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What is the League of KMB?

The League of KMB is a simulated-gaming clan service included and required with a TFoC Membership. The League and it's official clans operates dynamically and efficiently using the Clan Support Guide. Efficient use of the Clan Support Guide, creates the simulated clan environment, and in exchange, TFoC Network pays Gaming Clan Leaders to maintain their clans stability, which provide those simulated services.

Background

KMB (Killing Means Business) started June 06, 2008 as one of Grand Theft Auto IV first clans & only mafia-oriented on PS3, where the members simply had to put "KMB" in their profile comment boxes. After reaching nearly 700+ members and 11 branch off clans by  August 2008 on its site (smokeys.webs.com), the founder/leader (PSN: smoKEYs_world) focused more on school and the clan eventually declined. In February of 2010, now 17, he began online gaming again with no intention of reviving the once great clan, until a friend of his (PSN: geeflat) still had him on his friends list and messaged him if he were going to restart KMB.

This time, using Midnight Club: LA on PS3, in March 2010, smoKEYs_world met PSN: arroncano1 and the two started creating a new crew, originally the name was going to simply be "KMB" but added TM-N-E (then; Tuners, Muscles, & Exotics, now; The Masters N Everything) to make it a more relevant name for the game. After coming into contact with other MCLA teams, they started merging various other teams under the KMB brand, becoming the first team on the game to do so successfully. By May 2010, KMB had more than 8 teams under its brand. By November 2010, KMB had more than 300 members, and 14 teams, and slowly dis-stabilizing due to the non-central leadership of the teams. So in response, the leaders decided KMB should become a league, officially changing the formal name of KMB, into "the" League of KMB.

By January of 2011, the League of KMB had more than 600 members, 21 clans, and on all major PS3 games. By June 2011, after the PSN blackout, the league had more than 1,200+ members. By November 2011, the league had 1,800+ members and 27 clans. The introduction of the Clan Support Guide re-stabilized the league organization system.

By January 2012, the league had more than 2,200+ members and 32 clans, but faced with the fact that it was expanding with no end in sight, and most importantly, no purpose of its size. Officially partnering with TFoC Network in May 2012, it has grown to over 3,100+ by January 2013, and has been on hold since, due to TFoC Networks remodeling and restructuring of the League of KMB & its Clan Support Guide.

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