Joined: Jun 22, 2012
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|Posted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 3:50 pm Post subject: THG 6V6 UGC team season 24
| Hello everyone, wondering if anyone would like to join my newly created ugc 6v6 team for this season 24. I played season 20 in a highlander team called EU gimmicks [eug] made it to playoffs but that was it, the team was managed fairly poorly tbh, no team effort, comms shouted over the place, class roles or rollouts not being utilised fully, players quitting and players joining, LOL but anyway i said to myself i will create my own team next season or two seasons from then which is why i am posting here to find some new team members or if anyone is interested in having a competitive tf2 gaming experience!
We will be using Discord as comms within thg's discord channel, link to discord channel https://discordapp.com/channels/140258057753067520/140258057753067520
Just to mention this is my first time organising a team but i know the basic layout of ugc and etf2l so please bear with me on organising the mess involved , played 6on6 with linc's team (monkey gamers) im more of a 6v6 type of guy, highlander could be good but thought 6v6 this time round.
UGC match schedules are one match per week usually with scrims/friendly games in between organised through leaders! and map talks, strategy's etc.
you need to make a ugc profile if not already have one via website http://www.ugcleague.com/login.cfm sign in through steam. Starts middle of may so good couple of weeks left to organise. I have placed the team in steel division which should suffice for a good few players.
Not sure if it will go ahead with the amount that will be interested, so ask your friends thats if the roster hasnt already filled by then, max of 15 players to roster. suppose their is no harm in trying!
message me or add me on steam if interested ppl!
I also made a THG 6V6 group on steam http://steamcommunity.com/groups/THG6V6 i will invite you to the group if you are a member of the teams roster.
6V6 Rules http://www.ugcleague.com/rules_tf26.cfm
Lets see how it goes from here on.