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remiska
SteamID64: 76561198036119430
Country: Bangladesh
Signed Up: April 16, 2017
Last Posted: June 18, 2018 at 5:18 PM
Posts: 1129 (2.4 per day)
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literally 1st line contradicts you
and pixel i haven't said anything about being disappointed or anything that would imply it

posted 1 month ago

how happy YOU are with owl is not a measurement of success
just saying

posted 1 month ago

and it turned out great for them playing bunny, not even a tic
they stopped playing bunny for a reason, soon is just better

posted 1 month ago

i dont recall any problems with visa in european union in any esport its always usa

posted 2 months ago

outside of this conversation and dreamkazpers situation
americans pls learn about your law, age of consent in most states is 16 years and in many european countries its 14
18 has nothing to do with sex (other than watching porn which is pretty dumb when you can legaly have sex but not watch it on the internet but thats totally offtopic)

posted 3 months ago

no, players have no influence on where/when/to whom they are traded, which is not that weird and is normal in other esports but its true that management is much more involved than in other esports and more decisions are made at the "top"

posted 3 months ago

actually +1 he already on twitter is posting a lot of analyse stuff give this man a chance as coach

posted 4 months ago

(pssst) (how would he know who to dm?)

posted 4 months ago

stop reviving these old threads
for real no point in this, one is ok interesting but dont spam them

posted 4 months ago

Eu casters were a lot better than semmler
On na we have zp who while rusty is one of the most experienced and best casters/analysts in overwatch

posted 4 months ago

stop with the popcorn, makes posts unreadable
and i never liked him, always seemed like a dick

posted 4 months ago

sinatraa is not gonna be part of "one of the scariest dps duos"
no idea from who you want to buy dafran from, McDonalds? you think they will sell their best employee?
and more seriously dafran, most likely, is not coming back to competitive overwatch anytime soon

(also side note its not "divas" but "dvas" there is no i)

posted 4 months ago

ok, never heard it and it sounded more girly, still rest of the arguments stand

posted 4 months ago

AméliE Lacroix - widowmaker
Mei-Ling Zhou (there isnt even single "a" here) - mei

its not any trend its just the fact that female names (specially of European origin) eften end with an "a"

also Emre you proposed doesnt end with "a" either

posted 4 months ago

broke it during first day in mountains (desk/casters went to snowboard/sky)

https://twitter.com/DriftwoodAsh/status/963930828517470209

posted 4 months ago

send pm to enigma

posted 4 months ago

^

posted 4 months ago

if you dont have anything worth posting just dont post

posted 4 months ago

and i looked at these stats and understood that babybay is able to secure first kills when his team is playing well and giving him space so he can easily get first kills (thats just example of explanation not saying thats my opinion)
you looked at stats of one player and you picked the explanation that fitted what you were looking for, from scientific point of view you should not look for arguments that prove hypothesis but for ones that disprove it
good luck with internship and think about what i wrote

posted 4 months ago

mayhem coach looks like a kung fu master ...

posted 5 months ago

plus akm this looks like one of the very best dps trio around

posted 5 months ago

Yes i pretty much said Taimou is inconsistent, and he always was, so not sure how this makes him overrated
And if you don’t know meaning of phrases used in esport maybe you shouldn’t comment on it?

posted 5 months ago

Most overrated player
Taimou.
His loose playstyle worked well before but now he’s playing against the best players in the world and his retarded flank plays aren’t working anymore. His hero-pool is limiting Dallas as well.

he was always playing against best in the world and sometimes botting sometimes destroying same is happening right here, he destroyed seoul (granted seoul is an overrated team) on junkertown
people rarely said taimou is the best in the world coz he is very mood dependant, what people usually say is that when he is in the zone he has the highest skill celling on heroes like widow in the world which still stands

what would fit better in most overrated is ryujehong who is below avg zen and when ana is not meta he isnt impact full

posted 5 months ago

just little thing: gigantti/nip was best eu team in 2017 ;)

posted 5 months ago

discussion is in the menu you can open in the top right corner

posted 5 months ago

So after addition of “discussion” in the menu I now can’t get even to settings and I can’t really scroll it
Edit Works now

posted 5 months ago

Golden boy and no zp and jkap? Are they stupid?
I’ll be honest but golden boy is neither good host nor caster he was decent at the stage with interviews at last rlcs finals but thats all

posted 5 months ago

Likely, as they were kinda declined owl spot I don’t see them coming back to overwatch anytime soon

posted 5 months ago

Also is there any way to see the “normal” forums? As on the left (most recently edited)

posted 5 months ago

iPhone se

posted 5 months ago

Is tgere something under settings? I think I see something down there but can’t get there
I’m probably in little bit unique position as I have 4” screen

posted 5 months ago

Actually akm is neither signer nor first to be signed (in the process of finalising deal)
Zappis is first one
Kruis already has team and I don’t think he will be signed to owl just yet specially after he recently changed role

posted 5 months ago

Retarded, and the fact blizzard did not do anything to prevent such things is just pathetic

but on the other hand over.gg being source of the news is something new and it would be great if this was more often

posted 5 months ago

And this triggers me

posted 5 months ago

its an hltv meme...

