We thought we’d introduce some of our recent amateur-level acquisitions in order to give you deeper insight as to what’s cooking ’round the campfire.
cc//coucho â€“ Carrying both Soldier and Demolition Man skills, this Dutch player has become a valuable asset to the team.
cc//T_Patch â€“ Hailing from Dallas, Texas T_Patch likes his military history and is now participating in battles alongside the rest of the RO crew.
cc//Tommy â€“ Another European addition, Tommy was a part of 5th GTA along with cc//Silencer, cc//Clumsy and cc//Onesimus who carry experience from previous realism campaigns in the game.
cc//Siphi â€“ A former Animal Clan member has impressed all with his attitude and positive team skills.
cc//UniQuE â€“ Coming to us from the UK, UniQuE is competently shouldering the task of building up a new COD4 squad and we’re excited to see the developments that are coming out of his efforts.
cc//Killabadboy – Also from the UK and helping UniQuE in building this division.
That sums it up for now despite some speculation that seems to have been floating around; naturally we appreciate the attention since we do occasionally have openings on our amateur teams that need to be filled (currently looking for two NA and two EU based TF2 players for example, plus: interested EU COD4 players should get in touch with cc//UniQuE + cc//Killabadboy). No, we have never had, don’t currently have nor plan to have some kind of ‘academy’ team. We have no intention of training players for entry in to the professional scene. Amateur-level recruits go through a recruitment phase where they are evaluated by their division and researched by our anti-cheat staff while wearing cc|| recruit tags (as opposed to cc// member tags). A majority of this evaluation phase involves judging overall chemistry with existing team elements which results in a skill-positive, low-turnover environment that also allows us to march forward for as long as we have.