Splyce co-owner Marty Strenczewilk talks Overwatch viewership questions, CS:GO over-saturation and the Dota 2 scene
Splyce co-owner Marty Strenczewilk embraces the ever-changing nature of running an esports organization.
‘Chiu on This’ is a short and regular opinion blast There is now too much shit to follow. ACE’s view on things is that EHOME used fake information about a lifetime ban to scare Y and faith_bian into joining them. Their statement is here. The ex-Random players have been brought back into the fold by
‘Chiu on This’ is a short and regular opinion blast Valve has continued to remain silent on the matter (like I said, if they weren’t going to do anything about the API key and conflicts of interest, I don’t think they were going to do anything here). As it turned out, it was EHOME who
The Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games spurned League of Legends in favor of Dota 2.
‘Chiu on This’ is a short and regular opinion blast What is loyalty? It is a virtue that has been around since time memorial. A strange sort of virtue that extols trust and support regardless of circumstance. It can easily be distorted; we see it all the time with companies demanding loyalty from their employees
‘Chiu on This’ is a short and regular opinion blast The ACE lifetime ban of all the Random (ex-Wings) players comes at an interesting time. Valve in Dota 2 (and CS:GO) has always tried to put the player first for the esports scene. This is why the players — rather than the teams — get the seeds
Now that the Kiev Major has passed with OG standing triumphant, all eyes are fixed on The International 7.
Only one quarter of Western League of Legends fans actually play the game themselves, and even less do in Dota 2, according to the latest report from data analysis organization NewZoo.
‘Chiu on This’ is a short and regular opinion blast With the Wings-Random-ACE mess going on, I thought I’d write a timeline of what has been going on. Wings seemed fine until February. The team’s salary from January allegedly wasn’t paid until March 15, meaning that Wings had lost two months of salary. At the same time,
Five ex-Wings Gaming Dota 2 players, who left the team because of their disagreements with management, have apparently been banned permanently from attending any Dota 2 competition outside of Valve hosted events by ACE, the Association for Chinese Esports.