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TF2 Players that went on to greater adventures.
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#91
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floeywasnt HoppinAround a tf2 sniper

idk if trying to be phoon is considered going on to do greater things.

cjc was disliked in tf2 and he is disliked in csgo. he wasnt anything better than mid open when he played. decent tf2 editor tho!

[quote=floey]wasnt HoppinAround a tf2 sniper[/quote]
idk if trying to be phoon is considered going on to do greater things.

cjc was disliked in tf2 and he is disliked in csgo. he wasnt anything better than mid open when he played. decent tf2 editor tho!
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#92
2 Frags +

minstrel

koosta deserves another mention

minstrel

koosta deserves another mention
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#93
6 Frags +

Jukebox runs GoldSrc games. He has been hosted on the SourceRuns youtube once or twice i think

Jukebox runs GoldSrc games. He has been hosted on the SourceRuns youtube once or twice i think
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#94
-18 Frags +

I believe max the insane sniper plays CS with the likes of paragon and others.
Dunno how good he is though

I believe max the insane sniper plays CS with the likes of paragon and others.
Dunno how good he is though
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#95
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aust_nI believe max the insane sniper plays CS with the likes of paragon and others.
Dunno how good he is though

i think they're IM

[quote=aust_n]I believe max the insane sniper plays CS with the likes of paragon and others.
Dunno how good he is though[/quote]

i think they're IM
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#96
15 Frags +

Sorry for the necropost, but I think this is pretty relevant.
Former player HoppinAround/CJC got picked up by FaZe today, which I think is pretty neat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJCuSBESZOA

Sorry for the necropost, but I think this is pretty relevant.
Former player HoppinAround/CJC got picked up by FaZe today, which I think is pretty neat.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJCuSBESZOA[/youtube]
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#97
74 Frags +

flame is currently an author writing at least 3 novels worth of material in the overwatch discord daily

flame is currently an author writing at least 3 novels worth of material in the overwatch discord daily
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#98
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etohSorry for the necropost, but I think this is pretty relevant.
Former player HoppinAround/CJC got picked up by FaZe today, which I think is pretty neat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJCuSBESZOA

should be noted that he got picked up as a content creator

[quote=etoh]Sorry for the necropost, but I think this is pretty relevant.
Former player HoppinAround/CJC got picked up by FaZe today, which I think is pretty neat.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJCuSBESZOA[/youtube][/quote]
should be noted that he got picked up as a content creator
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#99
17 Frags +

Jerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport.

Jerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport.
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#100
-34 Frags +

Haven't been to these forums in forever and reading through this thread was a walk through memory lane

Haven't seen these names mentioned
Platinum
lanky
taggerung
TLR

Garm3n

Probably gonna assume they're playing tf2 or different games

Haven't been to these forums in forever and reading through this thread was a walk through memory lane

Haven't seen these names mentioned
Platinum
lanky
taggerung
TLR

Garm3n

Probably gonna assume they're playing tf2 or different games
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#101
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MonkeySuitJerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport.

second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila

[quote=MonkeySuit]Jerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport.[/quote] second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila
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#102
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R3VoltHaven't been to these forums in forever and reading through this thread was a walk through memory lane

Haven't seen these names mentioned
Platinum
lanky
taggerung
TLR

Garm3n

Probably gonna assume they're playing tf2 or different games

hmm

[quote=R3Volt]Haven't been to these forums in forever and reading through this thread was a walk through memory lane

Haven't seen these names mentioned
Platinum
lanky
taggerung
TLR

Garm3n

Probably gonna assume they're playing tf2 or different games[/quote]
[i][url=https://play.esea.net/teams/132877]hmm[/url][/i]
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#103
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ThornpathMonkeySuitJerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport. second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila

what level in tf2 did jerax play at? I never realized he used to play tf2

[quote=Thornpath][quote=MonkeySuit]Jerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport.[/quote] second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila[/quote]

what level in tf2 did jerax play at? I never realized he used to play tf2
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#104
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PendaThornpathMonkeySuitJerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport. second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila
what level in tf2 did jerax play at? I never realized he used to play tf2

If you check the OP you'll see he played in div6. I don't know if he played any further or not, though.

[quote=Penda][quote=Thornpath][quote=MonkeySuit]Jerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport.[/quote] second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila[/quote]

what level in tf2 did jerax play at? I never realized he used to play tf2[/quote]

If you check the OP you'll see he played in div6. I don't know if he played any further or not, though.
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#105
38 Frags +

