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  • Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from ATR Gamers

    • We at ATR Gamers would like to wish all members and gamers a Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays. Stay safe this Holiday and we'll see you in Azeroth, Erangel, and Aberration in the New Year!



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  • ATR Gamers 2017 Apparel

    • The ATR Gamers 2017 Apparel is here, just in time for the school year! This year we have LOTS of different styles and colors to choose from. We also have a new option in glassware, and the option for custom embroidered items.


      You'll find every item available for order in our store, items marked 'ATR 2017' will ship at the end of August. As such we would like to get all items orders in by the end of July!


      Shipping is available to both US & Canada, shipping to other countries available on request.


      If you are interested in an embroidered item let me know.




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    • Purchase a Raffle Ticket for a Chance to Win a AOC G2460PG 24" 1ms (GTG) 144 Hz Gaming Monitor

      Drawing will be completed shortly after all tickets are sold via random.org generator.

      This drawing is open to the US & Canada, if you're not in the US or Canada contact us for eligibility for your country. 

      This is also open to all, you do not have to be a member to win!!!


      $5.00 US per ticket.  At the time of this only 37 tickets remain. 


      Link To Raffle


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  • We Need Your Input

    • With the closure of our BF4 servers, this has led to a huge resource lost to bring in new members and a way to grow the ATR community.  Part of the reason is that BF4 has lost its vigor due to its age.  BF1 which we thought would’ve been the next chapter in our BF lineage failed to capture where the BF4 game and community left off.  Because of this and the rise of PUBG, BF will not be the way we will be able to grow our community. 


      What we need help with is some input from our current community members.  What are some games you would like to see a bigger interest in from the community?  What are the current games that you are playing? 


      Mainly we want to see where the interest is and where we can focus on bringing in more members who enjoy the same games as what we like to play or future games that we could be looking forward to playing. 

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    ATR Gamers - Quarter #1 2018

    ATR Gamers is a registered not for profit organization. All donations go to the cost of running our servers, websites, TeamSpeak, admin tools and events. We are officially recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c) (7) Social Club. You can trust that anything you donate is being used for ATR Gamers only, and not to pad anyone's personal bank account.

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    • Broken and Lumpy is willing
    • You are damn right I am willing to help out. I'll even make sure to be sober or drunk, which ever you prefer.
    • There's new a new heist available but I cannot do it alone. I need a team of 3 highly skilled ( or just best available) people to be willing to meet up at a time and date and commit to getting it done. Time and dates will be decided based upon what works best for whole group of willing participants. I know @Smerffy said he was down. So 2 more nerds are needed.    
    • I am really hoping we start playing this again. I get on sometimes, but with out people to play with, its just not as fun!!!
    • Account Security Bulletin A number of accounts have recently been compromised using well-known hacking techniques. Epic Security is providing this bulletin to explain what’s happening and how to best secure your Epic account and other accounts. Shared Passwords Though it’s common to use the same password across multiple Internet sites, this is a dangerous practice and should be avoided. If one of those sites is compromised, hackers can use your email and password from that site to break into your account on other sites using the same password.

      Here’s what happens: Attackers frequently download password dumps - lists of username/password combinations -from third party sites and use “credential stuffing” (https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Credential_stuffing) to find out what other websites those credentials work on. When they are successful at logging in to those accounts, they see what trouble they can create for the account holder. In many cases, that appears as fraudulent V-Buck purchases. Fake Fortnite Offers We’ve seen several instances of account theft and fraud related to websites that claim to provide you free V-Bucks or the ability to share or buy accounts. Please never share your Epic account details with anyone. Epic will never ask you for your password through email, social media, or a non-Epic website. Groups claiming to provide special Fortnite deals this way are fraudulent. How Do I Know If I’m At Risk? There is a fantastic web service Have I Been Pwned that will let you search your email address and determine if it has been part of any data breaches. If it has, you should assume that the password associated with that service is public knowledge and change all accounts that use it (not just your Epic account!).

      Even if your account information hasn’t been publicly identified as leaked, it’s possible that it may be leaked in the future, so there are steps that you can do to help protect yourself against that. You can start by signing up for the Have I Been Pwned notification service so you’re immediately alerted if your email is ever included in future dumps. What Are We Doing To Help? At Epic, we’ve been working hard to try to hunt down password dumps in order to proactively reset passwords for player accounts when we believe they are leaked online. While this approach involves a lot of manual work on our side, we believe that it prevents a significant amount of fraud. However, this approach doesn’t find every impacted account, or you might have created your Epic account after we checked a particular password dump.

