Heat Jett diffed Yay in Bind and played toe-to-toe in Icebox
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|Last post:||December 3, 2021 at 8:05 AM|
Heat Jett diffed Yay in Bind and played toe-to-toe in Icebox
based, just change trembolona to god tier and put gtngodyoru together
True, if we put the results, Keyd almost won against NV and CR almost won against Gambit, so they would be tier A/S
Underrated: Team Vikings and Sentinels
Overrated: Team Liquid and Team Secret
Riot needed to nerf him in Reykjavik, everyone knows his potential, if someone put him 1v30, he'll win.
NTH, PRX, AUS and TSM, but TSM going just to be the punching bag.
VK win against ACE and take revenge against NV
GMB will look kinda "weak", dropping 2 maps to VKS and CR
FS will beat VS and pass to playoffs
FUR win against SEN and goes toe-to-toe against TL
SEN and TL will play a elimination match in lower finals, SEN loses in triple OT on map 3
Mwzera lives up to the hype beyond him, leading the stats together with heat
The semis will be between a NA team, BR team, KR team and EMEA team, finals KR vs EMEA
Can be top 3:
Vision Strikers (KR)
Team Liquid (EMEA)
Outside the "top dogs":
Vivo Keyd (BR)
Full Sense (SEA)
KRÜ Esports (LATAM)
In the Upcomer article, they said that this animation has been produced even before First Strike, hence the lack of "narratives" in the animation, unlike LoL that there are already several. For a first song, I thought it was good.
Vivo Keyd Stars:
Yeah, I believe in magic
I think most of the people believes that, if some upset happens, it'll be with BR or LATAM teams winning against the favorites.
yeah, NA it's like "hybrid styles", not too aggro as Brazil and not so tactician as EMEA/KR
I think that it's easier to VK win against Acend than X10 win against Envy. Here's my trust vote, but it'll be hard.
I'll say the same when Envy x VK happened, heat will Jett diff cNed.
He said he will be the team's flex player, leaning more towards initiator than duelist. However, he also said that if the opportunity to play with duelists appears, he will play.
1- Furia playing toe-to-toe against Sentinels
2- Fnatic will be eliminated
3- VK will win against Envy in their rematch with Mw on Raze
4- VKS make it to playoffs
5- Gtn will play only Jett on Champions
My heart: 2-0 Furia
My brain: 2-0 SEN
I believe in magic
GTN will one trick Jett (you see here first)
heat and mw against cNed, time to see again heat against another Jett god.
I would put NV/VS/TL in same position as GMB/SEN
Switch KEYD with VKS
Technically it is our only hope, since teams outside FURIA, Vivo Keyd, Team Vikings, Sharks, Havan Liberty and MAYBE Gamelanders cannot pay high salaries, we need foreign orgs to make up for this lack of structure in our country. As it was in R6, we need foreign investment for our players to shine, and as someone who watches the scenario well here, I can tell you that there is not much difference between the scenario of R6 and Valorant, maybe just the experience in LAN.
GTN's Yoru >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> any CN player
PaperRex, NTH and Australs
they said he's a sentinel but with agressive playstyle, maybe something between initiator and sentinel
Maybe they'll end up failing at the beginning as we did, as we've already had two internationals and one of our teams managed to adapt the Brazilian style of play to the foreign (Vivo Keyd), they haven't had this opportunity yet so maybe they'll start a little back, I imagine.
Okay, so that means China = Brazil
slow down bud, we haven't seem them playing yet
Best: Não Temos um Plano (We Don't Have a Plan) and 4 Duelistas e 1 Baiter (4 Duelists and 1 Baiter)
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk BORA GETECOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THE BEST YORU
yeah, I litteraly just put in liquipedia order lmao, just for the content
rn I can't really say (except for Gambit/Envy/VS) who are the strongest teams coming to Berlin, I just looked in liquipedia and randomized NA/EMEA/VS, while putting every other region in order lol
imo there's no weak region rn, everyone's really close, but for the content
2- Team Liquid
4- Vision Strikers
9- Vivo Keyd
11- Team Vikings
12- Crazy Raccoons
13- Full Sense
15- Team Secret
16- non existent (for now)
True XD, we didn't perform really well in the last 2 LANs, just VK performed well against Envy and that's it.
