Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to contribute to this site by submitting your own content or replying to existing content. You'll be able to customize your profile, receive reputation points as a reward for submitting content, while also communicating with other members via your own private inbox, plus much more! This message will be removed once you have signed in.
Jeremy Kirkwood replied to Jeremy Kirkwood's topic in I-PSounds like a plan to me
Jeremy Kirkwood posted a topic in I-PHello my name is Jeremy Kirkwood and I'm currently looking to become your new Quake Live team manager. Currently Quake Live is the biggest arena FPS shooter out there with plenty tournaments monthly in the NA and EU scenes. Our community has been growing rapidly each day as plenty of upcoming players are challenging the current professionals on what they know best. It's great to see this because having new blood in the scene invigorates the competitive community and brings in more tournaments. As team captain of your new Quake Live division I would recruit new players, stream Quake Live, promote vVv and their wealth of accomplishments, and bring the vVv name to heights never seen before. Being the team captain I would sign my players up for any tournament I could find. I plan to keep my players in top shape trying to always place top 8; to me top 8 is where the best players and I think vVv needs to be seen there. I hope to achieve everything that I could possibly imagine with my team, whether it is growing to QL scene to winning big LAN events we will be there. What I hope to get out of vVv Gaming is a team I can grow and make great friends with that will compete to their best effort and show how strong vVv really is. I currently have been playing Quake Live for three years now consistently and I don't plan to stop until I hit the top. I have been playing FPS games in general ever since I got my hands on Unreal Tournament back in 2000 when I was 9. I currently plan to go to Quakecon this year to compete in their open tournament. If I can manage to make it into the invite tournament that would be even better. I traveled to Quakecon last year for my first LAN event and I feel that if I have a chance to go again I could do even better and gain valuable experience from the trip. My accomplishments can be seen at my fancy spawnsor page here. In the realm of sponsorship I have only been on one other team and that was Just4Fame. Just4Fame wasn't a big team at all and they eventually broke apart. I currently devote 20 hours a week to practice in QL and I also spend at least 5 hours analyzing my demo's. I never thought of myself as a shy person, I would say one of my biggest strengths is my humor which I love to use whenever I can. I think my humor would be valuable to the team because I could lighten people's spirits when needed and reassure them that they can do their best. I think my biggest disappointment in gaming would be whenever I didn't do my best. To me doing my best brings out the fighter in me. This sparks my desire to get to the top and also makes me not cut any corners getting there. The biggest things I personally would want to receive from vVv is added confidence to my eSport career, support on travel and lodging expenses, and people I can talk to about growing personally in the eSport scene. Here are my wonderful social media links. Twitter TwitchTV Spawnsor Thank you for reading and I hope you consider choosing me to be your new Quake Live team captain!