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List your CS name, clan, server you normally play on and any other thing about CS.

Name: [UEF]-NightHawk or |warriors| NightHawk
Clans: My clan [UEF] and |warriors|
Server: IRA32 NewServer 6.0. No AWPS, 16 map rotation
IP: 167.206.193.18:27015
 

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*nLk|E4| SiMpLeChAoS or `eCm|E4| SiMpLeChAoS
nlk, and ecm, switch, and scrim with both they're both cal-o
I don't know the name of the server, but I think it's just nlk clan server, or ecm clan server... idk
 

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AoA - andrasik <Pr0ph3t>
Clan - Army of Assassins
Server - Private, we only scrim none of that pubbing bull****.
League experience - I was with the top CAL-m clan back in one of the early seasons, quit cs for a while, got back into it on LAN, and now joined a CAL-i reform and plan on getting to CAL-m soon.
 

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OK, I just started playing like a month ago. My kill/death is 346/382 I guess that's ok? more deats though.. Anyways what's cal-i cal-m and whatnot. like or those PRO clans for cs or what? i know its a cyberathlete amateur league, but how do you become cal officialy and when and where are tourneys held?
 

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CAL - Cyber Athlete Amateur league, online gaming league for MANY different games including CS, DOD, Battlefield 1942/Vietnam, Quake3, Unreal Tournament, and many more

CAL-CS divisions are as follows:

CAL-o = CAL-open, open play, this ranges from new players to people like me who reformed a team and have to start in Open and work your way up. A 6-2 record at the end of a season is required for a move-up to CAL-im. CAL-o is considered very easy.

CAL-im = CAL-intermediate, this is where you get a BIT of a step up from CAL-o. Not much of one though. Double the max amount of games played (2x on the same map for 8 weeks = 16 matches.) You must win 12-4 (record) for the season to advance, or at least that's how it normally goes.

CAL-m = CAL-main. Now we start seeing the big boys emerge. You have the really competetive players here. This is where you start seeing "superstars" born. Same format as CAL-im. A lot of the players in this league will attend at least 1 major lan a year.

CAL-p = CAL-premier. This is one step below the biggest league in CAL. This is where there is the smallest skill gap in all of CAL-cs. This is when precise aiming, good teamwork, and amazing strats win yuo matches. Most all of the teams in CAL-p attend CPL (Cyberathlete Professional League, a huge LAN in Dallas every August/December) to compete for the #1 spot in the world.

CAL-i = CAL-invite. This is where the action is at. Most competetive level, these are the best players in North America. AMAZING aim, AMAZING teamwork, and AMAZING strats are commonplace here as the top teams duke it out. CAL-i season finals are ALWAYS played at CPL.

Hope I helped.
 

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DayoftheGreek. Random servers. always AIM maps. I cant stand any real maps, they suck caus im no good at stealth or anything. Ak_colts is like my favorite map caus its alllllll aim.
 

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Pr0ph3t said:
CAL - Cyber Athlete Amateur league, online gaming league for MANY different games including CS, DOD, Battlefield 1942/Vietnam, Quake3, Unreal Tournament, and many more

CAL-CS divisions are as follows:

CAL-o = CAL-open, open play, this ranges from new players to people like me who reformed a team and have to start in Open and work your way up. A 6-2 record at the end of a season is required for a move-up to CAL-im. CAL-o is considered very easy.

CAL-im = CAL-intermediate, this is where you get a BIT of a step up from CAL-o. Not much of one though. Double the max amount of games played (2x on the same map for 8 weeks = 16 matches.) You must win 12-4 (record) for the season to advance, or at least that's how it normally goes.

CAL-m = CAL-main. Now we start seeing the big boys emerge. You have the really competetive players here. This is where you start seeing "superstars" born. Same format as CAL-im. A lot of the players in this league will attend at least 1 major lan a year.

CAL-p = CAL-premier. This is one step below the biggest league in CAL. This is where there is the smallest skill gap in all of CAL-cs. This is when precise aiming, good teamwork, and amazing strats win yuo matches. Most all of the teams in CAL-p attend CPL (Cyberathlete Professional League, a huge LAN in Dallas every August/December) to compete for the #1 spot in the world.

CAL-i = CAL-invite. This is where the action is at. Most competetive level, these are the best players in North America. AMAZING aim, AMAZING teamwork, and AMAZING strats are commonplace here as the top teams duke it out. CAL-i season finals are ALWAYS played at CPL.

Hope I helped.
Awesome, Thanks alot that helped out a bunch. I didnt know CS was this popular. But that's really cool!
 

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poor poor tfc wave:
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what about xbox live people?
my gamertag is Blackeagle13 and my stats probably suck because my theory is that if im playing to have fun I can either use my surround sound to hear the footsteps and have that help a little, or listen to music. I choose music.
 

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Well, I havent been able to play because of my computer. But Ill be finishing my new comp soon.

Name:CmaN3
Clan: None yet, gonna try out for one when i get my new comp and can play.
Server: [ka] Knife Abusers WC3 Server
IP: I dunno.
 

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if i have a cd key, but i cant register it on steam because someone used a key generator and stole it, is it true that the onloy way to get a real one would be to send my cd case to valve or vivendi?
 

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any server really
i'm not on much b/c i get huge lag (upwards of 200 and it keeps changing too :( ) and my sound is messed when i play, it echoes....
oh yea, total newb at it to
 

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Wewt, P4E 3.2ghz HT Enabled, 1024mb crucial pc3200, Radeon9800pro, Audigy Plat, Bose Speaks, 21inch monitor, MMX700.. my gaming rig.. *sigh* Bought when i got out of basic. Good times, good times.

If anyone plays CS:Source, aim me, and we can go fug up a server
 

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name: seabass, seabbbbbbass, sea*****, or some variation of seabass
clan: 5th? (5-2 cal-o) hopefully gonna make im
servers: usually just scrimming but if not i just play on deathmatch servers or the zex pub
expirence: i used to be one of those play hard go pro guys. then i realized i was getting stressed over an bunch of ones and zero's.

Aim: Talkin with Kram <- if you guys ever wanna get a pug going.
 
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