DaDoar
Country: Italy
Registered: September 11, 2021
Last post: January 18, 2022 at 11:56 AM
Posts: 46

ez4bipo greatest italian talent ever

posted 4 days ago

If this is true then this explains a lot about how Giants were able to find such big success even if DavidP was always lurking he gave perfect calls all the time, way easier when theres another man that looks at minimap and has all player cams since he can spectate legally, also explains the odd decision of wanting to pick up Meddo and Hoody even though it would have caused role problems, those 2 are probably Pipson most trusted guys that wouldnt rat him out.
And despite this, they still got absolutely clapped by Vakk and Cender, Lithuania supremacy beats MrMethods

posted 1 week ago

Alliance wins these, LuckeRRR has to take revenge on BIG

posted 1 week ago

i put him in my personal top 20 list of the year at number 8, at champions he showed to be an insanely talented fragger, cant wait to see more of him and i hope he can ispire young players in LATAM to pursue a career and grow the region

posted 1 week ago

not really, At the moment its understandable that he's making stupid decisions and acting unprofessionally, afterall hes a kid that still hasn't finished high school, I think getting benched from G2 will be a humbling lesson and an opportunity to grow as a person for him, Dembelè problem was that he acted like a child and didnt train when he was well into his 20s, unacceptable behaviour, i cross fingers and hope keloqz doesnt end up like him playing playstation all day instead of showing up to physio rehabilitation

posted 1 week ago

I talked to some people in the scene during the Red Bull Home Ground period and they explained to me the reason why keloqz was getting kicked despite his performance, cause at the time I couldn't believe it too, like the kid is clearly talented, something must have happened to lead to a bench

posted 1 week ago

keloqz very bad attitude, doesnt practice, prefers to buy iphone and cars instead of getting a good pc setup to scrim every day, even if he has insane aim he wont go far in the future with that attitude and the fact he isnt playing in a big team right now is demonstration that he has to grow up if he wants to play comp, id rather have mature professionals like MEddo and Hoody than a kid like him, maybe in 1 or 2 years

posted 1 week ago

they changed the core roster so they lost the VCT points, same reason why Giants have to play open qual too

posted 1 week ago

sadly italy doesnt have the history in tac shooters the likes of france, germany, hell even the adria region have, so our player pool is really small. atleast we have an amazing coach that works in a strong team(LDNUTD)

posted 1 week ago

let me dream, Megastitut is actually the most likely upset team in the early matchups tho and they are a very real threat, italian memes asided

posted 1 week ago

Dsyre has 2 of the best italian players(bipo being probably the biggest talent italy ever produced in tac shooters) but the team is on the newer side and Mkers has shown in the past they have a core that can punch way above their weight and a pretty exciting youngster in giuden, I think that thery are still the best in italy until dsyre glue togheter(once they do they are clearly better)

posted 1 week ago

Im expecting heretics to not make it far ngl, they will face the best team in italy most likely which is actually performing well in scrims vs T2 opponents and then most likewly the MEgastitut, both teams that can send them out early and when they start facing the real teams i cant see em winning out against LDN, Guild and the likes

posted 1 week ago

Tenzki didnt look very good recently in CS, but hes a very experienced player that is familiar with big stages, Mertz very talente AWPer that didnt pan out in CS, but i can see him being very good in Valorant, lowel is a good IGL and we all know it, al0rante has very good aim, bromas feels like a budget pickup so they can compete in the regional league.
Mertz and al0rante can be good, not feeling too good about tenzki and bromas tho

posted 1 week ago

Juliano will take back her crown as the queen of FPS as soon as international GC starts, she will school those NA fools like she did 1 millions times already in CS

posted 1 week ago

hes an 18 year old that spent most of his life grinding video games, no surprise hes awkward and has a lot to learn and people are putting him on blast for having "no game", this is honestly so sad to watch, I feel really bad for him and must be so embarassing, hope he learns from this and keeps his personal stuff off twitter, he probably saw TenZ and the other pros bagging egirls on Twitter and tought he could do the same, being so young is one hell of a drug afterall

posted 2 weeks ago

shanks and his brother are known matchfioxers, ardiis too, in the asian CS scene there was rampant matchfixing for years so a lot of asian players probably involved

posted 2 weeks ago

if your curious i already made a post about my top 20 some time ago (https://www.vlr.gg/60094/top-20-players-of-2021) I would like to hear more about your reasoning on placing the players in their positions

