TSB is first and foremost an open gaming community. We do NOT define ourselves as “clan” as we do NOT limit ourselves to one game, developer, publisher or even type of game. Our community is all about creating a calm, safe and friendly environment for gamers to meet other gamers, play games together or just hang out on one of our many platforms.
In order to achieve our goal, we have set ourselves a “code of conduct”, a list of rules and guidelines that we all need to adhere to in order to call ourselves members of TSB. This IS our code of conduct, we ARE our code of conduct.
- All TSB members are expected to follow this Code of Conduct (CoC), The TSB Rules and Regulations as well as all applicable Laws, End User Licence Agreements (EULA’s) and Terms of Services (TOS’s).
- TSB members may only have one (1) membership account with TSB per natural person.
- Clarification: You are allowed to have more than one account in games or on steam (aliases/sockpuppets/smurfs), but we allow only one account per NATURAL person.
- The MINIMUM age to join TSB is 16 years. TSB cares about protecting Children and enforces this minimum age limit strictly.
- Members found to be under the age of 16 after signing up for TSB will be held back with immediate effect and have their account Locked/disabled until they reach the age of 16.
- TSB reserves the right to refuse members of 16 years and older who have proven not being able to “act maturely”.
- TSB members are expected to show best behavior and courtesy to members and non-members alike. The following conduct is therefore unbecoming of a TSB member:
- Discrimination – This includes, but is NOT limited to: Gender, Age, Sexual preference, Location, Religion, Personal Interests, Personal Investment, Job, Social Class or Wealth.
- Trolling – This includes but isn’t limited to the Forums, TeamSpeak and Discord.
- Flaming/Harassment – Attacking someone directly, “making it personal” isn’t allowed. Sometimes the wisest action is to “Agree to disagree”.
- Poaching – The act of luring members from other clans and communities to TSB or away from TSB is prohibited. We do allow members to have more than one clan affiliation. TSB is NOT mutually exclusive, however also make sure that this is in accordance with the Rules or CoC of the other community/clan.
- Threatening behavior – Threatening someone else or threatening your own well-being is strictly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to: Physical Harassment, Stalking, Threatening with violence or Threatening with Suicide or self-harming.
- TSB members are not to be involved in illegal behavior or actions. This includes, but is not limited to Swatting, Warez, Cracks, Cracking, Hacking or otherwise defaming the TSB name.
- TSB members may NOT use the TSB name without prior written permission. This includes, but is not limited to: Creating clans/tribes/guilds or groups in games or on social media.
- TSB encourages an “open door policy“; this means that people higher up the chain of command should be open to listen to you. Staff members are however free to “close the door” if they are unable or unwilling to engage in conversation at that time.
- TSB Officers are expected to maintain proper conduct, professionalism and maintain a level of competency at all times. All officers and their position are subject to review and replacement. Accepting an officer position is an honor, a privilege and comes with certain responsibilities. If you can’t do the job, please do not accept the position.
- The position of JCS is for life or until they retire voluntarily. A JCS may be “Assumed Retired” after 6 months of absence and no contact, at which point his/her position will become vacant and the JCS may replace the JCS. A JCS that has retired either by choice or by absence loses all entitlements in TSB with regards to rank and position.
- Any TSB member who willingly and knowingly (attempts) to destroy, harm, hack or render useless any assets of TSB, whether it’s be accidental or purposefully, is subject to legal prosecution and replacement-fees.
TSB enforces the code of conduct, however TSB cannot be held responsible or liable for it’s members or members of the public claiming to be members of TSB.
The JCS have the power to overrule or enforce the above rules at their discretion.