posted 5 months ago

Chipshajen tweets>Taimou tweets

posted 5 months ago

I aren’t think that!

posted 5 months ago

He deserved it, can’t remember single time he didn’t delivere

posted 5 months ago

birdring came 2nd and 3rd in the biggest tournament pre owl - apex as well as 2nd in seoul cup these ARE achievements to which s4 is no where close
and again i did not put anyone anywhere as i did not have slightest impact on this ranking

posted 5 months ago

i think it came out pretty good and i know my opinion would be biased so i didnt include it but:
id add dafran at 20th or 19th because he carried mediocre team (selfless) into being for some time best na team and the super aggressive style he brought became for some time na meta
ryu lower as he did not adapt well to meta after ana nerf
soon above flower as while flower is very skilled he did not achieve much (due to lack of tournaments in korea but still)
other than that its really good imo

posted 5 months ago

as you can clearly see, no

again i did not rank this i just put the ranking i got into equation but
faze had very underwhelming year and while yes sdb is up there with the best skill wise he did not achieve anything in 2017 (http://liquipedia.net/overwatch/ShaDowBurn/Results look at the 2017) imo s4 is far less skilled then sdb and he also did not really achieve anything in 2017 (owwc and rumble may are the best but at rumble they got demolished by selfless carried by dafran http://liquipedia.net/overwatch/Surefour/Results)

posted 5 months ago

I repeat myself but I didn’t rank these players

And here my opinion: I would put ryijehong even lower imo he is overrated and once ana was out of meta he wasn’t that impactful and him forcing ana instead of much stronger zen was bad for the team on more than one occasion (see for example first map of owwc 2017 against usa

posted 5 months ago

You’d need to ask people who gave me rankings but it’s in most cases combination of both and imo a really big part was impact they had on these results

posted 5 months ago

mykl is at the 0th place no need to rank

posted 5 months ago

Sdb and faze had a weak year but he is starting this year really strong

posted 5 months ago

(i run out of characters in the post so i put it here)
As i already had people comment on my "poor" judgement of overwatch players i repeat, this is not MY ranking but rather a combination of rankings from different community members and pros (i did not have an impact on it) as i decided this would be the best way to rank pros in Overwatch

Final ranking:

  1. zunba
  2. Ryujehong
  3. tobi
  4. chipshajen
  5. aKm
  6. EFFECT
  7. uNKOE
  8. LiNkzr
  9. birdring
  10. Profit
  11. Miro
  12. Taimou
  13. Fl0w3R
  14. SoOn
  15. Saebyeolbe
  16. KnOxXx
  17. coolmatt
  18. Boombox
  19. TviQ
  20. HarryHook
posted 5 months ago

link to Part 1 with players from 20th to 11th place:

Ranking of top 20 players in Overwatch in 2017 part 1

10. Profit

South Korea over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

GC Busan
London Spitfire

Results:

  • 1st Overwatch APEX Season 4
  • 1st APAC Premier 2017

While Profit might be considered the best player in the world he did not have much of an impact on the scene as his achievements all came close to the end of the year. Still his contribution to one of the biggest underdog stories in all of overwatch historie with GC Busan defeating Lunatic Hai, Kongdoo Panthera and Runaway in their road to APEX championship can’t be overlooked.

9. birdring

South Korea over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

Team Kongdoo Uncia
Team KongDoo Panthera
Cloud9 KongDoo
London Spitfire

Results:

  • 2nd Overwatch APEX Season 3
  • 2nd Seoul Cup - OGN Super Match
  • 3rd Overwatch APEX Season 4

Looking at results, birdring might come across as one of the least achieved players in this ranking and playing in a region by many considered to be the most competitive as well as low number of tournaments prevented him from lifting a trophy he deserves. But with his undeniable skill on dps he was crucial to his team being considered by many to be one of, if not the best in the world.

8. LiNkzr

Finland over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

Team Dignitas
Arc 6
Ninjas in Pyjamas
Rest in Pyjamas
Team Gigantti
Houston Outlaws

Results:

  • 3rd Overwatch PIT Championship - Europe Season 1
  • 1st Alienware Monthly Melee: May
  • 1st ASUS ROG Tournament 2017 - Summer
  • 1st Overwatch Contenders 2017 Season 1: Europe
  • 1st ASUS ROG Tournament 2017 - GameXpo

Finnish star was one of the most impactful european player in 2017, bringing tremendous firepower on hitscan and genji to every team he played on. While at first his fully finnish adventure with slow paced and known for triple tank composition NiP didn’t work out, with some later adjustments they were able to unleash their potential and with their star dps player popping off win Contenders season 1 against Misfits.