posted 3 weeks ago

NA pros prefer to stream ranked games insteadf of grinding scrims, also too many egos, this is the reason NA CS had so many failures, players that sacrificed themselves were rare but they were always in top teams(RUSH, Stewie2k to a certain extent, Daps, fUgly), just like in CS na needs more supportive players and a better work ethic, less hours on twitch and more in scrims versus top tier opposition, there's a reason why top pros in eu arent in ranked leaderboard, its because they are too busy scrimming all day, leaving the ladder to t2 players like Kadavra, AslanMashadow, Cender and other players that grind the ladder to prove themselves.
In NA I always see Asuna and other pros online streaming, no hate towards him but shouldnt he be praccing with his full team against other full teams instead of pugging?

posted 1 month ago

thanks man, glad you enjoyed it

posted 1 month ago

i know for real man, I freakin love Leo and I wish I could have been able to place him but sadly 0 results to show, but I'm sure next year he will shine like he deserves to

posted 1 month ago

I really wanted to place SceaM at 5, but I think Chronicle tournament results and the fact he gets such good stats while playing a non-traditionally heavy-frag role, put him over the edge, also as I said Liquid sadly never reached even a final on LAN, Gambit got 2 finals, one them won and the other narrowly losing to Acend, I feel like it would be a bit of a disservice to Chronicle and Gambit to not give him top 5, thats my opinion, honeslty id say that ScreaM could be anywhere from 1 to 6 and he wouldnt feel too out of place

posted 1 month ago

watch more regions other than NA brother, itll open your eyes :)

posted 1 month ago

ask Enigma to hire me ill do it for free

posted 1 month ago

5 - Timofey "Chronicle" Khromov (https://www.vlr.gg/player/458/chronicle)
The Berlin finals MVP, without a doubt the best flex player in the world, Chronicle is a swiss army knife of playstyles, topped up by insane mechanics and great gamesense.
Chronicle has shown to be an excellent Sova player, a Competent Viper, a great Killjoy, probably the best Brimstone in the world and a strong Skye player, playing such a variety of Agents at this level of play is rare, even rarer is being able to perform to the levels Chronicle does, a 222 ACS at Masters Berlin(#2 in Gambit, above both duelist players and the highest rated Sova with more than 100 rounds played) 236 at Champions(Best in Gambit) show that Gambit's best performances always come when Chronicle finds room to show off his ability and indicates how vital he is to their success.

4 - Jacob "yay" Whiteaker (https://www.vlr.gg/player/881/yay)
From ANDBOX solo carry to best player from the USA, yay was destined for greatness, his stats were always ridicoulous(313 ACs at S3:Challengers 2) but he was stuck in a team that despite his heroics just couldnt make it far into tournaments, this changed when he was signed by Envy.
Envy always lacked a superstar fragger, it was a solid team with solid strats, with discpline and amazing utility usage, led by an expert like FNS it managed to fill the gap left by skill with strats, signing yay was the way to add the firepower that they needed to excel and they did.
Challengers stage 3 playoffs, his first tournament with Envy was a success for yay with a 243 ACS he quickly proved he was the right fit for the team, but Envy truly blossomed in Berlin and yay was finally free to show the world what El Diable was capable of, a 280 ACS over 248 rounds, numbers that seem almost impossible, despite falling short in the finals to a superior Gambit team, Yay had proved to the world that he was an absolute demon on the server.
Champions was a disappointment for Envy, let down by uncharacteristic performances by Victor(who was under the effects of Covid-19 unluckily) and FNS, but Yay still reminded everyone that even on an off-tournament for the team, he was a force to be reckoned with a 242 ACS.
While the year ended on a disappointment, Yay is not going to be fazed by it, afterall he solo-carried ANDBOX into relevancy, carrying Envy to a big win next year is definetely something El Diablo would do to shock the world again.

3 - Tyson "TenZ" Ngo (https://www.vlr.gg/player/9/tenz)
TenZ is definetely the best pure aimer in the world, his records and the amount of advertising done with him are a sure fire way to prove it, the canadian player was and still is NA's bona fide superstar, the spearhead of Sentinels, probably the most popular team in the world.
The canadian aimer has been obviously impressive every time he stepped into the server, since the start of the year he always fragged out under the sentinels banner, 231 ACS at Challengers playoffs 2, an historic 289 in Iceland that earned him tournament and finals MVP, 240 at the stage 3 playoffs, 269 in Berlin(despite falling to Envy) and 225 at champions.
The last event of the year is probably the only stain on TenZ's otherwise otherworldy year of events, in this event many people felt like TenZ choked, his performance wasnt as good as it used to and they were right to a certain extent, TenZ underperformed, but his underperformance still manages to put up an excellent rating, this is why TenZ is such a force, even when he looks at his weakest, he's still an incredible player.
Sentinels look in sort of a crisis, with a very disappointing placement, but they can sleep sound, knowing they can always rely on their superstar to destroy the domestic competition.

