Minecraft Survival Games (MCSG™)

Jun
22
by ChadTheDJ at 12:08 PM
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Long overdue, but Quarter Quell was next on our list to release new map! Thanks to Red Forest, we now have another map to choose from the original Catching Fire map called Drifting Shores. However, we will not stop just with 2 maps! MCGamer will be hosting a Map making competition for Quarter Quell soon! Before rushing off to your build servers, please note that we will need to finalize a list of build requirements needed to make your map compatible with our network. Check back for details later in the week. Have fun and may the odds be never in your favor! ;)
Jun
20
by ChadTheDJ at 2:42 AM
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Starting off our YouTube Channel with some fun introduction videos for our community! We will be soon releasing a cartoon series which is hinted at the end of this video. Hope you all enjoy and subscribe as more videos will come soon later this month!

Be sure to like & subscribe to: https://www.youtube.com/user/MCGamerNetworkYT

Platinum rank giveaway weekend!
Our biggest giveaway yet! Celebrating our new YouTube Channel, we are giving away 20 Platinum ranks! How to enter? http://contest.mcgamer.info
Jun
19
by Col_StaR at 7:28 PM
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Stats Resets and You
Written by the staff of MCGamer

Recently, the community received an item which it has been requesting for quite some time: the ability to reset your own MCSG statistics.

Stats have been held as an empirical marker for the community to compare skills between players. Stats were especially important to those who were apply for clans, as the easy access to the number of wins and number of total games played became an indicator of skill and a qualification for most clans. However, not everyone was pleased with their numbers, and they often sought ways to quickly and easily improve them. Alternate accounts were often used as stats resets, but buying new accounts to merely improve a set of numbers was expensive and overkill, and such access to alts often created a separate set of problems.

Chad and the developers recently got down to work figuring out a workable system for stats resets. After a few weeks of work,...
Jun
18
by ChadTheDJ at 11:12 AM
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Hello Tributes,

For those of you who didn’t know, Mojang changed its End User License Agreement (EULA) with the expressed intention of preventing Minecraft communities from making money on Minecraft. Some players have been proclaiming the end of days for Minecraft, claiming that by enforcing the changes in their EULA Mojang will force communities like ours to shut their doors forever. Responses from the community have been negative so far, from ranging from a polite change.org petiton that caused a DDoS Minecraft’s main servers for 24 hours, to funny #SaveMinecraft Campaign videos. However, cooler heads have prevailed, and we’re proud to say that Minecraft will live to play another day.

Let’s make this clear: MCGamer will not be affected by the Mojang EULA changes.

Let’s Allay Some Concerns.

First of all, the EULA changes are a lot more...

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