An update to Team Fortress 2 has been released. The update will be applied automatically when you restart Team Fortress 2. The major changes include:

  • Ended the Jungle Inferno Campaign
  • Added a contracts-only pass to allow players who did not participate in the Jungle Inferno Campaign to access the Jungle Inferno contracts. This pass does not grant campaign-specific perks such as the enhanced Casual Badge.

Ready Up: Competitive Team Fortress 2 is a film produced by about the competitive Team Fortress 2 esports scene, a scene that has thrived continuously on the community’s support. From pro players and viewers, to casters and producers, as well programmers and designers, the film explores a look into the creation of competitive 6v6 over the past 10 years.

The film will be premiering on February 18th 8:00PM ET / 5:00PM PT, live at ESA Rewind II before the Invite Grand Finals at Esports Arena in Santa Ana, CA. Additionally, you can tune into ESA’s Twitch channel.

The third season of is about to begin! This Pick/Ban Prolander league is broken down into multiple divisions. Paid divisions with a total prize pool of $4,000 for experienced players and completely free divisions for players who want to try out this dynamic, fun and fresh competitive format. is currently only a North American league, but plans to expand to Europe in the next couple months. New team registration ends on February 20th. Players who are looking for a team can post in the LFT section of the RGL website. Register today at the website.

The Jungle Inferno Campaign will be officially coming to an end this Sunday, February 11th. But don’t despair — Jungle Inferno contracts will continue to be available for existing pass owners. The ConTracker will continue tracking your progress, and you’ll still have access to the exclusive items in the Mercenary Park Gift Shop. You’ll have to say goodbye to the Jungle Inferno main menu theme and the Special Events matchmaking category, but you’ll still be able to play all of the Jungle Inferno maps. Each map will move to the appropriate matchmaking group based on its game mode. Now get back to taunting complete strangers!

So, there was a rule we made about the new Elite dodgeball rockets! The first person to complain about them gets the server deleted!


As of this day forward, Elite will no longer be as the rockets just aren’t good enough for you. We know you had a hard time reflecting them, and probably blamed your lag as well. However, in reality it was probably just you.

Don’t worry, in reality though… I’ll probably just reset the rockets to there old config!

Happy 2018!

An update to Team Fortress 2 has been released. The update will be applied automatically when you restart Team Fortress 2. The major changes include:

  • Fixed Festivize Woodsy Widowmaker not drawing the lights
  • Fixed the main menu being muted if clients disconnect from a server while in freezecam
  • Updated festivized items to use “Festivized” in the name instead of “Festive”
    • This will help disinguish the original Festive weapons from weapons that have had a Festivizer applied to them
  • Updated Strangifiers so they can no longer be applied to War Paint items
  • Updated the equip_regions for the The Koala Compact, Pocket Saxton, and Pocket Yeti

Missed note from the Smissmas update:

  • Australium weapons can now be Festivized

Recently we cleaned up our server list of the servers that few/no players went on. Below will be the servers we removed to clear up confusion if you were one of the few players who went on them once in a while.

Vs. Saxton Hale (Dallas, Texas):
Slender Fortress (Dallas, Texas):
Dodgeball Bot (Dallas, Texas):
Dodgeball (Dallas, Texas):
Prophunt (San Jose, CA) :
The Hidden (San Jose, CA & Dallas, Texas): |
Trade (Dallas, Texas):
Capture the Flag (San Jose, CA):
Payload {San Jose, CA):

In the meantime we still have many servers that were not removed which can be found on our group bio.

Thank you.

An update to Team Fortress 2 has been released. The update will be applied automatically when you restart Team Fortress 2. The major changes include:

  • Fixed missing War Paint icons in the Steam Community Market and Steam Inventory
  • Fixed The Hot Hand not displaying the item level in its description
  • Fixed Steam Workshop file uploads applying filesize limits before compression, rather than after
  • Updated materials for the Dovetailed War Paint to fix a problem with the alpha channel
  • Updated materials/models for The Snowmann and The Nuke
  • Updated the localization files

Prepare yourself, the UGC League Winter Season is about to start! Come join the thousands of players that played last season for some competitive TF2 action! The first week of matches starts January 19th for 4v4, January 22nd for Highlander and January 24th for 6v6.

UGC has divisions across North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia/New Zealand. Players from any of these regions are encouraged to sign-up and join the fun! (Remember, February 1st is the last day that teams can sign up.) Visit the UGC website for more information.