2 - Ayaz "nAts" Akmethshin(https://www.vlr.gg/player/457/nats)
By far the most interesting player in the valorant scene, nAts is a player that in a certain way revolutionized the whole scene, he showed the whole world that the sentinel role could be played in a way that cna carry the whole team, he showed how potent lurking is in valorant and above all he showed that game sense can and will beat even the most impressive of aimers.
A player that is found on roles that no one would identify as heavy frag roles, nAts thrives on the chyper and the Viper, playing them in a way that has been perfected to fit his characteristics and is utilized in such a beautiful way by gambit that he is often found fragging way mopre than the duelists in his team, he was Berlin's tournament MVP posting a 265 ACS, unheard of by a Sentinel player and he showed to be strong even online with a 236 ACS performance at the stage 3 challenger playoffs.
Champions was a testament to nAts resilience, after MAsters Berlin, the eyes of all the world were on him and most importantly how to shut him down and in fact he was heavily anti-stratted by teams, often running setups tailor made to stop him, explaining his modest(but still impressive considering hes supposed to be in a sacrificial role) 210 ACS but the pressure he still had on team was immense, during the playoffs he started to warm up more and more until the grand finals where in a epic clash he gave it all to defeat Acend with a 245 ACS but it wasnt enough and the russians still fell.
nAts might not be the most impressive player if you look at the numbers purely, but in context he is by far the most unique player in valorant tier 1 scene, a Lurker that forces teams to play to contain him, a psychological effect taht always lingers in the back of the mind of the opponents and a player that when unchecked can take over games.

1 - Mehmet Yagiz "cNed" Ipek (https://www.vlr.gg/player/573/cned)
It's not easy to choose the number 1 player, but cNed excellence throughout the year was impossible to ignore, when a team that would go on to win Champions is known for most of the year as just "cNed and friends" it tells you a lot about the quality of the titular cNed.
I can talk a lot about how strong cNed Operator is, his knives usage, his utility but i will let the numbers do the talking for me
281 at Masters 1, 254 at Challengers playoffs 3, 267 at masters Berlin, 230 at Champions.
A consistently amazing player during the whole year, the best OPer in EMEA and many more things, for me he's the best in the world right now.

Now i will clean this up and fit it all in the first post, maybe add in some more stuff so it looks professional, idk

posted 1 month ago

i get bonus bumps if i post them in replies :^)

posted 1 month ago

9 - Nikita "Derke" Sirminev (https://www.vlr.gg/player/5022/derke)
Fnatic's superstar player, probably one of the most mechanically skilled players in the world, he has excelled on LAN(278 ACS at Champions, #1 of the event and 260 in Iceland) which is impressive considering he's only 18 years old, his gameplay really shows the makings of a world class player, cold, collected and mechanically flawless.
Boaster managed to put the Finn-Russian into solid positions to frag ever since he joined the team and while Derke never failed to deliver, the rest of the team hasnt enjoyed as much success as Derke's ability would suggest, with Iceland's 2nd place finish being their best result of the year, the middle of the year has seen Fnatic absent from the higher tiers of competition, which led many people to doubt their chances at Champions and while they had a great performance at Champions(with Derke especially performing in huge ways) they still got upset by a red-hot KRU, which paired with their ghost-like performance during the 3rd stage of challengers, blocks Derke from climbing higher