1) So, the thing is that it incorporates this movement along with the other existing ones in the game. His counter-strafe being fast is not the only feature, but his ability to adapt it to other movement styles in the game and also shooting styles. An example: in a 1v1 against any other professional player, most of them have the habit of giving slow counter-strafe and also squatting while spraying, Mwzera besides using the fastest counter-strafe, he fires while "walking", squats during combat and shoots using spray, often he just doesn't do a full counter-strafe (left-right), but pauses the agent and continues in the same direction, while randomizing his movement and shooting as he moves. That's the "style" he implemented here.
2) All players here can do this, but no one has mastered how Mwzera did. I'll use Heat as an example, he is one of the few in Brazil that doesn't completely use the "duar bala", but only in direct confrontations and medium-long distance, besides his counter-strafe is not fast like Mw's. Sacy also tried to adapt but couldn't, many here try to fit his style, but nobody mastered like him.
3) His team (Gamelanders Blue) has a serious problem with adaptation and tactics. In 2020, they completely dominated the scene and won virtually every tournament they competed in, but in 2021 several orgs decided to invest in creating "superteams" that can knock Gamelanders Blue off the "throne", that's how Furia, Team Vikings and a few other teams came about. When the year turned, many teams started to implement a more tactical style, abusing the utilities to "stop" the aggressive advance of Gamelanders, an example was the introduction of the Viper-Astra meta in the qualifiers for Iceland, where the more tactical teams (Vikings and Sharks) were able to completely stop their advance with the two agents, who were in the meta at the time. This continued throughout the year, with Gamelanders trying to find a comfort zone in the new meta, but never reaching 100% as in 2020. This was reflected in the results, so both Mwzera and Gamelanders themselves did not compete internationally yet.
If you watch some clips of him or watch competitive matches/lives, you will understand why he is hyped so much. The main reason is for his aim and movement, in Brazil, he mastered a type of movement and shooting that we call "duar bala" (which means two bullets), he abuses the physics of the game to keep walking using the A and D and firing two bullets in the time interval in which the agent "stops" to change direction, so in the opponent's sights he is never stopped, and even so he is shooting at their heads. The second reason would be his skill with duelists, he was not portrayed in Valorant's First Class as the "Showstopper" for nothing, in the opinion of many he must be the best Raze rifler in the world (apart from Bunny with Raze + Judge) , that's why you must have seen many questioning the reason for putting him as Skye instead of a duelist, because as some Brazilians said here on the forum, Mwzera is a player that stands out amidst the chaos, which is precisely the Brazilian style: madness amidst gunfire and explosions. His problem is that he can be very "dumb" at times, this is a problem that puts many on a back foot in relation to his performance internationally. The players who left here said that 1v1 is much easier against TenZ than against Mwzera (precisely because of his movement), but TenZ is a MUCH smarter and experienced player in high level competition than Mwzera, consequently being smarter and at times more impactful.
TL;DR: Mwzera has a movement that no one in the world has shown yet (abusing the game's physics), introduced a shooting meta in Brazil that many had to adapt to be able to face him and even so most can't get 1v1 against him, His Raze/Reyna must be one of the best in the world.
Coldzera started (even TenZ had his nickname as TenZera, but he changed to TenZ)
The owner from VK (Edu Kim)he said he would spend as much as needed on Valorant's team to do well in Champions, as he spent 10 years in the League of Legends trying to make it to the Worlds (including Keyd was the first team in the WORLD to bringing Koreans to the team) and never having gone. He has built several superteams in other games, Valorant would be no different, especially now that he classified.