I’m currently in the process of revamping this website to bring it into the modern age, as well as archive the content I have posted elsewhere on the web to this location (or a location similar to this). If you’re looking for my zany ideas and opinions about competitive gaming and the games that drive the industry, you’ll want to look for lowercase esports until the aforementioned transformation has taken place.
A few points on my recent history…
I started to participate in SquadOps events in early 2018. SquadOps is an organization of players that hold regular private games that promotes tactics and teamwork in Squad. Participation is open, but in order to attend events, players are required to complete the SquadOps Tactics and Training (SOTT) Basic course to participate in operations.
I completed SOTT Basic in early January 2018 and I have also completed the SOTT Advanced Weapon Systems and SOTT Vehicle courses. In April 2018, I passed the SOTT FTL course. In June 2018, I achieved the SOTT SUL certification. I also joined SquadOps staff as part of the Event Admin team.
In September 2018, the machine I was gaming on died and left me to resign my position as part of the Event Admin team.
In April 2019, I returned to active status within the SquadOps community with the procurement of a new gaming machine. Shortly thereafter, I was invited to rejoin staff as a part of the now-defunct Representation team. At about the same time, I started training to join the SOTT team. I completed SOTT’s staff training regiment in June. In February 2020, I continued to expand my roles in the organization by rejoining the Event Admin team.
Around March 2020, I was invited to help build an EVE Online wormhole corporation with a few friends from SquadOps, including its founder, Karmakut. In short order, we built the corporation into one of the fastest growing groups int he game using his YouTube audience.
Karmunism has called several wormholes home, but has now downsized into something more appropriate for itself as IRL and other priorities have taken the focus of many of the more active leadership away from the group. K.LIM still exists today, but in a much smaller form. I also briefly spun AMAT. back up in order to assist newer players to the w-space lifestyle to adjust and integrate into the game. That corp will always be there.
After my retail job description and shift times were altered to include non-daylight hours, I felt that I could no longer put the time into SquadOps or Karmunism on the level of involvement that I had previously endeavored. I officially resigned my SquadOps position in July 2020. I still hold an officer position in Karmunism.