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Congratts sykko

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#1
sheahhhh

u were able to hand 2 of your buddies a job
zekken understandable
depph, what a joke

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GreyDaze
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Dephh>shahzam. Cry is free

#5
sheahhhh
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m3c kekw

#7
GreyDaze
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All players chilling in franchise🥱. Where is shahzam?

#10
sheahhhh
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bro said all players with a straight face
shaz is making 10 more money that all of m3c combined

#12
GreyDaze
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Nats in TL,redgar in TL,chronicle in fnc,sheydos in KOI

#13
sheahhhh
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deffo, jady? also none of them are with each other except Tl so ur shit team split up, you will never watch them play together again KEKWWWWW

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GreyDaze
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D3ffo got dropped b4 the lcq. Jady was a sub. Also who cares if the team split up. I can still watch all players in franchise. Whereas shahzam kekw. He will be lucky to get a team in ascension. Man really thought he had done something with that replies lol

#17
sheahhhh
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deffo was a part of M3c for a while, u don't even care about one of your long time players, bandwagoning idiot, u can watch ur players separately LMAOOOO this guy is coping so hard

#19
GreyDaze
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I support actual good players unlike u who supports a rat lmao. While it is sad,I can still admit d3ffo doesn't deserve franchising. Whereas u can't even hop off shahzam's dick let alone admit he is flawed. Talk about cope lmao.

#21
sheahhhh
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nah ur a bandwagoning shitter, why dont u support your region's team, what an embarrassment, I feel bad for GE

#28
DecimateYKTV
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.

#29
DecimateYKTV
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sen only has 1 player left from the old roster LOL. what is your point?

#37
frappzlul
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u are fucking braindead.

#42
koromast
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nice bro sen core will play on ascension and will get destroyed by shopify rebellion, faze and TSM LMAO

#14
GreyDaze
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Who cares about money when u got reputation and franchise team lol? Rather be known as an amazing player with great personalities on a franchise team than a rat with most haters in NA

#16
sheahhhh
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shahz has more supporters than all of mshitc combined, with supporters come haters, its called clout
also EMEA franchised teams going to play like shit GL

#18
GreyDaze
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Yeah nice try buddy. Keep telling that to urself. At the end of the day shahzam ain't making franchise. Watch him fk up even in ascension(if he ever gets a team kekw) whereas "m3cshit" players all make franchising and become some of the top players in the world.

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DanielEVLR
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GenG kekw

#56
sidloved69
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GENG LMAOO

#6
Mobass
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I think people forget that Xset didnt look that good with Depph IGLing alone, they started to get better with Ayrin taking over defensive IGLing

#8
kidnamedfinger
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#GeFighting

#11
GreyDaze
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Xset were still always contender for one of the best team NA. Now sen are gonna have sacy who is known to be the shots caller as well and is arguably waaay better at it than ayrin

#41
xiphon
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sacy will help ALOT and he has good english

#47
koromast
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thats why they have sacy now lil bro pretty sure a world champion that was the second caller after saadhak is good enough to help dephh on igling.

#3
babysasuke
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based

#4
valoaa
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I think Depph seems like a good addition

#9
juugobr_
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sen should have keep ratzam on the team for content

#20
MIDMIDMID
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why r u hating on dephh???

#23
hanafuji
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depph shahz, what a joke

FTFY

#26
PuGGey
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dapr better player, sacy better igl. keep both and build better team overall

#27
GreyDaze
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Sacy wasn't the igl for loud

#35
PuGGey
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he used to be earlier in the year im pretty sure

#30
number1_MIBR_hater
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Don't worry sentineLs fans, you were saved by the poor Brazilian economy and currency, sacy and pancada will carry

#31
looklook
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more like zekken and cryo handing sykko and dephh a job

#32
sheahhhh
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sykko is good doe imo

#33
looklook
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yea hes good but honestly zekken and cryo would have made any coach look good

#34
sheahhhh
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true

#36
VinsmokeLaw
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People forget chemistry exists

#43
SAMPV6
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Hot take: Zekken and Dephh will flop in Franchised league and were a one hit wonder

#50
Mttn
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I don't get why people overhype dephh
His calling is wack xset won most of their rounds on defense when ayrin is calling
Their attack strats boil down to zekken and cryo go kill and all the rounds are super scrappy
And when playing against a team they haven't antistratted for they have to entirely rely on cryo and zekken to carry them (lev and xerxia)

#51
Nachtel
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I'll never understand why you braindead monkeys fail to see the immense value dephhh brings to the table.

First, and most obvious to point out, he not only has experience playing on LAN against other international top teams, but he is one of only 3 IGLs in NA that has managed to beat a top European team.

Making it to LAN is one thing, but actually being able to adapt to wildly different styles of play than the ones you're used to (especially those of the previous world champions) and coming out on top is all the credentials one should need in my opinion. But sure, let's just say you're all right and it was a fluke the first time around...so what about the 2 wins against FNATIC? Even the match they ultimately lost against FPX to was the closest (and longest) match champions has ever seen.

