Congrats DotA2 Team!

posted by Tripp

The DotA2 Team had placed 2nd in the Next Level Gaming Series 5v5. A Big congratulations to them! GG's team.

Merch Now Available!

posted by Tripp

Team [OMFG!] is now partnered with Kiaeneto Clothing. You can pick up your official Team [OMFG!] swag at www.kiaeneto.com

Website Revamped

posted by Tripp

We have been working on the website a bit to bring new features to everyone. We now have personal pages on each of our members. The pages have a photos, contact information, system specs, and a list of games that each member plays. Above the members name, you will see new images. These images are links to profiles such as, Steam, QuakeLive, Twitch.tv, and others. We also have buttons on the top of the page that link to the team pages. Please feel free to join us on any of our social media pages.

CS:GO Position Available

posted by Tripp

We are currently looking for three more members for our Counter Strike: Global Offensive team. We are in need of one more starter and two backups. We have not finalized our team yet, so anyone could be a starter. If you are interested, please contact myself or Daniel.

Counter Strike:Global Offensive and QUAKECON

posted by Tripp

It's been a long time since anything had been updated here, and the old new is just that, old. It's been removed so that we can bring you a new look inside Team [OMFG!] First off, Team [OMFG!] is had been fortunate enough to receive Counter Strike:Global Offensive Beta keys. So far we have to agree that we love this game. Of course, like all betas, there are issues, but they are being worked on to present what I may think to be the best of the CS series. I personally haven't played any of the Counter Strike games in several years, and most of the other members had never played them. I have to say that I love that Valve had kept the main maps still in rotation, and the graphics are just beautiful. The gameplay is just how I remember it, so many years ago. Most of all, I love how the players are so forgiving in the beta. I obviously suck, and they are helping each of us get used to the style. Its way different from the Team Fortress 2 we are used to. I believe Valve is doing the right thing with the "competitive" play by using official Valve servers for that. Hopefully they keep it vanilla. Team [OMFG!] is also proud to announce that we will be attending QUAKECON. We won't be competing, unless there are non-invite tournaments going on. We will be fine tuning our Quake Live skills in the mean time. Keep checking the site, we will be posting pictures from QUAKECON and possibly some video and gameplay from the event.