Fun match to watch. But I found the First to 4 format, and 1 match advantage to winner weird. Why not the standard bracket-reset etc format CPT uses?
What a punk?!
So I’m guessing there’s no easy way to go about this to get unpaid wagesin Korea like in the US?
Not being paid on time? Ownership breaking promises all over the place? I’m glad League is having precisely the same issues Baseball had 100 years ago.
Newly elected Congressman Greg Gianforte is hiring for his D.C. staff. These guys appear to have all the right credentials.
On a side note, I’m just glad to see people actually acknowledging Pinoy gamers and the gaming scene in Manila for once.
Oh, singles is fun, but I wanna see team ragequits. Imagine the wombo-combos people could inflict on their hardware.
“I play Legion jungle”...
Truthfully, there were no winners here, because nobody dropped The People’s Elbow.
I grow concerned over the doping culture being cultivated in Competitive Dota 2 Rage Quitting.
A -29 would win like any PGA tour contest.
I would mandate that all competitors be at least a pitcher deep.
That crowd looks exactly like what I pictured a Golden Tee championship to look like.
More companies need to support their fighting games with tournament money and events. KOF 14 online died out pretty quickly. Injustice 2 is pretty hot right now, and I hope they keep that momentum going.
This is amazing news. Can’t wait to see the matches that come out of this. Glad more companies are able and willing to do this outside of Capcom.
Ah, the ol’ sitting on the tipping point of a swivl chair when the feet are facing out in an open arch.
The best part is the two guys next to him, super composed and no chuckle or smirk.
Being a pro gamer is hard, man. You’ve got to train day in and day out, travel constantly, deal with sponsors’ and managers’ demands and keep your body and personal life in check. It’s also majorly exhausting (and invisible) work to keep up your personal brand. Pro gamers are always streaming, tweeting, making videos,…
This game is weird...and delightful! Played it for its entire life on and off competitively and still feel like I only understand a fraction of its mechanics sometimes.