Met and said goodbye instantly
Very good format
|Registered:||March 10, 2021|
|Last post:||February 14, 2023 at 4:46 AM|
Met and said goodbye instantly
Very good format
He's not even that good mechanically
Besides, aiming in Valorant is significantly easier due to bigger character hitboxes and slower character speed
Not an official spanish speaking broadcast
Gaules was appointed by all tier1 CSGO tournament organizers to be main brazilian (portuguese speaking) broadcast.
Ibai is officially not main spanish speaking broadcast, despite the fact that he has a lot of viewers.
Completely different comparison
Gaules is the only one Brazil have, Ibai is not an official Spanish stream
The amount of dislikes just shows how clueless people are
Gaules is not a watchparty, it's an official BR broadcast
MENA is part of EMEA so no one really cares
My guy, if Valorant had an event every month like CS does, it would average 150k at best, even with watchparties (which is essentially views cheating)
Of course it's higher, when you avoid any tournaments for half a year, your fanbase will be hungry for anything.
Sample size: 2 🤡
Wolfen is great. It's just that Valorant is such a garbage esport with such few events, that new players never get to train enough through officials.
Imagine cheating in any game, what's the point
After AWP magazine being reduced from 10 to 5 bullets, it's definitely not as strong. Now people go for passive playstyle more often.
How does having minimal major tournaments keeps investors happy?
And by the way Riot are literally paying stipends to participating teams, it's not like they even make net profit.
I mean Riot are literally killing the game by their formats
Haven't played Valorant since about 15 months ago, only occasionally watching tournaments (which there are none)
Cope with 3 international events per year and all with shitty formats
They are. But there are too many events. If Valorant had as many events as CS (it doesn't, not even close), Valo views would be times worse.
Either way Valorant has no future with the current system, cry about it
Because CS tournaments occur so often that fans get tired of watching everything.
In Valorant there's 6 months break without anything, obviously extremely rare Valorant tournaments will collect more viewers than Katowice.
Their qualifying system was also garbage
Imagine making 8 groups and only 1 slot to main event per group
Fav gaming and Jadeite got fucked pretty badly
Navi are doing just fine so far, idk what's the problem
Rumors say niesow is still struggling with family issues
They ran out of strats as the tournaments progressed further. And their fundamentals were pretty bad.
The only reason why Fnatic qualified to all international events but M3Berlin was them having an unexpected playstyle in EMEA, against which other teams didn't have time to prepare. But if there were more games being played in EMEA league/qualifiers, Fnatic wouldn't stand a chance.
The team overall was pretty fucking bad since the beginning of 2021 till mid 2022. But dumb EMEA system where you play 1 game and prepare for a week assisted Fnatic.
That's the point, you don't play in Valorant. You get paid for scrimming and waiting 6 months offseason.
No wonder why he chose to leave.
Boaster always says such stuff to bootlick minor regions
Part of the reason why he's so popular and marketable
She's not even remotely attractive, how come is so popular?
He is set for life, his popularity among JP fans is very big
Sacy is a sova one trick with mid aim
By far the most overrated player
Do you really think orgs value opinions of random nonamers over scrim results?
Bodork is also one of the worst reporters in the scene by the ratio of correct/incorrect predictions
Only 3 internationals per year, first one already has garbage single elim format, and the second is bound to feature just 10 teams
Yeah, dope af
Twitter is very good since Musk takeover
You said. Bathtub.
Shower is when you do it standing
Bath is when you do it lying down
Perhaps you meant "showers"
Bath is a different thing
"The desire for this accentuation is in turn fueled by higher levels of testosterone, the status-seeking, drive providing hormone"
My guy you just agreed with my 3rd point about drive being caused by testosterone (male trait).
You should watch it. Literally everything of what he says corresponds to reality.
Anyway, main points:
Most women don't like FPS games. And even some do - they are much less likely to invest all of their time to become great at a particular esport. Much less likely than men to just sit in front of computer 8 hours per day and grind, grind, grind. This is something that's never gonna change, no matter how you advertise an FPS game to them.
Existence of only-female tournaments distracts women from their supposed goal of becoming the best of the best. Why would they tryhard to match men, if they can just farm easy money and easy contracts at their events against the same lowskill opponents? If there is no necessity to become better, they won't become better.
Men are genetically more aggressive, competitive and willing to dominate in any field they enter. Whereas women on average don't want to challenge themselves to reach some crazy goals, like becoming 0,1%, 0,01% best at an esport, due to not having same amounts of testosterone as men. It's always been like this, it's in human nature. Even if you go far back enough in history, you'll find out that, long ago, men were hunters, and women were homemakers (I'm not trying to sound sexist, I'm just pointing out facts).
Mtf trans players represent way, way lower playerbase than born women in any esports title, yet they accomplished much more than any born woman has ever accomplished so far.
None of girls in Valorant are tier2. Get back to reality.
Found a nice video explaining female scene, even without reaction time arguments:
Did you even watch it? There's nothing misogynistic about it.
Holy cope. You're so deluded, even more than I thought.
How about the fact that men are much more willing to work hard and work overtime in gaming than average women.
Until they are actually competing in tier2 (which is Ascension or at least close to Ascension level), no, they can't hold their own.