Liquid_fan
Country: International
Registered: April 6, 2021
Last post: August 31, 2022 at 7:56 PM
Posts: 230
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Liquid dont will throw this one
TL 2-0 Eduardo jueguitos

posted 1 month ago

Liquid has never lose against Kru , Leviathan has never wins against Kru
so EZ 2-0 for Liquid

posted 1 month ago

"acetato es no lo olvides" Phineas

posted 1 month ago

no one owns Jampi man, he was built different

posted 1 month ago

if you just count kills, a duelist opens site, i think he did a good job.

posted 1 month ago

So fuking ez for Scream, he will headshot people like in his CS prime
TL 2 - 0

posted 1 month ago

What did you say about Screams Roza? his roza is the best in the universe he fails with his utilities on purpose because otherwise it would not be fun to win so easily

posted 1 month ago

game too close toss a coin
fnatic face, prx stamp
Prx Wins

posted 2 months ago

Pancada supremacy 40% hs
Loud 2-Optic 1

posted 2 months ago

simplemente están demostrando que no tienen los fundamentals de shooter y es lógico, latam no es una región de FPS, no juegan al trade van de 1 a 1 y pues aunque maquillaron el resultado este pudo haber sido tranquilamente un 2-0 para Guild

posted 2 months ago

Link or nothing

posted 3 months ago

finally new faces, they still full chileans but atleast new ones

posted 3 months ago

easy to say knowing the result, repeating a score does not seem fun to me

posted 3 months ago

gg take care of the bets mate, put limits on how much and how often you are going to bet, they are very addictive and ruin lives.

posted 5 months ago

DRX 2-ZETA 1 Last map will be 20-18

posted 5 months ago

Bye bye 1000 euros, its gonna be a insane mach, but DRX will win

posted 5 months ago

if na does not play against himself they would not pass from quarterfinals, just Yay and Marved are top tier players from NA.

posted 5 months ago

GG, Zeta played so well their split is so good.

posted 5 months ago

Liquid´s lower bracket run starts now
TL 2-0 Zeta

posted 5 months ago

Brazilian championship, really proud of the guys Say is insane for me MVP of the tournament

posted 5 months ago

Bye bye Kru, I hope to see new faces next time maybe some team from LAN who knows

posted 5 months ago

Krue is heads, Optic stamp, flip a coin but it doesnt matter, Xerxia and Liquid will qualify

posted 5 months ago

This is my comment in english using google translator
It is true that many pros migrated to Valorant in search of better opportunities, but this happened everywhere, not only in Chile, I am going to put my idea in context so that it is better understood, suppose that for every 10,000 players there is 1 who has the time, the desire and the ability to try to become a professional, in that case we can agree that if a country concentrates a larger population than another then it is more likely that it will have more players who aspire to be pros, well between Argentina and Peru the two largest countries on the server in terms of population, there should be 65.54% of the server's player base if we consider it only as a statistical fact, then how can you explain that there are more pro and semi-pro players in Chile than between Argentina and Peru together? if they are practically 4 times Chile in population, you are not going to deny me that Argentina has a great SC culture, I think that without a doubt it is the largest among all the countries that are LAS today, which was worth having a considerable participation in our regional tournaments that, believe it or not, is less than the Chilean one, do you understand my point? I wonder, where are the Bolivians, Peruvians, Uruguayans and Paraguayans, even in the minor leagues, do they not exist? Is it really that there is not enough level in those countries to compete locally? Or is something going on.
If even in the Open Qualifiers the Chilean presence is FAR HIGHER THAN NORMAL if we follow my example, being almost 40%, I know that there is a lot of talent in the region, in all the countries, that is why I am sad that this happens, that It's no longer about skill and who is better and more about who was born closer to Santiago, I hope Riot fixes this because otherwise LAS will soon be just a region with Chilean representatives.
sources: https://www.vlr.gg/event/845/champions-tour-latin-america-south-stage-1-challengers/open-qualifier

posted 5 months ago

This is my comment in english using google translator:
Good point, it is correct that most teams are not made up of players from 5 different countries, not even in the case of EMEA that has about 50 countries xd , but I am not necessarily referring only to that, the case of Kru is a symptom of what happens in LATAM and it is a very serious problem, in the VCT LAS Stage 1 there is a 70% Chilean representation being that they only represent 16.8% of the total population of the server, how can that be explained? a very unfair region where the inequality of competitive conditions is evident, which is the only thing that explains these data. I am referring above all to the ping where in Chile it does not exceed 20ms in most cases and in the rest of the region it is very normal to be between 40-50, this suspicion becomes greater when we see that the players of Kru and Leviatan (the only teams that represented us internationally) almost all play at less than 10 ping, differences that, although they seem minimal, become enormous at higher levels. competition, that is why I say that they do not represent LATAM because not even a player of a nationality other than Chilean or Argentine was able to compete in the VCT LAS Stage 1, a very different case from EMEA where a better distribution is seen and practically no country exceeds 20%. PS: I hope the translator does the best job of it and you can understand me as well as possible, it has been an interesting debate, take care bro.
sources: https://liquipedia.net/valorant/VCT/2022/Latin_America/Stage_1/Challengers/South

