|Registered:||June 16, 2022|
|Last post:||August 18, 2022 at 3:49 AM|
m3c. im still salty emea only has 3 slots. it would have been like last champs except its fpx not acend. surely we can have more than 16 teams, apac should also have more, nth would be cool.
idc who but if an lcq team chooses pearl, mad respect.
this feels like the group of death lol. would have been cool to spread these teams as they seem to have similar styles.
nice line up! a little sad no conky and komodo, they were amazing in apac. also the date is aug 31 - sep 18 but where are the ticket details, that stuff should be done at least more than a month prior.
he has lineups lol. playstyle is different. also not having lineups in this game isn’t a compliment.
just support all teams lol, not my fave but looking forward to lev because last masters they have some of the most memorable games.
actually cool, imagine they go apac and finally drx has better competition.
yea it was a risk but the team already played breeze (their map pick) and lost the map to liquid in upper finals, chronicle didn’t have much impact as jett that time, and with the chamber meta and map like breeze it feels like such change is a very good idea on paper. unfortunately it didnt work out due to different factors but that’s much better than not changing anything. if their idea worked everybody would be praising them for it tbh. in the end, nt.
probably acquired a team but maybe not prx.
yeah so many unfortunate circumstances that are out of their control for this year, obviously the political stuff and org stuff. thought it was getting good during copenhagen qualifiers since they did bootcamp, only to lose the support of the org on the most crucial time that is lcq. consistently came close, even competing teams are rooting for them because they acknowledge how good they are. hope they can get acquired as a team rather than individually.
didnt they have an academy team? or also dropped?
well if they wanted to make it diverse i expect also double the franchise spots for asia and americas. last i heard only 10 each for 3 regions.
read again. i have no problems with the number of slots americas and asia have in champions. only emea.
i would have given one more for asia because it’s big and there is clear participation of SEA countries, but 3 for emea is just why the heck
actually true, like in franchising regions are separated as asia, americas and emea, but if we look at champions slots, americas - 7, asia - 6, emea - 3 💀 at least make it 4 bruuuh like it doesnt matter if other regions have more slots, just 3 is too few.
actually true, like in franchising regions are separated as asia, americas and emea, but if we look at champions slots, americas - 7, asia - 6, emea - 3 💀
fair point but where is the media training? i want him to do well but that tweet only backfired on him kinda.
not underrated, lots of nicknames for him for being so good, especially today he showed up big time, just not enough for the team.
l1nk has nothing but support to liquid, even in streams and interviews he never said or hinted anything bad about them.
respect for m3c, they did well throughout the year but just always so so so close. i really like liquid but with m3c being free agents there is more at stake for them. gl and support both teams!
sadge for m3c but both teams very much deserved to go. 3 slots not enough for emea. liquid lcq back to back wow.
i love eu casters the most but spanish and japanese casters are so hype it’s fun once in a while though i have no idea what theyre saying.
oh looks like emea production then since vrl is the same
just saw that tl ban fracture. so no advantage of 2 map bans for upper bracket finalist like in masters? what did other regions do in their finals? i remember vrl finals also do not have map ban advantage.
i dont think so? why would anyone choose phoenix prebuff?
^this and if they win this and prove themselves on champs, more likely the whole team gets signed rather than individual
the guard getting that emea buff lmao. but the players themselves are hardworking and seem to have good work ethic, glad to see them get their confidence back.
both teams absolutely deserved, sadge emea only has 3 slots. really had to nerf after what happened last champs lmao. tho m3c winning increases their chance to be acquired as a team rather than individually. but tl worked really hard after all the issues they had. both teams are just likeable.
didnt even know valorantesports3 exist before this, yeah it’s weird especially when na viewership is carried by tarik
i really didnt expect much from g2 this stage but individually i think they all proved themselves, if they don’t continue as a team it’s not unlikely theyd get picked up.
ngl after getting stomped by oglu, this was a good showing for them. honestly wasn’t expecting them to have a deep run.
i take it back, the resilience of liquid wow. also respect g2, incredible run. but still the schedule effed both teams.
map 3 still going on.
this is iceland qualifiers again
it’s the mental boom. winner of oglu/g2 will be on a winning momentum vs liquid who lost a very close game going to finals. recent apac and ea lcq where onic and ons had to play 2 match consecutive and winning in both.