Medal of Honor & Distinguished Service Recipients

Adam, Medal of Honor

For over 9 years EdgeGamers has benefited enormously from the contributions of Adam, formerly known as Mister Adam, who likes to call himself the Chief Delegation Officer. Whatever he’s called, he’s known for being one of the go-to leadership members for problem solving. Whether it’s a personal issue between members or solutions to make EGO better, he’s a key player when making positive things happen for the community. After a break from leadership, he was brought back to a Community Manager position to revive a struggling Team Fortress 2 division and took that task head on. Since his return the division has seen growth in server rankings and fun! EGO thanks Adam for dedicating his talents and time and for his positive, entertaining personality, and is proud to award the prestigious Medal of Honor.

Oey192, Medal of Honor

oey192 joined EdgeGamers over 6 years ago. His first division was Team Fortress 2, then later Minecraft, serving as Admin Trainer while working with plugins for that game. After a brief stint with the PSC, Oey was brought to the Tech Team full-time in July of 2014.

Since his move to Tech he has proven to be an awesome programmer who’s always there to help out new programmers by applying his knowledge learned through the years. Under his tutelage, other members have gained programming skills that can be used in and out of EGO. Under his watch the concept of Maul/Daps has turned into something amazing, well beyond what was expected in its inception. With its new release on the horizon, EGO will be able to manage new recruits and current members more efficiently, enabling leadership to spend more time gaming.

EGO thrives in the gaming world directly because of the dedication and generous contributions of oey192. It is with great pride that we award him the Medal of Honor.

Agent6262, Distinguished Service

Invaluable contributions to the Tech Team, specifically for innovative improvements to MAUL / DAPS.


A part of EdgeGamers since May 2008, Austin has been a part of many aspects of our community. After leading the Counter-Strike Division, Austin was brought up to the Community Manager rank in March 2011, and later accepted the rank of Chief Operations Officer in July 2014.