It’s so easy to watch and understand, and was even a “gateway esport” for a friend of mine. You don’t have to retain too much knowledge about mechanics or abilities, there aren’t timers or odd aspects of maps, it’s just a pitch, six cars, and a ball.
Fold if I’m taking it leisurely, whatever works if I’m in a hurry.
As a Texan, HEB.
Read, and not just about things you cover. Cheesy but it works.
Netflix or music in the background, stretch often, build a fake coworker you can high-five throughout the day, drink water.
God of War
Ah, I wasn’t aware Modern was another designation. I’ll change the phrasing so it isn’t confusing.
The first season of the Overwatch League is split up into four stages, each of which is like its own contained mini-season. There are still overall standings, which will determine the season playoffs and grand finals, but each stage has its own standings and playoffs as well.
For sure, Tanukana is no slouch. It was definitely considered an upset though, beating a pro that pretty consistently places in top spots, and really it’s about her pop-off afterwards. You can see how psyched she was to take out Saint.
As if I wasn’t pumping this through my speakers while writing this post.
Oh no, I thought Ascension was next week! I’ll add it to the above.
Don’t forget farmer Goku, Adult-Kid Goku from GT, and Goku: Xeno.
I’ve seen a few differing leaks at this point so I think a curve ball could still be coming. That said, I’m really hoping for Caulifla / Kefla and Android 17, the latter even more so after Super’s finale.
An earlier version of this story referred to Lythero as “a streamer.”
I went to look and it looks like the match directly after this one, Jin-Air defeating ROX, assured KSV’s playoff spot thanks to head-to-heads.
Thanks for the catch! Added to the post.
I knew I missed something! Will add that to the post.