Well, I've been playing cs for more than 2 years now.I know I've not been in the scene for much long, but I think everyone has the right to have his own point of view.I was also one of the admins in the WCG Pakistan at expo so I know how these things work.
IGC, was expected to be a decent event by gamers but unfortunately it wasn't, but the question is that should we blaim Indian gamers for that? I dont think so!
I saw people blaming indians in several threads, but i dont think that its their fault that some crapy organization hosted IGC.I've been following their events for half a year now and believe me or not in past one year they have hosted some decent events.
Indian gamers at IGC also suffered ..
As for M5, I know they lost alot.I respect them and the protest against WTF events but i disagree with this ..
"Now I ask all E-Sport Community Listen to Me. Please dont attent to any events in India"
Why i wrote this?Because no one believes an indian defending himself, but a Pakistani defending Indian gamers, thats rare and i am proud to defend them in gaming as i only see this platform in which we unite.
I know my english is not good enough but i think i made my point..
In the end i am leaving you guys with some Pictures of different events in India.
I have a dream that one day Pakistanis, Indians, Bangladeshis, Sri Lankans and Nepali's can all play Counter-Strike 1.6 together in one server with peace and harmony as a strong and united community and prove to the world that one single game can re-unite a group of nations whilst putting aside all political differences and conflicts.
-Martin Luther kh4N.
Something like Asia Cup for Cricket same thing should be organized. But, each country will represent their 3 Best teams. Of course qualifiers will be held in their own countries, and it might be a good chance to show skills and talent for gamers. Hope something like this turns out in the future.
When OrangeEsports didnt seem to have lot of problem, IDK why M5 is whining a LOT. I know OrangeEsports are being too optimistic. But in a way, they are showing "Professionalism". Unlike Dima, who is being very ignorant and says - "Now I ask all E-Sport Community Listen to Me. Please dont attent to any events in India".
It's sad that it had to happen to them. But still.
"Orange Esports then decided to step in. Mr. Mukesh agreed for us to help the DotA Admin Mr. Anup to run the tournament."
when organizers are having so much trouble that they cant run their own tournament and have to have gamers come up and HELP them JUST to make sure the tourney was able to finish, it shows that they were very unprepared and disorganized.
after 2months of hyping up IGC the LEAST they could do is make sure everything was setup in time.
+1 so its true, Pakis and Indians don't really hate each other,its just the politics doing all this shit. ! Should have never separated the countries, Jinnah or Gandhi or Britishers whoever responsible bad move ! :x If its one country, NO kashmir war lol :/
part 1 is in english...all 4 other part's are not. I don't think it's fair to IGC to simply allow the community to assume people's stories based on 1 person's story (since it was the only story most could understand).
well done for your constructive thinking on how to defend a motion...nicely done. This may or may not prove anything,but atleast u know the right way of going about it rather than fighting like ignorant kids.
Steam is free for everyone. Counterstrike on the other hand isn't. Costs around 10E ? Not sure.
I guess the easiest way is via www.steampowered.com
You need a paypal account or a credit card and within minutes you'll be downloading the game.
Another option is a local games store of yours. There is no difference between the Retail & Download version of the game. I guess the boxed version is kinda rare to find.