To say something along the lines of "Cryo was carrying those matches" is to discount the undeniable fact that every single one of us has learned this past year: It's become almost impossible to win matches purely based on the individual performance of star players.

The reason for this is debatable, whether it be due to a changing meta rewarding set-up chamber players over solo entry jetts, but the fact of the matter remains the same.

Why do you think Sentinels fell off so hard after Masters 1? It's not that TenZ isn't still cracked, it's that strategy dominates the game to an overwhelming degree now, moreso than aim to an extent. It's the reason The Guard managed to make it as far as they did during the first Challengers; they, a team of nameless up-and-comers, were the ones that pioneered a strategy-focused approach to the game in NA. All the other teams at the time still relied on the Sentinels model (even Optic to an extent in the earlier stages of Challengers 1).

When Challengers 2 came around, everyone (except Sentinels) saw the writing on the wall and began building competent and organic rosters, learning to play strategically so as to replicate the Guard's success. XSET was one of these teams, and not only did they successfully copy the Guard, they outdid them.

Dephhh was at the forefront of this.

I'll be honest, XSET's performance in Challengers 2 was largely helped by Cryo, and their Copenhagen run (If you can even call it that) was downright horrendous and some of the worst valorant I've ever seen (especially their match against Optic), but I was pleasantly surprised to see that it wasn't to waste, since at Champions they made sure to learn from their mistakes.

The role of an IGL often (as is the case with FNS and Chet) involves collaborating with your coach to analyze gameplay and come up with strats. Sykko knows Dephh, and has been working with him for over a year, it doesn't take a genius to understand that Sykko has personally seen Dephhh's growth as an IGL and is infinitely more comfortable working with someone he is close to and whom he can trust through his accomplishments to execute his vision on the highest stage valorant has to offer.

shut up bronze scrub.

#52
SAMPV6
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I'll never understand why you braindead monkeys fail to see the immense value dephhh brings to the table.

First, and most obvious to point out, he not only has experience playing on LAN against other international top teams, but he is one of only 3 IGLs in NA that has managed to beat a top European team.

Making it to LAN is one thing, but actually being able to adapt to wildly different styles of play than the ones you're used to (especially those of the previous world champions) and coming out on top is all the credentials one should need in my opinion. But sure, let's just say you're all right and it was a fluke the first time around...so what about the 2 wins against FNATIC? Even the match they ultimately lost against FPX to was the closest (and longest) match champions has ever seen.

To say something along the lines of "Cryo was carrying those matches" is to discount the undeniable fact that every single one of us has learned this past year: It's become almost impossible to win matches purely based on the individual performance of star players.

The reason for this is debatable, whether it be due to a changing meta rewarding set-up chamber players over solo entry jetts, but the fact of the matter remains the same.

Why do you think Sentinels fell off so hard after Masters 1? It's not that TenZ isn't still cracked, it's that strategy dominates the game to an overwhelming degree now, moreso than aim to an extent. It's the reason The Guard managed to make it as far as they did during the first Challengers; they, a team of nameless up-and-comers, were the ones that pioneered a strategy-focused approach to the game in NA. All the other teams at the time still relied on the Sentinels model (even Optic to an extent in the earlier stages of Challengers 1).

When Challengers 2 came around, everyone (except Sentinels) saw the writing on the wall and began building competent and organic rosters, learning to play strategically so as to replicate the Guard's success. XSET was one of these teams, and not only did they successfully copy the Guard, they outdid them.

Dephhh was at the forefront of this.

I'll be honest, XSET's performance in Challengers 2 was largely helped by Cryo, and their Copenhagen run (If you can even call it that) was downright horrendous and some of the worst valorant I've ever seen (especially their match against Optic), but I was pleasantly surprised to see that it wasn't to waste, since at Champions they made sure to learn from their mistakes.

The role of an IGL often (as is the case with FNS and Chet) involves collaborating with your coach to analyze gameplay and come up with strats. Sykko knows Dephh, and has been working with him for over a year, it doesn't take a genius to understand that Sykko has personally seen Dephhh's growth as an IGL and is infinitely more comfortable working with someone he is close to and whom he can trust through his accomplishments to execute his vision on the highest stage valorant has to offer.

shut up bronze scrub.

#55
sheahhhh
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holy fuc, also beating a EU team is free

#53
Tyzehhxo
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Honestly I'm not the biggest Dephh fan but dude literally shits on ShahZ as an IGL. ShahZ couldnt fight his way through a fucking wet paper bag with instructions. I think the IGLing will be shared between Dephh and Sacy though so I think its a HUGE upgrade from ShahZ's awful calling over the last year. Dephh's calling before him and Ayrin started to share it was more a less average but once Ayrin took over the CT side calling they improved alot so i'm assuming something like this will happen again with this new SEN roster which again, HUGE upgrade. I'd like to see SEN become an actual team to watch again because watching them under ShahZ for the last year has been nothing but dissapointing. SEN as an org is really good at what they do, they bring alot of storylines and stuff to Valorant which is entertaining, they just need the roster to back it all up and by the sounds of it, they're finally getting back to that.

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