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    • vVv Medusa

      We Moved from Mumble to TeamSpeak!   10/06/2015

      TeamSpeak 3 Guide
       
       
      Don't have Teamspeak 3?
      Download here: http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads
      (Windows, OS X, Android, iOS, etc)
       
      Server Info:
      Server address: ts65.gameservers.com:9222
      (You can uses spaces in your name)
      There is no Server Password  
       
       
      Need help setting up your microphone and sound settings?
      Tired of hearing that beeping/ding noise, when people post in TS chat?
      Can people not hear you while you have a game open?
       
      You should now have the basics of TeamSpeak set up. Welcome to the better VoiP program! You don't need to do anything extra so you can now come in and join us for events, find people to play with, or just to socialize.
        If you have any questions or need help, just ask a staff member!
    • vVv Saturn

      vVv Gaming Presents: Supersonic Series Season 3!   06/02/2016

      vVv Gaming is proud to present the return of the Supersonic Series!  Unique game nights each week will allow Teams and individual Rocketeers to bring their A game and level up their gaming skills!  Whether the goal is to improve teamwork, find suitable opponents, or just acquire valuable feedback on how to improve one’s gameplay, these events will accomplish just that!   Changes from Season 2 It is time to change your schedules! We are now moving days to better accommodate NA players wishing to compete in other tournaments. The Draft will be now on Monday, Showdown on Wednesday, and Saturday nights will now be 2v2 tournaments! We’ve also partnered with Rocket League Central, so Wednesday nights now factor into Power Ranking!   We have also made a document with all of the rules which we request ALL participants to look over in order to have the most positive experience in the Supersonic Series.   The Supersonic Series Rules & Regulations can be found by clicking on this link   NOW ONTO THE GOOD STUFF!   Season 3 starts on Monday, June 6th, 2016   The very first tournament, on June 6th, will be an open tournament that we are calling a "Kick Off".  With this kick off tournament we are hoping to raise awareness of Supersonic Series to all rocketeers.  Tournament will be streamed on our twitch channel, twitch.tv/livevvvgaming and we invite you all to come and watch what we hope to be a really awesome tournament!     Supersonic Draft When: Every Monday night starting at 9:00 PM EST (6:00 PM PST) Checkins start at 8:30 PM EST and close at 8:50 PM EST. Where: Our TeamSpeak server (info here) Format: 3 vs 3 - Double Elimination Tournament, Best out of 3 games in winners bracket, Best of 1 games in losers bracket, Captains Draft Mode.   How to Participate:     Visit http://vvv-gaming.com/RLRegister, follow instructions on how to sign up and then join our TeamSpeak server 15-30 minutes before starting time! You will have to perform these steps for each game night that you participate in.  Players with the highest solo ranking will be elected as captains and will pick players that they want on their team. Captains will take turns picking their members in a “snake-style” (A, B, C, C, B, A) draft until all teams have 3 players each. Participating with friends is encouraged, however there is no guarantee that you will be on the same team. The captain’s name will be entered into the bracket and will be used to represent their team. Upon being selected onto a team, administrator will move you to appropriate channel. Channels will be renamed after team captains. Show/hide     Supersonic Showdown When: Every Wednesday night starting at 9:00 PM EST (6:00 PM PST) Checkins start at 8:30 PM EST and close at 8:50 PM EST. Where: Our TeamSpeak server (info here) Format: 3 vs 3 - Double Elimination Tournament, Best out of 3 games played, Pre-Made Teams Mode.   How to participate:   Visit http://vvv-gaming.com/RLRegister, follow instructions on how to sign up and then join our TeamSpeak server at least 5 minutes before starting time!  You will have to perform these steps for each game night that you participate in.   - Participating alone: After filling out the forum above you will be in a free-agent pool available to fill any spot's teams may need. Check-ins will be 15-30 minutes before the start time so we can get everyone organized. A team may contact you to play with them right before the event starts.   - Participating with a team: After filling out the form above, you will have secured your spot in the tournament (Provided you connect to our TeamSpeak server at least 15-30 minutes prior to the event starting). If you are seeking a third player of the evening, you can view out Free Agent list located here: http://vvv-gaming.com/RLRegister and contact them to be apart of your team. Should you not acquire a third team member on you own, please show up on TeamSpeak at least 30 minutes prior to the event starting and we will assign you a third team member if one is available for the duration of the night.   Note: A channel will be created specifically for your team under your team name that will be for your use throughout the evening.  Should a channel not be created upon you joining TeamSpeak, contact one of the event administrators and they will create the channel for you. Show/hide     Supersonic Duo When: Every Saturday night starting at 9:00 PM EST (6:00 PM PST) Where: Our TeamSpeak server (info here) Format: 2v2 - Double Elimination Tournament, Best out of 3 games, Pre-made teams   How to participate:   - Participating alone: After filling out the forum above you will be in a free-agent pool available to fill any spot's teams may need. Check-ins will be 15-30 minutes before the start time so we can get everyone organized. A team may contact you to play with them right before the event starts.   - Participating with a team: After filling out the form above, you will have secured your spot in the tournament (Provided you connect to our TeamSpeak server at least 15-30 minutes prior to the event starting). If you are seeking a third player of the evening, you can view out Free Agent list located here: http://vvv-gaming.com/RLRegister and contact them to be apart of your team. Should you not acquire a third team member on you own, please show up on TeamSpeak at least 30 minutes prior to the event starting and we will assign you a third team member if one is available for the duration of the night.   Note: A channel will be created specifically for your team under your team name that will be for your use throughout the evening.  Should a channel not be created upon you joining TeamSpeak, contact one of the event administrators and they will create the channel for you.     Show/hide     Playing Games and Reporting Results: A tournament bracket will be created and can be accessed via http://www.vvv-gaming.com/RLBracket.  (Note this link will take you to an external website that we use for hosting brackets and also this link will be kept up to date with the current active event).  For all events above, the Admin will announce via TeamSpeak when the event has started.  Once this happens you should contact the opposing team and host a private game among yourselves and play your best out of three matches.  After you complete playing your match, one player from your team needs to report your score to the Admin.  To keep things clean, please save replays of games you win in case we need to refer to them to prove a winner.   Point System: You will receive points for your participation in each tournament.  These points will determine the top 8 teams, both from Showdown, top 16 teams from Duo, and top 24 players that will participate in the three season finale tournaments.  The first tournament will be hosted for the top 24 players based on the individual scores from Supersonic Draft event.  The second tournament will be hosted for the top 8 teams based on points earned during Supersonic Showdown nights. Keep in mind that participating in Supersonic Showdown event will earn Team Points, participating alone earns you no points. Finally, the top 16 teams from the Supersonic Duo nights will compete in their own finale tournament!   Breakdown: 2 points for participating 2 points for every match won in the Winner's Bracket 1 point for every match won in the Loser's Bracket 2 additional points for placing 4th 4 additional points for placing 3rd 6 additional points for placing 2nd 10 additional points for placing 1st   To stay up to date on everything we do you can: Join out steam group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/vVvGamingRL Join the discussions on our forum: http://www.vvv-gaming.com/forum/   Want to help us with the Supersonic Series? Check out our available jobs page at: http://www.vvv-gaming.com/jobs/rocket-league/   Current open positions: Shout casters Stream Coordinators Tournament Admins   If you have a question, just reach out to one of our event administrators via private messages on vVv Forum.   Event Administrators: vVv Saturn, vVv Tyty, vVv Cherp, ShiroSan   For more information on vVv Gaming and staying up to date with events that we host across various games, visit our Website at http://vVv-Gaming.com or you can follow us on twitter @vVv_Gaming.

