Ake Vader  /  14 Oct 2014, 12:40
On Sunday there will be a Refragged Rookie Classic Cup for beginners and extremely low skilled players to take part in. The cup will take place during Sunday evening, with check-in between 18:30-19:00CEST and then the cup is played between 19:00-23:00CEST (depending on amount of participants). The map pool is the classic DM2, DM4, DM6, Aerowalk and ZTNDM3 where people will battle it out in best-of-three maps series in a single-elimination bracket.

Head on over to check out the rules, then register on the site and sign up for the cup! If you already have a user but forgot the password then send an e-mail to info [at] and we will straighten out that issue.

Update: 15 players signed up at the time of writing this (thursday). Don't hesitate to sign up if you're a beginner!
dimman  /  6 Oct 2014, 17:01
Check the latest news @

Happy fraggin!
Andeh  /  3 Oct 2014, 17:00
There hasn't been too many upsets in the DM4 tournament, but there's certainly been a few good games. We are now approaching the last couple of games, and all the top notch players are about to face eachother... Read on for predictions and matchups!
dimman  /  23 Sep 2014, 13:05
Yesterday evening Hooraytio opened the registration for a new season of EQL, number 19 in order.
Get your team together and header over there to sign up!
dirtbox  /  19 Sep 2014, 12:12
Registrations are coming to a close and there is currently only 6 spots left in the upcoming Aerowalk-only 1on1 Tourney. Secure your place now.

The tourney will begin as soon as we get another 6 participants.
Andeh  /  27 Aug 2014, 00:12
The dm2 tournament took slightly longer than expected, especially the last couple of weeks, but it has finally reached its grand final stage.

Read on...
dirtbox  /  22 Jul 2014, 11:34
It is 2014 and Quakeworld players everywhere are still playing with pings much higher than they need to. With some simple configuration changes and the use of ezQuake+qwfwd to automatically find better routes, you can lower your ping by up to 50ms.

I have written the definitive guide to using the best-route functionality of ezQuake+qwfwd which you can read on my blog: How to use qwfwd to improve your ping
bps  /  21 Jul 2014, 11:36
Server software
empezar  /  28 Jun 2014, 12:24
hifi and empezar have been working hard on a new QuakeWorld modification for the past few weeks, and development has come to a stage where the mod needs to be thoroughly tested for bugs. Classic Fortress is basically Team Fortress with a lot of code rewrites, bug fixes and general improvements that make the experience more enjoyable and user friendly. The aim of the project is to provide a complete experience from client to server, much like nQuake. But since ezQuake is not very user friendly when it comes to configuration, a Classic Fortress client has been developed on top of ezQuake 3.0 sources that is solely meant to be used for Classic Fortress games.

It is therefore strongly recommended you use the client package when playing Classic Fortress due to it having several features built-in that makes configuration easier (menu system custom made for Classic Fortress and automatic sbar resizing, to name a few).

Download the client package from The download is 16 mb.

Read more about Classic Fortress on the Classic Fortress wiki.

If you are interested in helping out with beta testing, join the channel #classicfortress.

The public beta server address is

Please use the Classic Fortress client to beta test, as the team wants the whole package to be tested.
Ake Vader  /  15 Jun 2014, 12:35
A new QuakeWorld race tournament has been announced by BogoJoker. He has compiled a list of the race world records on the most common QuakeWorld maps, and his intention with this tournament is to squeeze some more slack out of them where possible. As an extra incentive for all racers out there, there is a prize of $100, $50 and $25 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place respectively. The tournament starts today and runs until 13th July, so you have about a month to polish your personal records and hand them in!

Read more about the tournament in the forum
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