RaggA  /  27 Nov 2021, 23:28

Greetings Quakers. Grab your partners by the hand, the Time2Hammer 2on2 League is back in 2022 for a 3rd season!
Link  /  18 Nov 2021, 15:00
Signup is ready for the very first Qlan War Tournament. Discord is also up and we already got some clans up and running. The first tournament starts the 2nd week of January.
Link  /  15 Nov 2021, 09:51

The question must be asked. My first LAN party was in February 1997 when the Norwegian quake scene came together for the first time…and now nearly 25 years later I am thinking I just attended the best LAN party ever in some godforsaken place in the middle of Poland.
Andeh  /  11 Nov 2021, 09:54
The 5th edition of the sdCup will take place on the 12th of December.

It'll be played on The Frozen Five, a set of modified maps by bps.

For more information and signups, please check out the QWiki entry of the tournament.
Link  /  8 Nov 2021, 13:04

What better way to kick off the new year than some ultimate quakeworld carnage. It is time for the 2nd edition of the Kombat FFA tournament.
bps  /  22 Oct 2021, 18:42
GrL gives us the following update to the 11 - 14 November LAN in Radomsko:
We are getting closer to LAN Party in Poland. Those who would like to come but haven't signed up or paid yet - please do so. If you plan to come and you need equipment, let us know and we'll see what we can do.
Link  /  14 Oct 2021, 11:12
You read it right, its time for the 4on4 scene to try and put some life back into the totally frozen clan scene. Call it clans or teams or whatever, but now players can get to form their own squads again. But, there will be a minor restriction, because the days of 4on4 rapes are over.
ocoini  /  3 Oct 2021, 20:59,h_694,q_70,strp/stockholm_alien_growth_by_yonaz_ddufol2-pre.jpg?token=eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJzdWIiOiJ1cm46YXBwOjdlMGQxODg5ODIyNjQzNzNhNWYwZDQxNWVhMGQyNmUwIiwiaXNzIjoidXJuOmFwcDo3ZTBkMTg4OTgyMjY0MzczYTVmMGQ0MTVlYTBkMjZlMCIsIm9iaiI6W1t7ImhlaWdodCI6Ijw9NzcyIiwicGF0aCI6IlwvZlwvZGMzOGU1NjAtMGYzZi00ZTU3LWIzMTEtODQ5NjQ3Yjc0NzJhXC9kZHVmb2wyLWUyYzJiMTk1LThlYzItNDdlMy1hY2Y5LWJjNDQ3YzM2ZmFiYS5wbmciLCJ3aWR0aCI6Ijw9MTI4MCJ9XV0sImF1ZCI6WyJ1cm46c2VydmljZTppbWFnZS5vcGVyYXRpb25zIl19.MGqvbGqtxu2qZvfGM9dnWYJeN6n8peya0MNi8FIXPUI

Another merry season of 4on4 QuakeWorld joy is upon us!
An opinion prediction article on all the Division one teams.
HangTime  /  8 Sep 2021, 09:33
With the European summer drawing to a close, it is now time to launch another season of the Get Quad! Draft league.
As with prior seasons, players will be drafted into teams and this time the map pool is the classic 'big three' of dm3, e1m2 and dm2.

Head over to the signup page by Saturday 18th September to register.

Spread the word to other players who may be interested!
Andeh  /  9 Aug 2021, 10:09

Whenever a huge tournaments is about to happen, there's always a strange sense of calmness before it starts. Preparations have been made for weeks, sometimes months, and you feel like you've prepared everything to a tee. No stone left unturned, no hole to cover up, nothing can go wrong. As always, it's just the calm before the storm. Let's talk about what happened.

The day started as any other hectic tournament normally starts - with chaos. The minute we said go, the tournament bracket homepage went offline. A few minutes later, we got the sad news that GT had to forfeit the tournament citing real life reasons. Throw some server issues into the mix and you've got yourself a normal start to a massive and hectic tournament. But, once the problems were resolved, the tournament moved very smoothly, much thanks to the awesome QuakeCon staff member FreAk who helped direct players to servers while managing the bracket at the same time. He used four monitors - one for the stream, discord, bracket, and an enormous list that I had provided him with including every player's location, every server that was to be used for any potential matchup, and even from which part of the US American players were playing from - and had to work hard to keep up with the intense pace of the tournament. What a trooper. I'm sure nobody could have guessed that this was actually his first time in a role like that. He truly did a splendid job.

The stream was also hard pressed to manage things. Game commentary was lacking quite a bit due to having to manage rulings, rematches, and answering several other questions that always get asked when players don't read the rule book properly before entering a tournament. It's easy to forget that information being out there does not equal all players taking part of that information. This is not an isolated QuakeWorld thing. The ESL mails out physical rule books that participants are required to read through if they are to participate in an event. One can understand that this is the boring part of signing up for a tournament - you just want to play some games - but it does put organizers in a difficult position. It becomes a whack-a-mole of answering questions that are already answered in the rule book that players are expected to read, and in a relatively small scene, it's not like you can start punishing players for not reading the information that is available to them. But, I personally was and to some extent still am a player, and I can understand signing up for tournaments without necessarily reading every single word in a rule book.

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