JettEnjoyer
Country: Russia
Registered: November 11, 2021
Last post: June 2, 2022 at 9:20 AM
Posts: 1168
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cs go is copying rito strategy now, chill

posted about a year ago

just rito things

posted about a year ago

Pati > shaz

posted about a year ago

0,75 and 0,78 KD LMAO

FLOP

posted about a year ago

He didn't enjoy the game because he wasn't good at this game at all
/closed

posted about a year ago

His aim, game sens, decision making was way worse that his opponents. Look at his stats he's is totally washed!

https://www.vlr.gg/player/14131/floppy/?timespan=all

posted about a year ago

Mens all NA Valorant is t2 cs:go scene if you know what I mean))
The reason why NA was so dominant its because in other regions situation with t2 switching was worse than in NA and North American teams had experienced cs:go IGLs and players while EU had totally washed (happy) or ex-casters/analysts (Fnatic Boaster an example) or t3 cs go players. Now 1,5 year after, many of washed players are also washed in Valorant too, because game is growing in skill everytime, top orgs have exp on LANs so NA dominance doesn't seem so obvious.

posted about a year ago

Nah, he was just bad player in Valorant and couldn't succeed because others were better. Then he started to complain on game but we all know that all problems rely on him.
Also c9 benched him so he didn't choose to leave t1 scene or c9, it's an org decision and I think no one in t1 Valo scene would have sign him. That's why he's playing t3 cs go. Washed.

posted about a year ago

sadge, raka and pussyjett were good)

posted about a year ago

thank u mens))

posted about a year ago

the main question is: where are PussyJett and RakaGG?

posted about a year ago

men i need ur sens, chair, mouse pad, grip, resolution, crosshair # and warm up routine))

posted about a year ago

I am rooting for TL and every CIS team (so its Gambit), also gonna watch Envy games because of El Diablo. Yay vs ScreaM two one tap machines...

posted about a year ago

huge work, interesting info for gamblers

posted about a year ago

very good mens))

posted about a year ago

just rito things
imagine there are will be Leauge PC's for Champions so pros again will play with 150-200 fps xd

posted about a year ago

Brim is > Omen in any way.

posted about a year ago

I think Chamber is a decent agent but it will take some time on pro scene to get perfect at his skills. He can awp, he can anchor, he can lurk, all his abilities just wider than KJ or Cypher's. hope rito will not nerf him.

posted about a year ago

kovaaks for sure, dm and range doesnt count as aim trainer.

posted about a year ago

T1

posted about a year ago

Just a special agent for Operator, he can save a lot of money by using deagle and ult so he can have Op a lot more than usual agents. Opposite to Jett he has an anchor utilities while Jett has everything for entry. Liquid will definatelly try to use him with double Op tactics, but what meta would be is hard to say. As an Op main I still think that Jett is more viable with awp but maybe its because i play only duelists. Lets say Jett is an agressive entry, Chamber is more like an anchor awper that holds one cite for loooong time. Different styles of operator users will chose their type of awp agent.

posted about a year ago

see ya tomorrow

posted about a year ago

Have seen some time on Average Jonas's stream. So Chamber is an anchor awper. He has insta tp, he has utilities to spot and slow people, so he can hold 1 cite by himself, which already makes him a good sentinel (better than Sage LMAO). So being an anchor awper means to be a sentinel, hes not crated to be a duelist. But ofc u can use tp and play aggressive with awp, depends on ur playstyle, however devs idea was to make an anchor operator agent and they did it well. Hes also high skill ceiling agent - deagle, awp ult, nice sentinel util and insta tp.

Yoru is just irrelevant.

posted about a year ago

insecure toxic man, i told ya to logout and touch grass

posted about a year ago

Your retarded argument about 100 twitch channel costreams doesn't work since volvo decided to copy rito strategy on Stockholm Major. Rent free and logout.

posted about a year ago

The thing is that nitr0 probably doesn't want to play Astra. As a cs:go player be an Astra main is kinda a nightmare because you shoud be always aware about ur utility usage. I mentioned before that he was good controller player but nothing more. It was also mentioned that nitr0 switched his role to Jett awping to find his best role but we all know that his Jett is not top tier. That's why his removal from 100t seems to me more or less logical - look they have Asuna, Hiko and Ethan. They need an IGL, anchor and controller player. Does nitr0 top tier anchor? Top tier controller on Astra? I would say no.

posted about a year ago

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posted about a year ago

Nitr0 was just a good controler player in terms of mechanical skill and LAN experience. However, he doesnt know Astra, has only played an useless Omen.
Probably thats why he swithed his role to Jett awping, no other options he could provide for the team at high level. Also his Jett is not top tier, so I guess Nitr0 literarly couldn't find his role in t1 Valorant scene and 100t.

in hltv forums agro kids call it 'washed'

posted about a year ago

Kids are the future of humanity, so that means that Valorant is the future of competitve tactical shooter.
/closed

posted about a year ago

Phoenix has flash that everyone could dodge, he has wall that is not a viper wall, he has molly that is not a brimstone molly. Even his ultimate is not good enough (very expensive for info, obvious for push, and also dangerous to be free killed or the neccessity of additional player to carry ur body). All being said, in comparison to other duelists except Yoru, he is almost out of the meta, game, ranked etc. First subsitution of Phoenix was Skye, after her nerf making her flashes completelly useless, seems like Kayo will substitute both of them generally becasue in some ways he is just better agent. In ranked you will never see Phoenix's high peek rate too if you play at least on Diamond lobby.

posted about a year ago

dead in CIS, thnx rito

posted about a year ago

vlr.gg/logout

posted about a year ago

Liquid and Gambit are the best EMEA teams for sure, Acend is still strong but choked on LAN - we need to wait for them more.

