New Owner of TORParse Revealed


Some of you may know theITfactor from Redditif you follow the SWTOR subreddit regularly. Well, we have some exciting news about TORParse and its new owners. The news comes after this post on Reddit:

Hello fellow SWTOR players and TORParse users!

It’s been a chaotic last two months, but I’m pleased to announce that TORParse is finally fully transitioned to its new ownership. My name’s Hayward and the other co-owner is BigBlockhead, both of us from the Jedi Covenant server and the guild Tranquility.

We can’t wait to get going with the updates we have in store for TORParse, and just as James was we are always open to ideas and suggestions for making it even better.


Their intro post here explains a little more of their background in the gaming community:

Sam was previously a statistics admin for TORParse, working closely with James over the last few months to ensure uploaded combat logs were genuine and helping to develop the many features TORParse has to offer, including work on group parses and group uploads (oftentimes using Tranquility as a guinea pig for testing). Despite what his character name may imply, he’s very knowledgeable of the inner workings of TORParse and the TORParse client, and will help ensure TORParse remains an excellent choice for SWTOR parsing and statistics logging going forward. He happens to be Canadian, but I won’t hold that against him if you won’t.

As for myself, I come from an interesting assortment of gaming fansites that I managed as a server administrator over the years, ranging from “RuneHQ,” one of the largest RuneScape fansites, to “TORCommunity,” the first SWTOR fansite. Born and raised in the United States, I currently live in Indiana.

As for me, I’m happy to see that TORParse will remain live and good to see members of the SWTOR community stepping up to make it happen. I look forward to what they will do in the future of the site. What about you?

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.