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Moscow Five Changes the Face of League Play

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FreeK

Senior Member

03-28-2012

Is it just me, or does this sound entirely out of place on the announcements? If you're going to talk about individual lives of players, it seems better fit on a fansite than on an official forum.


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curiel

Senior Member

03-28-2012

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AlienFromBeyond:
So basically you're pointing out how LoL professionals are just now starting to treat the game as SC2 pros for a year and half (ignoring SC:BW)? LoL esports is such a joke.

ya and it didn't take them 10 years to start getting serious like it took for star craft


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The Toad

Senior Member

03-28-2012

League of legends ain't no place for casual gamers. This is serious ****.


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insertaghere

Member

03-28-2012

You guys rock!


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Minahs Day

Senior Member

03-28-2012

spelled Nhat Nguyen wrong, derp....

reading the first page, no one noticed?


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Pork chop

Senior Member

03-28-2012

Quote:
Average Gatsby:

One of the most heavily affected by this revelation is Team Epik, which has witnessed a recent exodus in members following the Hannover tournament. Epik first emerged shortly before the NA Regionals back in Season One and immediately made an impact. Founder and leader Dan Dinh led his crew Dyrus, Doublelift, Salce, and Westrice to a second-place finish in the Season One Regionals. That earned them a spot in the Season One Championship, where they placed a respectable fourth. While Doublelift left shortly thereafter for Team Curse (replaced by Nhat Nguyen), the remaining players formed a consistent core upon which Epik could build.


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Galleon27

Junior Member

03-28-2012

Doublelift was replaced by Puregoldenboy after he left Epik.


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Reverend Zeratul

Senior Member

03-28-2012

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AlienFromBeyond:
So basically you're pointing out how LoL professionals are just now starting to treat the game as SC2 pros for a year and half (ignoring SC:BW)?.

^


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Asaryu Sinon

Senior Member

03-28-2012

Title post about M5. Talks about Team EG, TSM, CLG and Fnatic. Uses picture of SK Gaming. Seems odd =P


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Arctic Bro

Member

03-28-2012

Yeah Moscow! Your neighbours are cheering you on!