The Hague, Netherlands: Photos of the Olanpics LAN Party — 1998

"Nou hier zijn de foto's genomen op de Lan Party Olanpics * Gamepoint. Klik op de foto voor een groter formaat."

The Finest and Funniest Quake Clan in Austria: Des Fröhlichen Kasperls Klan — Ennsomnia 2001

"Der Gründungsgedanke war Fun, Fun, Fun, wir hatten nie die Absicht zur absoluten Spitze zu gehören und dennoch konnten wir einige schöne Erfolge feiern. Dieser Gedanke lebt noch heute in uns fort, auf den vielen internen und auch auf den Szenetreffen zeigten wir, dass der Spass regiert. Mehr als ein Jahr ist seit der Gründung vergangen, vieles hat sich seither verändert, Leute kamen und gingen wieder, doch fKK ist mitgliederstark wie nie zuvor in diesen Tagen. Ich hoffe noch auf langes Bestehen und eine ertragreiche Zukunft. Long live fKK, Austria's finest and funniest Quake Clan!!"

Photos of the Quakenet LAN Party 2: São Paulo, Brazil — Sep. 5 – 7, 1998

"Imagine uma rede gigante, com muitos micros, muitos jogos e a possibilidade de ficar 24hs/dia conectado diretamente com seus amigos lado a lado. Melhor ainda, veja esta rede: Foram 3 dias ininterruptos, 150 quakers, centenas de partidas e uma QUAKENET/2 inesquecível para todos aqueles que compareceram ao maior evento de Quake já realizado até hoje!"

Chaos Quake 2 Mod — Chaotic Dreams reborn: ROM LAN Party, June 8, 2000

"Now a short trip back into (maybe not so) Real Life (tm). (Just the right thing for the official start of this page) -=ROM=- who runs the famous ROMLAND CHAOS SERVER in NY just sent me some facts & pictures the first -=ROM-LAN=- 1 Party. His own words: "…it was great to have the following clans together: {FU}, [TnT], {TCA}, and AAK! We all had a blast and people came from all over including Norway, Michigan, Wisconsin, Canada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania… Everyone will be really happy to see their faces posted on Chaotic Dreams' website. We played Chaos almost the entire time here!' So… let's post these faces… =)"

The Tampa Tribune: Ready, Aim, Click! by Jim Reed

"If you own a home computer, chances are you've found at least two fun uses for it — connecting with others as a communications tool and playing games. For a few, connecting with others and playing games have become one int he same known as multi-player gaming. For these folks it has become an exciting way to play and compete against others. Robert Porter, 31, and Kevin Baluha, 33, of south Tampa have taken this excitement and turned it into a monthly social experience in Seffner. 'We want to provide the gamer with a totally submerged environment with other aggressive players,' Porter said. At their most recent event 47 people brought their computer to The Workshop of Fernquist Engineering in Seffner to hook up for as much as 4 hours of game playing. Those who attended the event played state of the art computer games. Quake II was the most popular..."