TMosura
Country: Indonesia
Registered: April 28, 2020
Last post: July 19, 2021 at 1:05 AM
Posts: 60
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And they didn't lose their cool the entire way. One step back, 3 steps fowards.

posted 1 week ago

Maaf sempat delay, statsnya sedang diupdate.

posted 1 week ago

It is the old team that is being inputted. This roster is different.

posted 1 week ago

Not the LEC Studio (aka Studio K.) Verti Music Hall is going to be the venue used for Berlin. It hosted the Group Stage for the 2019 LoL Worlds as well.

https://www.verti-music-hall.de/en/

posted 1 week ago

It's for the latter question on your first post. Most likely it'll be a viewers' ticket to Berlin.

posted 1 week ago

RB Campus Clutch is a separate event not linked to the VCT events. It is comprised of college teams, which in itself have multiple members from different VCT teams. It is unknown if Berlin will have live attendance.

posted 1 week ago

there's too much Ego in a single match.

posted 2 weeks ago

Zeus will be replacing Patiphan for the time being. https://twitter.com/LiquipediaVAL/status/1413076206136799232

posted 3 weeks ago

What are you talking about lol? Last match they had alecks step in for Benkai. BOOM is just the better team today, that's not even throwing. These comments are ridiculous.

posted 1 month ago

excited to see BOOM's new roster!

posted 1 month ago

I'm just gonna stop yall right there let's not go further.

posted 1 month ago

They've been playing in Hong Kong servers for most of the matches. Most of the big teams in China (Suning, iG, EDG, etc.) have their own teams. Plus a Chinese player (ZmjjKK) played in the SEA Challengers 2 Finals for CBT Gaming.

posted 1 month ago

I can confirm, do not flame him.

posted 1 month ago

Besides me keeping up with matches from various regions, it's also like... my job?

posted 1 month ago

Don't like it? Why comment on it?

posted 1 month ago

Mosura is the Japanese pronunciation/name for Mothra. The "T" came from Titanus Mosura, the 'biological' name they used to identify Mothra in the Legendary Godzilla movies.

posted 1 month ago

Order woke up and chose revenge.

posted 1 month ago

This is pretty much one of the first esports subpoena in Indonesia, and first for Valorant here.

posted 1 month ago

The Order has fallen. Long live the Wildcards.

posted 1 month ago

He came in with energy and happiness. You can't dampen that from a person themselves.

posted 2 months ago

It comes with the aggressiveness that these two teams have. Both reliant on their DM skills and setting up combos and fast entries. It gets bloody quick and fast.

posted 2 months ago

Put some respect on their names! SEA is here to shake things up, baby!

posted 2 months ago

ahem

posted 2 months ago

One can give EMEA 1 slot and Japan 5 slots, and say "There are the ones that qualified, and the ones that are watching from their home/team setups. That's how it is." Why not lol.

There will be dominant and weak regions. That's the nature of esports and competition as long as the concept existed. I have hope that RIOT will learn from Reykjavik and make some changes for the next Challengers/Masters. What you said is ridiculous and you know RIOT will never let that happen. But me and you aren't RIOT.

And I'm not sure if that's your EU bias is showing, but man you've been on a roll with these comments. You're just salty that Gambit lost to Fnatic and didn't make it to Masters, didn't you?

posted 2 months ago

Just hope RIOT can learn from Reykjavik and reconfigure stuff for the next Challengers/Masters yeah?

posted 2 months ago

Reposting this for clarity.

Each team deserves their spot in Iceland. They don't make it? They'll have to do better next Challengers. Do not belittle other teams' effort and journey just because your favourite team didn't make it. If you think Gambit or any team should make it instead of KRU or any other minor teams, Then it's just the regional differences. Gambit failed to beat Fnatic? Then be it. That's the EMEA for you. You probably know how close the region is relative. KRU fought tooth and nail by beating Infinity? Then that's LATAM. A whole set of challenges and differences that each team needs to overcome.

And it's still not a reason to put down each team and change them with another just because the said team lost to the ones that eventually qualified. There are the winners and the losers. There are the ones that qualified, and the ones that are watching from their home/team setups. That's how it is.

posted 2 months ago

Just saying though, each team deserves their spot in Iceland. They don't make it? They'll have to do better next Challengers. Do not belittle other teams' effort and journey just because your favourite team didn't make it. If you think Gambit or any team should make it instead of KRU or any other minor teams, Then it's just the regional differences. Gambit failed to beat Fnatic? Then be it. That's the EMEA for you. You probably know how close the region is relative. KRU fought tooth and nail by beating Infinity? Then that's LATAM. A whole set of challenges and differences that each team needs to overcome.

And it's still not a reason to put down each team and change them with another just because the said team lost to the ones that eventually qualified. There are the winners and the losers. There are the ones that qualified, and the ones that are watching from their home/team setups. That's how it is.

posted 2 months ago

I'm sure the players have their own discipline. And hey, player cams! They're here!

posted 2 months ago

1- It's a stylistic decision. It works, and it gives a different vibe than MSI
2- It's not an alien concept; many LAN arenas have done head-to-head setups like that before
3- Probably technical issues? There are camera rigs on their PCs.

It's not a waste of space, and it differentiates them rather than being an MSI-rehash.

posted 2 months ago

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posted 2 months ago

I mean there's probably a lot more behind the scenes. Maybe the tournament did push his decision to retire. After all, the man's a veteran. Who knows if he wants to chill for now?

posted 2 months ago

Even playing field, even LAN experience for all. Wish all teams the best. Also please X10 at least upset some teams

posted 2 months ago

Congratulations X10! What a performance.

posted 2 months ago

All those words to backtrack. You can't say hope to do well yet calling them to get steamrolled!

posted 2 months ago

That aggressive DM style isn't going to save anyone there, whew. I am loving the Pirates' progression!

posted 2 months ago

It'll depend if Paper Rex can frag out of their mind. BREN looking like the cleaner team out of the two but DM-wise, this might be spicy.

posted 2 months ago

At this point, there's a possibility this might be right!

posted 2 months ago

Let it go, dude.

posted 2 months ago
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