“How about a nice cup of CTF?” must have been what the Clanbase Quake Live admins were thinking. Because while their featured 4on4 TDM cup is still going on, they just announced to start with a CTF Summer Cup. 10 Days of signups is all you get, so rush rush to be in it, as Read More
Since some time, ESL features a Weekend Cup Series for Polish players only, which is played during the weekend (yah-hah!), and features Best-of-3 games in a Double-Elimination bracket system.
This past weekend the 4th edition was concluded which featured a DE16 format, unlike the first 3 editions that were SE32 (Single Elimination).
During this 4th weekend, some unexpected players rose to the occasion to run away with the gold silver bronze and whatever metal that is left behind for 4th place. 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 😉 – a small difference has been made public: a change in weapon spawn times on TDM servers. Players new to Quake Live know only the regular spawn settings, but Quake 3 spawn times originally were 30 seconds for a weapon. This lead to heavy competitive behavior and map control was crucial as without a gun, making a difference suddenly became very hard.
Quake Live introduced a shorter weapon spawn, which gave freshly spawned players a breath of air, but annoyed the opponent also because that same map control lost a significant part of it’s importance. But now the longer weapon spawn time is back in town, and players have to review their gamestyle. However, Quake Live features another impact on teamplay that Quake 3 didn’t have: drop weapon. Read More
The fixtures have been reviewed and another draft has been made (v2 as v1 contained inconsistencies) Here you can see the draft There are 5 individual leagues with 4 groups each. The top 2 of each group after the first rounds will start in the play-offs battling for eternal pride. It’s awesome to see so Read More
After GGL and ESL first introduced Quake Live, today, Clanbase follows suit introducing several new DUEL/TDM Quake Live Cups, with more to come. Clanbase has always been a huge part of the (European) Quake scene, so definitely good to see CB becoming involded. ClanBase is proud to add the web based first person shooter, QUAKELIVE, Read More