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    • Rocket League Community Game Night Tournaments!   10/03/2015

      As of 25th of August 2015, we have been hosting Rocket League events!  This event is open for everyone to participate.  Below you will find all the details that you need to know to get involved, so please take a minute and read through carefully!  Hope to see you there at our next event!     When: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6pm PST/9pm EST (we start on the dot, so don’t be late) Where: Our TeamSpeak server (click here for setup guide/details) Format: 3vs3 - Double elimination, best out of 3 games. How to participate: Connect to our TeamSpeak server with your team (or alone) before starting time and you will be entered in the tournament by one of the admins.  Currently, you do not need to pre-register to participate in the tournament, simply be in the teamspeak in the Rocket League channel by starting time stated above. Participating alone: If you have come alone to the tournament you will be drafted onto one of the teams by an administrator of the event. Participating with a team: If you have come with one or two friends to the tournament, you will be allowed to play together.  When the drafting starts, you need to move to one of the team channels with your friend(s) so that the administrators knows that you are not alone.  Should it be necessary, a third person will be added to your team by an administrator.     Drafting Process:  Upon all teams being selected, we will create a challonge bracket that will be used to keep track of the games.  Each team will choose a team captain and report to the administrators the name of the captain.  On challonge, we will use team captain's name as the name of the team.  Challonge will randomize the matchups for us.  To view the latest challonge bracket, visit http://vvv-gaming.com/RLBracket Playing your games and reporting results:  When the challonge bracket is setup, you will be able to see against which team you are up against.  Team captains are expected to communicate to one another at this point and organize a game.  The game should be created with a username and password so that our shout casters are able to join your game should they choose to do so.  Upon completing your games, report the result of the game to the event administrators and they will update the challonge. Streaming (Shoutcasting): One game out of each round will be streamed throughout the night. To accommodate the streamers we ask that you allow the streamer to join your game prior to beginning your play and also to let the replays play to the end so that they have a chance to analyse your plays over the streams and show those amazing goals you score!  Should your game be selected to be streamed, one of the shoutcasters will get in touch with your prior to your game starting. Keeping up with updates of the event: Don’t forget to check back on these forums for any updates to the tournament and you can also join our Steam group to to get notifications about our upcoming events and easier access to our announcements: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/vVvGamingRL  
    • Twitch Caster Opportunity for Rocket League!   10/04/2015

       Wanted: Rocket League Twitch Caster   vVv Gaming is looking for a streamer who wants to turn our biweekly Rocket League tournaments into a premier event.  Your role as a caster would be to stream the events on our vVv Twitch channel and commentate on plays in the game.  There are 4-6 Rounds in each tournament and you would be casting one game out of each round.  This is a volunteer position.   What we are looking for: - Available Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 9pm EST to about midnight - 1080p 60 FPS video - Ability to work in a team environment - Ability to interact with an audience   What we consider a bonus: - Familiarity with video editing and editing software - Previous streaming experience (specifically shoutcasting) - Familiar with Rocket League eSports scene - Know how to setup and use twitchalerts.com or similar system   These tournaments provide a chance for amatuer Rocket League players to connect with and play against others to learn key elements to the game and the importance of teamwork. The point of the stream would be to highlight great plays from teams and to recognize new and upcoming talent.
      For the specifics of the event, refer to our guide on the Community Tournaments here.


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About Sectile

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  • Birthday 02/06/1995

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  • Full Name Sergio Xavier Reid
  • Gender Male
  • Location Bronx / Upstate, New York
  • Alias Sectile
  • Favorite Games Gears Of War 2, and MW2 Beginning to play competitively now.
  • Favorite Foods Burgers,Fries,Pizza,Chicken,Chinese FOOD, Chinese FOOD, And more Chinese Food!!
  • Favorite Movies Anything that's funny "The Hangover"
  • Favorite Music Sum 41,A Day To Remember,Billy Talent,Killswitch Engage.
  • Interests 1. Gaming
    - Gears Of War2
    - L4D2
    - L4D1
    - Halo 3
    - Halo 2

    2. Girls
    - Bri
    - Jessica

    3. Sports
    - Baseball
    - Basketball
    - Football
    - Working Out

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  1. Sectile added a post in a topic Community Spotlight: vVv Zodyak   

    Great interview. <3
  2. Sectile added a post in a topic MLG Orlando   

    Sounds Fun.
  3. Sectile added a post in a topic My HS Pic   

    Isn't jerry the cute guy over there LOL.
  4. Sectile added a post in a topic LordJerith's 10 Commandments   

    I find that a majority of those are true. But, I completely agree with # ten out of them all. You always want host to be able to move around support not slayer, or try to get key kills. Host for my team is only there to aid the players while they either handle 1v1's or pick up the power weapons. Imo, I rather have any host I know with a lancer in his hand then a sniper or torque while I'm having a 1v1 possibly a pistol if anything. But, great thread alla round, very solid tips.
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  11. Sectile added a post in a topic If you ran GB, what would you do better?   

    - New Staff
    - Quicker Ticket response times
    - More investigation's on fake proof
    - Way better tournaments for other games other then codmw2, and the occasional gow2 tournament.
    - Also, try to redo the glitchy log in, and the double adding of people to the team ladder.
    - And don't just give the guy with Fake Proof the win.
    - If anything it's a dispute and the proff isn't atleast the whole map, then both teams should get neither a win, nor a loss
  12. Sectile added a post in a topic New DLC + Level Cap Raised :: Confirmed by Gearbox!   

    I think this is going to own and make borderlands even 10x more better then it already is.
  13. Sectile added a post in a topic vVv VnX   

    Good Luck Welcome.
  14. Sectile added a post in a topic Five Pillars of vVv Gaming   

    Great thread jerry I donating all my spare time to this site literally.