NA has Envy which I think is the best team in region. Scrim9 with Vanity and old cs bois are strong too. Sentinels are very close to them but I would not consider them better than NV and c9. More or less the same level.

My favorite is Envy, then Liquid.

Idk about other regions but will support koreans for sure after the Squid Games))

posted about a year ago

I think Valorant by itself is the future of competitive tactical shooter. I see how new generations that didn't play cs:go starts from Valorant and enjoy. A lot of girls playing too.

The Champions views can be like in Stockholm Major' event and even more if:

  1. Rito will organize 5-10k crowd
  2. Make unbelievable pre shows and marketing for hype train.
    So, everything is rely on them.

Besides all of that I wanna say that rito doesn't do well in promoting their game in some main regions. They declined the number of servers yesterday, they don't give CIS Region their servers (this region is 70-80% of all cs:go viewers which rito wants to take). So they do nothing on CIS. CIS carry 70-80% of cs:go views and meanwhile pay $5/month for faceit to play cs:go without cheaters. They have money, they have talented gamers and moreover they have interested viewers. Rito is sleeping.

posted about a year ago

This guy literally just described low elo play.
If ur true immortal even diamond 3 (in which i don't trust) you would just press w and destroy them.

Otherwise the meme about Americans are true

posted about a year ago

Valorant pro scene is only 1 year standing and you definitely don't remember the first year of competitive cs:go? Sean Gares explained on stream those cringy plays and moments in cs go when he was igling first teams, how did they play, what tactic were etc. Those cs:go times are not even close to the level of Valorant now, not even comparable. Valorant is way better and high class. Talents like zywoo and s1mple will grow during the 3-4 years itself. Besides, the pro scene now and what it was 6 month ago has huge difference in t1. Way less mistakes, more clean tactics, strats etc.

About the casters, talents, hosts etc. I would agree with you and can explain the reason why cs:go will be always better - it's because of rito. They need to show everyone that they are true right company with multiculturism and different people in all ways. That's why there is no shot to see, let's say Tonya Predko casting Valorant, instead we will watch Young Lee (may be mistaken by name) or Pancy etc. Cs:go operates in different way: valve gave it all to independent business companies and business must entertain as much as they can, be attractive as much as possible, they don't give a shit on trends of multicultural things and etc. I hope you get my point

posted about a year ago

Let's go TUROK

posted about a year ago

Can u post a link? I ve never seen how irons/bronze playing, just curious.

posted about a year ago

I would say in terms of rough impact player can do the list is:

  1. El Diablo
  2. cNed
  3. nAts
  4. ScreaM
  5. Tenz

Top 3

Yay is literally close to perfection, his aim, positioning, strafe and counter strafe, mental ability - he's just the number one, born to be a star in this game. (He was kinda decent in cs:go times too, I remember their team on one major, they destroyed cis team on inferno). Born for Valorant.

Cned is talented and consistent enough to be in the top. No other options.

nAts can be the Get_Right of Valorant, basically the lurker role is one the most impactful and if you understand and feel the game like nAts so gg ez. I listed him on 3 because of the fact he is not a duelist, but I poses him on same level with these two.

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ScreaM
Juan tap machine, one of the most talented players in a French cs scene, but also the most unlucky guy. He was one of the best aimers but out of the cs:go meta, juan taps for fans, meta for success. Also he was so unlucky with cs go teams. Legend.
Valorant as game with such mechanics is created for ScreaM: Juan Taps. But at the end of the day, despite I like this guy so much from cs times, I would place Yay ahead. Why? Just because at the current time Yay is a way better than anyone else.

Tenz
Aimbot guy from yt and twitch clips. I remember the hype train on his career in cs:go on c9. The main thing is, remember it bois, in games such cs:go and valorant rough aim means literarly nothing. However, tenz is tenz and he deserves to be in top 5, no more.

posted about a year ago

Franchising in Sports is legitimating the instant place to small amount of clubs/orgs/teams in tournaments. For instance, American MLS system is a franchise where only approximately around 30 clubs in it. No chance for small team with talented academy roster to join without 300 mln payment. In Esports its kinda the same and gives big orgs like TSM or T1 instant places on LAN tournaments, in which TSM and T1 are interested because in real competition they could not do shit - but franchising system secure their investments and allows to participate just because how big they are in terms of money, marketing etc.

Good or Bad? For orgs ofc it's the best option. For true competition it means death.

posted about a year ago

LMAO soo cringe comment. She's in org only because of the fact she was a gf of TSM CEO Andy Dinh. It's not her org and I don't think she has any impact on building TSM rosters.

posted about a year ago
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