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  1. Name: UF Boot Camp Season 1 Quarter Finals 2FNRaw vs UNiTY on America's Army Category: Urgent Fury Date Added: 2019-01-30 Submitter: shane UF Boot Camp Season 1 Quarter Finals 2FNRaw vs UNiTY on America's Army
  2. The last week and a half or more have been really crappy for me. I live in Vegas, and its damn hot here. We left a couple of computer’s on when we left the house Monday before last. The A/C went down, then my daughter’s PC and mine over heated and burnt out some components. It took most of 4 days to get the A/C back and another 3 to get the parts to fix both my daughters PC and Mine. I’ve been busy with college classes since then, and I thought my troubles were behind me. Then the **** hit the fan. Specifically, Esports ****. It had in fact been hitting the fan during the entire time I was offline. It probably started just before I went offline, and I was blissfully unaware. My main concern is competitive gaming, Esports (even though I hate to call it that), and a lot of bad things have been happening in Esports lately. I decided to run through these things even if they’re a couple of weeks old, because it touches on some arguments I have had in the past regarding competition and competitive players intolerance for noob and casual players. It’s not a one sided argument either. The link below is the first part. It’s a video of supposedly “professional gamers,” team impact, at a supposedly “professional event,” going off on their opponents and the crowd of spectators and fans. Without those same spectators and fans they wouldn’t be where they are to talk the trash that they are. Their Sponsors were NOT pleased, and it looks like they’re going to lose one of their team members if it hasn’t happened already. The worst thing is that the event organizers didn’t step in to stop them, even when they started trash talking the crowd. These guys are basically cutting off their nose to spite their face. It’s not exactly E for everyone, so if that bothers you don’t watch. http://www.charlieintel.com/2013/08/12/team-epsilon-takes-trash-talking-to-a-new-level-at-umg-atlanta/ Update: End of story, Epsilon dropped the entire team, and two members have left the team. Here’s an article about it. http://www.charlieintel.com/2013/08/12/team-epsilon-takes-trash-talking-to-a-new-level-at-umg-atlanta/ In 2007 WSVG’s season opener in Wuhan China had 100,000 live spectators, that’s 100,000 people actually attended the tournament. By august that same year WSVG was burnt toast. In their last tournament they had technical problems, and the tournament was delayed for most of a day. They finished but they lost their sponsors and that was it. WSVG never recovered. I never found out if they managed to pay off the prize money, but people were complaining about that for months afterward. Sponsors have ditched their obligations for less, and organizers have screwed the pouch on that a time or two themselves. That first video in this post is an illustration of how the players themselves can screw these things up for a lot of others besides themselves. The quote below is from a Starcraft2 write-up on reddit, it’s 10 months old. I’ve included a link in the quote. If you’re reading this entire post, and going thru the links, you’ll find out why this write-up turns out to be nearly prophetic. They’re having some problems, and they’re not the only ones. Present day… MLG has no fall season. There is an invitational tournament for BOPS2 and Dota2 at Winter Park, Florida. That’s it. The prize purses are smaller than usual and the dates were conflicting with a UMG tournament schedule, no one was happy about that. The invitational will also have an impact on seeding for the next season. MLG has dropped SC2, (See the prophetic write-up above) and the rumor is that “riot games” has pulled LoL out of MLG. I haven’t seen confirmation of that yet, regardless, they still don’t have a fall season, and LoL is conspicuously absent from the invitational. I’m virtually certain that MLG is also experiencing issues with their sponsors over this. I’m coming from the Xbox community and I haven’t got a PlayStation yet. Anyone here that can tell me what games on PlayStation now, or planned for future release, have the potential for serious professional competition? I’d appreciate any comments, or explanation/discussion about it, and If I could trouble you for any links for supporting articles or video’s, that would be even better.
