evlTV is a rapidly growing North American casting orginization. They cover UGC Highlander, ESEA, and other community events. evlTV's mission is to introduce new casting talent, as they as showcase the existing talent.
TeamFortress.TV has seen constant growth throughout the years. They cover 6s in North America & Europe and have contributed to the production of multiple LAN casted events such as GXL & ESEA.
BlackOut TV is the place to catch Highlander action from the top competitive teams around Europe and more. For over 3 years, they have seen rapid growth bringing on the best casting talent from around the world.
UGC is a free-to-play, world-wide league (North America, South America, Europe, Australia/New Zealand & Asia), that primarily caters to the Highlander scene, as well as 6s and 4v4.
ETF2L is a free-to-play, European league, that primarily caters to the 6s scene, as well as Highlander. Their Premier division is the highest division you can reach in European comp TF2.
ESEA is a pay-to-play, North American league, that caters to the 6s scene. Their Invite division is the highest division you can reach in North American competitive TF2.
TF2Center is a lobby system to organise competitive pickup games (PUG) for Team Fortress 2. Players from all skill divisions can play and the supported gamemodes are Highlander, 6s, 4s, Ultiduo & BBall.
Did you have a bad experience in the pickup games mentioned above? If so, don't get discouraged. A good experience in competitive TF2 starts with players & atmosphere. Sometimes, those factors are hard to come by when you regroup strangers together.
Finding a team can seem difficult at first. But don't get discouraged and keep looking. After all, what hobby doesn't require a little sweat ;).
If you are new to competitive TF2, you can head to the UGC Forums to post a LFT (Looking for Team) thread. For players with more experience, you can head to TeamFortress.tv. For European players, ETF2L has a Recruitment Section, you can create a recruitment post by connecting to Steam and accessing their Website dashboard. There are also a few other ways to find a team. Putting LFT (Looking for Team) in your name when you play in lobbies or PUGs, checking out the UGC Steam Group Discussions, the r/TF2LFT sub-reddit, etc.
A constant influx of new teams is crucial. Therefore, if you think you have what it takes to become a team leader, then by all means, go for it! Grab a bunch of friends that might be interested in competitive TF2 and fill the rest of your roster with players you'll find in the links above.
A Wiki dedicated to competitive TF2. Find class guides, location names on specific maps, the mechanics of the game & more!
Essentials.TF contains a list to dozen of competitive TF2 resources, split across multiple websites, in one place to find.
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