Making Competitive Clan, Looking for Members

Discussion in 'Sony PlayStation 1 & 2' started by Icegoten, Apr 8, 2009.

Apr 8, 2009
  1. Icegoten
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    Newcomer Icegoten Member

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    Alright Im looking for people who share the same goal as me.

    GOAL: To start competitive gaming and try to advance towards becoming a professional gamer.

    If that isn't your goal you can stop reading.

    Ok so I have been on a numerous number of sites to join clans for various games who said alot of things that sound promising but once I was actually in it turned out to prove that was just a front to get me in when they were nothing how they claimed they would be. Alot of my friends said I should just make my own team but I thought I would just join someone else's team because that would be easier and quicker. This hasn't really worked out although I did meet some good friends this way but they were just too different from the way I wanted to play.

    So I will take the time and build a team from scratch. I think MLG Gamebattles will be a good start towards getting into pro gaming. If we can enter online ladders and tournaments and actually start winning then that's when we can move on to the big league. I can't see into the future so I can only work on 1 thing at a time and the first step I believe is getting your team set up.

    Well its 1 thing at a time so here is how I see this working out:

    1. Gather members for a team. (I think maybe 4 or 8 people might be a good start)
    2. Pick a game we all enjoy and start a team on Gamebattles.
    3. Practice. Practice. Practice. Not individually but as a team.
    4. Come up with a team name and form our team. (If its something we all decide we want we can make a website like most other teams have)
    5. Enter the ladder of our game of choice.
    6. Enter the Tournament.
    7. Practice. Practice. Practice. Not individually but as a team.

    Ok so some things that you will need but you most likely already have these things.

    + USA (If your out of the country I think timezones and language barrier might be a problem)
    + Headset (Need to communicate)
    + Able to practice almost DAILY. (I understand some of us may go to school or work so its not going to be anything like 8 hours every day but something like 3 or 4 hours will do.)
    + Good Reflexes.
    + Healthy. (Seriously I don't want you to be someone who sits in the dark with poor eyesight for 14 hours straight and not eating right and stuff like that)
    + Knows how to use his/her resources. (I personally like to look online for little tips and tricks to help me in a game. If you know how to find the kind of information your looking for and able to tell the lies from the truth then thats a big plus! Personally I hate having to direct anyone to something when they can easily google it and find it usually on the first few pages.)
    ++++++ GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP! (If you die and start taking your anger out on someone or something physical thats bad sportsmanship and shows you can't handle playing just a game. I want everyone to play nice.)

    Ok so If your interested and want to join then here is some of my info.

    Location: East Coast, USA
    Timezone: -05:00 GMT
    Email: Icegoten@yahoo.com
    PSN: Icegoten
    MSN: Icegoten@yahoo.com
    AIM: Icegoten30 (Please email me first if you want to contact through AIM because I don't always log on but I can at any time)
    YIM: Icegoten@yahoo.com (Please email me first if you want to contact through AIM because I don't always log on but I can at any time)

    Contact me at any of those and we will talk more about it. If you have general questions just please post.
     
  2. Isaiah

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    omg, This is scary. I think I have better things to do then play games for 3-4 hours day.
     
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    Member pitoui GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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  4. Satangel

    Member Satangel BEAST

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    Well, I would have given it a chance, but I'm in Belgium and there is a 6 hour difference between us [​IMG]
    I would have played CoD 4 or Quake Live on the PC with you, but I wouldn't like those games that much. If we are playing CoD 2, I'm in immediately, because I love that game and I am actually pretty good in it.
     

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