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|Ozzy Furocity (OzFur)|
OzFur Logo, created by Mezerian
|Author(s)|| Community Manager: Leon Hunter 
Lead Admin: SolarFlare
|Launch date||12 September 2010 |
Ozzy Furocity, also known as OzFur, is an online gaming community based in Australia founded in September 2010. The name Ozzy Furocity originates from a play on words, consisting of "Ozzy" to describe its Australian origin and Furocity which is a combination of ferocity and furry. The community currently hosts TeamFortress 2, Killing Floor, Left 4 Dead 2, Minecraft and Teamspeak servers in both Australia and the United States. As of August 2011, Ozzy Furocity is the largest Furry Community on Steam and is the official gaming community of The International Yiff Center.
Leon Hunter, the leader and founder of Ozzy Furocity, was once apart of The Furry Pound (TFP), however due to differences in direction and methods, he split from the rest of The Furry Pound to form Ozzy Furocity. Following the split from The Furry Pound, the community had become well established gaining over 900 group members and 8,650+ unique players within its first month. It is most notably known for being laid back and open to all players, both furry and not.
Ozzy Furocity's signature servers are the Versus Saxton Hale servers (#3, #4, #9) that run a proprietary re-write of the mod, with many players making fan-made videos and even a Wiki about the mod. In August 2011, Ozzy Furocity opened its' first US server, with plans to add several more there and in Europe depending on demand.
- During October 2010, Ozzy Furocity put measures in place to prevent Internet Explorer being used on its site citing it was "For various reasons, including the security of our users" and that Internet Explorer did not render the site correctly. Users of Internet Explorer were redirected to a notice explaining the change and advising users to swap to Mozilla Firefox. This move was reversed at a later date on portions of the site.
- In December 2010, the Ozzy Furocity article on WikiFur was vandalized by the IP address 220.127.116.11. This IP was used by Bushmaori () and Steve Holt! on the Ozzy Furocity servers a short time before. The two players concerned were kicked from the servers earlier for anti-furry trolling. The same people later persisted via open proxies.
- On the 4th of April 2011, Ozzy Furocity sent their host an official complaint due to an ongoing Distributed Denial of Service attack aimed at other clients affecting OzFur's TeamFortress 2 servers. The complaint detailed that unless the host made "clear, timely and effective steps by yourself and your company to address these disruptions we will have no choice but to A) Discontinue hosting our servers with you. B) Seek a full refund for the affected periods. C) Refer the matter to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) pending a full refund under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. D) Explore possibilities to recover damages caused directly by your service to our brand name under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and Civil Law." The host of the servers took the complaint very seriously and quickly responded with their intention to deal with the issues mentioned (later doing so).
- In April 2011 the Ozzy Furocity TF2 servers were subject to a Denial of Service attack that interrupted service for 2 hours. The attack started at around 4pm and with the co-operation of the host, the culprit was quickly identified and cautioned to stop or else Australian Federal Police, iinet (the culprits ISP) and Pipenetworks (The datacenter provider) would be involved. The culprit immediately stopped.
- In April 2011, Ozzy Furocity made an announcement on Easter titled "Zombie Jesus Day" coupled with an in-game advertisement to such an effect. Whilst this correlates with Leon Hunter's (at times well known) atheistic views, it was expected to have caused some offense to members of the community.
- Ozzy Furocity's TeamFortress 2 (Saxton Hale) servers peaked as the most popular in Australia and its other servers frequently occupy the top 10. 
- Ozzy Furocity currently has 12500 members. 
- Ozzy Furocity plays host to between 50k to 80k kills every day 
- There are currently 24 Ozzy Furocity Servers. 
- Every day, Ozzy Furocity gains between 200 and 500 unique players who have never played on the servers before. 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Ozzy Furocity, 12 September 2010. Ozzy Furocity (OzFur) Steam Group
- ↑ The Furry Pound, 15 September 2010. Dear TFP - Steam Announcement
- ↑ Leon Hunter, 15 September 2010. Fureedom! - Steam Announcement
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Ozzy Furocity, 10 October 2010. Ozzy Furocity - HLstatsX
- ↑ Gametracker.com, 10 October 2010. Top 50 Australian TF2 Servers