Tactical Gaming is currently recruiting all players of all levels and skill levels into our well organized teams. We offer a variety of choices for you to make, whether you are a casual player or a serious competitive player and we are always active in game. From my own experience, Tactical Gaming can be very flexible. So whether you’re a casual or competitive player, we try to accommodate to your needs!
I will explain to you further and in depth about TG and what we stand for.
Q: Who are Tactical Gaming?
A: Tactical Gaming (TG) was created in November 2004 to bring together like-minded gamers from around the globe and from multiple platforms (Consoles, PC & Mobile), to provide them Headquarters (web site) where they can share their backgrounds, experience, and interests in teamwork and tactics, as well as providing them with an environment that allows a “friends-first” experience in the online community. TG is not for everyone and the different phases of our recruiting process enable us to find like-minded gamers. Different type of gamers: We have found that there are 3 main types of gamers (intro, casual and competitive) and our structure allows us to satisfy each type by grouping them with similar gamers.Awards:
We value each and every member. Whether you show great practice/match attendance, or show other qualities such as good conduct, dedication, leadership, teamwork, tactics and performance on and off the field, our attendance points system and our awards are there to give recognition to those who have earned it.Web Team:
Our large member base keeps us on our toes by asking for new features and coming up with exciting new ideas. This is where our Web Team comes in. We have a full staff of talented developers and graphics personnel that work daily on projects to keep our sites on the cutting edge of the gaming community.FAQ
Q: How many members are in Tactical Gaming?
A: Roughly we have around 2,100 active members and we are still growing. This is across games such as CS:GO, Call of Duty, Battlefield, League of Legends, Smite, Halo and more! You could be part of the 2,100+! Q: How do I sign up?
A: Simply click on the link at the bottom of this post Q: What will happen once I sign up?
A: Once you sign up, it will take around 24 hours for validation and an e-mail to be sent to you.You are then required to go through “Boot Camp”. Which puts you through a test which is about TG and their rules, just to make sure that you understand them.
To explain the test in basic terms, the test is for all new ‘recruits’ to take. This is to test your knowledge on the rules. Such as our structure, communication standards and other standards that all members must follow (Currently it is focused on FPS since those were our founding games, but a generalized test is in works).
Documents will be provided in the test as well as the e-mail/PM sent to you on the website and most of the answers will be in these documents. The simplest way of taking the test is to have the documents open in your browser and find the answers to the questions it asks you.
Once you are done there, you will need to post a thread stating you have completed the test. [They will guide you where to go next.]
After which, you will most likely be put in the Intro Squad in our 1st or 2nd battalion.
Q: I’m in an IN Squad, now what?
- A: Our mandatory practices [Which are standard across TG] are on Wednesdays and Sundays beginning 7:00PM GMT for EU, 8:00PM EST for NA; attending practices will give you attendance points.Your squad leader will teach you the basic communications and structure of TG. This isn’t because we think you’re lousy at communicating, it is just the standard of TG and it helps you to communicate a lot better once you’re in.
When you accumulate enough attendance points, you will be put into a Structured Squad. It normally takes a maximum of 4 of these practices to “graduate” from the IN squads and a minimum of 2, however if the Squad Leader thinks that you’ve picked it up really well, then you can move onto a Structured Squad faster.
If you have a preference you need to talk to your squad leader about this. Unless you are unhappy with the squad you are placed in, this is where you will stay.
Q: What happens in Structured Squads?
A: Simple answer: You play together, whether it’s Arena, Customs, or Warzone. will be up to your Squad Leader. Again, practices are between 7:00PM - 9:00PM GMT or 8:00PM - 10:00PM EST on Wednesdays and Sundays, but you don’t have to limit playing with your team to just practice times. You can play whenever you want.Q: I would like to bring my friends into the clan too, will I be able to have a squad of my own with them?
A: It’s very complicated. Even though we can make a new squad, we can’t just make them because you know each other. You can be put in the same squad that is currently available, sure, but you won’t get put into your own squad. Although this can happen, it really depends on the decision of the officers of our battalion.Basically, when enough members join, we consider making another squad, but it won’t be just for a special occasion. But if they want to join, just get them to sign up.
Absolutely anyone is allowed to join, provided you’re aged 16 and over!
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Website: Forums | Tactical Gaming. Come and check out the website in the link provided, if you’re happy with what you see then see below for your next step!
Sign up: Application
Feel free to ask any sort of questions by replying below. If you register, please reply here stating you have done so. Add TG PapaLuBie (on Xbox) if you would like to speak to me about Tactical Gaming, or if you have any questions! Make sure that you check your e-mail within 24 hours and that you sign up with your in game name.
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Thank you for taking the time to read this and I, as well as everyone in Tactical Gaming’s Halo Division, hope to see you getting Perfects with us!