2 kr wins
|Signed Up:||January 2, 2017|
|Last Posted:||July 3, 2017 at 4:02 AM|
|Posts:||27 (0.1 per day)|
Close game on Nepal, ggs.
4-0 sweep, damn.
Is ShaDowBurn in the states yet?
Honestly the skill ceiling for mercy just isn't that high whereas pharah and ana are much more impactful in skilled hands.
Selfless has earned it more so than NRG did, if that's what you're asking, which is the whole reason why people are so irked about NRG getting the invite over teams like Selfless and Immortals and LG Evil. They're definitely more proven.
I really wanna see how Envyus fares against NA teams, and whether not they'll dominate the regional competition, they've been away for so long the last time they were home Talespin was still on the team :(
Lol, your post must've been submitted seconds before mine, it wasn't there when i made my comment, what a coincidence.
The one game advantage wouldve been better if it were a bo7 instead of a bo5, right now it's too huge of an advantage.
it’s very important to choose a good game that is a popular esports title within your country
My question is: can these three experts be players? It'd be super dumb if this committee can recommend a roster with themselves in it.
For me, ZP Monte Doa and Hex are all great choices i would vote for.
Seagull is probably going to be on team USA again and I really hope he can be more responsible as a captain this time and not practice because "his hands are too cold". I love Seagull and I love his stream but I kinda lost respect for him after I learned about this :(
1st place gets 5,000aud, compared to 100,000usd for 1st place in Overwatch Pacific Championship, it's a no-brainer.
open to all teams whose players all have CyberGamer Premium
This is bad. A paid subscription as entry requirement.
Wow, after nanohana's injury now this :( Best of luck to Janus.
Online tournament sucks, there's constantly players playing with a high ping, putting the team in disadvantage. It's sad to see shadowburn (referring to winter premiere) and shadder2k, two of the best genji in the world suffer because of this.
My guess is that
Please don't "guess" when the internet is right by your hands, that doesn't do justice for the players tsm mistreated and the people regi dicked on. (oh wait that's the same thing)
the org has just had too many run-ins with bad luck
It's just tsm's" luck" that they happen to form a formidable team in the early days of lol.
and have had trouble recovering
There's no "recovering" from regi.
Holding a tryout throughout a major tournament is messing with the team synergy of renegades and complexity, how do you expect to devise strategies as a team when you have new people constantly? Not enough practice and no time to develop a tacit understanding of your teammates is fucking them up.
You meant "Vive La France" (facepalm)
Despite the 3-0, this was a really close game.
Weirdest game I've watched in a while.
LG Evil's attack is good, but their defense needs work, they lost point A twice in the first push by renegades. Mangachu surprised me with the dominant hog play, that stagger on lucio was crucial.
Edit: Wow, LG evil took those last two maps (Gibraltar & Eichenwalde) with much ease.
Renegades is really good on Oasis. Their two games against LG previously in week 1 and 2 on oasis was very dominant. Sypeh surprised me the most with the improvements in his zarya play, top notch.
Both teams have three carries, yet TL is somewhat hesitant to run triple dps and instead opts to put shadder on dva most of the time.
Agreed, Miro was constantly outplayed by Kaiser in the rein 1v1.
give them time, i'm sure they'll shine.
The twitch stream is experiencing some problems, go to youtube and search "carbon series live" to watch the stream there instead.
I really hope that renegades signs Sypeh already. I just finished watching both games, RNG against luminosity and liquid, and his style fits the aggressive roster so well.
If renegades make the same mistake and trials another player mid-winstreak again then it's no longer a mistake, it'd just be the management being flat out bad at making choices.