Europe needs to step their game up
|Registered:||October 20, 2016|
|Last post:||September 5, 2018 at 12:52 PM|
Europe needs to step their game up
Is Sweden unaware that Cocco is from their country?
I was secretly hoping they'd pickup the U.K. national team, but this squad is pretty sick.
This news creates way more questions than answers. It's not the author's fault, of course, just the transaction as a whole.
Mano over Miro or Kaiser?
I have been very impressed with him and gods. My biggest worry about C9 now is communication. Seeing that Kaiser speaks some English is pretty sweet.
Can we please give Rogue a French flag?
I'm hopeful that those who helped run the monthly melee can be involved with OWL as well. I looked forward to these every month. I hope this means bigger and better things are coming, but for now, this is sad.
Dummy would be removed by NRG so quickly
I'm glad you touched on ESL and FACEIT. To me, leagues like this are great for not only the pros to have something to constantly compete in online which lead up to a LAN final, but in the case of ESL, it engages amateur teams to compete and develop new players/teams. OWL doesn't sound like it will provide that.
No, but it doesn't seem like it'll be some sort of draft. They'll pick certain teams, which will use the rosters they have in place at that time.
How does he expect to play OWL season 1 when those teams will have established rosters?
Does anyone have any information of leagues being created online with divisions of skill similar to ESEA with invite, main, open, etc.? In terms of promoting competitive play, having these leagues really help players who aren't pros have something to play for.
If they're not creating an online league for lower divisions, some other league like ESEA should start something in order for more teams to participate in competitive.
This may be a dumb question, but I simply don't know much about the league. Will the league be only for professional teams or will there be lower divisions?
I'm watching the Strivewire Monthly Brawl which hasn't even reached 1,000 views on Twitch. Which seems to be way too typical for most competitive Overwatch tournaments. Yet I see streamers daily in the multiple thousands. Why doesn't our community support competitive Overwatch more? This has to be a big reason why Europe hasn't created more tournaments.
NRG definitely seem more lost than most on their selections.
Woohoo! Hard to predict right now with so many changes to rosters and the game itself.
I think seagull really limits things with picking hanzo and mei so much. The abilities of the two characters should be used more situationally, not as main compositions even with their recent buffs. I wouldn't say he's the reason they lost, but I think they could be improved if he played different compositions.
Can't wait for this match. Real tough for USA
Also, I wonder if this is why gods didn't look too cheery in the Russia game yesterday.
Congrats to clockwork and numlocked. Hoped guys like this would succeed in overwatch after watching them in tf2 for so long. I'm a little confused about removing gods since I haven't seen clockwork's play be overwhelmingly better enough to make this change. I wonder if t has more to do with what balances out the class compositions they'll be running outside the mccree since both gods and clockwork are excellent at that class.
If yuki is as good at overwatch as he is tf2, we're in for a treat.
Loving the attention overwatch is getting. Please invite some Asian teams like Lunatic Hai and make this even more competitive and draw even more international attention.
Lunatic-Hai making their case for the best in the world. Someone tell Taimou to get off the Reaper so Talespin can stay away from McCree