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i46‘s unwanted ugly cousin, it’s i47.
The winter edition of TF2′s favourite insomnia series is known to be a more mellow event, particularly for a game with a predominantly international crowd. Nevertheless, a collection of working class heros once more sacrificed the better part of this year’s first winter weekend, to keep the game fresh in sponsors and audiences minds.
In the case of yours truly, what was planned to be a chilled saturday, awarded unusual amounts of successfulness. I met up with mr. Ahmad “Byte” Fansa, who’d been handling this iCoverage all on his own. Looking at the site, 1 article and some matchticker results might not provide much tangible evidence to his achievements this weekend…And that’s when I realised, it’s actually pretty amazing how little praise this man gets for his dedication.
here. We’ll catch up, I promise!We’re back with a new episode of the Top 10 TF2 plays, now with new graphics. Share it, like it, do whatever you can to help us bring this series back to it’s glory! Send your clip submissions
i46 has been a mind-blowing experience for all of us lucky enough to attend. We’ve seen some incredible plays, some unbelievable mistakes, some gutsy performances and some absolute non-attenders.
I guess those comments could describe most of the summer i-series events in TF2’s history, but this one was different. Saying that, only one thing really made it different – the Americans.
As long as EU and NA have had established competitive TF2 communities, there has been banter regarding the best scene and the best teams. Thanks to an immense, TF2-esque community effort we’ve finally managed to put a tournament together to put such questions to bed.
submit it, it won’t be in here!Another edition of the Team Fortress 2 Top 10 plays, April 2012. This series is based upon user-provided demos. If you don’t
PS: I’m sure there’ll be a specific post here on VanillaTF2 about it soon, but the first map of TF2mixup #4 has also been released! Check it out.
When I look through the windows of my small, shared student house I see a lot of small orange flags, big Dutch flags and a lot of other orange decorations. Well, I used to at least. Because, as soon as Holland were knocked out of the European football championship in Poland and Ukraine, everything suddenly disappeared. Holland loves football, but that also means that there was a lot of disappointment throughout the country as soon as the Dutch team got knocked out.
Weirdly enough, it got me thinking about the upcoming Nations Cups for Team Fortress 2. ETF2L is hosting not only a 6-on-6 Nations Cup, but also a Highlander Nations Cup this summer. So while club football and team TF2 will be put on hold for a bit the countries take over and will get all the attention while the roster changes will occur in the background. The thing is though, will the TF2 NCs get the (relative) same amount of attention as Euro 2012 does?
form on our website for the neXt editions.Once again some mind blowing clips, don’t miss it! Submit your best league / tournament clips via a
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