UPDATE: Article updated with Demonoid open registrations. See end of post for details.
Here’s a quick news update from three different private torrent trackers; BZEE.TV (BzT), SqN and The Music Play (TMP). BzEE.TV, the brand new ratio free TV tracker we talked about sometime back, has once again opened signups after being closed for a while. Next, the ratio free music torrent tracker SqN which suffered from an extended downtime, returned much to the delight of it’s user base. In other news, another music tracker The Music Play (TMP) which is a new entrant to the BT scene, celebrated its first month of being online, adding over 1000 torrents and members. For a detailed version of these news items, please continue reading.
BzEe.TV open doors – again
About two weeks ago we brought you news of a brand new TV torrent tracker BzEe.TV. Although this site has only been online for less than 20 days, they already track over 1600 torrents and have managed to recruit over 1100 members. Earlier it was announced that open signups would close once the member count reaches 1000 members – this in fact did happen and the site was invite only for a while. However, signups have been opened again so if you missed getting into BzT the first time around, here another chance. Looks promising.
TMP – New music tracker
New music torrent trackers have been launching left and right in the last couple of months and here’s another young tracker. The Music Play (TMP) is a specialized music tracker from Romania that’s been online for about a month. There’s nothing revolutionary about TMP in terms of content (usual scene and p2p releases) but there’s no denying the fact that it has gotten off to a good start – their user base has reached around 2000 members (it wasn’t open for signup all this time either) and the number of active torrents has risen to 1100. If you care about the looks, TMP has a nice looking layout where site elements are well organized. For those who want to check the site out, signups are open.
SqN is back
SqN, a ratio free music torrent tracker, came back online two days ago after being offline for more than a week. SqN’s downtime was discussed a lot on various BitTorrent forums with many believing the site closed down for good due to lack of donations. A mass email was sent to all members of the tracker announcing its return on the 4th of February but there was no official communication from its administration explaining why the site was offline for so many days (there were talks of moving the server which could be one of the reasons). Either way, SqN’s users would be glad to know that there was no data loss involved with the site being offline. Normal service seems to have resumed at SqN - torrents are being uploaded as usual and they’ve added two new themes since the return.
Site Name: SqN
Stats: 1000+ users and 7000+ torrents
Invite Channel Details + Full review: [Click Here]
Demonoid – First open registration since ‘the return’
Popular semi private BitTorrent tracker Demonoid is open for registration the first time since it’s return. If you still haven’t got a Demonoid account here your chance to get one without begging for invites. This tracker’s download restrictions for non-members were relaxed and users are now able to download 5 torrents (max) per day without having to log in. However, if you want the the full ‘green demon’ experience, having an account on this site is a must. Demonoid tracks all sorts of content ranging from movies to comics and is one of the most resourceful torrent trackers in existence. In case you forgot, their forums are now back online as well.