ESIC has a list of prohibited substances on their site, I’m assuming ESL would pull from the same list.
There’s some games this week. Pyre and Sundered are both this week, two of the indies I’ve had my eye on for a long time now. Totally forgot Hey! Pikmin was a thing.
Yes, the whole match between those two was incredible, the super was just the cherry on top. Really showed how good of a spectator game this could be once its out.
No Yamcha or Mr. Satan announced yet, just Saiyans and villains.
Hey, thanks for pointing that out, had only found the game two clip. Will update the post to accurately reflect.
It’s also backwards compatible on Xbox One, but otherwise yes.
(Ear warning for headphone users)
I see where torchbearer is coming from, but since only 25 percent of sales are going towards the prize pool and even within that, there are splits for placement, there’s no way I can suss out for teams to profit off putting money into Compendiums.
I think this is a phrasing issue - my meaning is that Valve will be investing in majors themselves, rather than crowdfunding them, as that was one of the questions raised by the Dota community leading up to this announcement (as some third-party tournaments in the past have had compendiums, like DAC).
Ah, I was hoping it was a little closer to a parry than a hold-block. Another reason to play Helix, the true champ.
I use the Pro controller or, if I’m feeling lazy, joycons attached to the Switch. A lot of pros used the Pro controller, but some use motion controls.
He does get the teleport on ground blocks. I’d love to hear from a Ninjara main, but it seems like he has to re-up his guard after each guard-teleport to get a new one, so the player would (in that case) have to re-up their guard on every punch of the rush. More like a parry, maybe?
Yeah, brake lights are an interesting thing. I’ve seen some players say you can manipulate brake lights as well, which is along the lines of parking the car east.
Yeah, I think some knew the east-facing trick but I rarely saw someone try to take advantage of it. In my experience it was a good indicator that a crew might be hiding inside a building.
It would really be up to the tournament organizers to decide if they’re comfortable with player-provided consoles, and then you have Switches out on loan which can create issues (what if one gets stolen, for instance).
Hey, dead-on about the wording, just clarified it to make it clear they took home the lion’s share and not the whole thing. (Can you imagine?)
In all honesty, it’s a hard pick. There’s been fewer LANs leading up to this year’s event, and a lot of patches in the spaces between.
Wings was up there with DK and TI3-era Na’Vi for my favorite all-time team. Sad that it sounds like there were some irreconcilable issues within the team, their drafting and playstyle was so fresh.
I love the first two Danganronpa games, they’re adventure / visual novel style games but with more gameplay elements than most mixed in during the investigations and class trials. I would highly recommend those two.