leisure activities are pushing 40-70 hours a week. But it is his life, so yolo.

posted about 3 years ago
#39 Razer Arena - TF2 Frag Fest (EU&NA) in TF2 General Discussion

Hello Dilusive,

After a little web work it seems you are in charge of business development for Gaming Grids and also personally co founded Exertus Esports. You probably highly experienced at gaming community development and so thank you for thinking TF2 should be apart of your current venture with Razer Arena.

I wanted to highlight a couple issues which honestly transcend beyond the application of your tournament website.
The first of which is that the competitive TF2 community is a small tight knit community that really has never had vast numbers of players since it is hard for public play to translate into a competitive environment. The direction of the game as a whole went one direction and the competitive community went another. To the vast majority it is near impossible to find "fun" in comp tf2, let alone think about competing against people who play 40 hours a week.

The schedule of TF2 comp players is already highly saturated. For many seasons now comp players have had to deal with the fact that 6v6 and Highlander overlap and in some cases cause strain when it comes to having a team to compete in an "event." When you add in H1Z1, dota, and the other games people play, there is little to no room for more competition. At certain point people just want to enjoy their leisure time by moving a blob around a screen devouring other blobs.

ESEA has a monopoly on high-end comp TF2. The service is a joke in many regards but still serves as the staple of North American 6's TF2. Toss in ETF2L for Europe and you've got the two most popular leagues for TF2. ESEA usually provides little to no break between seasons. If I remember correctly during season13, it was a 4 day break for registration. I honestly cannot comment on ETF2L, but can only say that the league has done quite well for about 78 seasons now. Point being, if it comes down to playing in an event, people will always defer to ESEA, since it is considered the best, and people are paying for it. Value is implied.

The timing is also off. Right now is ESEA playoffs. People should be focusing on competing and trying to place as high as they can, take a break from high-end competition, and then come back refreshed to compete again. The last thing people are thinking of is to compete in an event that has no cash prize and no benefit (as far as I know). And even if there was a cash prize, all that would happen is that froyotech or ascent plays, wins the money, gets donations, and goes back to their routine.

What is the benefit of Razer Arena? From what I can see it is a partnership between Razer and Gaming Grids to try and compete with other web based tournament platforms in terms of amount of users and sponsors. If you provide no value, no one will play. Is there a 500 dollar startup tournament? Is there a community outreach podcast? Has Lord Enigma signed off on Razer Arena?

Organizations and sponsors have tried to help TF2 in the past, some have done more than others. But it is always the case that people are looking out for just themselves. If you are hoping for 40 teams to sign up, you need to get the "illuminated" members of the TF2 community on board. It goes much further than just posting on ETF2L or TFTV. Razer is a popular name worth over a BILLION dollars. So sorry if I come across as asking for a handout, but 95 percent of this community is likely satisfied with UGC and ESEA.

As a consumer, I am prepared to spend one more night a week playing TF2 on the Razer Arena, but I haven't been convinced, mostly because UGC satisfies that NEED.

posted about 3 years ago
#26 showstopper AMA in Off Topic

What does clockwork have to do to get back to his past form of being a top10 scout?

posted about 3 years ago
#4 Florida Lan 2016 Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

If you're even contemplating South-south Florida, you need to have it in Fort Lauderdale. Much less traffic than Miami, easier to get to for people traveling farther distance, and likely less costly in terms of venue. Plus it's not like were going to South Beach or something. Keep up the good work Miggy :)

posted about 3 years ago
#11 ESEA Invite S19 Midseason Power Rankings! in News
PYYYOURWrite up is good but apparently you don't have the hookup on the drama
posted about 3 years ago
#5 ESEA Invite S19 Midseason Power Rankings! in News

Write up is good but you apparently you don't have the hookup on the drama

posted about 3 years ago
#52 Send Jdawg to i55 in TF2 General Discussion

As much as this thread is aids, I think it would be pretty cool, in addition to Ascent and Yolotech, to send a member or members of our community to compete and hang out at Insomnia.

posted about 3 years ago
#17 NA Shuffle in CSGO General Discussion

Mustard can you support Professor Chaos joining CLG and therefore this is the only real option for Hiko?

posted about 3 years ago
#11 Mumble Overlay Not working? in Customization

I fixed this last week. Go to your mumble overlay exceptions and make sure hl2.exe is not blacklisted. Your welcome. Go with christ.

posted about 3 years ago
#174 ESEA-I S19 Happenings/Predictions in TF2 General Discussion

Serenityserene do you mentor?

posted about 3 years ago
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