  3. About the Event FraggedNation is proud to present the Grid 2 "Playstation Community Challenge Series" that will occur throughout the month of June. This event is challenging you to weekly events where we either race together or we provide you with a challenge to win some DLC codes for the game. The community event will be led by Playstation MVPs and our main focus is creating weekly events that breed competition inside of the community. Event Details Registration To register for this event, Playstation gamers simply need to click the sign-up link below for the corresponding week they are going to participate in the event. Only the current event will be available for sign-ups. Once an event is over, the next one will open. Week 1: Community Challenge Video Submission (Best Drift) Event Date: June 3-9, 2013 Rules for Week 1: - Upload your best drift onto your YouTube account - Submit your video to the following thread on the PS Forums: LINK HERE - Only three submissions allowed per user (Just update your initial post if more than one video) - MVPs will choose the best overall video based on vehicle look, drift ability of user, track drift accomplished on and community reactions in forums - Winning drifter will receive some DLC codes for their hard work - This event runs from June 3rd until June 9th. Competition closes at 9am June 9th EST. If you have questions, please ensure you post on the PS Forums. Future Dates of Interest Week 2: Community Challenge Event Date: June 10-16, 2013 Sign Up: Coming Soon Week 3: Community Play Day Event Date: 20 June 2013 Sign Up: Coming Soon Week 4: Community Challenge Event Date: June 24-30, 2013 Sign Up: Coming Soon PRIZING DETAILS Prizing for these events will consist of the following: PS3 Headstart DLC PS3 GTR DLC PS3 Indycar DLC PS3 McLaren DLC Pack T-Shirts Prizing will be determined by one of the following means: Random selection by the Playstation MVPs in attendance during the community event OR Through community type voting that will occur from users submitting videos, images or other material. REGION This tournament will be open to all participants that play Grid 2 on a Playstation 3. GRID 2 OVERVIEW The "TrueFeel" of racing Be fast, be first and be famous as the race has returned in GRID 2 the sequel to the BAFTA-award winning, multi-million selling Race Driver: GRID.
  4. Buster_

    MLB 13 ps3

    Hey I wanna ask everyone if we can start a MLB 13 tournament if so please post if interested thanks
  5. So we are looking at a possible event/tournament in the Chicago area and I am curious how many members are near Chicago or willing to travel to Chicago.
  6. I was told that if I had an idea, post it on this great UF site. I was thinking of a Madden 13 tournament. People pick their team, if other person or person's have the same team, change uniform to dark versus light, 10 min quarters, and just like in the NFL, have home and away and playoffs. This isn't my best suggestion post but I hope people think its a great idea.
  7. With MLG's announcement of Black Ops 2 being on the pro circuit, I personally will be watching the stream all weekend on my big screen TV in my room. If you want to see professional players and teams compete, visit twitch.tv and the stream should be located on the homepage. In Black Ops 1, I started out playing only Search and Destroy (hence why that is my favorite mode and my best mode) and started with a 0.88 K/D and a sub 1.0 W/L. It was my first Call of Duty that I had obtained in its prime playing time (Christmas lol). I was 15 at this time and knew virtually nothing. I was picked up by a clan 7DaY (which is now a runescape clan lol) after I dropped 10+ kills on them. After running with them for a couple weeks, I ran into the former WaR* clan. Among the members, wing-628, II-R3CON-ll, and paidassassin were having issues with the immature 15 years old and below members of 7DaY. I was keeping to myself and just kept playing. After 7DaY won several games, wing-628 and Dulton (the "leader" of our group who was also 15) got into an argument and it led to us having a competitive search match where 7DaY won (and I would like to point out that I was on top lol) but the shit talking was unbearable. I wanted a more mature clan and after talking to those 3 members of WaR*, I decided to be with them. We entered a tournament and I played in one match (but couldn't play in others because I was on the JV football team at the time) and I simply stayed top wood on Firing Range CTF and kill whored like I was told to do. That was my first competitive Call of Duty match. In the process of competing, wing-628 and II-R3CON-ll told me about their goals to start a professional team and I shared their admiration and vigilance. It may sound sad, the best time of my life was with 18+ year old dudes playing call of duty trying to make a lifestyle out of it. That was 2 years ago. Now I'm here. But that story actually had a point to it. During my time with Wing-628, II-R3CON-ll, and our 4th geesweb, I watched an MLG stream for the first time. It was MLG Anaheim and the finals were LvG vs FeaR with FeaR up 3-0 at the very start because they beat LvG in the winners finals. LvG came back and beat FeaR 6-5 (best of 11) and I was losing my mind all weekend from the epicness omitting from the professional world. After that one livestream, I was thinking more crucially and was becoming a better player because I was learning from those streams. So if you want to become a little better by learning some moves from the pros or you enjoy watching the competition, I invite you to come watch the stream! Sent from my iPhone 4 using Tapatalk
  8. Hello all. I would just like to tell the community that we will try our best to bring the Battle Bowl Trophy home to Urgent Fury and represent Urgent Fury the best we can. I hope to see everyone checking out that livestream once it starts, and I can't wait to get this match started. It's going to be a great game!! Also, I would like to thank all of the other teams that played some great matches, and more importantly I would like to thank the Urgent Fury staff for this wonderful tournament. We appreciate the prizes offered and all of the support from the UF Community/Staff! We thank you for this opportunity! -Batman1471 and the "Eh Batman Flow is #2FLY" Team
  9. Hi names fear, Im ca competitive CoD player looking for a Team to Join. My Stats are average i believe 1.63 K/D Win loss is 1 ( i play mostly by myself) SPM 377. I play mostly Solo League play Ive made master division every season so far. I've never really done GB since i haven't had a team i can rely on. Ive played in several tournies at GSG Won the first Tournament they had on MW3 when i was a leader and starter for ToXiC Gaming placed 2nd in the next one, played at AF and ps3 leader boards a few times. Im mostly Obj But i feel my strong suit is tactics and strategies. If anyone would like to give me a try out My psn is Fear_from_below or you can message me on here . Thanks
  10. Hey it's Venom from Shadow Ops (SHO) just thought i'd drop by and say hey!! My first tournament in clan gaming was the tac map tourney in Black Ops and i can't wait to compete in this coming up one! hope all is well here at UF.... one question i do have is do we not use clan tags on this website?
