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# 177921 19-Aug-2015 10:52
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Hello everyone,

I'm part of an Christchurch-based IT company that often holds LANs for our employees (we currently have 6 employees that are into gaming). We play all sorts of games, including:

 

  • Rocket League
  • Battlefield 3 & 4
  • CS:GO
  • Killing Floor 1 & 2
  • Team Fortress
  • Anything else that may be interesting at the time (DayZ, H1Z1, etc)
We are currently looking to meet over the internet/Steam and play against other groups of players (just for fun :))

If you are part of an IT company that does similar things, or have a small group of friends that would like to engage in friendly competition, please let me know and we can arrange for a Friday night of gaming sometime.

We prefer team-based games although FFA is also OK :). Any game goes - please put your recommendations if you have any.

Cheers

Cat





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  # 1369189 19-Aug-2015 11:18
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I'm with Orion Health (CHC) and we have gaming guild too. :-D




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  # 1369193 19-Aug-2015 11:23
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Hi Chiefie,

What games do you guys normally play? We are into Rocket League this month.

Thanks for your reply :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 1370183 19-Aug-2015 11:34
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altcat: Hi Chiefie,

What games do you guys normally play? We are into Rocket League this month.

Thanks for your reply :)


Well we have Wii U at work and at the moment we have SSBB tournament. On PC, HOTS, Dota2, L4D, CS:GO. Some Rocket League, ED etc.

What company are you in?




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  # 1370187 19-Aug-2015 11:46
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Hi Chiefie,

I work for i.t.online, an IT business solutions company.

We don't have a Wii U in the office yet (though we are planning in getting one as soon as possible) so we mostly play on PC/Steam.

How often do you guys play? We do an official gaming night once a month, though some of us play every week where possible.

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  # 1370391 19-Aug-2015 17:03
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We should have a ChCh GeekZone LAN :-)






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