?

February 28th 2015, 15:51
by rhK
ozfortress news

The third ozfortress summer cup is a one-night double elimination cup for the ozfortress community. We all know Winter is coming... Something hoot hoot related is approaching on the 8th... Come test your OWL team in a Pre-OWL tournament!

We are excited to be able to bring this tournament to you before OWL 13. Please, come along, chill in the last bit of summer sun, and play some high-quality TF2! If you can't find a team in time, the guys at TFLIVE are planning on delivering a high-quality stream!

Where do we go now? Shoot over to the details thread to understand the competition and read the rules. Once you understand all the information, head on over to our signups thread and follow the format to enter!

Who will be the Summer Champions?


February 24th 2015, 22:44
by Kenneth
OWL News
February 21st 2015, 18:17
by lammy
OWL News


All Class and Trophy award icons have been distributed.
If i have forgotten someone, contact me.

February 19th 2015, 23:01
by Kenneth
OWL News
Yes.. They are here.


We'd like to thank Valve for once again providing us shiny medals for this season to distribute to our wonderful OWL 12 competitors. The files have been added to the game, we are just sorting out distribution and then they should be on their way in short order.

If you want to make sure that you get your medal, make sure that you are listed on your team roster. If you are not, post below and we will rectify this as soon as possible. This is due Friday night 10:00pm Sydney time so we can get the medals out ASAP!
February 14th 2015, 13:53
by lammy
OZFL News


ozfl Round 126 Matches have been posted!



The longest running competition in Australia/New Zealand consists of all clans at all different skill levels. It serves as a ladder or ranking system to see at a glance where clans are ranked in Oceania.

There are no divisions. This enables clans to come up against clans outside of their normal scrim circles and pushes them to higher skill levels when versing clans they would normally dismiss as "too hard".



[rules]
[matches][maps][unlocks][point table][recruitment]
[sign-ups]
February 1st 2015, 17:55
by lammy
OZFL News


ozfl Round 125 Matches have been posted!



The longest running competition in Australia/New Zealand consists of all clans at all different skill levels. It serves as a ladder or ranking system to see at a glance where clans are ranked in Oceania.

There are no divisions. This enables clans to come up against clans outside of their normal scrim circles and pushes them to higher skill levels when versing clans they would normally dismiss as "too hard".



[rules]
[matches][maps][unlocks][point table][recruitment]
[sign-ups]
January 22nd 2015, 20:33
by lammy
OZFL News


ozfl reboot
  • If your team is interested in joining ozfl please sign up here
  • Sign up any time. Leave any time.
  • Matchs are posted every 2 weeks.
  • Ozfortress league will start once 8 teams minimum have signed up.


The longest running competition in Australia/New Zealand consists of all clans at all different skill levels. It serves as a ladder or ranking system to see at a glance where clans are ranked in Oceania.

There are no divisions. This enables clans to come up against clans outside of their normal scrim circles and pushes them to higher skill levels when versing clans they would normally dismiss as "too hard".



[rules]
[matches][maps][unlocks][point table][recruitment]
[sign-ups]
January 19th 2015, 18:18
by Kenneth
ozfortress news

Congratulations Trident for winning the second Summer Cup in a row! Trident showed just how dominant they are again by sailing through the upper bracket and winning all of their games with a decent margin. Well won. There were also some amazing games between Severity and New Direction , really showing us some good testing of logjam.

Also congratulations to :ghlol: for winning the division two bracket. GTSOM was their opponent, coming back from the lower bracket, with a very close win against Ripe Strategy, to win the first final of the extended series. However :ghlol : did manage to take the second final 3-1 capping out the last match of the night.

And of course, congratulations to Would You Rather for winning division three. WyR were fairly dominant throughout the night aside from a close semifinals versus Videogames Gaming, but they managed to press through and ended up defeating finalist yonkers in a convincing 5-0.

Also thanks to all those involved in making the night run. Thanks to Tonberry and Fear for casting on TFLIVE, as well as Some_Thing, Cobaltparadise, and Spicy Salsa for running production. Also thanks to Brodogs and friends for running coverage for division two games. A huge thanks to Lammy and Feresar for co-admining with me last night and keeping the games all running smooth.

A special shoutout to Hyce for designing the map, cp_logjam. Please go and give him feedback so the map can be improve in a way that includes the thoughts of Australian TF2.

Thanks to all the teams that played last night and we can't wait to see you all for the next competition.


January 18th 2015, 19:19
by Kenneth



Finals Live Now

Casting will be on TFLIVE

SourceTV: connect badger.ipgn.com.au:27035



January 18th 2015, 14:22
by Kenneth
ozfortress news

Hey again. Here we are with the brackets and divisions for the tournament tonight! This will be the last post before the tournament starts aside from a small casting update, so listen up!

Reminder that every match is being played on cp_logjam_b16, download link can be found here.


Notice that division two is also running the same as prem, double elimination with four teams. We hope this can provide an interesting and exciting division two, and it also allows us to include every single signup.

The schedule for Premier and Division Two is as follows:
Sunday January 18th
7:30 - Upper Bracket Round 1
8:15 - Upper Bracket Finals / Lower Bracket Round 1
9:00 - Lower Bracket Finals
9:45 - Grand Finals
Please note that the final will be played extended series, that is to say if the winner of the upper bracket loses the first best of one grand final, a second best of one final will be played. Challonge will reflect this as scores are reported.

For Division Three, we will be running it as an eight team single elimination tournament. The schedule is as follows:
Sunday January 18th
7:30 - Round of 8
8:15 - Semifinals
9:00 - Finals / Third Place match
Please note that a third place match will be played.

Please note that these schedules are deadlines to start your match, as a general rule, please start your next match as soon as challonge makes you aware that it is able to be played, and please report your scores promptly!

The following admins will be on duty tonight for any issues that need to be resolved.

Kenneth - Prem
Ferelah - Div 2
Lammy - Div 3

Please note that Ferelah will not be available after 9:00 so division two teams may contact any other admin in the case that he is unavailable.

Best of Luck!