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Support Team Services - Community Connection

An open letter to the Tactical Gaming community,
We hope this message finds you well. We wanted to take a moment to address an important topic that we believe requires your valuable input. Lately, we have noticed a potential breakdown in communication between our various Support Team Services and the wider community. We understand that there may be instances where you are unaware of the existence of these services or find the process too complicated. We believe that improving our operations and changing how people perceive us go hand in hand.
With that in mind, we would like to invite you to participate in a community-wide feedback initiative. We want to hear directly from you about your experiences, thoughts, and suggestions regarding our support team services. Your feedback will help us better understand your needs and expectations, enabling us to make meaningful improvements.
To make it convenient for everyone, we encourage all members to submit their feedback and engage in the discussion by posting in the comments section below. We encourage you to share your thoughts, both positive and negative, about our services. Let us know what you like, what you dislike, and any changes you would like to see implemented. Engage in discussions with fellow community members, exchange ideas, and help us shape the future of our support team services.
We understand that not everyone may feel comfortable sharing feedback in a public forum. If you prefer, you may submit your comments to your direct CoC who will be able to forward them along without disclosing your identity. We assure you that all feedback will be treated with utmost respect and confidentiality.
Additionally, if you have any feedback related to the Code of Conduct or any other community matters, please don't hesitate to pass them along as well. We value your input and believe that your perspective is crucial in creating an inclusive and supportive community.
We sincerely appreciate your time and commitment to making our support team services even better. Together, we can bridge the communication gap and enhance the support experience for everyone in the community. We look forward to hearing from you and working together towards positive change.

Yours respectfully,
Interim Public Relations Head
Public Relations Office

Website Upgrade June 19th

Big news, we’re finally here, ready to upgrade our website and not a minute too soon. As some of you know, we’ve been trying to upgrade our site for quite a long time now but faced several challenges. 
The various applications behind the scene were very outdated, no longer supported and started to break down. Our host provider had indicated that our site size was the biggest they had and because of this, we’re on an old dedicated server which was not sustainable for much longer. We’ve made several changes to reduce our database sizes such as the reduction of the amount of PMs and we’ve done much needed in house cleaning of our Administrative Tracking System (ATS) and forums. It didn't impact the site, but we've been doing a lot of Discord cleaning as well. Visually, you will notice some minor changes but nothing drastic. So you won't be to lost 🤣
In addition, we have multiple improvements for the Administrative Tracking System (ATS) but were dependent on the site upgrade. For examples:
improving the registration to boot camp process. Sending out emails when discharging people  Improving the PB and PPR generators Automatically Award the Good Conduct Medal to members every 6 months. And more…  
As I previously announced, we’ve implemented many changes to reduce workload at all levels including the removal of the Boot Camp forums. Well, again, we’re kicking it a notch. I’m very happy to announce that the website upgrade will also include the improved registration to boot camp process:
After the registration form has been completed, RECs will no longer wait for the registration to be approved before getting access to complete Boot Camp (BC) A new private message notification will immediately appear after completing the registration form and as usual, they will receive the same instructions to complete BC. When BC has been completed, Division Staff will review and assign to a Squad.  
So the Training Office will no longer be involved with RECs which allows Assistant Trainers (AT) to really concentrate on their fundamental objective of helping their Divisions on all training matters.
In addition, we’ve lost too many RECs due to emails being sent to the spam folder, or technical issues where emails were not being sent. The upgrade of our site will include a new tool running in the background which will ensure emails are being sent.
Lastly, emails will be sent when people are being discharged.
The upgrade will occur Monday June 19 and as such, the site will go up and down for about 24h. Note any issues and open a ticket here.

New 1st Corps Commander - TGxShadowGhost

I’m VERY happy to announce that @TGxShadowghost has been promoted to 1st Corps Commander (CC). Her relentless work ethic to complete all on and off the field tasks in a timely manner is contagious which makes her the perfect person to lead 1st Corps and influence all Divisions in a positive way.
In addition, ARMA Division has been transferred to 1st Corps which means 2nd Corps is being closed for the moment. 

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of
1st Corps Commander (CC)

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with the rank of
Lieutenant General

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Given under our hands one June 6, 2023

Signed by: TGEC

In Memory of TGxMudpath

As first reported by @TG-MAJOR-TGHQORG and @TGxKrojak  on Discord, one of our members has fallen to Cancer. @TGxShadowghost had a great idea to submit a request for the Purple Heart.  @OhMcGawGaming was able to restore his TG profile which allowed us to do so. 

