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I am an accomplished individual in Community Management, Social Media, Web Development, Blogging, and Writing.  I am also experienced working in the Gaming Industry, E-Sports Gaming, Clan  Gaming.   I am always looking for opportunities if you are interested please contact me.


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By mhahnsuper Account on 10/18/2011 6:42 AM
Achievements are one of the special awards and accolades players and teams covet. They allow the winners to talk smack, brag, and show off their awards online. I created my achievement system in 1998 while I was a volunteer for Microsoft on the Internet Gaming Zone. I was the youngest and first ever host for retail tournaments in Microsoft's history. I was the host of the Clan World Tournament (CWT). I had to find a way to provide a meaningful prize to the winners that wasn’t considered tangible or have value. I found the solution in a leader board that gave points to the winners and a custom graphic representation of a trophy. The trophy and leadership achievement system provided an addicting experience. Players and clans wanted to win badly. They wanted the trophy and the points on the leader board. If you click the the Jedi Knight Trophy link....
By mhahnsuper Account on 8/8/2011 8:13 PM
My first multi-player game was Star Wars Jedi Knight Dark Forces 2. I discovered this game at a Kmart during the Christmas holiday season in December 07. The moment I installed this game and went online with my 33,6 speed modem, I was instantly hooked forever on gaming. This game had everything in the multi-player game for me which was sabers, guns and force powers. I played this game on the Microsoft Gaming Zone at Zone.com. I became one of the best saberists on the Zone. I stunk at guns and force because I used a game pad to play. I would steer with my game pad and use my mouse to swing the saber. I was the king of the cave on the Battleground Jedi Level. No one could beat me. This game was about timing the lag. A ping for 500 was good back in those days. The favorite maps of the time were Canyon Oasis and Battleground Jedi.

I yearned for more competition...

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