We are 'The Disease' (DDZS is our shortend tag) a multi-game PC clan. We are truly different to other clans that are out there, we're essentially an online community / group of friends that enjoy each others company and play whatever games take our fancy at the time. We specialise in FPS but we have plenty of members who are in to MMOs, etc. We predict the two next big games for us are going to be DayZ (standalone) and Star Citizen. We don't have specific requirements about how often you have to play or what games, just that you should speak English for our voice coms, carry our clan tag on steam and check our site regularly.
The Disease doesn't have any specific entry requirements or restrictions for joining the clan. Instead people wishing to join The Disease need to fill out a clan application form which will ask questions about you and the games that you play. If that's all ok a clan officer will then contact the applicant to arrange some time to play together and assess the applicant - skill, teamwork and personality being the main qualities we look for. You don't have to be the worlds greatest to join us, but you do need to be able to hold your own and show potential.
Join us. - You wont regret it, you'll find a PC gaming family for life.
When you join us you get access to:
Teamspeak Voip server which is open to your friends.
Free @the-disease.co.uk email account.
Depending on what we're into at the time maybe game servers.
Clan only forums and other hidden functionality (e.g. Shoutbox).
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