Who are these crazy guys?
The concept of TF2Center was born mid-late 2012, and the members of the team have put their free time towards the project since.
Founder, main coder, staff team management, external relations
What started in 2012 as a small side project has evolved into something beyond my wildest dreams. As the main coder, I have written most of TF2Center's backend logic but today, I'm also responsible for the staff team, weekly mod meetings, hiring new developers and overseeing external relations with serveme.tf, etf2l.org, teamfortress.tv and recently scrap.tf. Words cannot express how incredibly proud I am of what we have become: a platform for competitive TF2 for over 180k players. That doesn't mean we can sit back and relax: we have only just started! With so much potential, my ambition is to make this game as great as it can be. Organizing the Archimedes Cup was one of the first major contributions we have made to the TF2 community, and you can expect even more from us this year!
As a friend described my character in traffic: the fact that someone else drives slowly on the fast-lane doesn't mean I'm going to wait for them! We are TF2Center, can you keep up? ;-)
Hi there. I am a North American moderator. We have an amazing forum that you should check out if you have any questions. If you need immediate help that can't be answered on the forums feel free to add me.
Hello everybody, I'm BlueBunny from Germany and AC (anti cheat) moderator on TF2Center. I will always do my best to help and secure a fair and good game on our site. The forum is the best way to get attention from all of us, so be sure to use it if you need help with anything or have suggestions!
Hi all; many of you know already, since I have been playing here since the very beginning. You can find me around most of the day, and especially in the EU evenings playing Mumble-required (Advanced!) Lobbies.
Former Design, Frontend Wizard
If you like TF2Center, it's probably because of the elegant design and layout. This is the guy who made that all possible... But not just that, very little people know that in the very beginning he also helped setting up the project using his skills as (former) professional Project Manager and Graphic Designer. MT, we couldn't have done it without you and we're sad to see you taking on other priorities today. Thanks for all of your very very hard work, my friend! - MN
Former devops, infrastructure, community
Foxy has been around from pretty much the early start. He's pretty much all-round: played prem., is a professional dev, helped setting up infrastructure and especially monitoring. On top of that he has been solid on PR for us. He has been an incredible asset to the team and a personal friend as well. - MN
Former main sponsor, forum management, infrastructure
Jayserp has also been around from the early beginnings. He has a lot of professional experience managing infrastructure and forums. He was also kind enough to let us use his servers during 2014. A true asset to the team; thanks for everything Jay! -MN
His work decorates the site header. 9 classes, 9 various characters, 9 unique poses and tons of the sketches thrown into trash can. If you need something done in SFM, now you know whom to ask. Good job, Zoot.
Former staff team
We're grateful for his efforts towards this project and sad to see him leave ;-(
Former Community Moderator
One of the oldest players I know around here; I'm sure I speak on behalf of the TF2C staff when I say we will miss your fatherly advice and warm chatter ;-) Thanks for the many hours your put into this project, Moocow! - MN
Former Community Moderator
nrd. has not only been a huge asset to the AU community, but also to the entire TF2C community. His energy was always remarkable, whether making a hilarious YouTube clip, managing (community) support, working bans or doing PR. He is the only (AU) staff member I know that would regularly get out of bed at 8 AM to attend a staff meeting ;-) nrd. thanks for everything! - MN