Avoid strength, target weakness, using soO and Rogue as examples
In Group B of BlizzCon over the weekend, we had a group with soO, Rogue, Neeb, and Nerchio. For now I will focus on three particular matchups: Rogue vs Neeb round 1, soO vs Neeb, and Rogue vs Neeb round 2.
Rogue’s run to Blizzcon
Every year, the final months before BlizzCon transform into a desperate race for qualifying points.
TaeJa, soO and Neeb
This is just a thought experiment. For various reasons, I don’t have Neeb as the GOAT foreigner in StarCraft 2. If you want to see the criteria I use, here it is.
One more night: a Jaedong story
ESPN reported last month what many suspected, but most willingly refused to accept: Lee “Jaedong” Jae Dong was running out of time.
A Choya-Runner story
For those who haven’t, you should read this Runner interview from Andrew.
Alma Mater: a Leenock Retrospective
Lee “Leenock” Dong-Nyoung announced his retirement Sept. 14 following the GSL Super Tournament. It was to be his last StarCraft 2 run before entering military service, one last hurrah before it all came to an end.
Faker, Bengi, Wolf and Smeb highlight nominations for esports Hall of Fame in Korea
South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism and the Korea Creative Content Agency announced Thursday the esports Hall of Fame ceremony will be held in November, and six players will be honored.
Level of Dota 2 at TI7 among the lowest all year
In a blog post, 7ckingmad says that at TI7 you had 15 teams choking and three teams playing good Dota.
You can enjoy things that aren’t the best
I’ve seen this thought process take place every once in a while.
The IdrA archetype: How conquering oneself is the key to success
The year was 2011. Twitch was still a niche company and streaming was a niche idea