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- Wolf Schröder
Since StarCraft Broodwar, it has always been tradition to give Korean champions a moment on stage with the trophy. This was usually called the "trophy kiss", and the show would end with the player(s) having the final moment. Here are those moments for APEX S1 to S4. https://t.co/LFbzdmOhjA
RT @TempoZP: The legacy of GOATS / 3-3 will be felt for a long time after the current meta passes. The overall skill level of comp OW has been forever increased because of forcing players to value positioning and cooldowns more than ever before. This levels up players even after a meta shift
Testing stream with new laptop. Do not yet have proper mic or camera, so no cam. I'm just gonna play Tetris 99 for a bit and we can chat. https://t.co/Tj0PSHEnU9
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In 2017, Flash Wolves won the Overwatch Pacific Championship and had a regular season record of 25-3. This tournament win put Taiwan on the map for competitive Overwatch. @Baconjack0227 and Blank gained notoriety in their run. Ft. @GunbaOW @ieatuupOW @xZoL_ow @Trill_ow https://t.co/DlYovLTXtK
Sideshow Overwatch https://t.co/4hS9yj0OWm
It was a tradition for the English commentators to do a pose of some sort on stage during the caster introductions during APEX Grand Finals. Here are all four-- ft @MonteCristo @ggDoA @AchiliosCasts @proxywolf https://t.co/DBHgkaz7iy
오랜만에 고기!!!!!! https://t.co/Jx8ECwNCHL
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The APEX Season 3 and 4 finals openings have received wide acclaim, but have you seen the APEX Season 2 finals opening video? The fans screaming in the background are not edited into the video but rather the live reaction during the reveal. https://t.co/02qWZvvDNm
In 2017, Soldier 76 was meta. During APEX Season 3, EnVyUs faced off against Meta Athena. Taimou (@DF_Taimou) popped his tac visor, and @Atlustv shouted "beautiful tracking"! This is one of Overwatch's oldest memes. Also featuring Taimou's reaction to rewatching on stream. https://t.co/WH46yVTwzs
It’s no doubt impressive that Vancouver are able to win this series with one Stitch tied behind their back, but I think we’re left with more questions than answers from this series. Big concerns for Vancouver fans heading into playoffs. Somewhere, Pavane and NYXL smile.
“And then the fans said 3-3 was dead and I would lose!” https://t.co/x323A730cw
Levi, coach of Shanghai Dragons is the former coach of Guard. His knowledge of the weakness of his Widow was definitely utilized in the Shanghai series previously, and now Chengdu is abusing the Seominsoo lock-in with the league’s best Pharah. Teams can’t be predictable anymore.
Stitch is the hitscan player for Vancouver. Seominsoo can play McCree, but it’s not his strong suit. Chengdu is abusing this fact with Pharah on Hollywood. No way to shut it down. Sombra isn’t going to cut it.
Haksal is the hitscan player for Vancouver. Seominsoo can play McCree, but it’s not his strong suit. Chengdu is abusing this fact with Pharah on Hollywood. No way to shut it down. Sombra isn’t going to cut it.
Knowing Birdring would not be fielded and that Guard could not contest the Widow matchup since Element Mystic always had Xzi in the position, they take a huge risk and run Widow on Illios, subbing Geguri for Youngjin. Strategic decisions like this can be game changers.
It’s time to start touting Toronto as a top all Korean roster with the other Korean greats like NYXL, Spitfire, and Vancouver. Consistency is key for an expansion tram, and I think TOR has certainly hit their stride. https://t.co/EVnl6ecnpf
RT @proxywolf: I think when most OWL fans see the starting lineup for Toronto, they see a faceless full Korean roster. That's not what I see. I see six players from different backgrounds, trials, hardship. Only Roky is a champion. These players have a rich history. https://t.co/ssH2ikJG6J
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