      As a result, we’re working to further automate our process to check our account database against password dumps to close the gap on identifying impacted users and resetting their passwords. We’re also working hard to enable multi-factor authentication in the next few weeks and plan to have an additional blog post with more details soon. Good Security Practices Use Unique Passwords We recommend using unique passwords as a way to protect yourself from credential stuffing attacks. Having a unique password for every service will guarantee that one compromised account won’t lead to everything you own being stolen. Of course, it can be hard to remember so many different passwords.

      Consider using a password manager to help. Using a password manager, you can generate a unique password for every service and only remember a single strong password (for the password manager). Link Your Social Accounts For Extra Security Recently, we rolled out support to integrate Facebook and Google logins with our Epic account system. This provides you several advantages.

      First, you can log in without needing to use your Epic password, as long as you’re actively logged in to Facebook or Google on your browser. You’ll receive a login prompt asking you to authorize the activity and then will be let straight in.

      Second, you can always use these login methods to regain access to the account in the event that it is locked due to invalid passwords. Due to the additional security measures provided through Google and Facebook login, you can set correspondingly more secure passwords for your Epic account and then not worry about using them due to the pass-through authentication with Google and Facebook. Install And Update Antivirus While antivirus and antimalware products won’t solve every problem, they will help keep your computer safe from a lot of threats. Epic doesn’t endorse any particular product, but you can view a list of options here along with the various features of each. Keeping your computer clean of unwanted software will again minimize the number of ways your account can be compromised. Keep Your Computer Up To Date You should always keep your operating system, installed software, and drivers as up to date as possible. Small bugs from outdated drivers or software can result in performance issues or other game stability issues while missed security updates could compromise your entire computer. Epic always recommends updating to the latest secure versions of software and operating systems. Don’t Trust Shared Systems Logging in from a shared computer (cyber cafes, libraries, a friend’s house, etc.), introduces additional risk. Only log in on shared systems controlled by people you trust. Just by logging into your account on a shared system, your credentials could be stolen and you have no real insight into how secure those machines are. 

      If you’ve used an untrusted shared machine in the past, we recommend changing your password to ensure that it’s not compromised. If you play on a shared machine on a regular basis, it is critical that you use a unique password for your
      Epic account and make sure to log out of the launcher when finished each time. Enable Multi-factor Authentication When Possible Epic’s account doesn’t yet support multi-factor authentication, but we’re working to implement it as quickly as we can. We’re sorry this hasn’t come online sooner, and we’ll have an update on the status of this within the next two weeks. 

      Multi-factor Authentication helps keep your account secure by requiring more than just a password. We recommend enabling it on every service you can. This site will let you review different services and see which support it. Additional Information Don’t Share Accounts While sometimes you might struggle to complete that quest and would love for a friend or family member to help, we encourage you not to share your account information with others. Any actions committed on your account are your responsibility. If someone cheats on your account and it is banned, it is your responsibility as the account holder. Don’t Buy Accounts Sometimes, people get tired of a game and want to quit - and would like to get something for the time they’ve invested in the game. As a result, they’ll list their accounts online. While you might be tempted to purchase one and gain access to the sweet skins they have, please don’t. As the original account creator, they are likely in possession of significant facts that may enable them to recover the account through our Player Support process (such as transaction history, address history, etc.) by claiming you stole the account. There’s No Such Thing As A Free V-Buck We’ve seen the sites online, just like you. Click here, put in your username, maybe answer a survey question or two, and you’ll get as many free V-Bucks as you’d like. Those sites aren’t real. They want you to enter your account credentials into their page (enabling them to log in as you and create fraudulent charges) or else encourage you to click down a chain of advertising referrals, getting click-through advertising money for the person running the site. Under no circumstances are those sites able to actually grant V-Bucks. Our legal team is constantly prowling to hunt down those sites.

      If you’ve tried one of them in the past, we encourage you to change your password as soon as possible.  Verify Email Address While it is currently optional, we ask that you please verify your e-mail address associated with your Epic account. This will help protect your account when we implement multi-factor authentication and make it easier for Player Support to contact you in the event of any anomalous activity with your account. Player Support Details Need additional help? Our Player Support team is here for you. We have a Fortnite Help Portal with answers to many of your questions.

      If there’s anything where you feel we need to clarify further or something else you’d like assistance with, feel free to e-mail in a request.View the full article

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