> Steve got boring of playing CS:GO competitively. > Steve decides to join a community server for once and just happened to pick "[CLWO] Jailbreak". > After having waited several minutes to download all our files Steve gets prompted to join either the CT or T team. > Since the CT team has less players he decides to join CT side to balance it out, still having no idea what jailbreak is in general, it's just that the name was appealing. > Steve sees the T's in their cells, some are just randomly running around ,a lot of people are talking at the same time too, not really focussing on it since Steve is not used to doing so in CS:GO competitive. > Steve sees a T running at him with a knife and he automatically shoots him as he usually would in comeptitive. > Steve suddenly gets nagged at by a staff member, saying it's not allowed to kill people who are trying to kill them and slays him in front of 20 players and some start laughing. *At this moment Steve is confused and a bit ashamed, why is he not allowed to kill someone who tries to knife him? Why are they laughing?* > Steve proceeds to spectate the entire round and really has no idea what's going on, however he does find this interesting and is willing to learn more about this strange gamemode. > After the round is over Steve respawns in the CT team again and suddenly gets asked by a random person in the server if CTs can order Ts to AFK freeze. *At this point Steve thinks people are picking on him, feeling a bit weird as the entire server is quiet, waiting for him to answer* > Steve doesn't know what to reply and just says "Yes". > Steve suddenly gets laughed at by people once again through the voice chat and Steve immediately decides to leave while he initially wanted to learn what Jailbreak is.
As a community we can prevent things such as these from happening, things like these literally happen daily. I have sent a message to all staff members in our staff forum that they should keep an eye out on our 'newbie friendlyness'. This should always be the case, even if youre not a staff member, everytime you see someone new to the jailbreak server, please think back about the small story I just wrote :). Thank you for understand and I'm sure together we can grow big and make the new players stay!
[CLWO] CS:GO Competitive tournament #2 Summer is closing in which means most people will have more free time due to holidays, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to start a new (and 10x better organised) CS:GO competitive tournament. So here I present to you, the new tournament!
Details: Gamemode cfg: Classic Competitive (Matchmaking), with pug modification. Maps: Dust2, Cache, Cobblestone, Inferno, Mirage, Overpass, Train Max amount of teams: No limit, has to be an even number however. Map Voting: Veto system Show off: Team vs Team, best out of 1. Only the final (and possibly semi-finals) will play a best out of 3. Server rate: 128 tick hosted in north of France (Roubaix).
Prize: - 6 month VIP for all 5 winning team-members.
- No cheating.
- No flaming. (The slightest form of flaming during a match will result in your entire team being disqualified, thus the enemy team will win.)
- No controversial Steam pictures, team names or steam names.
- No chat spam to the other team. - Your team is not allowed to pause more than 3 times in one game. - Each player who participates will get a profile check, meaning we will get rid of players who have suspicious profiles. (Just don't use alt accounts.) - Each team is allowed to have a single replacement player. (Pretty much a team of 6 members in which you're allowed to switch players whenever you want, just not during an actual match.) - If a team signed up for the tournament but appears not to be able to play on the given date the enemy team will instantly win + the team captain of the team which couldn't play will get banned from upcoming tournaments. - After you've signed up your team you're allowed to edit it as many times as you want, however you won't be able to edit it anymore 3 days before your first match will take place. - DO NOT sign up if you are not sure if you and your team can play on the given dates.
Sign up: THE SIGNUP PERIOD HAS ENDED.
NOTE: After you have signed up there is no going back. Make sure that everyone is available on the given dates.
Additional information: Aimwater has won this tournament, this tournament has came to an end.