Name: Bobby Schofield Age: 42 Gamertag/PSN: GT- PastorBobbySco2 PSN- DuxOnThePondd Which consoles do you play on?: XBOX One, PS4 Time Zone: CST What is your general availability for User vs User Games?: Every evening from 6pm until late into the night....Flexible during day How did you hear about Tradition Sports?: Heard and read about it at Operation Sports 1) Have you ever played in any Online Leagues before? If so, where?: For as long as they have existed...Primarily through Operation Sports 2) How long have you been playing video games? How long have you been playing online?: I have been playing video games since Atari and I have been playing online leagues since the Dreamcast. 3) What type of player would you say you are?: Honest. Dependable. Sim. Competitive. Not a win at all costs, but don't get me wrong, I try my best to win 4) Our community consists of a more mature bunch with the average age hovering around 25-30 years old. How do you feel about any difference or similarities between our population and your age?: Well........I feel like an extremely old geezer!! I feel I will fit in well. My love for Madden, The Show, and MLB usually brings us together, not pushes us apart 5) Please tell us a little about yourself. We want to get to know you and hope that you will be around for a long time.: I am a Pastor of a small Nebraska church. I have a wife and 2 beautiful girls, ages of 7 and 5. Family is everything to me!! My hobbies that I love are sports and video games and I love a mix of the two!! 6) Fitting into the community is vital to the experience here at TSO. How do you see yourself fitting into our community?: Very well. I am a great communicator, a sim player, and someone who also competes hard and likes to have fun! 7) What do you hope to get out of being a member at TSO?: Fun, competitive play and to meet some new friends to be honest. I really do hope to connect with some new people here 8) [SITUATION]: You are participating in a league game when your opponent clearly breaks the league or site rules. What do you do? How do you handle the situation?: DO NOT QUIT THE GAME. Try and pause the game and communicate with my opponent about what I am seeing, as maybe what I am interpreting as a broken rule is not. If we cannot come to a resolution, play the game out and then report what I was seeing to one of my commissioners to decide. I would obviously also send video of what I think is not correct and then wait for their decision 9) Have you checked out the different league openings here at TSO? Have you found any leagues you are interested in? What is your preferred setup?: I have not yet as I heard many are already full BUT I would love to get into a good one as soon as I can!! I have read and agreed to the rules of the site.