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FACT: every time a euro team has brought an NA pocket to lan they have gotten to the finals and every time they have lost to se7en.
Ignore these facts at your own peril.

posted about a year ago
#11 ESEA S28 UBF: froyotech vs. Ascent in Matches

no arekk... sh-should be a good one... heh. aim's got this...

go corsa

posted about a year ago
#24 EssentialsTF July NA Monthly Announcement in TF2 General Discussion
Scratchh maybe im wrong but ive never heard of a single one and all of their matches have been 5-0's..

Oh I wouldn't say ALL of them...

posted about a year ago
#23 Cant join TF.TV discord??? in TF2 General Discussion

The choice is yours, mods. Unban Sage or be cursed to play Logjam lobbies with mute Europeans for all eternity.

posted about a year ago
#2 ETF2L S30 W2: the bin vs. The Bus Crew in Matches

botmode to take out the trash.

posted about a year ago
#6 Mention your indifference in Off Topic

The perfect place to post my thousand page novel, "Quitting and My Story: Legend of My Time as a Sub-Open Bin Resident"

posted about a year ago
#62 bring back pugchamp in TF2 General Discussion
GentlemanJonObviously nobody will do this.

Someone already has, but you aren't going to like the answer.

posted about 2 years ago
#54 bring back pugchamp in TF2 General Discussion

Of course because FaceIt aims to serve all skill levels, it's doubtful that it will ever be able to cater to high-level players in the same way that a service that exists solely to serve that demographic, but instead you'd hope they could make enough accomodations within the top two divisions that the other advantages PL offers in terms of dev support etc would outweigh Pugchamp's attractive exclusivity.

I'm not an invite player or a software developer, but one compromise might be having 14-player pools in the picking phase, with the unpicked people being fatkidded and put back in the queue. This might make it easier to have a balanced pug, but also make it harder to be repeatedly passed over in the picking process.

posted about 2 years ago
#48 bring back pugchamp in TF2 General Discussion

While I do understand the problems top players currently have with Pro League, it's sad to hear so many big names giving up on the opportunity it represents.

Changes like the captain priority system and server choice have demonstrated a willingness on the part of the devs to accomodate the complaints people have had, so it seems if the top players are willing to participate, and to meet them half-way, Face It as a platform has alot to offer this community in terms of its dev support, scalable structure, uniting the community, and clear progression through divisions, things that pugchamp can't do by design.

None of those changes would've happened if you hadn't actually engaged with b4nny and the developers. Given that a project like tf2pl requires the whole community's involvement in order to really work, I would've hoped for some more leadership on the part of the Invite players.

posted about 2 years ago
#23 WarOwl Likes TF2 Community in TF2 General Discussion
bLapeople who've almost certainly done nothing wrong to you.

The furries are Far from innocent. Have you forgotten so quickly?

posted about 2 years ago
#50 "Overwatch League - The Safe Space of Esports" in e-Sports
eddie_calderon The difference between grassroots games and overwatch is that overwatch has money on the line.

Several people have made this argument that the claustrophobic environment in OWL is somehow the inevitable byproduct of the money at stake. Sure, corporate money may mean corporate standards, but the cynical and maternal bureaucratic practices that Blizzard's aping are as ineffective in other industries as they are in our world of young white guys. It's analogous in its intent and ideological roots to the sensitivity training policies other companies in other industries put in place. The atmosphere this sort of inquisition creates causes far more harm than good. It's scary to see how normal human interactions, like accidentally bumping into someone backstage, become something real adult men have to be scared of. There's alot of research that's quite clear on how counterproductive things like this are:

I won't deny how this community has failed people like Tagg, and we've suffered the loss of great people like him because that, but ideological and inhuman corporate policies aren't going to solve problems that require actual goodheartedness on the part of the community itself to fix. Valve has been able to make their own decisions with regards to how they run their esports because they're financially independent, and while I don't follow DOTA or CS, their approach seems to work quite well; both those games are certainly more time-proven than OW or HS. Blizzard may be chasing venture capital dollars, but they'd do well to take note of how other successful esports have run themselves.

While I'm just a layman, I have no reason to doubt that allowing people to regulate their own personal interactions would be healthier and more sustainable even for as manufactured a "community" as OW esports.

posted about 2 years ago
#11 "Overwatch League - The Safe Space of Esports" in e-Sports
DarkNecridIf e-sports continue to take off and grow this will become more and more common place.

If Valve ever hypothetically actually invested into competitive TF2, it'd go the same way.


posted about 2 years ago
#5 TF2 in 2018 in TF2 General Discussion

Dead squish...

posted about 2 years ago
#27 ESEA S27 UR1: SVIFT NA vs. Ascent in Matches
aim-map 1 was was a banger sad to see that you guys couldn't watch it :(

you cocktease

posted about 2 years ago
#24 ESEA S27 UR1: SVIFT NA vs. Ascent in Matches

Will any of the players be uploading their POV for map 1?

posted about 2 years ago
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