8 - Angelo "KeznitDeus" Mori (https://www.vlr.gg/player/2462/keznit)
The hero of LATAM, Keznit is probably one of the most gifted entry fraggers in the world, starting the year in wygers he shown impressive numbers domestically that lended him a spot in KRU in may, after the team had finished very low in Iceland, Keznit immediately turned KRU into a true dominant force in the region, with 252 ACS at Challengers 3 LATAM crowning him as the best player in the region, in Berlin KRU was still not ready for international competition, but Keznit still shined with 227 ACS and being instrumental in bringing the chilean team to the quarterfinals.
But it was during champions that Keznit truly awakened, a 246 ACS performance that led KRU to one of the most impressive runs from a team in a minor region, First upsetting Sentinels(222 ACS with help from Mazino's 238 ACS) then going on to beat a Fnatic side that could boast about having the best player at the tournament in Derke, Keznit put on a Show with an heroic 304 ACS deadlift that sent KRU to the Semifinals, where they fought Gambit to 5 overtimes on Bind before falling to the russians, in whats probably the best valorant match to date, once again Keznit was leading the way with a 249 ACS.
Keznit has shown that despite being from a region that is often ignored, real talent can still blossom and for a short time he was the main character of Valorant.

7 - Aleksander "Zeek" Zygmunt (https://www.vlr.gg/player/562/zeek)
The ex-Fortnite player has been instrumental in Acend's rise to the top, being nominated the Champions Tournament MVP from his team, Zeek career has been a rollercoaster, going from Nolpenki to G2 at the start of the year, he showed some very intense mechanical skill during his time with the spanish organization but the lineup failed, brought down by internal issues and players that sadly werent at a tier 1 level anymore, Zeek was traded to Acend in exchange for Koldamenta in June and this was the turnaround for his career.
Zeek felt at home in Acend, playing often the Sova along with his usual duelists and swiftly taking revenge on G2 at S3:challengers 1 and posting a solid 219 ACS at Challengers 3 playoffs despite Acend 3rd place finish, in Berlin he was still on the Sova most of the time, the role didnt fit his playstile but he still impressed with a 225 ACS, with Acend's early exit in the QF against 100T being to this day considered a choke by the european side.
At Champions Zeek showed a new face, off the sova role and more often on frag heavy roles that could entry frag more comfortably, this role swap unlocked Zeek, finally able to show off his skills on Kay/0, Reyna and Raze, his 230 ACS speaking volumes about how great of a rifling performance he had.
With Acend's champions win, Zeek finally showed what he was capable of and the new-look Acend can only improve from this point on.

6 - Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom (https://www.vlr.gg/player/92/scream)
The path of the CSGO veteran seemed paved towards greatness since the start, His performances in the early days of Valorant were always incredible, posting numbers worthy of the gloroious "Edshot Machine" title, but something always seemed to escape Liquid's grasp, that something that could put them over the line and turn them into the world beaters they could have been, but Scream always made sure to remind everyone he was a beast in a cage.
291 ACS in Stage 2 playoffs(#2 in the event), 265 ACS in Iceland #2, beaten only by TenZ), 278 at Stage 3 playoffs(#1 of the event), 272 at the LCQ(again #1) and 251 at Champions, ScreaM performed to incredible degrees at every event Liquid attended, he was not only consistent but consistently amazing.
The only thing holding back the Machine from top 5 is sadly, the lack of success Liquid enjoyed internationally, not even reaching the finals of a LAN event, despite this, ScreaM is a name that instills as much fear into the server as it did years ago during his heyday in CS.

Get ready, next post is the top 5

posted 1 month ago

14 - Nikita "d3ffo" Sudakov (https://www.vlr.gg/player/252/d3ffo)
One of the best players in the LAN environment, posting a 220+ ACS at both LAN events that Gambit attended, a very Flashy Jett player that often impresses with great utility usage and one of the main cogs in the Gambit machine.
While extremely impressive at LAN events, curiously d3ffo has seemed less explosive online, posting the worst rating on his team at Challengers 3(187 ACS) and in general being a streaky player even in his most comfortable environment leave him unable to break higher on the list.

13 - Nathan "Leaf" Orf (https://www.vlr.gg/player/7873/leaf)
One of the hottest prospects in NA, he has been the main driving force behind Cloud 9's recent succes, posting monstrous numbers at the LCQ(253 ACS, the highest at the event) and Champions(263 ACS, with an heroic performance versus Liquid that earned him a 317 ACS) but Leaf has been on for the whole year, always being the most impressive player in Cloud 9, despite their early exits from Challengers 1 and 2, Leaf still impressed and put up great numbers.
Sadly Cloud 9 lack of success during the year leaves Leaf lower on the list than he could be, but the new look C9 led by Vanity will certainly look to impress even more next year and fullfill Leaf's potential.