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

I hereby award  one Instance of the Legion of the Purple Heart

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Given under all of TG's hands on 06-06-2023

Signed by: ALL OF TG

Insight into Vanguard Division

Good day one and all, in today's article we take a look into Vanguard Division. 
The goal is to hopefully answer some questions which could be on your mind: what is Vanguard Division, who runs it and are any future goals in place?
I am joined by The Division Officer, @mikepaluso, & @TG Datdamsniper , Squad Leader of the Rocket League Squad Octane (IN).
Between the two of them, they have years of experience here in TG, both having been Division Staff, so they are perfect to answer a few questions.
But, before we get to that, what exactly is Vanguard Division?
Vanguard Division is comprised of various game titles ranging from Apex, Hell Let Loose, Valorant, Escape from Tarkov, Rocket League, and the revival of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO).
It is the birthplace of possible new titles that TG can support.
In the past, for a new Division to be created, there were various requirements that had to be met in order for a game to be considered as a division, with the implementation of Vanguard Division these requirements have been reviewed and adjusted
to fit for a more streamlined experience for its members and staff to achieve the ultimate goal of that title becoming a fully-fledged division here within Tactical Gaming.
A suggested Non-TG Game is added to Vanguard Roster once there are at least enough recruits for a squad, then the growth can really commence.
Once there are 3 squads filled with Staff and members, then it can be considered to become its own Division.
Q&A with Mike & Sniper
1 - Firstly, can you both please introduce yourselves?
Mike Paluso - My name is Mikepaluso. I have been in and out of TG since around 2008 and am currently the DO for the Vanguard Division.
TG Datdamsniper - My name is TG Datdamsniper.  I have been around TG about the same time frame as MikePaluso,
holding a few different positions during my time from BGC of CoD to BGC of Vanguard.  Currently enjoying building Rocket League as the SL after MikePaluso convinced me to come back and take the lead.
2 - Can you describe what is Vanguard Division?
Mike Paluso - The Vanguard is a division where members can begin to grow squads for games that do not have the needed numbers to become a division yet.  It is also a place where divisions that are dying can get a chance for revival.
3 - Do you currently have any goals set?
Both - We are currently in the process of growing Rocket League with goals to have it become a full fledge division.
 Mike Paluso - We just opened a CS:GO squad, so we are working on learning the game better and then we will be recruiting to have it also become a full fledge division.
4 - Do you have any events planned or in the near future?
Both - Not currently at the moment, but we have had some Friday fun nights before.  We are open to ideas for events!
5 - What games have you seen so far grow into supported Divisions?
Mike Paluso - Arma was the first vanguard game to grow into a division. We also were able to regrow Halo and Destiny back into Divisions as well. 
 While Halo unfortunately is no longer a division.  Destiny and Arma have pushed strong, showing the Vanguard's strengths with games and members TG could have lost.
6 - How can a new game be added to Vanguard Division?
Mike Paluso - A member can suggest a new game in the Non-TG game area of the forums. To open it, it has to meet the requirements including squad size +2.
7 - What would you like to see added?
Both - We would like to see Final Fantasy XIV, World of Warcraft, and Star Citizen. We have plans to revive Escape from Tarkov once arena comes out. It is very seasonal and that would add consistency back to it again.
8 - Is there anything else you wish to add?
Both - We are always open to adding new games or new ideas! The Friday fun nights were great for trying out new potential games.  More ideas like that are always welcome and recruit your friends!
Now, there is a CS:GO squad by the name of Inferno (IN) and is led by Sinlow.
It is great to see a title that once dominated TG's Roster returning, in very capable hands of its Staff, we should see it grow and one day, grow into a Division that will be ready for the release of Counter-Strike 2!
If you want to see a title join the Vanguard Divisions roster, have the support of its staff to have the potential to become its own division, you can do so by creating a topic in the Non-TG Games section of the forums.
Be sure to check out the requirements prior to creating the topic which can be located in TG's FAQ.
Please comment below what you would like to see join the Vanguard Divisions roster as a future title.

