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names2hard4you
Country: Canada
Registered: February 17, 2020
Last post: March 1, 2020 at 11:56 AM
Posts: 4

I think the result in this match boils down to a couple things:

1) ATL did their homework on Toronto. They did scouting, they watched them play and learned that they are a divey team that likes to throw surprise picks at you. They predicted that they were gonna try to be unpredictable if that makes sense.

2) Toronto was not ready for a team to play off the current meta to shut them down. Their comp was basically tailor made to shut every one of their players down, and they just couldn't find an answer. ATL has weeks of preparation that Toronto didn't.

3) You could also argue that it all comes down to ATL just being that good. And credit to them, I think they are a top tier team, but I really believe you need to give a lot of credit to the coaching, and really analyzing what Toronto could throw at them ahead of time.

posted 1 month ago

You even went and added percentages, which no one else really does! Looks great, awesome work!

Edit: I was just testing this out on my phone, but are you not able to scroll left and right on the standings? I seem to be able to gently scroll on the mid-season tournament bracket visual left and right, but not in the standings. Desktop mode on my phone however shows the whole visual

posted 1 month ago

Wow you rock, was not expecting a reply. Looking forward to that fix!

posted 1 month ago

I love this site and use it as my primary source for stats, schedules, VOD URLs etc. However I noticed that the standings on here differ from those on the OWL site and app. Whereas standings are determined by W-L percentage, then map differential, on here standings seem to only look at the map differential. Is this an intentional thing or is it perhaps a bug?

posted 1 month ago