Cryo raze: 165 acs. Case closed
|Registered:||May 15, 2021|
|Last post:||May 17, 2022 at 2:25 PM|
Cryo raze: 165 acs. Case closed
Reddit good for clips and quick transfer updates. And ocasionally an tactical article
Vlr better for live reactions, better for varied opinions and more direct opinions
Waiting a year and leaking personal stuff when someone gains some cloud is pretty weird
if scream gets exposed like this i don't know who i can trust in this world anymore
damn, might need to start judging then if that works
who is going to be the weird exposed valorant streamer next month
But are they still one of the top teams with Curry. Its a big downgrade
No. How would they, the only points left available are in VCT EMEA qualifier for which the teams are known. And for masters 2, which you cant get in form VRL. Their year is basically over and only reason to play is to qualify for 2023.
Yea… idk if steel is any better
What a downgrade for C9. Surely rhey couldve replaced Xeta wirh someone better then Curry
if they were unpaid they would've signed with a new team by now
LMAO and then he is quiet https://twitter.com/horotoooo/status/1525114951773220864
he deserves a better team then this OG roster (not the &LDN), but a move would be great indeed
Real names are getting boring. Give me more AsLanM4shadoW
It's a theater crowd. They just come to watch the sport, not to support the team
you have to wait 7 games for the crowd to finally get active?
Asuna, JonahP, Genghsta, jcStani, Dicey would be close
yea surely its not the 0-10 jett thats more problematic
what happened to V1 man
Virtuoso away always difficult
LOUD fan complaining about no underdogs
The Guard is more an example for franchising, then against it. A rich org coming up out of nowhere joining when franchise plans were very close to confirmed. XSET have like Swae Lee backing, so they're not small but only founded not even 2 years ago.
1 match upset is not really what i meant, the chances of them actually making groups are close to 0. Did they do that in 2020 they would've been picked up by an org, so the trend is already massively in favour for big teams.
Isn't it better for smaller teams to have teams in a franchise (ie get more money) so they can sell their players for more. It's not like we see f/a teams go far in this system or get picked up as a 5 stack anyway. That was only part of the early days of the competition.
But it would be nice if there is a way, like EMEA qualifier now where the worst performing team can get dropped & a good performer from lower level can join since the franchise won't be based high on buy in's.
Same, he is my favourite player. But since LCQ it's been so inconsistent. And of course thats part of the support flex role, but he used to be carrying GenG
yea contracts for venue are probably signed year in advance
Almost choked Bind up big again
Look at this man, no region comes close
Cant believe im posting this in a match thread against Lenny Time…
If you lose this are you done for the whole year?
what drugs is thief on today
Yea theyre pretty good in league. But still behind T1, so seeing them less valuable was surprising
better then watching another boring ranked grinder or T2 pro
I remember him from a jcStani stream last year that was so funny, good to see him blow up now
0 "upsets"? Havent you followed the last 3 open quals
First good move by OG in valorant. Probably made this decision to lock in franchise spot
bo1 has so much fluke potential with 1 map. But i guess over 18 matches it evens out
oh bo1 thats kinda cringe
18 match days wtf