The most hyped games for 2023

The video game industry is constantly evolving, with new titles and technology being released every year. 2023 promises to be an exciting year for gamers, with a number of highly anticipated titles set to hit the market. In this article, we will take a look at some of the biggest upcoming games in 2023.
The Elder Scrolls VI
The Elder Scrolls franchise is one of the most beloved and successful series in gaming history, with millions of fans around the world. The sixth installment in the series has been highly anticipated since it was first announced in 2018. The game is being developed by Bethesda Game Studios, the same studio behind the previous Elder Scrolls titles, as well as the Fallout series.
While details about the game are scarce, it has been confirmed that it will be set in a new location, separate from the previous games in the series. It is also expected to feature improved graphics, more realistic physics, and a larger game world than previous entries. Fans of the series will no doubt be eagerly awaiting the release of The Elder Scrolls VI.

Grand Theft Auto VI
Grand Theft Auto V was released in 2013, and since then, fans of the series have been eagerly awaiting a new installment. In 2023, it looks like they will finally get their wish, as Grand Theft Auto VI is set to be released.
Not much is known about the game yet, as Rockstar Games, the developer behind the series, is notoriously secretive about its projects. However, rumors suggest that the game will be set in Vice City, the fictional location from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. It is also expected to feature a larger open world, more vehicles, and more activities than previous games in the series.

God of War: Ragnarok
God of War was one of the biggest games of 2018, and it left fans eagerly anticipating a sequel. In 2023, they will finally get their wish, as God of War: Ragnarok is set to be released.
The game is expected to pick up where the previous installment left off, with Kratos and his son Atreus continuing their journey through the world of Norse mythology. It is also expected to feature improved graphics, larger and more diverse environments, and more challenging enemies than the previous game. Fans of the series will no doubt be excited to see what new adventures await Kratos and Atreus.

Horizon Forbidden West
Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the biggest surprises of 2017, with its unique setting, compelling story, and innovative gameplay. The sequel, Horizon Forbidden West, is set to be released in 2023, and fans of the series are eagerly anticipating its arrival.
The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world, where humans coexist with robotic creatures. It is expected to feature improved graphics, more diverse environments, and new robotic creatures to fight. It is also expected to continue the story of Aloy, the game's protagonist, as she explores new territories and discovers the secrets of the world.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was one of the most critically acclaimed games of 2017, and fans of the series have been eagerly anticipating a sequel. In 2023, they will finally get their wish, as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is set to be released.
Not much is known about the game yet, but it is expected to continue the story of Link and Zelda as they explore the world of Hyrule. It is also expected to feature improved graphics, more diverse environments, and new enemies to fight. Fans of the series will no doubt be excited to see what new adventures await them in the sequel.

2023 is shaping up to be an exciting year for gamers, with several highly anticipated games set to be released. The titles mentioned above are just a few of the many games that fans are looking forward to. Other notable titles that are expected to be released in 2023 include Starfield, the upcoming space-faring RPG from Bethesda Game Studios, and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, a game set in the world of James Cameron's Avatar.
With the next generation of consoles firmly established, developers are pushing the boundaries of what is possible with improved graphics, larger game worlds, and more advanced gameplay mechanics. As a result, fans can expect to see some truly amazing games in 2023 and beyond.
In addition to these big-budget releases, indie games and smaller studios are also likely to produce some standout titles in 2023. The gaming industry is always evolving, and it is exciting to see what new ideas and innovations developers will bring to the table in the coming years.
Of course, delays and setbacks are always possible, and release dates can change at any time. However, with so many highly anticipated games on the horizon, 2023 is shaping up to be a great year for gamers. Whether you're a fan of RPGs, action-adventure games, or first-person shooters, there is sure to be something for everyone in the coming year.
Let us know in the comments which games you are most hyped about this year. Would any of these see the light in TG?

