We are pleased to bring you yet another official private tracker invitation giveaway – this time around we will be giving away 100 free invites to FileList.Ro, a private tracker that hasn’t opened public signups for more than 2 years. With around a quarter a million members and a huge database of torrents. FileList is one of the largest private trackers in existence. It tracks all sorts of content including movies, video games, music, TV shows, documentaries, magazines, E-books and other general scene and non scene releases. In short, this is a tracker that can rival TorrentLeech (which is considered by many as the king of private torrent sites), both in terms of content as well as member activity.
UPDATE: We have received more than 100 valid requests. Please do not send any more emails as this giveaway has now concluded.
Statistically speaking, FileList is actually larger than TorrentLeech. It has around 254000 members and currently tracks ~48000 active torrents. Thanks to somewhat strict ratio rules, the large user base has not resulted in heavy leeching and hit and run commonly seen on most other sites of similar scale. Majority of the releases on FileList.Ro are well seeded and even torrents uploaded months ago have pretty good download speeds. This is one of those sites you can trust to have both hot new releases as well as archived releases pre’d sometime back.
FileList has a large torrent index comprising of around 48000 active torrents. There are ~45000 releases in the main category and further 3000 uploads in the Docs section (which is presented in the form of a separate browse page). Main index covers movies, games, music, TV shows, etc while ‘Docs’ lists E-books, magazines, tutorials and more. The Docs section is actually similar to a mini E-learning tracker inside a general torrent site. As you might have guessed, FileList has a lot of exclusive releases and packs (including a lot of game and movie packs) that are unique to the tracker. To identify these releases, look for torrents ending with –FL tag.
As mentioned in the title of this post, FileList.Ro staff have offered to provide 100 invites exclusively to readers of FILEnetworks Blog. Naturally, we will be giving these invites away for free – and we will not be excepting insane ratio proof, speedtests, etc from you. You don’t need to have huge buffers and you do not need to be members of elite trackers. If your stats show that you can be an active member of a private tracker without hit and running, that’d suffice. To request a FL invite, send us E-mail with the following format:
- Subject of the E-mail should be ‘FileList.Ro 01’. We use an automated software to filter the mails so don’t get this wrong.
- In the body of the mail, please include a link to a profile page on a private tracker of your choice– for example http://trackername.org/user.php?id=2447424 (you can visit the profile page on most trackers by clicking on the username located next to your ratio stats).
- In the body of the mail, include a link to a screenshot of the same profile page you included in previous step. Note – screenshot should be un-edited and un-cropped. Please do not send images as attachments – upload the image file to an image host and include the link in the body of the mail.
- Send your email to invites[dot]filenetworks[at]gmail[dot]com
Any Emails that do not meet the above standards will be ignored. First 100 valid requests will be forwarded to FileList.Ro administrators who will then send out the invites. Please allow 3-4 days for your invite to arrive.
Special thanks to Tatarus for the support given.