A new poll is up, some might have read my ESR reply to a fundraiser thread. I’m all ears for the community and would like to know if you are missing a weekly sunday cup that can attract the right people to keep it interesting. I have created a fundraiser on indiegogo.com (which is exactly Read More
To get the ball rolling again on Holysh1t.net, I’ve created a new simple poll. What gametype do you prefer? Is it Duel, or would you rather play CTF? Does the full stack of CA appeal to you or is the TDM setting more your kind of deal? Let us, and everyone else, know what your Read More
So! Dreamhack is near! The main event of Dreamhack Summer 2010 comes down to the Kaspersky Quake Live Duel Tournament. First we have the BYOC Duel tournament which fills up the remaining 3 slots of the main round, but what we all want to know from you is… Vote below!
Easy! Me! If only I were to actually play Quake Live instead of streaming the coolest games out there! Since that’s not the case, it may be fun to find out who the community rates as the best player on the ESL Intel Extreme Masters World Championships. So who do you think will claim the Read More
A new poll was due long time already, but I couldn’t find any decent thing to poll about, but since Stermy finally played the last qualifier rounds, a new poll has risen! So, who do you think will come out as victor at the IEM4 final rounds at Cologne? Vote away!
EXTRALIFE makes it sound like a bad thing, where in the end it’s just one of the many personal preferences that make sense to you but makes no sense to the other half of the world’s population. The question simply is: what’s your deal here? Do you play inverted or not? Ever tried it? Let Read More
It had to happen sooner or later: pro settings. Many screamed for it, many don’t care at all, and perhaps some haven’t figured out yet what this “pro” thing is that is labeled on several TDM servers nowadays. In a first step towards competition settings – in case you forgot, they are working on it Read More
One aspect of maintaining a good website is readability. Nowadays wide screen monitors are as cheap as older 4:3 ratio monitors, and for multimedia and gaming, this usually gives a better experience. There is one downfall of going widescreen and that’s browsing the web. Traditionally websites are made to scroll vertically, not horizontally due to Read More
In the last few days we couldn’t help but notice how clanbase has nearly 30 private Quake Live servers to their disposal to run CB competitions. This made us curious if it would be reasonable for us to ask 1 or 2 private servers for #qlpickup.eu as well. Just for the sake of refiring some Read More
Since the previous poll about two weeks ago, it has been established that more than 90% of the people passing by this website think Quake Live is worth a score of at least 3 out of 5. Today we’re curious to know what type of maps all of you would prefer to see more of Read More