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PRT Campaign 11: SITREP #6 (Operation #3, SignUps)
Jan 20, 2016 - 7:10 PM - by [T-ADM]Spook

Hello PRT Community!

The fifth battle of this campaign has been played!

In the dilapidated streets of Grozny, both teams fought fiercly for control of the city in tense, back-and-forth fighting. In another extremely close battle, MRF came out victorious - Congratulations! Make sure to share your experiences in the stories from the front thread!







The next battle to be played will be Kozelsk, the second map of Operation Independence! With MRF playing as Militia against PDI as the Russian Forces. To understand the faction choice, here is an excerpt from the Campaign FAQ:
Quote:
To establish a proper faction balance in C11 it was decided to leave Russia outside the teams and to use it as a proxy faction. In the fictional world of C11, Russia is a third big player on the global battlefield, fighting for its own interests and rejecting alliances with the two teams. The team with no set faction on a map plays as Russians. Militia operates in a similar manner, and is backed by the opposite team when fighting a set faction. Kozelsk and Grozny are exceptions. On Kozelsk PDI plays as Russians while MRF plays as Militia. On Grozny MRF plays as Russians while PDI plays as Militia.
As with many other maps in this campaign, both teams have an agreement to refrain from using mortars and UAV.




Date: 30th of January 2016
Time: Battle start: 19:00 PRT
Server: Announced 18:15PRT
Map: Kozelsk AAS INF
Teams: MRF: Militia | PDI: Russia
No-Go Zone Rules: Kozelsk
Sign-Up: Op#3 - BC#2 - Kozelsk AAS INF






You can already watch the last week's battle PRISM recording on our Youtube Channel!


The complete set with all battles can be viewed in this thread or directly on the PRT Youtube Channel.




PDI & MRF Reserve SignUps continue to be open!
There are still alot of slots available!


Check the Signup Status Thread for more information. Make sure you subscribe to the thread to avoid missing any openings!



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PRT Campaign 11: SITREP #5 (Op. Independence, Christmas Break, PRISM Recordings)
Dec 16, 2015 - 5:50 PM - by [T-ADM]Spook

Hello PRT Community!

The fourth battle of this campaign has been played!

In the forests and the streets of Dragon Fly, we witnessed what will likely remain the closest battle of the campaign - the battle ended at the four hour time limit with MRF clenching a one ticket victory, 88-87. Congratulations to MRF! Make sure to share your experiences in the stories from the front thread!

With this victory, MRF has claimed wins in both battles of Operation Rolling Thunder, gaining 5 points, bringing the overall score to 7-2 in MRF's favour.




The next Operation to be played will be Operation Independence! This Operation will begin with the newly added Assault on Grozny, with PDI playing as Militia against MRF as the Russian Forces. To understand the faction choice, here is an excerpt from the Campaign FAQ:
Quote:
To establish a proper faction balance in C11 it was decided to leave Russia outside the teams and to use it as a proxy faction. In the fictional world of C11, Russia is a third big player on the global battlefield, fighting for its own interests and rejecting alliances with the two teams. The team with no set faction on a map plays as Russians. Militia operates in a similar manner, and is backed by the opposite team when fighting a set faction. Kozelsk and Grozny are exceptions. On Kozelsk PDI plays as Russians while MRF plays as Militia. On Grozny MRF plays as Russians while PDI plays as Militia.
As with many other maps this campaign, both teams have an agreement to refrain from using mortars. Additionally, it was agreed to play only the inner city layouts to ensure a fierce urban firefight and make full use of the unique new scenery that [R-DEV]Ason provided us in the last patch.




Date: 16th of January 2016
Time: Battle start: 19:00 PRT
Server: Announced 18:15PRT
Map: Assault on Grozny AAS INF
Teams: MRF: Russia | PDI: Militia
No-Go Zone Rules: Assault on Grozny
Sign-Up: Op#3 - BC#1 - Assault on Grozny AAS INF





With Christmas soon approaching, the Campaign will have a break in the battle cycle from Monday the 14th of December to Monday the 4th of January. During this time normal battle cycles are suspended. We hope everybody enjoys the holidays!



The C11 administration is pleased to announce that the recordings of the PRISM tool are being made available for each battle in C11! PRISM is a tool allowing real-time viewing of the map with vehicle and player positions visible for both teams simultaneously, along with the scoreboard, kill-feed and chat-feed.




The complete set can be viewed in this thread or directly on the PRT Youtube Channel.




PDI & MRF Reserve SignUps continue to be opened!
There are still alot of slots available!


Check the Signup Status Thread for more information. Make sure you subscribe to the thread to avoid missing any openings!




Currently we are experiencing technical issues with the Tournament Teamspeak3 server. A fully functional and up-to-date backup server is being used in its place.
Backup Teamspeak Details: 5.9.5.3:31011 (autoconnect)

Tournament business is being conducted as usual here until the main Teamspeak3 server is functional again. We apologise for any inconvenience.




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PRT Campaign 11: SITREP #4 (Op. Sudden Strike, StatusPage, SignUps)
Nov 29, 2015 - 8:48 PM - by [T-ADM]Spook

Hello PRT Community!

The third battle of this campaign has been played!

On the forested hills of Wanda Shan, we witnessed the closest campaign battle so far - the battle ended with a 69 ticket lead for the German team. Congratulations to MRF! Make sure to share your experiences in the stories from the front thread!





There is no time to rest - Battle #2 of Operation Sudden Strike is next up! With Dragon Fly AAS Infantry it will feature one of PR's classics with British Forces vs. Militia.



Date: 12th of December 2015
Time: Battle start: 19:00 PRT
Server: Announced 18:15PRT
Map: Dragon Fly AAS INF
Teams: MRF: Great Britain | PDI: Militia
No-Go Zone Rules: Dragon Fly
Sign-Up: Op#2 - BC#2 - Dragon Fly AAS INF







Our interactive campaign map has been updated. Some basic features have been added to make it easier to use for those who may be unfamiliar with the tournament and to get a better idea of the current tournament status and its progress.


There are now separate URLs for each operation so they can be linked easier. The current operation is now always highlighted in the navigation bar and completed operations are marked with the winning teams colours for each of the battles.

When opening the campaign map, it scrolls to the current operation and expands the next battle in that operation automatically, including date and time of the upcoming match.

Big thanks to [T-ADM]UTurista and [T-CON]Aleon for their continuous work and support.





PDI & MRF Reserve SignUps have been opened again!
There are 30 slots available! First come, First Served!

Check the Signup Status Thread for more information. Make sure you subscribe to the thread to avoid missing any openings!



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