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Scrubasaurus
Battletag: Scrubasaurus#1262
Country: United States
Signed Up: March 16, 2017
Last Posted: January 10, 2019 at 8:02 PM
Posts: 463 (0.7 per day)
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posted 6 days ago

I heard there is a really good Chinese flex DPS named KaMi if Chengdu is on the hunt for one 👀

posted 2 weeks ago

I apologize for the lateness of this article!

posted 2 weeks ago

where the heck is dep

posted 1 month ago

I completely forgot that they did this. I've corrected the story.

posted 1 month ago

Very disappointed we won't be seeing silkthread playing again but it's good on him that he was able to work with the team to pursue a future he thought was best for him without any conflict.

On another note, sucks to see that the team signed this entirely Chinese-speaking roster without including Kami. I think he's the country's best DPS player eligible for OWL not on any of the other three Chinese teams.

posted 1 month ago

Pretty sure Shy and Leave are both too young

posted 1 month ago

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posted 1 month ago

Congrats to the Hangzhou Spark for becoming thread 10,000!

posted 1 month ago

Because of Japanese Overwatch's history of competing in the Pacific region, the grand final run CYCLOPS made was quite significant:

  • Pacific Championship Season 1 - DeToNator.GOLD and SunSister went 3-25 and 1-27 respectively. They were the bottom two of the table and only won matches against each other.
  • Pacific Championship Season 2 - Libalent Supreme finished in last place at 0-14.
  • Contenders Pacific Season 1 - As said before, they finished 1-4 in their group. That was good enough for fifth out of six teams.

It's a shame Japan's best collection of talent has to split after showing so much promise.

posted 1 month ago

I lost my marbles and somehow convinced myself otherwise. 😅

posted 1 month ago

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posted 1 month ago

why are you like this

posted 1 month ago

They're not an org. I doubt any contracts were signed.

posted 1 month ago

Almost positive Snow wouldn't count toward it because he has lived in the US for most of his life. I'm not entirely sure what Blizzard's criteria is for "resident" of the region but it would have to be very strict to not include Snow.

posted 1 month ago

Thanks for the quick catch. I forgot about D.C. when it came to branding.

posted 2 months ago

They have already posted an anime gif rise up weebs: https://twitter.com/Hangzhou_Spark/status/1062881390377689091

posted 2 months ago

This match has been rescheduled.

posted 2 months ago

👅

posted 2 months ago

I see NYXL models their roster-building strategy after Season 1 Shock.

posted 2 months ago

This story was updated following One.PoinT's announcement of SuperPlouk and Hqrdest.

posted 2 months ago

i unfortunately don't have that kind of power

posted 2 months ago

this is the best account on this website

posted 2 months ago

If you keep up all of this engagement, Gnomes, you may just get a nerdstar!

posted 2 months ago

Btw, I missed this when writing the article, but the Mayhem originally intended to bring cloudy on as a two-way player: https://twitter.com/MattAkhavan/status/1054693976639528960?s=19

posted 2 months ago

Is that a rare Icelandic flag I see?

posted 2 months ago

UPDATE: This story has been updated following the BEAT announcement of the talent lineup.

posted 2 months ago

I watched the Contenders Season 2 finals and didn't remember him playing, and thought I was right when I checked back on our match history and didn't see his name. However, I went back and watched the VOD after your comment and found you were correct.

As a result, I've corrected both the article and that grand finals match in our match history.

posted 3 months ago

Involver provided a translation of KnOxXx's twitlonger for anyone interested: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1sqme54

posted 3 months ago

That 45-3-1 match score is written in W-L-T format.

posted 3 months ago

UPDATE: The story has been updated to reflect that Kirby will remain with the Fusion. It was previously stated that Kirby's future with the team was unknown.

posted 3 months ago

An update: WHO announced Chubz has left the team and will be replaced by Midna, who was the main tank of the team last season.

posted 3 months ago

Oh yeah, I definitely agree with what you have to say. To add onto what you said about OWL franchises hosting tourneys, I mentioned the Guilded Gala because it could have been a great opportunity to scout talent (at least for the Outlaws). Hosting some kind of Contenders LAN is a great way to hold 0 ping tryouts for OWL and academy teams, and these events should be utilized more regularly for that purpose.

posted 3 months ago

I agree with you that it shouldn't be necessary and players from all Contenders regions should have an equal chance of making it into the Overwatch League, but currently some regions are valued as higher levels of competition than others (whether that's fair or not is an entirely different argument). With the system currently in place, it's hard to see that changing without players from regions currently perceived as weaker having success in OWL, and partly because their regions are perceived as weaker players from these regions are less likely to make it into OWL in the first place (they can perform well at the World Cup and get a tryout with a major ping disadvantage but those are both barriers to entry players from regions like Contenders Korea and Contenders North America are less likely to face).

I don't actually want players to have to progress from region-to-region in a minor league baseball type system to make into OWL (I'm sorry if I didn't make that clear enough! While I wanted to show there was no progression path like there is in baseball, the main thing I'm proposing is international competition to be played in between Contenders systems) , not only is it not feasible but it also assumes some regions are stronger than others with no basis. Interregional competition would give players and teams from these "weaker" regions the opportunity to disprove the notion that they are weaker. Until then, I don't see the situation for players in these regions as one likely to change (although hopefully I'm wrong).

People should have noticed Patiphan well before, regardless of his opponents. There is no evidence that Fusion University is better than Machi Esports, after all. However, people's perceptions of the quality of teams and players within various regions will not change until they get a chance to prove themselves against the teams they believe to be the best in the world.

posted 3 months ago

Fun fact: 4 out of the league's original 12 teams have 10 players currently on their roster. Of those 4, the Shock have 5 from their original roster, the Valiant have 5 from their original roster, the Outlaws have 8 and the Fusion have 9.

posted 3 months ago

Yes, he turned 18 in June.

posted 3 months ago

He's actually so good he just played as six players.

It's fixed now, sorry about the mistake!

posted 3 months ago

No but rouge is "red" in French

posted 3 months ago
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