  11. Hello, I am French and I am lost here (everything in English) I heard about a warhawk tournament, I would like to participate in it with a French team, where do I have to go? Thank you,
  12. I cant wait till it began come on sony and the maker of warhawk make it happen
  13. Hey guys, We are always looking for mature gamers on ps3 for war games. OGC has been around for 9 years and has an average age of 33. We are 21+ up clan. The clan has grown over the years and is mostly made up of members who were in previous clans but disbanded for various reasons. We do have a chain of command that we utilize in competitive situations. We will be competing in the UF tourney in January. If you like being a part of a team that has become a second family for most of us, check us out at clanogc.net -fennsta_78 (psn name)
  14. Hello Urgent Fury.... I have visited here before in one of my many quests for finding new clans, communities, and groups on internet, but didn't realize UF was a tournament/league site until just recently. First off, my name is IFx DDay. I'm a 39 year old married father of four and a veteran with the 10th Mountain Division. I'm a former member of Tied the Leader, a very respected xbox community, where I served as a Challenge Captain and was also the "event guru" for the Good Game Network. I have since started my own community that revolves around events bringing gaming communities together for competition. Needless to say, I love running leagues and tournaments so this site has definitely sparked my interest. What can I say....I'm a competition junkie..... Is UF strictly and PS3 event site or is there a movement to push xbox events? Could someone also point me in the direction of who is in charge of the UF site? Thanks!
  15. So I tuned in to UFreq last night and watched the stream for Aftermath, great game on all parties btw, and noticed that you were having a hard time not getting kicked Shane. I'm curious if anyone has come up with a solution to this problem or voiced their concern to trey arch or what they think the issue is? We hosted an in-clan tournament recently and had the hardest time keeping a room open while codcasting. Almost every game and mostly several times in a match people would get kicked. The only way it would work was to turn off game recording and codcasting and the room would finally stay open. I love the idea and the fact that its featured in the game but it would be great if it actually worked. Thoughts anyone? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  16. As we have been working with several programmers over the last few months to optimize the way we control users with multiple accounts on the site we are happy to announce that we no longer need to lock rosters for events that are ladder and league based. We are still working to implement an eligibility period on the site that will indicate if a player is eligible to play. We are not quite there yet. We have been using the system exclusively now since May with no issues. As teams set up their rosters, remember players have to actually confirm their accounts before they can be on your roster. What this means for clans, as you are playing in open ladders and leagues you will be able to use your recruits if you feel confident in their ability to follow the rules. Also do not forget that your username does not have to match your PSN so leaders, be sure to edit your team roster and place PSNs in the PSN field similar to cKs has done it http://www.urgentfury.com/teams.php?2-Canadian-Killing-Squad#members-content Feel free to give us any feedback or ask any questions in this thread and thank you for choosing Urgent Fury as your tournament community.
  17. So it is our pleasure to accept the invitation to broadcast the MLG Starhawk Tournament Finals live for PlayStation on our Twitch Channel tonight at 7pm cst. We will be giving away 100 PlayStation Plus 30 day Codes and one lucky viewer will get a brand new PS3. It's easy to win, all you have to do is go to our twitch channel http://www.twitch.tv/urgentfury and follow these steps: To be eligible: - You must have an account on Twitch go to the registration page to sign up if you need an account - You must follow the Urgent Fury channel on Twitch - During the Stream we recommend that you at least say high in the chat to ensure the drawing system detects that you are present If you are selected as a winner and you are following the channel, your prize (generally codes) or instructions to claim your prize will be sent to you via the Twitch messaging system. Unless otherwise noted all giveaway codes are specific to North American Users. If you are not in North America, please note that as a winner you may choose to keep your code and give it to a friend or you may decline it. If you decline the prize, you will not be given a replacement.