12 - Peter "Asuna" Mazuryk (https://www.vlr.gg/player/601/asuna)
The other top prospect in NA, Asuna is the main reason why 100 Thieves managed to enjoy great success domestically and a great run at Masters 2.
Despite not attending champions, Asuna stats are in a league of their own considering he isnt playing the OPerator, even more impressively he's the entry fragger, a role that usually gets traded and thus has lower stats, Asuna flips the script and shows that his aim and entry fragging are so impressive he can accrue OPer-like stats on Reyna and Raze(252 ACS at LCQ, 236 at Challengers 3, 247 at Masters Berlin, 269 at Challengers 1) these insane stats, kept up all year long, in what is probably the most competitive and cutthroat region in Valorant are deserving of a high placement.
100 Thieves collapsed at the end of they year, with Asuna trying to keep the team togheter and carrying them almost to Champions, sadly he fell just short to Cloud 9, but Asuna efforts wont be in vain as next year 100 thieves is looking to rebuild around him

11 - Austin "Crashies" Roberts (https://www.vlr.gg/player/4/crashies)
Crashies has been the best Sova player in NA basically all year long, his consistency on the Sova role is impressive and crashies has shown he can hang with the best in the world at Masters Berlin, where he impressed greatly especially in clutch situations.
He also played at a very high level domestically all year long, being the best player in Envy without a doubt before yay joined the team and he's the hand behind most of Envy's early success(along with FNS igling).
A solid player all year, deserves a Solid placement, even though Envy disappointed at Challengers.

10 - Shahzeb "Shahzam" Khan (https://www.vlr.gg/player/46/shahzam)
Shahzam has been one of the most influential figures in the Valorant community, the Sentinels IGL has shown to be a great caller that early in the life of the game helped build the meta of the game, but Shahz is also an impressive figure on the server, while calling he also fragged impressively all year long, even on the Sova, a role he had to adapt into to accomodate TenZ, his OPing early in the year earned Sentinels great positions at the start of the year but once TenZ joined, Shahzam turned into a fearsome rifler, posting a 240 ACS in Iceland, 219 ACS at Challengers 3, 212 at MAsters Berlin and he was by far the best performer for SEN at the disappointing Champions event, where despite a 226 ACS, Sentinels lost to a strong TL and a KRU side that upset them in historical fashion, a win that powered KRU to a semifinals finish.
Despite the disappointing end of the year, Sentinels have been a force to be reckoned with all year long, thanks in large part to Shahzam calls and great gameplay.

Part 3 to follow

posted 1 month ago

I decided to make a ranking of who I think were the best players in this first full year of Valorant Esports, to guide my decisions i decided to use stats at big tournaments(VCT Masters Reykjavik, Berlin and all the Online masters events, LCQ and Champions), accolades and a bit of eye test, naturally my word isnt the truth of god so Feel free to flame me :P
I dont care if we just copying HLTV at this point i cant cars, I lost too much time looking at stats to not post this.
Also this post is going to be extremely long so im gonna post it gradually throughout the day cause I have nothing better to do with my time.

Honorable mentions

Žygimantas "Nukkye" Chmieliauskas (291 ACS at Masters 1, 230 ACS in Berlin, 245 at LCQ Solid player all year long, sadly no accolades and no Champions leave him here)

Roberto "Mazino" Rivas (Consistently 2nd best player of KRU at most events, great eye test, crucial in their win vs Sentinels and the Champions run, sadly his stats arent good enoguh to make the break)

Gustavo "Sacy" Rossi (Monstrous Stats at every event he attended, but not enough results internationally to put him in top 20)

Yuu "Buzz" Byung-Chul (One of the key players for Vision Strikers, very good stats but Vision Strikers disappointing results and the fact he joined them midway through the year leave me hesitant to put him in top 20)

Anthony "Vanity" Malaspina (Attended Masters 2 posting a 197 ACS while IGLing and turned around Cloud 9 destiny completely letting them get through the LCQ, sadly stats made me prefer other Controller players in the list)

Hunter "Sick" Mims (Sadly I was left between having to put Sick and the player at 20, I consider both of them excellent but I wanted to award a player that plays harder roles, Sick is still great and he could have been in the list easily, just personal preference)

20 - Jimmy "Marved" Nguyen (https://www.vlr.gg/player/263/marved)
Probably the best controller in NA, his Astra and Viper play are what really changed Envy along with yay's addition, turned them from Solid, but crownless, into the most feared team from NA, his clutch abilities and utility usage were along with Yay's incredible form one of the main driving forces behind Envy's success at Masters 3 and posted respectable numbers even in their disappointing Champions finish.
In the domestic NA tournaments he was always extremely reliable, even when playing in a very unstable and swingy FaZe Clan.

