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    We are brand new to the Streamer side off things and are looking to build a strong community of like mined Streamers who want to grow. 

    We are looking for gamer's that like to stream spreading positivity and love in the community. What we want to achieve is to grow as a Streaming community for new and old streamers alike improving streams and attitudes one step at a time! 

    We encapsulate a group of streamers of all varieties large and small, who stream a variety of games We also provide a Discord for Streamers to call home and chill We are here so we can show each other support and grow as a Community 

    If you think you would like to help each other grow that would be Awesome 

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    Streamers united - A community of supportive streamers

    Est. Oct 2017

    CeltS TV - Community Gamers

    We are a Friendly bunch off People that love to Hang out play Games and have fun doing it! We are always looking for new people to join us for a few games.

    We are always willing to help out where we can and make you feel right at home. Pop onto our Discord and say hello,

    We hope to here from you soon     

     We also are well respected Anti Cheat Community in the gaming community, with over 1552 bans of Oct 2017



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    Fortnite and PUBG cheating

    By ConocthEU,
    I downloaded Fortnite to see what its like and yea it looks fun and its free atm. But I decided to google what was going on regarding cheating in the game. Any hope that Fortnite might offer a better anti-cheating environment then PUBG is a pipe dream I am afraid. In fact, as it is free to use what bans are handed out are short lived. Cheaters simply make a new account. Personally, I have nerve played a completive shooter that did not have cheats in the game. You can pull your hair out (I can’t as I don’t have any) but as things stand gaming and cheating are not parting ways anytime soon. 
    Perhaps when developers start on a project with anti-cheating as the first value they put in place and not the last or even worse an after the fact one, we might see some progress. Of course, you cant separate the advent of loot boxes and the advent of trading items and the rise of cheating, its all connected. You say with some justification that microtransactions are the root of all evil in the gaming world but we and the developers have no wish to admit this because they want the money and we think we want the crap in the box.
    As long as players keep buying their games and engaging in this microtransaction market, cheating will only grow.  In some games, you can rent and run your own servers but unless you have a staff of in-game watchdogs it doesn’t stop cheating. In that environment, you kick a cheater and they only move on to another server.  Just pick your favourite game and google how to hack it and there is no end to what is out there to help you do just that.  But why oh why do we complain and act as if we are victims?
    In any other sales arena, we have learned that “buyer beware” puts the responsibility on the person buying to he happy that the product is what it says it is.  Do we look at how cheating is going to handled and stopped in the new games we buy? No. Do we boycott games that have no plans to combat cheating on the box? NO.  Do we stop ourselves from buying into the hype and prelaunch sales push that never has a word to say about cheating in it? No.  So why the f**k do we cry and bitch about the developers f**king us when we keep bending over willingly with our jocks around our ankles.
    The only way this will ever change is if the customers stop buying games that have no upfront plan around combatting cheaters. Could you imagine if this was, say, credit cards, and that every time someone got their card or card details stolen and used, the bank would say "too bad m8 it's all your loss and we want the interest too?"  Well, cheating in games is just as mad atm and we the consumer are just giving our money away for crap that is flawed at the deepest level. If it is missing at its core a way to stop cheating it's not a finished game for the market today and should not be sold without a large warning on it.  "This game is open to cheating but believe us we will fix that, maybe."  If you saw that in a game would you buy it?  Yes, because like me you are a dumb ass.

    For Honor's dedicated servers will go live on PC later this month

    By IrishAceKavo,

    Season five, Age of Wolves, begins next week.


    Dedicated servers will roll out to Ubisoft's hack-and-slash brawler For Honor on February 19, just over a year after its initial launch, and four days after the start of the game's fifth season, Age of Wolves. They'll only be available for the PC version of the game at first, but will come to consoles "soon after." 

    The coming of dedicated servers was first announced in July 2017, but Ubisoft moved slowly with implementation "to ensure a smooth transition" to the new infrastructure. Ubisoft said the full launch will "fully remove the session migrations as well as the NAT requirements while eliminating most of the resyncing, resulting in a more stable experience and improved matchmaking." Once the system is proven stable on PC (the downside of being first is that we also get to be the test monkeys), Ubi will bring it to other platforms. 

    "Changing the online infrastructure while the game was live was a challenge, but a decisive step in improving the game experience of our players," game director Damien Kieken said. "The implementation of the dedicated servers gives us confidence in the direction the game is taking and will pave the way for a full year of continued support and new contents." 

    Dedicated servers is the big hook in Age of Wolves but it will also see the addition of ranked play, an overhaul of five of the game's heroes, new training modes, and a three-week event with special rewards for players who take part. Ubisoft will reveal the details in a livestream scheduled for 1 am PT/2 pm ET today, February 8, on Twitch—embedded for your convenience below. 



    Battlefield 2018: Release Date, WW2 and Bad Company game rumours for new EA PS4, Xbox, PC

    By IrishAceKavo,

    EA has revealed it'll be shipping a new Battlefield game in 2018 - but what sort of shooter will it be?

    Battlefield 2018: Release Date, WW2 and Bad Company game rumours for new EA PS4, Xbox, PC

    Battlefield 2018: Release Date, WW2 and Bad Company game rumours for new EA PS4, Xbox, PC


    EA has announced it will be releasing a new Battlefield game in 2018, as its other big shooter - Anthem - slips to 2019's launch window.

    This will make it two years since a Battlefield launch - Battlefield 1 released in fall 2016 - but details are pretty thin on the ground about what kind of game this proposed shooter will be.

    Battlefield 2018 - Release Date
    The only information we have about Battlefield's release date so far is that the game will be coming out late this year.

    The earnings call from EA stated the game would see a Q3 release this year - if you look back at previous Battlefield games, you'll see Battlefield 1 got launched on 21 October and Battlefield 4.

    Does that hint at a potential release day? Maybe, but then you have to remember Rockstar recently announced Red Dead Redemption 2 will launch on October 26... so we imagine most other publishers are going to want to steer well clear of that.


    Is it Battlefield Bad Company 3?
    We do know, however, that this game will not be an entry in the Battlefield Bad Company series - and this all starts with some rumours coming from YouTube.

    Last year, reports circulated about a new Battlefield game in development courtesy of Battlefield YouTuber TheAlmightyDaq. 

    TheAlmightyDaq accurately predicted a lot of information about Battlefield 1 ahead of its release, leading to many sites trusting his reportage. 

    He reported that Battlefield: Bad Company 3 was in development last year, but later he uploaded another video claiming there were two Battlefield games in development - rather than just one.

    Daq reports that the Bad Company 3 game will launch in 2019, developed by DICE LA who are responsible for a lot of the post-launch Battlefield 1 content.

    The 2018 Battlefield offering will instead be a World War 2 game from DICE Sweden - main developers of the franchise - and will be a spiritual sequel to Battlefield 1.


    According to Eurogamer, the rumoured Battlefield Bad Company 3 game will be set in a "mid and post-Vietnam conflict" setting, and game modes will include Conquest, Rush, Operations, Domination and Team Deathmatch.

    As per the series so far, the game will also include 'era-appropriate' guns.

    In terms of gameplay, Engineer, Support, Assault and Recon classes are rumoured to return, alongside helicopters, LAVs, modern tanks and more besides.

    It seems pretty clear that there are two Battlefield projects in development, but depending on what studio is working on which game, we could see an announcement of Bad Company of Battlefield WW2