Among the thousands of private torrent trackers that are online, there aren’t many sites dedicated to tracking E-Learning and infotainment content. This particular niche is primarily dominated by a handful torrent sites such as BitMe, Docspedia and BitSpyder. If you are interested in joining a similar site, here’s some great news – TheGeeks.Bz has finally launched. TG.Bz is the latest project by TBZ crew, the awesome folks behind hugely successful private trackers such as The Box, The Vault, The Place, The Empire and The Occult. Although primarily an E-Learning tracker with video tutorials, books and test engines, that’s not all you’ll find on The Geeks. In addition to educational material, it indexes all sorts of infotainment content ranging from History channel documentaries, music tutorials to even magic torrents. Signups are currently open and trust me when I say this – you don’t want to miss out on this tracker.
As it is always the case with any TBZ tracker, the official launch of The Geeks has been a massive success. You won’t see any fancy welcome messages on the homepage except for the text “ End The Lack of Knowledge! - Remember, remember the 8th of September” (8th being the official launch date of TG.BZ). The site looks highly polished and it already tracks over 2000 active, well seeded torrents. Thousands of users have registered on the site during the first day of open signup itself and many more are set to join as the news spreads to BitTorrent forums and blogs. Although only a day old, The Geeks feels like a veteran community buzzing with activity.
Just like other sites in the TBZ family, The Geeks is a specialized tracker. One might call it an E-Learning torrent site but it’s actually much more than that. In addition to educational content, you can find a lot of general infotainment releases such as documentaries, lifestyle related books and even some really rare stuff such as magic torrents. Torrent categories range from computer science, business, engineering to fine arts, do-it-yourself (DIY), music tutorials, Sports and Phys, etc. Note that these are not torrents that are commonly found on other trackers – there are some rare, exclusive, unique releases on The Geeks and it’s these torrents that greatly enhance the value of the site. Anyways it’s very difficult to explain the scope of TG.BZ through a simple blog post such as this – you’ll have to become a member and browse the site yourself to understand what the hype is about. Either way the screenshot below should help get you some idea on the sort of content available:
While ‘The Geeks’ may index a lot of rare torrents, it thankfully is not one of those secret sites that aims to hide from the public (or make it insanely hard for new members to get in). TG.Bz is currently open for registration and you can directly sign up for an account without the need for an invite code or having to go through interviews or invite applications.
Site Name: The Geeks (http://thegeeks.bz)
Signup URL: http://thegeeks.bz/signup.php
Open registrations will not continue forever so get in while you can – as we said before, this is a site you should not miss.
Other sites in TBZ Family
With the launch of ‘The Geeks’, there are now 6 private trackers in the The.BZ family. Use the ‘Full Review’ links below to find more information and signup URLs of these sites.
- The Empire - TV Torrents From Canada, Australia & Other Commonwealth Countries (Signups Open) [Full Review]
- The Vault – Tracker for money making, SEO, marketing, businesses and business management related content. [Full Review]
- The Place - Private tracker that specializes in lifestyle content [Full Review]
- The Occult - Specializes in torrents related to various cults, ways of living, religions, healing, etc (Signups Open) [Full Review]
- The Box – Probably the largest site in the bunch - British TV tracker [Full Review]
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