I Second This Motion To A Point. Why limit it to clan members? We have a huge tournament, post on the 343 forums, Halo Waypoint Forums, and Forgehub forums. Like a $15 dollar entry fee. The prize money will go to whoever we vote needs an Xbox One more than the others. Make it a fundraiser tournament. The winners will get prizes provided by members that already have Xbox Ones. If you think about it it's more income then just clan. Just clan isn't a whole lot if you think about the players that actually participate in the tournament. I mean if a member can't give money to join, pretty sure we can let that slide for a few, but other players, if we don't even make note of that. Just act like everyone paid because I know that I am going through financial issues, and the younger members in the clan may not be able to pay as well. People that if they could, would pay the fee, however due to the circumstances aren't able to. To make this simple, John or someone we trust makes a Paypal account for the clan. We can then transfer that money to a Paypal account of another. Example, I have a Paypal account, my account is linked to my bank account. It would make everything simpler then checks, and money orders since those can get lost in the mail, and take days to end up in the persons hands. Paypal is faster and more secure than anything. We could also start hosting fundraiser events like this as well. A tournament can be a beginning but doesn't have to be where these events stop. A fundraiser chain of events to help out the clan would definitely also be a big selling point to people to join. Easily put, "Our clan helps sponsor the other members of the clan with financial dis-advantages in affording new games, and upgrading their consoles,". People can see that as we're a all for one and one for all type of clan, where we support each other.