sorry about ur rejection
maybe next year
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|Last Posted:||February 14, 2018 at 11:49 AM|
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sorry about ur rejection
maybe next year
what? Toronto Big Dicks is a newly adopted OWL team
nobody who watches competitive overwatch thinks muma is better than miro lol
there's no sexism in the gaming community btw xD
it could be a good decision. but dallas has taimou who specializes in AKM's hero pool. and AKM could also probably fit into a higher tier team.
tbagging? rofl wtf?
that's like emoting. nothing to be "scrutinized" over
rofl @ the ppl above me only responding after the result. dumb post but it was dumb before the 4:0
was totally expecting them to take out custa and seagull for harryhook and taimou on oasis. also no pharah with seagull.. weird games
jesus christ that article makes me sad. 1 game his number of kills exceeded the total number of all of his teammates' kills combined.
if you look at the stats from his time in apex, he was on an entirely different level than the rest of FL back then. while everyone knew he was better, i don't think many expected he was good enough to fit into a team as dominant as Lunatic Hai. makes me wonder if even he knew he was among the top DPS in the world after being on a team with no results for so long. FeelsAmazingMan to see Fleta on the team he deserves
i remember a while back there was a list of chinese teams along with player photos, and there were 2-3 girls on i guess top teams in the region at the time iirc
anyway it's definitely not "sexist" as you say in OP lol. i think it's just a cultural thing and a lack of females that actually take gaming so seriously. when i was young videogames were definitely considered nerdy and a "male hobby."
with vastly less female players, there's going to be even less who care about the competitive aspect, then even less who are actually stand-out/talented players. there's just so many males who play games in comparison. i'd say the majority of my irl male friends play games of some sort whether console/pc, casual/competitive, and about 0 irl female friends play any games that i know of.
i'm talking about someone in OWL lol
also if you're talking about reaver, that's not why he was never heard from again. he left willingly
don't even know who that is
2 players for boosting? what?
babybay is on an OWL team and has cheated in FPS competitively not so long ago. he's not really scrutinized for it, but that doesn't make account sharing a worse offense just because fines were received for it.
whoru was benched basically for just "having an ego." compare and contrast to some of the most popular western OWL players.
also there's a player on a top western team who dropped the hard R on stream and received no punishment or scrutiny.
it's different standards of professionalism
also hangs out with the hottest dudes
LA > LA
i feel they'd have won more maps with birdring/rascal. i could see that being a reoccurring issue with large rosters. where the players with less results are just almost never playing when the season really begins
he was exposed for sure
he did say it was his first LAN and that he was really nervous/"shaking"
would be Shock(ed) if LA didn't stomp SF. just better players in every role imo, plus they should have greater team chemistry from IMT
it's about equivalent to cheating with third party hacks imo. pretty scummy
"No Korean player has won any EU or NA events"
right? it's almost like they've beaten the best EU/NA teams and don't need to compete in EU/NA tournaments to be "decorated."
if the standard is low and you're winning, it's not very noteworthy. if the standard is high and you're winning, it's noteworthy. rogue was dominating NA, then swiftly lost in KR multiple times after people had already started discussing that "they're the best team in the world." it wasn't real achievement, it was just jumping to conclusions and a bit of the western ego imo.
i mean the ban was pretty deserved.
allegedly boosting in ranked in korea
good numbers. i was personally expecting the viewer count to be a lot less than last year.
they didn't say that lol
sticking on a comp to see what they get away with doesn't make sense? lol the same thing happened yesterday with team USA vs SK
i feel like korea is fine with losing a first map and just use it to test the waters. flower wasn't performing well on pharah and they decided to stick on it anyway. despite this they win the map which is a bad sign for france this series. i think flower could have swapped to soldier at any time and it would have been much easier
surefour carries the curse FeelsBadMan
also ieatuup is NUTTY
i personally don't think SK's dps duo is the best that korea has to offer, and i still don't like mano over miro. i'll say SK 3-2. i feel they should win through coordinated teamplay, but i think it could be a 3-0 with a slightly different roster.
did you watch apex s1? a badly timed patch drop made the entire season a meme. in any case that tournament was a year ago and its results are meaningless now.
also the other 2 results kind of prove what i just said. they haven't compared to the best eastern team/s.
wait so why do you think Fuel has a chance?
the same thing keeps happening. a team is dominating the west, they go to the east and it becomes really clear there's a huge gap between the best western teams and the best eastern teams. then those teams come back to the west and continue dominating the same teams they were dominating before they left. and after enough of a winstreak viewers apparently forget how they were in proportion to other regions, and suddenly they're the "best in the world."
wouldn't be shocked if this ended up being close. but i do expect it to be relatively one-sided for korea. i just don't feel they have the best possible roster that could be made from that country.
hate to say it but i really can't see it doing well just based off of the viewership of competitive overwatch right now. plus even the game casually seems to have calmed down since release. longer queue times, big names leaving the game, a lot of players i personally know have stopped playing, and i've stopped playing myself. i still watch it competitively and hope it does well, but seems doubtful
feels so good seeing fleta on a competent team after losing every game on flash lux for so many months in a row. clearly a top dps player
jesus this series is reminding me of league of legends for some reason. i've never seen something like MY's coordination
ez 4 chinese moonmoon
both of LH dps played well. whoru just had more room to move on the first map, and was played around really well on the second.
it's mindblowing to me that in this stage of the game, people who have been watching this game competitively since release, still try to single out individual players who were "underperforming" rather than looking at the team play and team compositions. at the highest level team play is what separates teams, not which player is slightly better at a certain hero.
all of the dps players other than sinatraa are kind of questionable but the tanks and support are solid.
played this game for the first time in over a month and found the new mercy kind of game breaking to be honest. fight opening pick-offs don't mean a lot when they're instantly ressed every time. eliminates a lot of carry potential and drags fights out stupidly long from my experience
rofl "has an almost unparalleled understanding of the game"
after widow nerf and hero limits he lost his reputation as a strong dps player and left C9. then iirc after that he said something that got himself blacklisted by orgs?
envision have leveled up a lot. their coordination is nutty and i'm impressed with how they consistently turn around fights that looks lost. i thought they played really well in the rogue upset but a lot of people just went with "rogue played poorly." (they did, but they always make a lot of mistakes and have gotten away with it in NA) so this imt win is really big for establishing themselves. looking forward to watching this team play