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Sunday, June 14

The guys over at the Bring it Back Safely (BiBS) CTF tourney have put a call out for teams.  Season 1 has already started but apparently they have a few teams that have been inactive that they are looking to replace so you can still get in on the action if you missed the sign up.  The format is 5on5 CTF and with teams like LowLand Lions in the mix the competition is sure to be top notch.

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Saturday, June 13

The AGP tour has been running a wicked series of classic Quake 3 matches over the course of the last month with world famous, or infamous, djWHEAT voicing the casts.  These are frickin' sweet let me tell you and worth a look from any Quake fan.

This weeks match is Z4muZ vs Toxic in the 2003 Optimus Gaming Quake 3 Showdown.  Links to this and other previous classic matches are inside.. you don't want to miss this!

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Saturday, June 13

There was a lot of action this week in QuakeLive including the first round results from the QuakeNight tournaments and the Electronic Sports League USA's 1v1 opening cup.

I've added a quick list of upcoming matches so people can requests casts as early as possible in the Matches section.  Also you can find the inside scoop on everything we already have scheduled for this week in the Live section so be sure to check it out!


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