19 - Patrick "Starxo" Kopczynski(https://www.vlr.gg/player/565/starxo)
The MVP of Champions finals is a player that while inconsistent, always made sure to showcase his talent, especially in the online domestic tournaments, not an easy task considering his main role is supporting cNed aggresive plays with his Skye and Sage, while occasionally showing a good understanding of Controller gameplay with Astra and Viper.
His stats aren't very impressive if taken out of context, but considering he's basically a support player they become more clear and adding in the eye test, especially from more recent events, I think he deserves the spot

18 - Patiphan "Patiphan" Chaiwong (https://www.vlr.gg/player/2452/patiphan)
The Thai youngster managed to impress the world not once but twice, his insane rating(237 ACS) in Champions was the main reason that X10 managed to get to playoffs, but most importantly he showed the world that SEA had potential even earlier at MAsters 2 in Iceland where his heroic 246 ACS made everyone realize that talent existed even in non-traditional FPS regions like thailand.
I wanted to put him higher, but the long break he took in the middle of the year makes some of his domestic numbers a bit foggy, I hope he doesnt leave for Overwatch so next year I can put him even higher.

17 - Kim "Stax" Gu-Taek (https://www.vlr.gg/player/485/stax)
The IGL for VS showed solid numbers for an IGL at every event VS attended and his calling and utility-focused style are what makes VS such an unique and exciting team to watch.
Having been with VS since the start he was part of their dominant streak(ended only by Nuturn) and he managed to integrate Buzz's talent into VS turning them into a real force, I wanted to award him for having been such a terrific IGL for a long time and managing to keep true to his style even through all the roster changes in VS.

16 - Elias "Jamppi" Olkonnen (https://www.vlr.gg/player/9780/jamppi)
The finnish OPer has been one of the most interesting players to look at in EMEA, evolving from streaky and aggressive solo-jett main, he evolved into a complete player, flexible in his agent choices while always bringing solid Operator to Liquid, his switch to the IGL position also revolutionized Liquid completely, turning them into one of the best teams in the world along with Nivera's addition, this shows in his 237 ACS at LCQ, Liquid's best tournament of the year, but Jamppi has been a force even in earlier tournaments with his 229 ACS at Masters Iceland.
Sadly some of Jamppi's performances earlier in the year(along with Liquid as a whole) deny him a higher placement(especially his 200 ACS at Challengers 3, insufficient for a OPer).

15 - Olavo "Heat" Marcelo (https://www.vlr.gg/player/8673/heat)
Despite saying earlier on that I value accolades a lot and sometimes even good stats dont mean much, with Heat, this would be wrong.
The numbers the 18-year old Brazilian has put up on the international stage are absurd, 280 ACS at Masters 3 Berlin, 264 at Champions and he keeps up the insane performances even domestically.
Heat has proven to be a world class Jett player, capable of going toe to toe with the greatest in the world and outfrag them, sadly this hasnt been translated into success, Internationally Vivo Keyd managed only a win versus Zeta Divison and a Controversial rematch against Acend ended the brazilians run at Champions, throughout all of this Heat always was excellent, but the lack of sample size in higher stakes games leaves me unable to put him higher on the List.

Part 2 coming soon in the replies brothers

posted 1 month ago

South Built is definetely the future of filipino Valorant, maybe TS could look tot he to find replacements for some of the older players like Borkum and JessieVash and upgrade, or even better we could see like in DotA some superteams from SEA, imagine a combination of Full Sens, PRX and TS like T1 made in dota2, would definetely be a team that punch very high

posted 1 month ago
  1. Nats
  2. Dapr
  3. Suygetsu
  4. Poised
  5. Nivera
posted 2 months ago