It's probably not cool to post about myself. But I stopped playing and quit my day job to chase a dream. It's a seasonal business, so I only make money in April, May, June & half of July. I just ran this report to make this post:

http://m.imgur.com/YSQjmpB

It's probably not cool to post about myself. But I stopped playing and quit my day job to chase a dream. It's a seasonal business, so I only make money in April, May, June & half of July. I just ran this report to make this post:


http://m.imgur.com/YSQjmpB
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#106
41 Frags +
SnazIt's probably not cool to post about myself. But I stopped playing and quit my day job to chase a dream. It's a seasonal business, so I only make money in April, May, June & half of July. I just ran this report to make this post:

http://m.imgur.com/WzgQwrO

so sellin coke dude or what

[quote=Snaz]It's probably not cool to post about myself. But I stopped playing and quit my day job to chase a dream. It's a seasonal business, so I only make money in April, May, June & half of July. I just ran this report to make this post:

http://m.imgur.com/WzgQwrO[/quote]

so sellin coke dude or what
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#107
32 Frags +
GetawhaleSnazIt's probably not cool to post about myself. But I stopped playing and quit my day job to chase a dream. It's a seasonal business, so I only make money in April, May, June & half of July. I just ran this report to make this post:

http://m.imgur.com/WzgQwrO

so sellin coke dude or what

Flowers :-) actually quit tf2 right after ETS LAN to start the business.

[quote=Getawhale][quote=Snaz]It's probably not cool to post about myself. But I stopped playing and quit my day job to chase a dream. It's a seasonal business, so I only make money in April, May, June & half of July. I just ran this report to make this post:

http://m.imgur.com/WzgQwrO[/quote]

so sellin coke dude or what[/quote]

Flowers :-) actually quit tf2 right after ETS LAN to start the business.
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#108
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yukiPendaThornpathMonkeySuitJerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport. second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila
what level in tf2 did jerax play at? I never realized he used to play tf2

If you check the OP you'll see he played in div6. I don't know if he played any further or not, though.

he played div4

http://etf2l.org/forum/user/18056/

[quote=yuki][quote=Penda][quote=Thornpath][quote=MonkeySuit]Jerax with liquid just won the second significant dota tournament in a row. Definitely the most successful ex-tf2 player in any esport.[/quote] second in a row? they got 2nd at ESL manila[/quote]

what level in tf2 did jerax play at? I never realized he used to play tf2[/quote]

If you check the OP you'll see he played in div6. I don't know if he played any further or not, though.[/quote]
he played div4

http://etf2l.org/forum/user/18056/
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#109
2 Frags +
wrua finnish player DraQu is a speedrunner and Reflex player, although I know that for a long time I remember about him now because at the moment he holds the world record for Devil Daggers with 500+ seconds so that's quite an accomplishment I suppose

updated to a better record, ty cryma

he currently has the WR for doom'16 any%

http://www.speedrun.com/run/jy96pvey

it also looks like he's getting another one for legendary any% right now: https://www.twitch.tv/draqu_

e: fuck, I think I jinxed it

[quote=wru]a finnish player [url=http://etf2l.org/forum/user/63992/]DraQu[/url] is a speedrunner and Reflex player, although I know that for a long time I remember about him now because at the moment he [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YzwrnIHaaE]holds the world record for Devil Daggers with 500+ seconds [/url] so that's quite an accomplishment I suppose

updated to a better record, ty cryma[/quote]
he currently has the WR for doom'16 any%

http://www.speedrun.com/run/jy96pvey

it also looks like he's getting another one for legendary any% right now: https://www.twitch.tv/draqu_

e: fuck, I think I jinxed it
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#110
43 Frags +

seagull right now with 20k viewers on twitch. if overwatch were to take off as a comp game...

seagull right now with 20k viewers on twitch. if overwatch were to take off as a comp game...
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#111
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swagmachineseagull right now with 20k viewers on twitch. if overwatch were to take off as a comp game...

IMO Shitty game for comp, but I want to see it do really well just because of all the TF2 people that are at the top level.

[quote=swagmachine]seagull right now with 20k viewers on twitch. if overwatch were to take off as a comp game...[/quote]
IMO Shitty game for comp, but I want to see it do really well just because of all the TF2 people that are at the top level.
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#112
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Tino_swagmachineseagull right now with 20k viewers on twitch. if overwatch were to take off as a comp game...IMO Shitty game for comp, but I want to see it do really well just because of all the TF2 people that are at the top level.

It's not that shit of a game, just anything but what FPS QUAKE-TIER GODMODE YEAH #ESPORTS game it was advertised as. The one thing I like about TF2 is the plays on flanks and occasional 1v1 situations. There's just none of that in competitive OW, since it's all about team pushing behind a shield and what not.

That aside, it's a decent stream game and seagull is definitely entertaining. Haven't had a non-cs shooter worth watching in the top 10 in ages.

On-topic: I never understood how people just completely ditch Steam. It's even an app at this point. How can you spend money, time and more than 300 nights in a game and then just entirely abandon it, never going back just once a year?

[quote=Tino_][quote=swagmachine]seagull right now with 20k viewers on twitch. if overwatch were to take off as a comp game...[/quote]
IMO Shitty game for comp, but I want to see it do really well just because of all the TF2 people that are at the top level.[/quote]
It's not that shit of a game, just anything but what FPS QUAKE-TIER GODMODE YEAH #ESPORTS game it was advertised as. The one thing I like about TF2 is the plays on flanks and occasional 1v1 situations. There's just none of that in competitive OW, since it's all about team pushing behind a shield and what not.

