If Optic , Paper Rex and maybe DRX scrim in EU, they will become insane.
emea has harder teams thus scrimming is harder but better to train
So It's not genetics??
no? maybe more commitment and experience but this genetics thing is goofy as hell
Talent without playing against the harder teams lead to comfort and then lack of hardwork. Ex.:Hazard big talent, many reported him lacking hardwork now he's suffering
I mean if they get to just scrim fpx would make lotta difference because FNS will learn all their "tells"
I usually dont voice my opinions here cause people are quick to judge and just bait and troll. but after the FPX vs Optic game i was thinking about, maybe Optic could think about boot camping in eu, not saying that NA scrims are bad they are good, but i think scrims in EU would be harder but that also means they would really be tested and could improve, im only talking about Optic because idk how often paper rex or DRX scrim but ik that Optic are really hard workers, everyone knows they scrim like 6 even 7 days a week 6+ hours not saying that other teams dont, but point is they put the work in, now if they go to EU, who knows they might learn more, but all just speculation, at the end of day I'll know they will bounce back because losing is learning, and to learn from your mistake is recognize that you have made a mistake which I think optic have.
Can you guys tell me what you think of Optic bootcamping in EU for scrims, and paper rex and DRX, what do you guys think ?
Have a beautiful lovely day :)
PS- I'm an Optic fan i just dont have a flare cause I rarely use VLR, thats why i always rant about them, sorry.
I agree with everything you say, I am sure it is clear to the guys at Optic that only praccing in NA is not gonna be enough to win another title. So I'm almost certain Optic already has plans to scrim in EU pre champs.
-Hope you also have a good day :D
Thanks for the reply bro, ye just watching, they dominated domestically except for grand finals cause of covid, but before they had just beat Xset 3-1 to qualify and then in Copenhagen they beat them pretty handidly. So if all the scrims in NA pushed them to the level their at now and they still didn't look the best if im being honest. I really think they are thinking about it, at least I HOPE, because i think we can all agree if they go to EU with that mindset of just improving and grinding like they have in NA, I think they will be a good contender for champions, I have no question about Optic's work ethic, everyone knows they want to win badly, but they might just need to challenged more, which from the results of this masters, means going to EU and face tougher teams
Sorry to all NA Fans, im NA aswell but im optic fan. Hopefully NA as a region we can improve as a whole and put a good fight against EMEA next masters, again thanks for reading my post guys and enjoy the rest of ur day :D :)
DRX scrims like 12 hours a day. Also they're well-known scrim demons. I think they already bootcamped in EU before around Champions 2021, but didn't get any results so I reckon it's not worth it.
nah hate to break it but if prx scrimmed in eu the opposite will prob happen
It's not a magic pill by any means.
If they scrim in EMEA more, they won't just magically become better. It's not like NA and EMEA Valorant styles are all that different. Optic seem to be hexed Vs European teams, but don't forget that sentinels and 100t have wins against a couple of EU teams.
Overall player quality and mental state under pressure matters boat load. You can't just fix these by playing in a "better" region.
DRX had their worst showing at an international tournament after a longer than usual bootcamp for champs.
i think now everything is fine and fun. what made PRX DRX or OP like they are today is becase they are from different regions, different teams styles they are met, differrent enviroment changed mindset to play the game. like you would not see prx go charging enemy off-guard if they are in EU or you would not see DRX combo skills set like this if they are in EU as well.
Valorant today is so fine and so far so good.