On Feb 13th, 2019 CCP announced the Alliance Tournament would be on hiatus. In other words, no alliance tournament this year. It had been losing viewership over the last two years and it needed to be reimagined. We asked CCP Falcon and Elise Randolph to discuss the future and past of the tournament.
Author: David Matterall
On February 10th, 2019, one of CCP’s game developer was a guest on our Sunday show. It was CCP Fozzie, and he talked about the new updates to EVE Online for February. Together with other player, we all talked about past changes on war declaration mechanics and moon mining and how they affected the game. After the show, we invited the public to join us for a Q & A with Fazzie on TIS Discord. The following is a recording of most if that session. It begins with Fozzie’s expressing his wish to have more CCP devs openly playing EVE.
CCP Fozzie and a bunch of expert moon surveyors gather round to review how the moon material redistribution worked. Fozzie says high-sec and wormhole moon mining was higher than expected. We also talk about war-dec mechanics, the new launcher and the February patch – could this be the end of disconnects?
January 24 YC 121, terrorist attacks lead to military clashes in Amarr space, and a new way to keep track of your accomplishments, all this and more on The Universe. TIS’s Ashterothi, with Pockets, Mike Azariah talk to Amarr roleplayer, PIE Inc.’s Arsia Elkin (a.k.a. twitch streamer BalefulDysnomia) Terrorists in Amarr Space Activity Tracker
Episode eight takes us back five years to explore the Great Battle of B-R5RB, five years later. On January 27, 2014, EVE saw a 20-hour battle that changed EVE forever. FC Lazarus Telraven and Elise Randolph talk about that day. Scourge CEO leader Seth Shadoow joins us too for an engaging discussion on Russian players and their views of the battle.