Dead Island Returns

One of the most memorable zombie slayers is returning to our screens April 21st.
Coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC.
Original Plot
To recap, Dead Island 1 was initially released back in 2016 for Xbox 360 & PlayStation 3.
 After a high-profile party in a hotel, 4 playable characters awaken after a voice on the emergency intercom directing them to evacuate the hotel.
After finding uninhabited Rooms, luggage and clothing trailing the hallways and no sign of life, they discover that the Island has become overrun with a contagious and infectious plague, turning them into psychopathic, flesh-eating creatures. 
The survivors discover that they are apparently immune from infection, and with "The Voice" out of contact, the survivors are tasked by Sinamoi to try to find supplies and contact the outside world. As it becomes evident that the resort lacks enough supplies to survive for long, Sinamoi instead has them travel to the city of Moresby to find help. The survivors take along Jin, the daughter of the bitten mechanic who modifies an armored car they use to break out of the resort.
What's new in Dead Island 2
You are bitten, and infected, but immune and stronger for it. You Learn how to harness the virus coursing through your veins as you paint LA red with the insides of countless zombie enemies on a path to discover the truth about the outbreak, about who – or what – you are and survive. Slice, pulverize and smash your way through the horror-soaked streets of the city of Angels, dispatching the undead who get in your way. No biggie but the fate of the city – and all of humanity – is in your infected hands.
Set in the streets of LA, awesomely named HELL-A, you will discover historic and famous sites along your travels, such as the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Beverly Hills to the quirky promenade of Venice Beach.

New Weapons
As you'll expect, with a new title comes an array of new weapons to use as you choose. 
From a range of Hammers to katanas and even bear claws. You'd be surprised what is kept in the homes of Hollywood.
But for you old-fashioned gun power enthusiast, you'd be happy to hear of the wide variety of shell-loading, damage-inducing guns you can find and craft along the way.
From assault rifles, marksman rifles, pistols and shotguns. There is much to be desired in your very capable hands.  

As witnessed in the first Dead Island title, this new addition brings a new, overhauled skill system. Gone is the days of building a skill tree.
Dead Island 2 introduces a system we have experienced in a similar Zombie title.
Skill cards are becoming more and more popular in today's zombie-slashing games.
With a whole library of skills at your disposal. My 2 picks to tell you about are;
ThunderStruck - Gives the players heavy attacks whuch trigger a forceful explosion on impact 
along with Bloodlust - a Card that grants the ability to regain health when you are slaying multiple zombies in quick succession
With so much to explore, new story lines and a vast variety of weaponry. This continuation is going to be a blast!
So, grab your boots, and don't forget your bear claws, because this is going to get messy!
Are you excited for this next addition of Dead Island?
Let us know in the comments below!

No More BC Forums

The following is a big milestone in TG's history. Speaking of TG's history, as you know, everyone who joins TG must complete Boot Camp (BC). Well, many moons ago, BC was given in game or on the gaming platform's voice comms by Drill Instructors (DI). The two main issues with that was that training was not given the same way across the board which defeated the purpose of ensuring the correct information was given the same way to everyone. There were also scheduling conflicts to get BC completed. The online test was created to resolve these issues. Alright, history lesson completed 
In the last several months, we’ve been implementing various solutions to reduce workload and improve our processes all over TG and now we have another improvement for the Training Office (TO) and Recruits (REC). As you know, once BC has been completed, the REC had to notify the TO by posting in the BC forums. Well, no more… 
Once the BC test has been completed, the TO is now automatically notified via Discord!!! After successfully completing the test, they will still receive a private message with their squad assignment and check-list. If they fail, the training office will  contact them via private message informing they need to redo the test.
This will reduce the amount of work for the TO and the RECs. More importantly, will avoid losing new members  because they were not aware they had to post in the BC forums. 
As President, I don’t often get the chance to award my Presidential Coin as the impact needs to be TG wide. Well, I’m very happy to award one to @Shroomage for the initiation and implementation of this project!!! 

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

I hereby award  one Instance of the Tactical Gaming Presidential Coin
for the  initiation and implementation of TG's Discord Notifications of TG's online tests which alllowed us to remove the BC forums

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Given under my hand on November 15, 2022

Signed by: @TGxBiggy
President of TG 


A Sitdown with TG HSquared

When I was sitting down and thinking about what I wanted to write about for my next article, I wanted to touch base on something that I feel we could also use more of in Tactical Gaming.  I wanted to close gaps in knowledge about one another.  Members of TG–being that as we are a large gaming community–should always strive to better the “community” aspect.  So, I’d like to routinely interview differing members of TG, from the top and the bottom, to help us all get to know one another, and be comfortable approaching each other as friends as much as comrades on our respective virtual battlefields.
That said, I felt there was one member I wanted to spotlight this time.  A member of our community that is in fact in charge of closing social gaps in our community, as well as creating new opportunities to create more relationships in and out of Tactical Gaming itself.  And that is TG HSquared!  I’d like to let her explain what I mean by this herself with her own words.
Let’s get the basics out of the way.  Why don’t you introduce yourself and what you do in Tactical Gaming for those who may not be familiar.
TG HSquared here! I've been in TG for just over 7 years. I started my time in TG in the Halo Division, and then after almost a full year transferred to Overwatch. While there I held numerous positions, but most notably I was Division Officer for just over 3 years. At that time, I transferred to the Public Relations Office (PRO) as the Public Relations Assistant. I was then given the opportunity to become a Corps Commander (CC) and also the opportunity to be Public Relations Head (PRH), holding both of these positions requires a lot of time and dedication.

