idkClassic
Country: Australia
Registered: March 31, 2021
Last post: August 25, 2021 at 1:03 AM
Posts: 14

Most resources have been put to the Valorant page, it's a great site fr

posted 1 month ago

Would love to help but can't code for shit haha

posted 1 month ago

unlucky

posted 2 months ago

I think with ANS coming back, they try and move Glister to the roe that Stricker played

posted 3 months ago

Probably used as a development player and will start to get play next season

posted 4 months ago

I think this season will either see him back as a mainstay in the league, or keep away for good

posted 5 months ago

While Fuel really needed a hitscan player for continued success, is Pine going to be able to live up to his 2018 performances when the whole skill floor of the League has increase so much? How does he fare against the likes of Diem, Happy or even BQB when he's on a tear?

posted 5 months ago

Great questions!

posted 5 months ago

It was streamed on the contenders Youtube channel or the contenders website: https://overwatchleague.com/en-us/contenders

posted 5 months ago

I'd agree Vancouver could easily get rolled this week with two tough games. I don't think Shredlock is as bad as some people call it, him against Daan should be very interesting to watch. frdwnr could play at the level of Ellivote if he's at the top of his game to start off the week. While I think Houston could be at the top of teams for week 1, I definitely see them falling off in 2-3 weeks, once other teams get comfortable, could slip down to 5th-6th imo.

posted 5 months ago

23rd

PAR 3-2 VAN (Vancouver get 2 maps due to having some in server experience against better teams, Paris DPS + Support line too strong however)

GLA 3-2 LDN (Gladiators hopefully learn from their week 1 mistakes + having more time for team to gel with MuZe should be enough to get them over the line. London should be a strong opponent in rush meta, wouldn't be too surprised to see them win it)

24th

HOU 3-0 PAR (Houston look like the best team in NA at the moment after a strong 2-0 week, while i think Paris will take a couple weeks to adjust to competition in the League)

Key Game
GLA 3-2 BOS (Same as previous for Gladiators + they should have a bit more confidence after closing out a win. Boston have stepped up their tank line after promoting GaeBullSsi + this is looking like it could be a great meta for them with Valentine on Echo + im37 on McCree)

WAS 3-2 DAL (Justice are looking for a title this year, Dallas will be a great first test to see how Justice can adapt to "Off-meta" picks like Doomfist comps)

CDH 3-1 NYXL (CDH looking cracked out after pounding week 1 and Leave + Ga9a being an excellent 1-2 punch for any dive comp. NYXL have a lot to prove with their rookie roster, should be a fun game full of insane DPS plays. Chengdu roster just looks better on paper, hard to bet against them right now)

PHI 3-2 HZS (Philly seem to have integrated the former NYXL tank line excellently to couple with the aggressive play of Alarm & Carpe + the emergence of Rascal's surprisingly outstanding Tracer. Hangzhou, although having strong DPS, Tanks and a promising mix of Rookies and OWL veterans in the backline, it just wont be enough to counter a hungry Fusion

25th

HOU 3-1 LDN (Houston will have a 4-0 qualifier, feelsgoodman)

DAL 3-2 BOS (Dallas simply have the better team on paper, Stand1 won't be able to stand up to Fearless + the DPS outclass im37, Valentine & Colourhex)

WAS 3-1 VAN (Not much to say here, Vancouver hopefully keep taking maps of some of these good teams instead of rolling over and dying)

HZS 3-2 NYXL (Hangzhou have a tank diff in this match. Guxue + Bernar/LiGe should pound compared to BiAncA and a reinvigorated YakPung. Every other role matches up pretty well)

Key Game
PHI 3-2 CDH (I believe this match come down to coaching, RUI vs. NineK. NineK's work with the Shock under Crusty cannot be ignored, while RUI is the most coveted coach in China and any success the Hunters have had has been under his watch. I say NineK has the upper hand)

posted 5 months ago

Chengdu look like an early contender in APAC, Valiant didn't look horrible in their games either, Molanran + Wya had good moments. Krystal seemed a bit quiet though, still has a lot to re-prove to viewers and analysts alike.

posted 5 months ago

Does anyone know of a bot so I can get notification for major contenders regions (NA, Korea, PAC)??

posted 6 months ago