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      We have moved to Discord   08/04/2016

      There has been a strong desire among the community to migrate to Discord for quite some time. As of today, our community will be using Discord and as a result, we will no longer be actively using our TeamSpeak Server.  The TeamSpeak server will temporarily stay active to help inform all of our move to Discord. Within the next couple of months, it will be shut down completely.  For a quick invite to our new Discord server, you can click here.  
      For a full detailed guide visit http://www.vVv-Gaming.com/Discord
    • vVv Bagzli

      New Supersonic Series Start Time   10/17/2016

      We would like to thank everyone who participated in our recent survey regarding the start time of our tournaments.  After reviewing responses from the survey sent out to tournament participants we have decided to make changes to the start time of our events to try to better accommodate everyone.  Beginning on Monday, October 24th, all of our tournaments will start an hour earlier - at 8PM Eastern.  This means that registration will close at 7:30 EST, and that check-in starts at 7:30 EST and closes at 7:45 EST.


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  1. vVv Team Jersey Design - post your thoughts

    Wow, those jerseys are sick.
  2. If you wanted to be a pro gamer

    Going pro is similar in nature to improving. To improve, you always want to play with someone better than you. Going pro, whether or not I like it this way or otherwise, is more about networking than skill. If you can get into scrims, show matches, or become friends with other pro players, then not only will you gain insight into their mindset, but you will have half of the journey completed. Assuming you are at a high enough skill level, (Only advise here is to practice) time will show the fruits of your labor.
  3. Brand new to vvv, a name I have heard in the CoD scene since Black Ops. I was once a semi professional CoD player, playing at events like MLG Dallas and MLG Raleigh... Now I just play random games (mostly LoL) on my new gaming PC. =) Shout out to all other PC builders!