7. uNKOE

France over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

Rogue
Los Angeles Valiant

Results:

  • 1st Alienware Monthly Melee: February
  • 1st Alienware Monthly Melee: March
  • 1st Alienware Monthly Melee: April
  • 1st Overwatch PIT Championship - North America
  • 1st Overwatch Rumble - April
  • 1st Overwatch TaKeOver 2
  • 1st BEAT Invitational - Season 2
  • 4th Overwatch World Cup 2017

uNKOE was alongside akm second most consistent and important player in Rogues performance in 2017. Thanks to rise of dive meta and french support players prowess on Zenyata he became regarded as one of the worlds best support players. His excellent aim helped him turn tides of many games in french mans favour and with how strong dive was uNKOE didn’t need to play many other heroes, still his ana is amongst the best in the world.

6. EFFECT

South Korea over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

Meta Bellum
EnVyUs
Dallas Fuel

Results:

  • 4th Overwatch APEX Season 3
  • 1st Overwatch Contenders 2017 Season 1: North America

EFFECT was a well known and regarded player on Korean ladder for some time but he did not play in a top team until the end of april when he joined western team EnVyUs immediately proving his worth with one of the most impressive tracer play we have seen. He continued to impress throughout rest of the year as even with envyus not playing dive making flankers role much harder he was able to get crucial picks and win one on one against every tracer player in the world.

5. aKm

France over.ff profile Liquipedia profile

Rogue

Results:

  • 1st Alienware Monthly Melee: February
  • 1st Alienware Monthly Melee: March
  • 1st Alienware Monthly Melee: April
  • 1st Overwatch PIT Championship - North America
  • 1st Overwatch Rumble - April
  • 1st Overwatch TaKeOver 2
  • 1st BEAT Invitational - Season 2
  • 4th Overwatch World Cup 2017

The star player and one of the reasons for Rogues domination in the west aKm was teams soldier player and with meta being kind to his pocket pick we didn’t need to see much of other heroes from him, This said his occasional Pharra Mccree and Widow play was just as scary. While fully french Rogue debut in Korea didn’t go well it could be noticed that Korean teams identified him as the biggest threat and focused on him. With many top players picking him as one of the best players his absence from initial Overwatch League pick ups.

4. chipshajen

Sweden over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

EnVyUs
Dallas Fuel

Results:

  • 2nd Overwatch Rumble - April
  • 4th Overwatch APEX Season 3
  • 1st Overwatch Contenders 2017 Season 1: North America
  • 3rd Overwatch World Cup 2017

Chipshajen was a vital part of EnVyUs success since the creation of this squad. While not as flashy as many other Ana players his superb positioning and ability to keep crucial players alive made him one of the very best support players in the game. After Ana fell out off meta he adapted to new meta better than many other players playing heroes such as Zenyata and Sombra.

3. tobi

South Korea over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

Lunatic Hai
Seoul Dynasty

Results:

  • 1st Overwatch APEX Season 2
  • 1st Overwatch APEX Season 3
  • 1st Seoul Cup - OGN Super Match
  • 1st Overwatch World Cup 2017

Tobi is the less noticed of the Lunatic Hai’s support duo but he shouldn’t be overlooked. His Lúcio is one of the most impactful in the game and his Zenyata is at equally high level. On the other side of the spectrum his pocket pick of Torbjörn surprised and baffled enemies on more than one occasion tilting the balance in favore of Korean squad.

2. Ryujehong

South Korea over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

Lunatic Hai
Seoul Dynasty

Results:

  • 1st Overwatch APEX Season 2
  • 1st Overwatch APEX Season 3
  • 1st Seoul Cup - OGN Super Match
  • 1st Overwatch World Cup 2017

THE Ana player, Ryujehong is one of the best known and universally acclaimed pros in all of overwatch famous for his incredible sleep darts and amazing aim he was instrumental to Lunatic Hais dominance in 2017. Unluckily for South Korean star Ana fell out of meta and while his Zenyata is also impressive it was nowhere near as impressive and in the later part of the year his impact has declined.

1. zunba

South Korea over.gg profile Liquipedia profile

Lunatic Hai
Seoul Dynasty

Results:

  • 1st Overwatch APEX Season 2
  • 1st Overwatch APEX Season 3
  • 1st Seoul Cup - OGN Super Match
  • 1st Overwatch World Cup 2017

Zunba is widely regarded as one of the best Zarya players in the world but with her fall out of the meta he had to switch to DV.a as well as occasionally pick up soldier 76 but no matter the hero or meta he was an instrumental player to Lunatic Hai’s success. His always solid performance and ability to adjust even better than other top players to changing meta made him the best player in 2017.

posted 5 months ago
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