vVv Spike

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  • Full Name Adam
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  • Alias Spike
  • Favorite Music Tristam | TwoThirds | Braken
  • Interests PC Gaming | Snowboarding | Programming

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  1. Nice review. A friend of mine has this same exact rig and loves it.
  2. Hey everyone (sorry if I posted in the wrong section, I didn't want to post in the Members Only section), I know a lot of you love your GFX, so I figured i would extend an olive branch and see if any of you are interested. First off, I will admit I do not know very much about what I'm about to post, but I figured I would to see if any of you are interested. The company I work with is looking to bring on a GFX artist for part time work (~20 hours per week). If you want to send me a PM, I can give you more information (company name, website, etc.). The higher-ups will want to see a resume, and a portfolio. Here is the full description: OVERVIEW Title: Graphic Designer Supervisor: Marketing Coordinator Status: Negotiable Travel Requirements: None DESCRIPTION The Graphic Designer assists with the marketing of [redact] services by designing, developing and delivering graphic design solutions for the web, social media, print and promotional collateral. RESPONSIBILITIES Conceptualize and develop graphic designs and other artwork for digital, online and offline collateral including websites, social media, email, flyers, brochures, postcards etc. Enforce style guides, brand standards and integrity Participate in marketing strategy and brainstorming discussions Coordinate the production of marketing communications Assist with the production of marketing materials and literature REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS Outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal Outstanding organization skills, attention to detail a must Outstanding decision-making ability Uncompromising ethics Energetic and positive attitude Willingness and ability to work in a controlled, confidential environment Willingness and ability to work in a team-oriented, fast-paced environment Willingness and ability to work relentlessly towards goals and deadlines DESIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS 1 year of Graphic Design experience and sound understanding of design basics Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and other design platforms Proficiency with e-mail campaign services and functions Proficiency with web technologies (HTML, CSS and WordPress)
  3. It has happened to me once or twice, there is nothing you can do. I, although, have seen a decrease from people who would only play one role in the old solo and troll otherwise to the new champ select. For me, the big upgrade is the last pick not being stuck with a role they know they suck at, thus fucking everyone right in the poosack while playing.
  4. Dynamic Queue or the new champion select? Most people seem to hate dynamic queue, while I actually love it! Even though I only get to play a game or two a night, I like playing with people queued together,r it's a lot of fun! In terms of the new champion select, that is pretty much why I came back to play a little bit. Not watching people fight over roles is awesome. One thing I noticed is the amount of AFKs. I don't know, maybe it's because my ELO dropped because of the reset, but I get someone going AFK one out of every 4 games or so and it's really annoying.
  5. Classic Doomhammer causing choas everywhere. I don't know anything about the game but you can PM him here: http://www.vvv-gaming.com/forum/profile/5702-vvv-doomhammer/ It may result in a quicker response
  6. OHHHHH GET BALLREKT BALLACK
  7. Signed up!
  8. I'm down
  9. So, not trying to be a dick or anything ... but ... First off, HTML/CSS aren't programming languages, and the time it takes to become an "expert" in designing web-based shit is 100x easier than learning a programming language. When you deal with HTML and CSS, you only need to worry about what looks good, and compatibility with other devices/browsers. There is much more than this when you get into programming. Next, I went to a school that had a pretty big game development program and I can safety tell you that it is EXTREMELY competitive, and the unemployment rate after college is quite high, so you need to be REALLY good, and have a great portfolio. However, if you are young and don't need a job to pay bills, then fuck it why not? From what I heard at school, most people in the game programming degree started off with Python then went from there. I personally know when you get the hang of one language, most others will come pretty easily to you (except weird shit like Perl, which is like looking at fucking Chinese). One of the requirements for graduating from my school is that you had to create something "innovative" (I know, stupid, right?). I decided to write a program in Ruby for network security related stuff. The thing is, at the time, I was pretty shit at programming, and didn't know how to even output "Hello World!" in the language. Being the lazy shit I am, I waited until about a week before we needed a "prototype" to present. I stayed up for about 48 hours straight an wrote a good portion of the module I wanted to create without knowing shit about Ruby. All I did was pretty much just come up with a basic written out English-written program, and looked up the best ways to actually do it. For instance: If you wanted to do the following in something like PHP (just because PHP is easy as fuck): variable x equals 4 if variable x equals 3 then output "3 is the answer" if variable x does not equal 3 then output "the answer is not 3" This is obviously in not a language, but you can look up every step, to get the following: $x=4; if ($x==3) { echo "3 is the answer"; } else { echo "the answer is not 3"; } Basically what I am saying in a way too long of a post is fucking just dive in, come up with a plan, then look up and study how to do it. For me, books were useless and the content taught in them you would forget or need to reference anyways. I initially got into Python by downloading a module for a tool I was using and pretty much altered everything about it, through doing that, you learn quite a bit. Reading everything in CodeAcademy or your favorite language reference site is a waste of time, because you will never retain all of the information you need, and you will eventually end up just needing to go back anyways to reference it again. If your interested in Python, I googled something quick and got: https://wiki.python.org/moin/SimplePrograms Go find a program in there that strikes your fancy, and change the shit out of it. When you actually get some languages under your belt, join an open source project, you will get great experience, contacts, and a place to build your portfolio.
  10. Read the description of the video. Content given to this guy by Falco. YOU MOTHERFUCKER
  11. Oh my fucking god WHAT DID YOU DO!!!!!
  12. THE PRODIGAL SON RETURNS
  13. 2 for 2!
  14. ORG 3 > FW 1 FNC 1 > EDG 3 SKT 3 > AHQ 0 KTR 3 > KOO 1 SKT 3 > FNC 1 KTR 3 > 1 FNC SKT 3 > 1 KTR