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There are really two types of competitive in TF2. The first is the more structured league play that has been done in leagues such as ESEA and UGC for 6+ years now. This involves a lot of coordination outside of the game itself to set up and, depending on the league, may have a lot of item restrictions in place that are enforced by TF2's built-in Tournament ...


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Beyond Powerlord's excellent answer, competitive play in TF2 tends to look a little different than the normal action on the public servers. Teams play and practice together for extended periods of time and rely heavily on voice chat to coordinate their pushes, as opposed to the random teams and random chatter on pubbies. Games usually follow the standard ...


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Unless he owns the games, he'll have to purchase them again for his account, log into your account or be granted access using Steam's Family Sharing system. Games like TF2 and DoTA 2 will work fine, but other titles such as Counter-Strike: GO will require a repurchase (for his account) or family sharing licenses. As for having to download the games again, ...


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Games that are free to play, such as TF2 and Dota 2, like you mentioned, will work fine, and the person who logs into his Steam account on the computer with the game won't have to re-download the game. Games that are not free to play can only be accessed only if the account that owns that game is logged into in Steam. If Family Sharing is enabled and both ...



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