The ONE Esports Singapore Major is just around the corner and it is the first Dota 2 LAN event after nearly a year ever since Covid-19 hit the globe and brought activities to a standstill. Before we begin, it is important to note that Beastcoast and Natus Vincere have withdrawn
Playing with the professional athletes is definitely a more casual and laidback gaming experience and a little bit slower of a pace. But, when you’re playing with high-tier gamers, it’s all about fast-pace, high kills and always winning.
New ideas can become a challenge after a long run like we’ve seen recently. An important part in thinking creatively is having the time to think. There are a lot of great ideas that come out of the green room, or conversations behind the scenes.
There are so many cool story-lines here. Astralis looking extremely scary again, Vitality with their 6 man roster, Furia looking dangerous and of course Na'Vi always being a force to be reckoned with.
I would break down my duties at NiP into 3 main things: figuring out new things that the team can do to improve at a tactical level, discovering the weaknesses and tendencies of every opponent we face, and developing statistics to quantify the team’s performances.
DreamHack Masters Winter EU Playoffs: Gambit, Mouz and Furia looking hot. Astralis, Cloud9 and the rest struggle!
DreamHack Masters Winter 2020 EU Groupstage has concluded with 4 teams biting the dust and the remaining 8 teams decisively moving on to the play-offs. The group-stage has been nothing less than a treat to the eyes with big names crashing out of the tournament, and the remaining teams vying
mithR: "I’m not here to teach Karrigan how to call, or Ropz how to clutch, but I know how to get them to improve individually and team wise despite that."
My aim is always growth. I believe in working with routines and a set structure that allows every player to be the best version of himself.
Elfishguy: "Diversification is a requirement for me at the moment, just to get enough work to live off .."
We caught up with Jordan "Elfishguy" Mays, Commentator from Australia, primarily seen covering the Asian CS:GO scene, for a quick chat.