  18. Hello and Thanks for the interest in TNU. If you are a serious and want a long term clan that has stood the test of time and won numerous Tourney's goto our website and submit a recruitment application. That's when you start a 2 week trial to make sure your qualified. TNU is looking for mature, skilled, loyal long term members on the PS3 and X-Box..Goodluck..! www.clantnu.net
  19. Hey Guys, the reason why i am posting this thread is to hopefully find a really good clan that will be competing in the Competitive side of Black Ops 2. I am looking for a clan that is based in the uk and is aiming to progress far in the competitions. I have alot of experience with CoD Especially black ops competition mode as thats all i use to play as well as watching every MLG match. Reading up on new tacts call outs and different ways to get an edge on your opponent. Communication is key so only clans with headsets. I consider my self a pretty skilled player and extremley dedicated. I play everyday from 6pm to 11pm-12pm except wednesdays where i only get home at 8pm. So in a nutshell i would like to join a core team that practices most days with the intention of winning comps and is prepared to put the time and effort in to do so. Please only message me if you are a hardcore team aiming high !! Look forward to hearing from you guys and GL in the upcoming tournaments to everyone
  20. Hey UF. I made this awhile back when Divine Knights was interested in doing a tournament here but I don't think we ever played. Just getting in my formal introduction over here.
  21. Commander Fury Signs Off. Leaving Urgent Fury. I've been staring at the screen for almost thirty minutes now, just trying to assemble the words & phrases necessary to make this post. And while it's been said that I have the "gift of gab", for some reason, I can't properly express how difficult it is to find the words at this moment. When I came to Urgent Fury during it's very first tournament event "Urgent Fury: State Of The Union", I was just like one of you. I was just a gamer. Just the leader of a SOCOM clan, intrigued by the entire concept of a "Scenario Based TACMAP tournament". At the time, this community was all about exclusivity. You didn't get in, unless you were invited. And even then, the community furiously policed itself. Holding each clan, and ultimately, each person accountable for his or her actions. As a clan leader, I realized that I wasn't really the "leader" of anything. I was just some guy who played video games. I had never served in the military, and honestly had never even been in an "upper management" position in my life. But, because I was typically older than most of the people I played with, I realized that I had been presented with a unique opportunity. And eventually, my goal was to act as a mentor. To lead by setting an example for others to follow. And maybe, to dispense any wisdom I may have had to those "serving" within our ranks. When I think back on it now, it actually makes me chuckle a bit. They thought I was teaching them how to play a video game. In reality, I was trying to give them something that they could take with them for the rest of their lives. I was trying to teach them the importance of being a part of something that is much bigger than just one person. Much like life itself. But, more to the point of this post. As most of you know, I have been part of the Urgent Fury staff long before there was actually a staff here. I was privy to the behind the scenes goings on that most of you have never seen, or heard about. And due to the generosity of Urgent Fury co-creators Jay Donovan & Joseph Mesa, I eventually became part of the creative element of this community. By now, most of you know that I am Commander Fury. And for 99 episodes of Urgent Frequency, I have tried to produce a sonic representation of what Urgent Fury is all about. At first, I kept my identity secret. Mainly because I didn't want people to focus on me. But rather, on the podcast, and the community that I so eagerly wanted to make a respected name within the gaming industry. After selling Urgent Fury a few years back, Jay Donovan "outed" me as he tried to show me the gratitude that I assume he thought I deserved. Honestly, I was worried that folks wouldn't embrace me as much as they seemed to embrace "Commander Fury". But, I was wrong. Instead, the community seemed to be relieved that "Fury" wasn't just some detached "voice", that had nothing invested in Urgent Fury. They seemed comforted by the fact that "he" was actually one of their own. I have been a radio professional for most of my adult life. 20+ years in the industry. I have interviewed and met celebrities. I have held the top ratings spot within my market 3 times in my career. If I never worked within the industry again, I could hold my head high, with the feeling that I have had a good career to this point. But, I have to say that the things that I have accomplished here with, and for Urgent Fury, will always hold a special place in my heart. It has been a true labor of love. And until recently, it has never seemed like work. And honestly, for reasons I don't care to go into here, the passion has left me. And the fire that once burned bright. Is now, just a dim and tired flicker. Don't get me wrong. If most of you knew how much time, effort, and energy went into the production of just a single episode of the podcast, I assure you, you'd be stunned. I write almost every word you hear, and I am typically responsible for the guests that have appeared over the years, and the research I must do on each of those guests, in order to conduct a professional interview. Then, it typically takes me up to 3 days to actually edit, and mix the existing production elements needed for each episode. Some people have