Während in LoL das Team des KIT SC White und Bremen Rolandoni erneut die Meisterschaft unter sich ausmachen, gibt es in Rocket League. Zum fünften Geburtstag zieht die DreamHack Leipzig vom bis Uniliga Winterfinals in League of Legends und Rocket League, Super. DreamHack in Leipzig: Eventprogramm, eSports-Turniere, Organisiert wurde im Jahre z.B. ein "The Rocket League"-Turnier, wo sich die.
DreamHack Leipzig 2019 – Mehr als (nur) ein eSport-FestivalZum fünften Geburtstag zieht die DreamHack Leipzig vom bis Uniliga Winterfinals in League of Legends und Rocket League, Super. DreamHack Pro Circuit: Startschuss für neue internationale Rocket-League-Turnierreihe. Rückblick domimage. feiert die DreamHack Leipzig eine. Es bleibt spannend wer sich am Ende durchsetzt und zur DreamHack nach Leipzig fahren darf. Dort wird dann im Anschluss an das League of.
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Yup really enjoyed them, something about wavepunks casting style really grates on my nerves after a few hours, nothing personal just his style is very active and revolves around calling out every individual ball touch and movement where as with these two it was much more relaxing to listen too while still discussing the major plays, shots, and saves.
I could be wrong, but pretty sure that's the reason. Oh Rogue, Rogue, Rogue. No need to push up so hard near the 0 second mark whilst leading.
Third man, whoever that was, just sit in the damn goal for goodness sake. Was going to feel sorry for whoever lost this match-up really - going all the way to Europe for not very much Rocket League.
What in the world was Insolences and Moses doing? Sizz was clearly time-wasting with the lead, and they both pushed up.
Nothing good could have come from their positioning in that situation, that is bronze-level decision-making. Absolutely terrible. It was terrible positioning and awareness but personally, although it may sound petty, as much as I hate it for sizz and moses I love watching insolences lose.
In the past it's been shown that he's behaved like an immature child from previous teammates. He cussed at klassux over steam for wanting to practice and believed that he could treat his teammates like shit because he was god tier and could go pro in csgo regardless.
I've also heard some people say he's matured I mean he is young and was even younger at the time of the incidents. Grudge aside, he has the most fucking punchable face if I have seen and you can always see the rage and salt brimming when he loses.
That drama is so old and none of the players even care anymore. It's ridiculous this gets brought up every single time insolences is mentioned. I guess for young kids 8 months seems like eternity but I'm sorry I have a hard time considering something that happened less than a year ago "so old.
And then provided another reason aside from his past immaturity as to why I made my initial comment,. So I'm sorry my post upset you but I'm sure you will be able to shrug it off and live to fight another day :P.
It's really not, and id like to know how you even associate appropriate behavior and maturity based on the length of time a game has been released.
As I said he played csgo and had a reputation prior to these issues. I'll not be wasting my time further with you as you clearly really like insolences and are upset by the negative spotlight.
No problem I was being a little facetious but I really do enjoy watching him react to a loss lol. Here's a link to one of the past events if you are still curious I can't remember what the others were and where they were linked.
Sizz killing time in the offensive zone up 1 with 10 seconds left. Moses and Insol decide to be flat D in the offensive zone.
Fucking stagger and have a more D setup with the game on the line. Much better. I'm sure you can find it if your search. I'd look for you but ya boi is mobile.
Lmao the fact that they got that sad sign saying "Defeat" hanging over the losing team is killing me. There's only been 7 upsets in 26 matches.
That's actually fairly low. On top of that, 2 of the upsets have little to no consequences 1st match of Ghost v Copenhagen and Juicy Kids v Excel since they have to rematch anyways for the spot for day 2.
It just felt that way So many games felt meh because the teams played so poorly Take NV for example they were looking like a top 6 team past week they couldn't hit a ball to save their lives today.
Also it happened 3 times already that the team that won earlier on got beaten in the rematch, which reminds me of the Lower bracket finals in RLCS where only Method has so far been able to pick themselves up.
There have been a few teams showing their potential though, dignitas, juicy kids and NRG although their opposition were very questionable tbh.
Damn that was so unfortunate for Coperhagen Flames, very nervous performance. Ghost got away with murder. I love the player cams on the sides, but would it be possible to add their names to it?
Or would that just clutter the screen. I'm not entirely sure what your question is haha, but you can think of a "seed" as a ranking for a tournament before it takes place.
Tournaments are generally seeded so that they can have the absolute best quality games during the finals. Rocket League might be a good fit for the German market.
Certain games are perfect for certain regions. During the championship the focus of the scene should always be on that championship.
With our Dreamhack festivals we want to align aside the RLCS and maybe offer something during the off-season.
What do you expect in terms of viewership? Comparing these two games is like comparing apples to oranges. Rocket League has a loyal fan base, the viewership on Twitch is growing.
You invited 4 teams, there will be lots of star players present. I would love to see a similar storyline at Dreamhack Leipzig: An underdog making a lot of noise and surprising everyone.
I love these things and the audience does as well. January 24, - And of course will never forget the FC Shogun combination.
Johhnyboi is quite a controversially person because he's always straight up with his opinions. I think that is the reason he is never asked for RLCS.
But he proved, for me, that he should be on the desk next RLCS. I really, really liked this buffer moment. Fairy Peak's insane walking mechanics.
Dignitas ViolentPanda own goal, Turbo's face is hilarious. We had unexpected plays, surprising goals and a lot of fun, after all most of them aren't pro-players, but awesome showmans.
We also had more audience than we imagined, and it shows how brazilian Rocket League's community still active and hyped with the game.
The Group A played for the final stage in 23 February. One of the highlights was Repi, he also is a pro-player and showed all his quality with solidity, as did in bigger competitions.
Thoughts on a Dreamhack B stream? I think a B stream would've been great. I mean look at how it worked out for WSOE qualifiers!
Say a match on the main stream was being shown that we weren't interested in, we could just hop over to the B stream. The size of the crowd of people that gathered behind TSM for their final games vs mCon.
Ghost keeping them or already found a new home? I don't know if you guys remember but I'm pretty sure after Leth announced they're under restricted free agency that in his twitter bio there was something about being a restricted free agent and to contact EsportROB for offers.
Well that's gone now, and it just says player for Ghost. I feel like this implies Ghost is keeping them possibly because of good results in qualifiers or they've found a new org View all Day 1 Brackets on Liquipedia.
Group A Group B. Still Rocket League. Day 2 predictions? Triple Trouble is Toxic. Forgot to post my DreamHack hype video, I hope you like it!
Hello everyone! How do Rocket League tournaments work? I've been watching a little of the current event and I've been to the bracket website a few times, but I can't make sense of how it works.
My guess for how it works is that each team is seeded at the beginning of the event. Top seed starts by playing bottom seed ex. If you win, you continue on playing the winners of the other matches.
If you lose, you continue on playing the losers of the other matches, however if you lose a second time, you are eliminated from the tournament.
Near the end of the tournament, there will be 2 teams left in the "winners" bracket and 1 team in the "losers" bracket. The two "winner" teams will play.
The winner of that match moves on to the finals. The loser plays the 1 team remaining from the "losers" bracket to determine the second team in the finals.
This is a fairly standard way of doing a "double elimination" tournament. G2 Esports. NRG Esports 1. Team Dignitas. FlipSid3 Tactics 2.
Gale Force eSports. The D00ds. Ghost Gaming. Team Secret. The Juicy Kids. London eSports. Team Expert. Turtle eSport.