SeulgiVLR
Country: South Korea
Registered: September 7, 2021
Last post: August 11, 2022 at 4:31 AM
Posts: 1143
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GIVE IT TO HIM

posted 1 month ago

35ms from china to hong kong

posted 1 month ago

the point is that almost no one in asia besides edg and prx are contesting drx when it comes to scrims, who still are quite literally 6-1 against asian teams

we know drx and prx are world class teams, and while scrims arent everything it shows that edg is contending with the best in asia

posted 1 month ago

EDG will win it

these are some of the only guys in asia contesting drx in scrims for the latter part of 2021 and 2022 besides maybe prx, who are still the kings of asia whether you like it or not

posted 1 month ago

yeah i know that but the fact that people are calling cheats when their whole gameplay is literally being recorded is insane

posted 1 month ago

are we just not looking at that the edg staff are literally walking around filming the players as they play?

posted 1 month ago

that whiff hurt to watch

posted 1 month ago

WTFFFF LIFE???

posted 1 month ago

TSM beats TSM, resulting in TSM moving members of TSM to TSM in order to make TSM better than TSM

posted 1 month ago

it’s a secret ;)

posted 1 month ago

LMAOOO my bad

posted 1 month ago

esperanza is a cold name

posted 1 month ago

It would be a crime if one or more of the ID/TH/MYSG/PH subregions doesn't make it to franchising. Each of these subregions deserves a spot.

boy you are gonna be so upset in the coming weeks and i have some bad news for you

posted 1 month ago

https://youtu.be/Gq5yJMeOUL4 shoutout to this one too, its also great

posted 1 month ago

Common Sprouts W

posted 1 month ago

This is wrong. The true APAC slots are going to:

X10
Khumbu Esports
Bren Esports

posted 1 month ago

its not just chedz but others too, there’s so much false information going around from multiple people

posted 1 month ago

you guys need to stop spreading stuff with no merit because damn the amount of misinfomation going around is insane

posted 1 month ago

farewell and good luck

posted 1 month ago

Can you respond to my DM if you get the chance?

posted 1 month ago

Hi Bo is it true that WHO CARS is being signed by XERXIA?

posted 1 month ago

what sources are you getting this from what?

posted 1 month ago

China is gonna be fine.
When the game gets approved, don’t be surprised if we get a Chinese league specifically for them (to lead into internationals) as is in PUBG, LPL, DPC, Wild Rift, etc. It’d be a massive flop if China doesn’t get their own league at this point considering their leagues in other Riot titles

posted 1 month ago

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posted 1 month ago

if damwon loses to crazy raccoon theres no hope

posted 1 month ago

CHECK HIS PC

posted 1 month ago

WTFFFF THE AWARENESS

posted 1 month ago

this is what happens when you give a region access to only asian server ranked

posted 1 month ago

GG GOOD SERIES

posted 1 month ago

meanwhile:

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RIPablo Escobar

posted 1 month ago

checks out because he has the biggest dick in the world with how hes playing

posted 1 month ago

because edg scrims MAINLY drx and prx on a daily basis

imagine learning from the best two teams on asia daily?
drx doesnt want to scrim korea, prx hasnt been scrimming drx lately but still want strong scrim partners, thats where edg comes in

posted 1 month ago

wip with scheduling?

posted 1 month ago

it pains me that we cant have an nrg vs sentinels grand final

posted 1 month ago

NT

posted 1 month ago

8/8 best copypasta vlr has ever produced

posted 1 month ago

Hey kremer! Just wondering who you're rooting for in the East Asia LCQ, and if given the chance would you be casting for EA LCQ too?

posted 1 month ago

LMAOO shes dating fivek leave them alone

posted 1 month ago

going after fivek’s girl???

posted 1 month ago

if eg wins this i follow you back

posted 1 month ago

??????

posted 1 month ago

Hi guys, I'm the audio guy at the North America LCQ. I wanted to express how honored I am to be the first deaf audio engineer at a VALORANT tournament in history. Thank you Riot for this amazing opportunity, and I'll try my best!!

posted 1 month ago

kru klaus lev kingg nth joxjo

posted 1 month ago

Eight teams from around the Latin American subregion fight for two possible slots heading into VALORANT Champions within the South America Last Chance Qualifier. This article will cover the roster changes, expectations, storylines, and more about the upcoming event.

Four teams in Ninjas in Pyjamas, Vivo Keyd, FURIA, & TBK Esports represent Brazil, while KRU Esports, FUSION, E-Xolos LAZER, & 9z Team represent Latin America, with 8 teams total.

To start, let’s head into a shortened down list of roster changes that took place leading up to the event.

Roster Changes
FURIA: -ableJ, +dgzin (Gamelanders, Stars Horizon)

FUSION: -Wyz, +Darker (Team Cruelty), +Jovi (OpTic, 100 Thieves)

9z Team: -SUTHER, -HANLING, +bnj (NiP, KRU), +Tuli (Movistar Optix)

Next, I talked with Noyn on what he thinks about the LCQ, and there’s some juice to it. Some parts of the interview have been altered for clarity.

  • “What are your thoughts/expectations of the LCQ teams?”

“First of all, I think this will be the most disputed LCQ ever for South America. The level of the teams are all very close and I believe that any two of the 8 teams can end up qualifying to Champions, but some are still favorites, others less.”

  • “What do you think of TBK?”

“I chose TBK as my dark horse because Tuyz is one of the most talented young players we have in the region, and is greatly underestimated by the community. Kon4n is an excellent flex player and Matheuzin is a solid player.