asked,"why worry so much about it dude?". Saying, "Just turn the mic on and talk". Without question, I guess that would have been easier. But, when I first set out to do Urgent Frequency, I wasn't even sure what a podcast was. All I knew was that it wasn't going to be like every other podcast. I wasn't going to be that guy in his basement, behind a cheap mic, just talking to his friends about games. I was determined to create a podcast that sounded like a radio show. Something that each member of this community could be proud of, and that would make other people want to be part of Urgent Fury. In the end, I am proud of how much Urgent Fury has grown over the years. And I am humbled that I was in some small way responsible for that growth. I will never forget the friends that I have made here, or within the industry. And most of all, I am proud of the fact that what was once just a cool idea among a few friends, is now a legitimate entity within the gaming industry. I could have never have done this without the interest and support of this unique "family". A group of like minded gamers, that I have grown to love so much over the years. I will never be able to properly thank those of you who have lifted me up when I was discouraged. Or that simply gave me a kind word in the midst of indifference. Your emails, and private messages have meant so much to me over the years. And I want you to know that I read each one with a smile on my face. So, in closing, I want to thank Jay Donovan & Joseph Mesa, A.K.A. Undertow & Sniper. Jay you are without question, one of the most powerfully creative people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. And while we don't keep in touch as much as we used to. You have had an undeniable effect on me as a person. You taught me to be fearlessly creative. To go outside the box, and dig deeper. And for that, I thank you. I wish you nothing but happiness and joy in your life. Joseph, I can never thank you enough for your guidance and support for this "perpetually novice" graphic artist. Your quiet confidence, speaks louder than words mi amigo. Thank you. I also want to thank the new owners of Urgent Fury. The fact is, they didn't have to keep Commander Fury on the team. But they did. And you have no idea what that meant to me. More specifically, I want to thank Shane. He endures more criticism than he's ever deserved. His vision is one of growth, and relevance for Urgent Fury. And sadly, most of you can't see the "trees for the forest" in that regard. But I have, and I do. Whether it was our presence at E3 & PAX. Or our relationships with industry giants like Sony & Bradygames. You have held fast to the original plan that you guys had when you bought Urgent Fury. No one reading this can fathom the endless hours that you & I have put into this. Most of all, I want to thank the community. I am you. And you, are me. I'm not sure what the future holds for me at this point. But, please keep in mind that you are Urgent Fury. And without you, and your support...Urgent Fury is just a good idea. This is not good bye. It is see you later. There are things I want to accomplish. And hopefully, I will have your continued support as I move forward with my new project. I love this community. And I will never forget my time here. Until next time...Keep your feet wet...and your powder dry. Hooyah! ~V~
  22. It is unfortunate when clans will go to any means to win a tournament and we have always done our best to keep those kinds of clans out of this community. Over the last week we have been dealing with two clans that have pushed the envelope when it comes to ringing. It started with stacking clans with members from other clans for the championship followed by members who were suspended from the tournament playing under other usernames to avoid detection. Well after tonight that all came to light thanks to the tools provided to us. While viewing warm up rooms we have recorded the members of *^TERROR $QUAD^* trading log in information for the purposes of bringing in members who are not on their roster to play and in the same room confirming that not only was the other team ^ARM3D^ASSASSINS^ aware of it they confirmed that their banned player was also going to be playing. Well this is not only ringing but also collusion. Collusion is an agreement between two or more persons, sometimes illegal and therefore secretive, to limit open competition by deceiving, misleading, or defrauding others of their legal rights, or to obtain an objective forbidden by law typically by defrauding or gaining an unfair advantage. Urgent Fury has a very high standard against any cheating, teams were eliminated from the tournament by clans that used an unfair advantage to win. Though we do not have money on the line, we do have values on the line and no matter how much these clans may think it is going to hurt Urgent Fury by eliminating clans, we put that value ahead of any other number. So it is with regret that we are permanently banning the ^ARM3D^ASSASSINS^ and *^TERROR $QUAD^* from all future events at Urgent Fury. We rarely do a permanent ban like this, but after numerous warnings both of these clans proceeded to move forward anyway. To the innocent member of these clans, all we can do is apologize that you have been caught up in this. We cannot tell you what to do at this point but we want you to realize that Urgent Fury did not do this to you, your clan leadership did. We did not make the decisions for your clan to cheat like this. The recordings will be passed on to the proper channels to deal with these issues, we will not be posting them as they contain users personal info including PSN Log in information. Good luck in your future ventures, Urgent Fury Administration

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