Officially Shuts Down

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By HellblazerHawkman on Mar 8, 2019 at 12:36 PM
  1. HellblazerHawkman

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    So coming in shortly after news of Body Count Fighting getting shutdown, it looks like another NRS online scene host went with it., home for War of the Gods, the Kombat Cup, and The Clash, has officially shut down it's servers.


    Couldn't find any kind of official word, but if you try going to the website, it doesn't load. Fortunately for those interested, the archives for all of their past streams are available on Youtube, so they are still available. Definitely a bit of a bummer, as was the only place keeping the NRS scene active with anything for a LONG time, with Mr. Aquaman and Echo putting in a crazy amount of work to give people something to turn to. Mr. Aquaman is now doing Twitch streams for Noble, so if you want to at least get some of that commentary again, you can go check that out.
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Discussion in 'Mortal Kombat 11' started by HellblazerHawkman, Mar 8, 2019.

    1. Eldriken
      Well, damn. That's quite unfortunate. =/
    2. HellblazerHawkman
      Yeah, didn't want to speculate as to the why, but seemed sudden. They were still posting tweets earlier this week about emotes and whatnot
    3. JBeezYBabY
      I heard alot of mess surrounding that shit. People who supported that were people who basically were Alt right folks. And people on their platform were trash type people. So ...people didnt want to associate themselves with that shit site anymore and left, which came to demise of
    4. HellblazerHawkman
      Yeah, it was what happens with a lot of smaller start-up sites, like Gab. People get banned from the mainstream platforms, so they all flock to a similar competitor and kill it for everyone else
    5. KingHippo
      About time. I understand growth is important, but surrendering your site to the unfiltered trash and hatred of the internet ain't it
    6. Marlow
      That's too bad. I had a lot of fun watching WOTG last summer.
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    7. trufenix
    8. Rip Torn
      Rip Torn
      Can't say I didn't see this coming. The viewer numbers on that platform were pretty low.
    9. Slymind
      Really sad to see this go, WOTG and Kombat Kup were awesome, it was a part of my weekends.

      My heart goes out to Aqua, Echo and all the good people who organized these amazing tournaments.
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    10. haketh

      Place became a hive of shittheads & the people in charge had no intention to fix it
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    11. Eldriken
      Hopefully WotG and Kombat Kup make a return on Twitch.
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    12. villainous monk
      villainous monk
      It'll be good to see our scene back on twitch. It's a better site to watch on Mobile for us mobile users. app was hot garbage. Absolutely shitty on mobile.

      I'm glad. Now I can delete the app. With much pleasure.
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    13. Crusty
      I knew that shit wasn’t gonna last.
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    14. Braindead
      Not trying to kick someone while they're down, but was always pretty bad for me.

      I'm guessing they didn't have many servers in Europe. Shit was always lagging and buffering for me. I tried to tune into WoTG a few times and it was always pretty much unwatchable for me.
    15. Thingy
      Exactly my thoughts. StreamMe going down will actually be a blessing in disguise for the NRS scene. There will be much more exposure on Twitch. Glad that StreamMe bandaid got ripped off.
    16. CrimsonShadow
      This is not much of a surprise.. But it’ll be a shame to lose the tournaments.

      Wish they could run them on Twitch — being tied to such a tiny platform was always the unfortunate bit. The exposure could have helped a lot.
    17. Marinjuana
      Sucks but didn't really seem like they were able to compete

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