posted 5 months ago

Es verdad que muchos pros migraron a Valorant en busca de mejores oportunidades, pero esto ocurrió en todos lados no solo en Chile, te voy a poner en contexto mi idea para que se entienda mejor, supongamos que cada 10 mil jugadores hay 1 que tiene el tiempo, las ganas y la habilidad para intentar llegar a ser profesional, en ese caso podemos estar de acuerdo que si un país concentra mayor población que otro entonces es más probable que tenga más jugadores que aspiren a pros, bueno entre Argentina y Peru los dos países mas grandes del servidor en términos de población, debería haber un 65.54% de la base de jugadores del servidor si lo consideramos solo como un hecho estadístico, entonces como se puede explicar que haya más jugadores pro y semipro en Chile que entre Argentina y Perú juntas? si son prácticamente 4 veces Chile en población, no me vas a negar que Argentina tiene una gran cultura de CS, creo que sin dudas es la más grande entre todos los países que hoy son LAS, cosa que les valio tener una participación considerable en nuestros torneos regionales que aunque no lo creas es menor a la chilena, ¿se entiende mi punto? Me pregunto yo, donde están los bolivianos, peruanos, uruguayos y paraguayos, aunque sea en las ligas menores, ¿acaso no existen?, ¿será que en serio no hay nivel suficiente en esos países como para competir a nivel local? o es que esta pasando algo.
Si hasta en los Open Qualifiers la presencia chilena es MUY SUPERIOR A LO NORMAL si seguimos mi ejemplo, siendo casi de un 40%, sé que hay mucho talento en la región, en todos los países, por eso me apena que esto ocurra, que ya no sea sobre habilidad y quien es mejor y que sea más sobre quien nació mas cerca de Santiago, espero que Riot arregle esto porque sino LAS será pronto solo una región con representantes chilenos.
fuentes: https://www.vlr.gg/event/845/champions-tour-latin-america-south-stage-1-challengers/open-qualifier

posted 5 months ago

Buen punto, es correcto que la mayoría de equipos no están compuestos por jugadores de 5 países distintos ni siquiera en el caso de EMEA que tiene como 50 países xd , pero no me refiero necesariamente solo a eso, el caso de Kru es un síntoma de lo que ocurre en LATAM y es un problema muy serio, en la VCT LAS Stage 1 hay un 70% de representación chilena siendo que solo representan un 16.8% de la población total del servidor, ¿como se puede explicar eso?, pues LAS es una región muy injusta donde es evidente la desigualdad de condiciones competitivas que es lo único que explica dichos datos me refiero sobretodo al ping donde en chile no pasa de 20ms en la mayoría de los casos y en el resto de la región es muy normal estar entre 40-50, esta sospecha se hace mas grande cuando nos fijamos que los jugadores de Kru y Leviatan (los únicos equipos que nos representaron internacionalmente) casi todos juegan a menos de 10 de ping, diferencias que aunque parezcan mínimas se hacen enormes en niveles altos de competición, por eso digo que no representan a LATAM porque ni siquiera un jugador de distinta nacionalidad a la chilena o argentina pudo competir en el VCT LAS Stage 1, caso muy distinto a EMEA donde si se ve una mejor distribución y prácticamente ningún país supera el 20%. PD: espero que el traductor haga su mejor trabajo y me puedas entender lo mejor posible, ha sido un interesante debate, cuídate bro.
fuentes: https://liquipedia.net/valorant/VCT/2022/Latin_America/Stage_1/Challengers/South

posted 5 months ago

Solo nombraste 2 países de los 6 que oficialmente componen la región de LAS (Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Perú, Chile y Uruguay ) , no hay otro equipo en el torneo que sea tan poco diverso cosa muy preocupante si hablamos de una región tan grande como LATAM, y además respecto a lo de la Org argentina y eso, te digo, un equipo de esports lo hacen los jugadores, NO IMPORTA donde haya nacido el dueño o donde dicho equipo pague impuestos, es irrelevante siquiera mencionarlo, supongo que solo lo dices porque eres Argentino xd.

posted 5 months ago

Being very optimistic with Kru regarding the scores, the truth is that they do not represent Latam, being honest, they are only a team of Chileans, they represent Chile, I hope that in future events new faces will be seen that can be called true Latin American ambassadors.

posted 5 months ago

They already won to ascend the team who won champions, it's a reality Vikings was one of the best team there and just a mistake stole them the glory.

posted 5 months ago

nop, no this time man, Liquid is the Kru killer

posted 5 months ago

you're right, they haven't played against any international team yet, but I think that because of the history of cs go and valorant we can say that the best region in the world is EMEA, so if you are the best in emea, you are very possibly the best in the world.

posted 6 months ago

right now bro, is not so hard to understand

posted 6 months ago

So unfair for FPX, they are the best team in EMEA and surely in the world right now :( , its weird i feel sad and happy for liquid.

posted 6 months ago

FPX is the best team in the world right now for sure

posted 6 months ago

i was thinking that as well xd, maybe in a multiverse when nukee don't have the best timing possible to catch 3 people off guard in a line up.

posted 6 months ago

everything was calculated except the triple collateral of nukee xd, unlucky day for jampi and soulcas, they simply left the game in split, everything they did came out in the worst possible way, they lost the mental and also the series :(

posted 6 months ago

EZ4 Liquid 3-0 G2, with some runing hs from Avova and Nuke and Mixwell moments, but individualities can not bet a team.

posted 6 months ago

te falta calle, no lo entenderías xd

posted 6 months ago

resulta que le gana a ambos xd, ojalá Kru se recomponga y pueda dar un buen partido contra Leviatan

posted 6 months ago
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