As CC for 1st corps, I am currently in charge of overseeing Battlefield, Call of Duty, Overwatch, and Vanguard Divisions (a total of 447 members). Thankfully I have amazing Division and Battalion Staff under me that do a great job with the day-to-day operations along with their Squad Staff and Members. This allows me to focus more on the big picture items for first corps along while assisting them any time that trouble may arise and helping them brainstorm how best to grow their divisions. 
As PRH, we are undergoing a transition period. The PRO used to mostly focus internally on TG, but instead we are going to focus more externally. We want to make a bigger impact on the gaming world and get the TG name out there. Along with my PRA, Vet, we are working with the Digital Media, News, Social Media, and Stream Teams to make this happen! We are hoping to bring more content that will appeal to a broader audience (including TG) which will include articles, interviews, graphics, gameplay, charity streams, and more!

Current breakdown of the Public Relations Office leadership, with TG HSquared and the newly appointed Vet as her assistant.  Source: Tactical Gaming's Roster

What keeps you staying with TG?  What do you most enjoy about being a part of this community?
Honestly, the people keep me here. I have made some amazing friends over the years thanks to TG. When I first joined TG, I was mostly a solo gamer, which was not a very fun experience especially as a female gamer. I met a lot of rude people when using in-game voice, but then when I ran into a group of TG guys in a game of Halo- they were welcoming and wanted to play as a team, focus on the game, and it was just truly a different experience. This is what brought me into TG, why I am still here, and definitely the part I enjoy the most about TG. It is nice to be able to join our members even if I don't know them, but I know that I will be welcomed, respected, and will have a good time!
What are you hoping for the future of this community and yourself?  Where do you see yourself in TG down the road?
I am definitely hoping for a lot of growth. There have been a lot of games that have been released in a less than mediocre state recently, which I believe has hurt our gaming community. OW2 and CoD MW2 have been a welcomed change from that. They both had some issues upon release, but it seems as though the developers are quickly addressing them, and we are seeing a great deal of growth in these two divisions already. I'd love to see that growth continue and for us to be bigger and stronger than we were before. 
I'm definitely planning on staying around in TG for the indefinite future. Where will I be? That's a great question. I enjoy both of my current roles, but it is a lot. Hard to say what I will do!
Is there something you would want to say to new recruits or prospective members upon their first foray into TG?
Come in with a positive attitude, be respectful, and be ready to have some fun while working as a team! Don't be afraid to give feedback on practices; your feedback is how we can improve the experiences! 
Let’s get personal.  I’ve known you for a bit and know you are big into sports.  What sport do you enjoy the most, and what team?
I love baseball and am a diehard Houston Astros fan!

TG HSquared is a huge fan of Major League Baseball’s team, the Houston Astros.  Every time we talk, she always has something going on surrounding a game or other.  Source: Official Houston Astros Website | MLB.com

Are there other things outside sports you enjoy doing in your free time?  Maybe, outside gaming?
I have two pups, Cortana and Goliath! I enjoy spending time with them as much as possible- going for walks, playing fetch, and taking naps! In addition to my amazing pups, I enjoy going out to dinner (especially for sushi), playing board games with my friends, traveling, relaxing in the pool, watching Netflix, spending time with family, and pumpkin carving. 

