Chivalry Scrims IRC Channel



  • The Chivalry competitive scene is a little boring. There are so few clans out there and the numbers seems to be dropping. One thing that has helped keep the comp scene of other games alive is an IRC channel for clans to find scrims.

    Currently, finding scrims in Chiv is tough. You either need to post here or spam people on your steam… Well, now I have started an IRC channel on Quakenet.

    This channel is new and it will probably be quiet for a week or two. What we need is for clan representative to join and fill up the room. The more people in there, the more people will stay. In a week or two we should be able to put together a decent meeting point for people who want to find scrims.

    Clans from all over the world are welcome. Below you will find info on joining.

    –------------------------------------------------------------------
    You can join via quake net using the URL below and the channel name:
    http://webchat.quakenet.org/
    #chivalry.scrims

    You can join via the I order site:
    http://theiorder.com/chivalry-scrims-irc/
    –------------------------------------------------------------------

    I have already invited some of Europes top clans and will invite more people there. Current RK has a Representative in the channel along with a few other big clans.



  • Great job on the IRC channel, this really needs to get populated :D



  • Yeah, this is a good start, so everybody, join this IRC channel!



  • The idea for an irc channel to set up scrims is a good one. The channel wouldn’t need to be active and filled with discussion, but right now it seems completely deserted so I’m bumping this thread hoping to attract some attention to the channel. So please feel free to join!



  • I think the main problem with this channel was that it was hosted by IO. Not that I have a problem with that, but I think some people would prefer a “neutral” channel.



  • Ah, I didn’t look at it that way. By their nature, IRC channels require little hosting: they pop into existence when someone joins them and stay alive as long as there are people in the channel. The channel name or irc network is just a matter of agreeing. Anyone can make a new channel if the one mentioned in the op isn’t appealing, but it can only be useful if it has enough clan people in it.


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