A ONLINE GAMING ORGANIZATION
WHAT IS AN ONLINE GAMING CLAN
In computer and video gaming, a clan, community, guild or faction is an organized group of players that regularly play together in one or more multiplayer games, but is focused on a particular game. These games range from groups of a few friends to 4000-person organizations, with a broad range of structures, goals and members. The lifespan of a clan also varies considerably, from a few weeks to over a decade. Numerous clans exist for nearly every online game available today, notably in first-person shooters, massively multiplayer games, role-playing video games, and strategy games. There are also meta-groups that span a wide variety of games. Some clans formed by groups of players have grown into multi-million dollar professional esports teams.
Most clans on Xbox One and PS4 consoles are so organized that they have official clan websites with forums to interact and discuss many topics with the rest of their clan. They offer in clan awards and medals for clan achievements ranging from time in the clan to wins and contributions to the clan like donations and prizes for giveaways.
IS SMG FOR YOU
Do you find yourself jumping online and playing with other random people on multiplayer, do you want to be involved with something more organized, would you like to meet new people and develop your skills to become a better player?
If your answer is yes then SMG ESPORTS is for you. We offer all our members an area to communicate with other players from all over the globe, a place where regular players can just jump on with each other and get some games in, they can even get involved with other streamers who help each other grow, or do you fancy a challenge? If so we offer facility for teams or players looking to join teams to play in Epic Clans or GB’s
Bring your gaming life to the next level by joining us
WHAT GAMES DO WE PLAY
Our main game is Call of Duty, however our members all play different games like
plus many more
So even if you get fed up with one game you can still join in on an other.