 Top, TG HSquared’s dogs, Goliath (left) and Cortana (right).  Bottom, TG HSquared’s collection of carved pumpkins of different designs she has carved herself.
Are there any last thoughts you want to make, let our readers know, or want to shout out?  Something you want to trigger a discussion on?
I actually have a few things I'd like to add. The first is I'd like to thank all of my staff and members; many of you give me gray hair, but I really do appreciate you guys!  Also, we offer some amazing games in TG, but we are always looking for more options. What games would you be interested in seeing in TG? Finally, GO STROS!!!!!!
Thanks TG HSquared for agreeing to sit down with me and answer some questions about yourself.  As a writer, I would love to spend more time in the future to get other members their own time in the spotlight.  And, like TG HSquared said, what games would you be interested in seeing Tactical Gaming support?  Please let me know and more in the comments!
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The TG Future of Overwatch2 with DO Primestrike

Overwatch has been with us since 2016. Now, still going strong under the leadership of our fearless Division Office, @primestrike, whom I am interviewing today. So, let’s delve deep into the future of Overwatch2.
Before we start talking about the game, let’s talk a bit about you. So, you have been with us for quite a while. How does it feel to be a member of Tactical Gaming?
To be honest, I didn’t expect to be anywhere near where I am at the moment. I met some nice people who recruited me, and I was literally expecting to just be a squad member playing the game. I never expected to be any further than that when I first joined.  
Well, you are now our DO, so how does it feel?
It has been an amazing journey. I had so many people who showed confidence in me when I had no confidence in myself, and they sort of said I should go for it. Along the way, I feel like I have grown stronger as a person being part of TG.  
That’s great to hear! Now that Overwatch 2 has come, are you confident in making our TG team shine again?
Since the launch, we have seen some growth already. Also, as the game is free-to-play and back in the public eye, it will make things easier for us to find more people. I am personally learning the new aspects of the game and being open to new people while playing together with my staff this will be one of the ways to make Overwatch TG better again. I look forward towards the excitement that Overwatch2 will bring us, just as Overwatch has done so in the past.  
I don’t think that will ever change. Now, let’s go a bit deeper into your experiences. How was your first personal experience when Overwatch started?
It was a game that, at the time appealed to me, and my first couple of games were without any comms. People weren’t really cooperating; however, after a month of playing the game, I met the people from TG.  
I bet that was a major change for you.
         In TG, I saw people that would talk to you and give you advice and support. It was a friendly atmosphere that I got from them, and it was one that I wanted to continue.
Of course, we also have the Overwatch PRO League. Do you have a favourite team that you follow?
Of course, the first one that I followed is the London Spitfire, from my own region. I also enjoyed watching Boston Uprising and New York Excelsior. I switch favourites mainly depending on what kind of playstyle they play in.  
When Overwatch 2 was announced, did you follow the process of Overwatch 2 on the foot? I think we can both agree on the fact that it took quite a while before it came out.
I took some information here and there and took the release date with a grain of salt. I wasn’t following it constantly and would just wait until stuff came out.  
Did you have a lot of discussions about it with your members?
The main discussion was about the transition from Overwatch 1 to Overwatch 2. It wasn’t going to be carried on from Overwatch 1 where we would have a second game down the line. Instead, Overwatch 1 would be turned off, and 2 would come straight in.  
Do you feel that Overwatch 2 will have a great influx of new players?
I have personally seen people playing Overwatch 2 who have never touched Overwatch in the past. The main reason for this is that Overwatch 2 is free to play, and people didn’t want to spend money on the first one.  
And now a tough question; what are your plans for the future of Overwatch community members; how do you want Overwatch to become the biggest of TG?
That is a really hard question. I want to continue with our community to keep them up and running. Give them a feeling of what Overwatch has in the space that TG can offer them. I think it is important that new people should feel welcome in TG.  
I found that to be one of the biggest advantages TG has to offer me. Anything you would like to shout out to our new members?
We have a new game in our hands; everybody is still learning the mechanics. So let’s do this together as a team to be the best!  
Do you have some wise words for the existing members?
There will be some tough challenges along the way, but we will deal with those like we always have and only come out stronger.  
This was Primestrike talking about his feelings towards Overwatch. If you want a moment on the board or you just want to be interviewed for the sake of TG (or the free coffee), share your voice about your game, or even share your own personal experiences about Overwatch with a comment down below!


To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

I hereby promote 
to the Position of Public Relations Assistant

The Public Relations Assistant Badge identifies the second highest-ranking officer in TG's Public Relations Office (PRO).

The PRA's main duties and responsibilities are to support the Public Relations Head in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities.
The PRA also brings forward any issues regarding recruiting, tournament sponsorships, and negotiations for 3rd party hardware and software directly to the PRH.
Given under my hand on this 23rd day of October, Two Thousand and Twenty-Two.

TG HSquared
Public Relations Head
Public Relations Office

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