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Message 887357 - Posted: 22 Apr 2009, 18:16:20 UTC

I'm thinking of joining a team but have some questions first. What does it entail when one joins a team,do you simply combine your stats to the teams stats and gain contact with the other team members or is there more to it than that? Secondly, how dose one join a team?
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Message 887388 - Posted: 22 Apr 2009, 21:40:25 UTC - in response to Message 887357.  

Joining a team means just that you joined a team. YOur credits will always be yours. However when you join a team the credits you generate are included in the team total. If you leave that team those "team" credits stay with the team. You won't lose your credit at all. Some teams require you to join them to reach private forums, etc. most teams have an MIRC chatroom you can access and visit members as well as forums which may be sparce or very active.

Hmmmm How to choose a team? I'd go about it by looking at the people on the forums, visiting team sites that interest you. Perhaps look at national teams or club teams. See if there are teams that match your interests. It wouldnt hurt to look at the Teams recruiting here on this forum. find anything interesting?

In the end its a matter of personal preference and how comfortable you are with the people on the team. The easiest way to know this is probably the forums and IRC chat
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