Member of the Year: Day of Defeat: Source

Award Recipient: I SURVIVED LONDON BLITZ

As an eight year member of eGO, I SURVIVED LONDON BLITZ is not only one of the Day of Defeat’s longest-serving members, but also one of EGO’s. Born in 1939, London survived the Nazi’s attack on the British capital, making him one of the few players of DoD:S that was actually affected by World War II.  Now living in Australia, London uses this longtime, and unique, life experience to help keep the division running smoothly. It does not matter what situation he experiences in his favorite server, Avalanche, London always makes sure to admin the situation quickly and efficiently. Due to its popularity, the environment in Avalanche can get pretty rowdy, but London is always there to straighten it out and keep a happy mood at the same time. London has shown longtime dedication to EdgeGamers and the Day of Defeat division. He continues to uphold the morals and beliefs of the organization to the highest standard, through his adept administration skills. It is with honor that the Day of Defeat Leaders present I SURVIVED LONDON BLITZ the 2016 DOD:S Member of the Year Medal.

Austin

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.

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