A game, usually in RTS games, in which real-life players are pitted against more, less or an even amount of computer-controlled players.
Usually this involves playing the maximum amount of allied human players vs. one enemy computer because the computer is easy to kill when outnumbered. Unfortunately, during these kinds of games, BackStabbers exist, who will wait until the computer is dead, look unsuspicious and then attack the remaining players with a huge force, all under the players' noses.
"I destroyed a comp in a Comp Stomp last night."
"That unsuspicious-looking backstabber killed us all after we killed the computer!"
A type of game, usually in RTS games, where human players pit themselves against AI in equal, easier, or harder difficulty levels. Strangely enough, the AI can usually be much harder than a human opponent given how the AI has a knack for attacking early and knowing exactly what to do.
Sadly some RTS players comp stomp with easy games just to boost their win-loss record and not look so bad.
"It's best to play in comp stomps to gain yourself some experience in RTS games."
"I love playing comp stomps in Dawn of War. It's actually challenging!"
"Man some people comp stomp just to boost their record...pansies."