I doubt its AvovA since they moved togheter from the same team, Koldamenta was an estabilished IGL in PUBG and now valorant for a long time so I doubt he's a toxic person or someone that has bad interpersonal relationships(you dont become a leader by being a cunt).
If its keloqz i feel like its more on nukkye cause like, yea I can imagine keloqz having an ego, but hes a also a kid, you should forgive him and maybe communicate more to him since young players tend to build egos very fast but then soften once they start bing more in a team environment.
If its mixwell, then Id say nukkye is more in the reason, a veteran like Mixwell should be the one creating a positive atmosphere, not making players uncomfortable

posted 2 months ago

its been almost 2 months since we last saw liquid or futbolist or Faze play, its not a healthy ecosystem when TOP teams have this much time in between officials, and these are top teams, imagine what its like for Tier 2 teams, which are even more important to the ecosystem since they provide the fresh blood, having more events other than VCT will improve the quality of play massively and will let us spectators assess better which teams are better

posted 3 months ago

not every other week, but its better for the ecosystem to get a decent tournament every month or so, instead of having periods like this where no teams or only very few are playing, it really fucks up practice routines for teams and makes power levels very volatile

posted 3 months ago

they have to implement a series of independent tournaments and treat it more like Tennis with events often and throughout the year instead of making teams play so far between, its really bad for smaller teams that get their momentum halted from one vct to the other, let IEM, ESL, Beyond The Summit, WePlay, BLAST and other big tournament organizers join in and make tournaments often, more international competition and practice will elevate the esport

posted 3 months ago

cNed, Yay, TenZ, Izzy, ScreaM are my top 5 with Heat just outside

posted 3 months ago

Reynor(SC2)
Vengeur (Quake)
Kuxir(Rocket League)
Jiizuke(LoL)
Lollo/Aqui(R6)

posted 3 months ago

id say that if you want to include a r6 player from Brazil either Paluh or Nesk deserve it more than Alem4o and maybe Psycho, those 2 have been so incredibly conssitent and strrong for years

posted 3 months ago

oh no, thats such a bad idea! Why would FPX do that? Im not saying you have no source, i trust you man, but like, whatys ANGE1 reasoning, this guy hasnt proven to be tier 1 worthy since G2 stopped winning in those early days, he was really bad in Heretics and his reputation is really bad, couldnt they get a promising CIS player like Bisk or MiniBoo?

posted 3 months ago

SkRossi moves to NA when? Mr Ganesh deserves a shot in a real region, even if he wont do that good he brings so many fans

posted 3 months ago

no way FPX takes that absolute garbage player, hes also a matchfixer and in general very unpleasant person, surely ANGE1 knows better

posted 3 months ago

Deagle one trick in CS, Sheriff onetrick in Valorant, he was destined to end up mediocre, sadly

posted 3 months ago

-Starxo +Leo
Starxo is very inconsistent and hogs a very powerful position on the secondary duelist spot, by getting rid of Starxo and buying one of the most consistent and talented fraggers in EU(who enjoys playing supportive roles more than duelist roles, which is a very rare and valueable attribute) you can switch the roles up, letting Zeek play Skye on most maps, a big deal considering Zeek's robot aim(thanks fortnite) and letting Leo take over the Sova spot, Leo also opens the door to playing Astra/Viper compsmore efficiently since his Astra is one of the best in EU and BONECOLD's Viper complements his great game vision very well, this also lets kiles play fragger roles.

posted 4 months ago

yea, Leo is too much of a crystal clear talent to be wasted in such a team.
I think sweden has all the pieces to build a superteam, Leo and Zyppan as the fragging cores would be a great start and Bonkar, while p low on the fragging end, has shown to have a very good understanding of the game and has put in place a very discplined team that can make extremely washed up players like draken look good, so I'd say you can keep him.
Sayf is a good versatile player, decent awper too, i Feel like he can stay too in the superteam, considering Zyppan is the obvious Yacine replacement, now we only need a replacement for Draken, if only we could get Nawk to switch from CS he would be perfect since Guild can finally get a real Operator player, like imagine:

Nawwk - Jett
Leo - Sova/Sage/Astra
Bonkar - Omen/Breach
Sayf - Viper/KJ/Cypher
Zyppan - Raze/Reyna/Sage

posted 4 months ago

Guild if Leo keeps popping off and they buy Zyppan from FPX in place of washed up as hell Yacine

posted 4 months ago

Chelo and Boltz can play at a very high level for Valorant standards, Yel isnt that bad but theres probably better talents in the existing BR scene, fer is washed, but if ShazaM can look good in Valorant then even fer can look incredible, his aim might not be as good as it used to be but he has a great brain for FPS and lurking, can deffo see him in a role similar to Davidp in Giants

posted 4 months ago

played against worse teams in Iceland, the team is way better, they got unlucky playing against probably the 2nd best team at the off the bat and now their confidence is dead

posted 4 months ago