LOL yeah no one cared about CGS. That's why it's still the only CS competition that has been broadcasted on TV and did some great viewers' results.
Source had less competition than 1.6, but it still got the best of all of 'em. 2 editions of a 500K$ TV broadcasted competition, plus local qualifications everywhere in the world, something every 1.6er had dreamt of. Deal with it.
Funny how you always try to lie to make 1.6 look better than it actually does. Must be really frustated
I think the exact opposite. If CGS didn't pick up source, competitive css would have never existed (the game sucked balls back then, and it was only played by casual players). It brought so many top players/organisations into css, who weren't really interested in source at the begining and who switched because of theCGS and then stayed because they were used to the game.
yeah, that's one event. the second highest in viewers was ESWC with 45k(?). IEM isn't even close to being the biggest tournament in SC2. it's also very arguable whether or not all of those 75k tuned in for 1.6, but let's not get into that discussion for the 100th time on this site.
what does that have to do with anything? you go around spouting unrelated garbage in every thread or what? Everyone knows MOBA games have atrocious communities. What the fuck does that have to do with this?
I'm apart of the sc2 scene and this.is.incorrect. the sc2 scene is incredibly professional and mannered. They are by far my favorite community to be apart of. Which I could never say about any other game.
okay, wrong vod... i see... must be one of them after this, sorry. troubley was comod after asmo left teamspeak... the question about a possible future mtw-lineup came from the community and, yeah, troubley played praccs with them and said that the uk-people from ex-mouz.uk will join them.
but that seems a bit odd in my opinion. i mean mTw is without a full line-up for quite a long time and they might have practiced with a lot of other players so far, who says they don't have completed their line-up already? especially when mouz.uk got only released a week ago or so.. and then why should rattlesnk and mx leave their team when it oviously has so much potential, looking for another org would make much more sense actually.
"certain individuals", do you see a whole army of swords from admins from both sides ready to charge at each other? HLTV is a collective, not an individual. To say that HLTV is flaming at another site or vice versa, then everyone would be involved. No one is "representing" HLTV if they posted something on twitter and I highly doubt Richard is representing Cadred if he talks about his own opinion.
Yes there is just Richard against hltv.org and here are some users against Richard. I just hate their web design. I have to reconsider 5 times that piece of information isn't anywhere else before forcing myself going there.