Kapitan Kloze  /  16 Apr 2024, 13:22
I've written a few words about my latest gear upgrade - a gaming DAC that also can be used for enhanced music experience. Read on and check out my Fosi Audio K5 Pro review.


P.S. Yes, that image is supposed to catch your eye and click it, you wankers :E
sassa  /  15 Apr 2024, 08:28
The Kombat Duel 7 tournament is underway, showcasing top 1on1 Quake players from February 26th to an anticipated finish on April 20th. Organized by Alice, known for her contributions to the Quake map-making scene with popular arenas like Rocka and Aztec, this tournament divides competitors into three divisions based on their skill levels, each battling through a group stage followed by intense single elimination playoffs.

sassa  /  11 Apr 2024, 09:44
The European Quake League Cup 3 is reaching its climax, with the semifinals showcasing intense matchups and drama. Bennett, formerly known as Miltons clan, secured their spot in the finals with a decisive 3-1 victory over Suddendeath. Meanwhile, Firing Squad edged out Polonez in a nail-biting 3-2 series, setting the stage for an epic showdown in the tournament's final round.
Kapitan Kloze  /  3 Apr 2024, 15:44
I've been testing HE keyboards for quite some time now and I've finally come to some conclusions. Check the Boog75 review.

sassa  /  14 Mar 2024, 12:06
The European Quake League Cup, EQL Cup 3, is back for a thrilling 4on4 tournament running from March 18th to April 21st, 2024. Featuring intense matches across divisions, including a seeding round and BO5 playoffs, with a special GO3 group stage for Division 3. Maps like DM2, DM3, E1M2, SCHLOSS, and AZTEC will challenge teams. Get ready for fierce competition and showcase your skills!


The EQL Cup invites teams to engage in the classic 4on4 format, marking its third installment. This edition, as last, introduces a structure, starting with a seeding round to determine quarterfinal placements, ensuring a balanced and competitive tournament.

Division 3 offers a unique twist with a GO3 group stage leading into intense BO5 playoffs, accommodating teams of varying strengths. The selected maps, including the strategic depths of DM2, DM3, E1M2, SCHLOSS, and AZTEC, are set to provide a diverse battleground for participants.
RaggA  /  11 Mar 2024, 20:31
Time to grab a beer, pull up a chair and join Professor Macler for a lesson in Polish oaths. Yes, signups are now open for QW LAN Party Poland 2024!
toma  /  10 Mar 2024, 08:29
We are happy to announce a new version of MVDSV, 1.00!

We thought that it is time to make an official release, and drop the 0.xx versioning. We all have been using mvdsv since years, so it was worthy for a 1.xx version tag.

Full changelog
Precompiled binaries

Big thanks for all the contributors!
toma  /  10 Mar 2024, 07:53
After a year of silence (okay, 17 months). we are happy to announce a new version of the Best QW Mod Ever, KTX!

Full changelog
Precompiled binaries

Big thanks for all the contributors!
Kapitan Kloze  /  6 Mar 2024, 15:56

As you know, I like to test gaming equipment and I always try to tweak my setup. Here are my thoughts on a smaller GPX replacement coming from China. Take a look!

Mchose AX5 Pro Max review
sassa  /  27 Feb 2024, 14:59
As the QuakeWorld community gears up for the third season of Qenya Wars, the tournament's bold move to incorporate Kenya maps has ignited a spectrum of reactions among players. Kenya maps, those not originally included in Quake's initial release, promise a refreshing divergence from the traditional map pool. To capture the essence of this shift and its impact on the community, we reached out to a diverse group of players, taking their insights on the addition of these maps to the competitive arena.


Responses varied from enthusiastic endorsements of the variety and fresh challenges presented by Kenya maps, to cautious optimism and outright reluctance. Veterans like Mushi and Timmi reflect on the fun and strategic diversity these maps bring, reminiscent of past successes and the potential for upset victories. Others, such as Flamer and Pattah, express straightforward enjoyment, highlighting the maps' ability to rejuvenate the game's competitive scene. Meanwhile, players like Reppie and Dirtbox offer a more reserved stance, signaling a preference for traditional play or outright skepticism towards the new additions.

Yet, with these varied perspectives, a common theme emerges: the quest for a competitive edge and the enjoyment of mastering new terrains. ParadokS and Razor touch on the crucial aspect of competitiveness, noting that the real fun begins when teams develop and employ advanced strategies, suggesting that a well-understood map pool can enhance the competitive experience. On the other hand, Max_Power and Gosciu point out the learning curve and the necessity of thoughtful map design to ensure enjoyment and fairness.

As Qenya Wars 3 unfolds, it's clear that the introduction of Kenya maps is more than just a twist in the tournament format—it's a moment for the QuakeWorld community to embrace change, challenge norms, and perhaps redefine what competitive play means in QuakeWorld.

The detailed insights from our interviews with the players will follow below
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