That aside, it's a decent stream game and seagull is definitely entertaining. Haven't had a non-cs shooter worth watching in the top 10 in ages.

On-topic: I never understood how people just completely ditch Steam. It's even an app at this point. How can you spend money, time and more than 300 nights in a game and then just entirely abandon it, never going back just once a year?
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#113
43 Frags +

As much as some people wouldn't really like OW to be successful I'm glad Seagull got picked up by Luminosity and is pulling 20k viewers. The dude deserves recognition for how talented he is at practically and game he picks up.

As much as some people wouldn't really like OW to be successful I'm glad Seagull got picked up by Luminosity and is pulling 20k viewers. The dude deserves recognition for how talented he is at practically and game he picks up.
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#114
4 Frags +
PendjiOn-topic: I never understood how people just completely ditch Steam. It's even an app at this point. How can you spend money, time and more than 300 nights in a game and then just entirely abandon it, never going back just once a year?

It's all situational to the individual, a lot of people switch over to overwatch but still use steam as their friend hub despite not playing other steamgames much, what you're referring to sounds like people who downright stop frequenting steam all together in which case their friends probably have contact a different way (mumble/discord etc) so they don't need to visit steam unless it's someone out of their inner circle needs to contact them which at that point is low priority

As for abandoning a game they've put mountains of time into, it's easy to get sucked into something else. When you get jaded on the same game after so long there's not much to go back to once you're out of competitive tf2. Major updates are scarce and pubs are arguably stale after a while of playing them, it's just logical to enjoy treating a new game as your main hobby if you enjoy it more

[quote=Pendji]On-topic: I never understood how people just completely ditch Steam. It's even an app at this point. How can you spend money, time and more than 300 nights in a game and then just entirely abandon it, never going back just once a year?[/quote]

It's all situational to the individual, a lot of people switch over to overwatch but still use steam as their friend hub despite not playing other steamgames much, what you're referring to sounds like people who downright stop frequenting steam all together in which case their friends probably have contact a different way (mumble/discord etc) so they don't need to visit steam unless it's someone out of their inner circle needs to contact them which at that point is low priority

As for abandoning a game they've put mountains of time into, it's easy to get sucked into something else. When you get jaded on the same game after so long there's not much to go back to once you're out of competitive tf2. Major updates are scarce and pubs are arguably stale after a while of playing them, it's just logical to enjoy treating a new game as your main hobby if you enjoy it more
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#115
12 Frags +

No one has mentioned it yet but It's one of the most impressive so far. At least in terms of prizepool.

kustom3 (or k3) the medic for the old Punchline team (the all star french prem team) has qualified with Torpedo Gaming for the Paladins $100K Founders Tournament at Dreamhack summer. As the first seed nonetheless and his team appears to have a 92% winning rate so far in the weekly tournaments from what I've read.

I played a couple of games with him and his would be team very early into the beta last year, and it was noticeable he was very keen on it, glad it worked out. Guess I should have put some time on it as well ;__;

No one has mentioned it yet but It's one of the most impressive so far. At least in terms of prizepool.

kustom3 (or k3) the medic for the old Punchline team (the all star french prem team) has qualified with Torpedo Gaming for the Paladins $100K Founders Tournament at Dreamhack summer. As the first seed nonetheless and his team appears to have a 92% winning rate so far in the weekly tournaments from what I've read.

I played a couple of games with him and his would be team very early into the beta last year, and it was noticeable he was very keen on it, glad it worked out. Guess I should have put some time on it as well ;__;
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#116
9 Frags +

Yeah k3 is pretty guaranteed a huge chunk of that if his team doesn't throw, the playerbase is obviously tiny tbh in Paladins but that man went HARD immediately and deserves it. Pity the game looks dead long-term though.

Yeah k3 is pretty guaranteed a huge chunk of that if his team doesn't throw, the playerbase is obviously tiny tbh in Paladins but that man went HARD immediately and deserves it. Pity the game looks dead long-term though.
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#117
6 Frags +

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJ_n0QiX-Cc
really seems like a down to earth guy, would love to meet him at a lan some day

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJ_n0QiX-Cc
really seems like a down to earth guy, would love to meet him at a lan some day
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#118
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#119
5 Frags +

AnnAkk - A guy who works for FACEIT - used to play for a team called redLine

AnnAkk - A guy who works for FACEIT - used to play for a team called redLine
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#120
24 Frags +

Richard lewis the csgo analyst/journalist came 3rd at i32 with xciteuk TF2

https://www.reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/4pzw86/hi_im_richard_lewis_veteran_jouranlist_and_desk/d4p3fy1

Richard lewis the csgo analyst/journalist came 3rd at i32 with xciteuk TF2

https://www.reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/4pzw86/hi_im_richard_lewis_veteran_jouranlist_and_desk/d4p3fy1
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