TBK is a mature team and their lineup has been together for over a year. According to scrims they are at their peak right now, so make sure to keep an eye on them. Overall though, they are recognized for working hard and having good antistrats, but not being so good individually.”

  • “What do you think of NIP?”

“NIP is a very good team, with their biggest asset is having Split and Fracture playable at a high level internationally, where as in contrast, South America is not so comfortable and up to NIP’s mastery on both maps, so they gain an interesting advantage in their map pool in almost all matchups.

On the other hand, until the Stage 2 grand final against LOUD, they didn’t play Bind and it was the team’s permaban. I believe their biggest flaw is having a role overlap between Xand and Jonn in some maps, with the fact that Jonn not being able to play Raze and use the Operator limits the comps that the team can bring, and often Xand needs to get out of his comfort zone to play flex.

All in all, Neon and Fade were interesting solutions to this problem, such as in Haven and Ascent, but I believe Icebox and Breeze are problematic. You should put your eyes on Cauanzin, I believe he will be one of the best players in the world soon, he is one of the greatest gems we have in Brazil along with Aspas.”

  • “How about FURIA and Vivo Keyd?”

“The addition of dgzin to FURIA was very interesting and will add a lot of firepower and experience to the team, as in the opinion of many he is the best oper in Brazil, but they are still in the process of adapting, as qck will play flex and is excellent in that role. Mazin should go back to playing as a controller and will play Raze on some maps, while Nzr is one of the best players in South America and is probably the second best IGL we have in Brazil.”

If Vixen and Jhow’s change wasn’t motivated by out-of-game factors, in my opinion the moves didn’t make much sense. Despite RgLm being the second best controller in the region, the bet on Rhz was high, and even then I don’t think he was the biggest problem of this team. Despite having excellent players and heat/mwzera popping off every single playoff game, the team seems lost in functionality and feels uncomfortable after the Jett nerf.

Murizzz and Rhz act as the “piano carriers”, or supportive cast of this team for Heat and Mwzera to play comfortably. The team’s map pool is pretty limited however, even though they’ve won all their recent matches against FURIA, they’ve always lost against NIP this year and have a 0–5 record to them.”

  • “Moving onto Latin America, what do you think of their teams?”

“Thinking about them, KRU is the top seeded team and the favorite to qualify, while FUSION is playing very well and had good preparations. Recently they won 2–1 against Leviatan in LATAM Challengers and lost the lower final in a 2–3 game against them.

Xander, Dcop, and Torrify are good players and will shine in this tournament. Since they also signed Jovi, they are my dark horse with TBK to get one of the slots, and I have heard good things about them in North American & Brazilian scrims. 9z added bnj and Puli and now they have an interesting lineup, but they will be also underdogs to qualify.”

This concludes the interview with Noyn, and now we’ll be moving onto storylines.

Storylines

Can NIP make it to the finish line?

Ninjas in Pyjamas were swept on their way to Champions via circuit point qualification, with LOUD blowing everyone out of the water in points, leaving NIP to have to qualify through the LCQ.

NIP’s Brazilian team was made initially as a move from Europe as the org had a EU division at first, before making the choice to move to Brazil heading into the 2022 VCT. NIP’s decision might be a success for them, as they’ve started to yield the results they were hoping for. But the LCQ is the final chance to make it into Champions, where they really get the chance to prove themselves.

Can NIP truly make it and show why they’re competing for the top of Brazil, or will a new team overcome them as they’re nearing the final hurdle when there’s so much on the line?

Can Vivo Keyd redeem themselves for lacking results?

Ever since the Acend incident, Vivo Keyd hasn’t been looking so hot domestically and internationally. A 0–2 loss against X10 to finish their run in VALORANT Champions quickly culminated into back to back losses in Brazil’s lower bracket finals across both VCT stages.

Despite the strong stats that their star players of heat & mwzera would bring to the table in every series, it just seemed to never be enough for Vivo Keyd to produce strong enough results to return to international play.

The roster has spent the last 3 months together leading up to the LCQ. Now, Vivo Keyd might have a chance at breaking their curse and return to the biggest stage once again. It might take a miracle, and some of their players outside of the core two might have to look better than ever for the team to find success once again. But is this enough?

Will mwzera continue to have the insaniest stats?

As a wise man once said, mwzera has some of the insaniest stats to come out of a player. 86% deathmatch win rate, 66.3% ranked win rate, the best Raze, he could be the one thing Vivo Keyd need for new success.

In seriousness though, mwzera is still looking sharp on the Vivo Keyd roster, despite their losses throughout the 2022 season. In some cases, he’s taken over the helm of the star player role on the team, alongside heat.

With his inaugural buyout from Gamelanders being the highest ever in Brazilian VALORANT so far, mwzera might have to show once more his value as he enters the LCQ. Can mwzera keep up his tempo in the LCQ, where he’ll face some of his toughest competition yet?

Unfortunately, the VLR limit stops me from putting the full article here, but if you'd like to check out the rest, consider reading here! Medium

posted 1 month ago

esperanza will do fine, he might be in a slump but i believe thats because hes still getting used to solo's coach and playstyle, it took months for the nuturn guys to have it down where as on f4q he was much more free and less disciplined

posted 1 month ago

Anthem is impressive. I’ve heard some stuff and he’s looking good to say the least

posted 1 month ago

compare them to 2021 vikings

posted 1 month ago
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