ISWT is a member of the Joint Virtual Forces project. It helped us to develop as a community and to meet many friends. Do you want to know more about this project? Check this out, then!
The Joint Virtual Forces Project has been created in 2014 with a simple idea in mind: enhance the gaming experience of any player. It’s not only an online community but it’s also an “association” of communities that, always independent in their internal administration and management, help each other in order to provide the best possible experience to their players.
The project started from this idea: each virtual community, independently of how many members it has, it’s often held up by a minor number of very active users which have the task to manage, coordinate and administer any aspect of the community. So, why don’t make them collaborate across different communities, so the amount of work, responsibilities and roles decrease? Also, a union of communities creates a varied, known and reliable playerbase, multiplying the chances of having fun!
This is the ultimate goal of Joint Virtual Forces: provide useful services and experiences to share during training, maps, mods and missions building and common events. JVF provides also a gaming and a TS3 server, thereby reducing the costs and optimizing the use of the resources.
Joining JVF means to stay together and have fun independently from the Clan/Group TAG. It also means to respect common sense rules and to build up friendly relations between people and groups.
The goal of Joint Virtual Forces is to aggregate players, not “snatch” them from their original Group nor interfare with decisions and the internal management of any Clan.
Joint Virtual Forces wants to provide an added value to every community, helping to raise the same aptitude for teamwork and collaboration to a higher level.