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Will CS become more structured?
Ukraine mattiaBinotto 
Title. After the purchase of both faceit and ESL by the Saudi Investors, I think CS Pro scene will become structured. This article suggests that they will support new regions, encourage EPL teams to start academies and scouting, bring NA back to life. Personally, I think it is good. Yes, monopoly and stuff, but Matchfixing is likely to be gone after such changes. New Talents won't be stuck at tier 4 forever, they will have the chance to show themselves to big teams, so match fixing is likely to be eliminated as a result of this. With this monopoly incoming, I think esports will become somewhat of an EPL or NBA/NFL/NHL, with academies, drafts, scouting, etc. thoughts?
2022-01-25 08:54
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2022-01-25 08:54
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I was talking about tier 1. Tier 2-3 will just become a Championship, where teams can enter tier 1
2022-01-25 08:55
2022-01-25 08:55
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Romania wadd
Dubai Major 2022
2022-01-25 08:55
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Jeddah Major, the venue will only be finished 3 hours before matches start
2022-01-25 08:57
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2022-01-25 08:57
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Ahaha, I know you get the joke Nice name lmao
2022-01-25 09:01
Matchfixing will still happen. It was happening in a recent season esea premier na (yeah people got banned but it won't stop people from attempting to matchfix)
2022-01-25 08:56
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It will happen, for some time, but when these pros retire, new talent won't join the ranks of matchfixing. They will be in academy teams, not in 5 day stacks
2022-01-25 08:57
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As long as there's money on the line, people will matchfix, or at least attempt to
2022-01-25 08:58
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true, but if someone is in academy of let's say navi, or he is scouted by navi, would he really attempt matchfixing? To risk his career?
2022-01-25 08:59
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You underestimate the shortsightedness of 16-19yr olds
2022-01-25 09:00
I wasn't on about academies, I was on about the part where you said "they will have the chance to show themselves to big teams, so match fixing is likely to be eliminated as a result of this." Yes, allowing these new talents to come up through academy teams will work wonders for them, but there will be a lot of pros in the future that don't start through an academy team, even if they are extremely widely available. A huge thing is that a lot of young players want to be in teams of their own language, especially those who will come up through the academy ranks.
2022-01-25 09:02
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yeah, fair enough. but look, if it helps at least 5 players to get to the pro scene, and puts others relatively close to it, I think it is a W
2022-01-25 09:03
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Yeah I agree. I reckon the competition in like 2-3 years will be better than ever if there continues to be successful academy teams.
2022-01-25 09:04
Until someone's academy team tosses one and the org gets hella backlash, then that org and maybe more decides they're done with having an academy team for a while
2022-01-25 08:59
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academies are meant to take the best talent to tier 1, or at least close to it. If someone doesn't act like a tier 1 player, or breaks the rules, I don't see a problem in this
2022-01-25 09:00
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Well it's not so much what happens to the players that throw as it is what happens to a team where players do stupid shit while being a part of their org. Remember what happened to the Titan org? They were still dealing with the consequences of one of their players cheating like 3 years on from the actual incident.
2022-01-25 09:04
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yeah, same happens in football or eggball, when academy players or substitute players do stupid shit.
2022-01-25 09:06
why are people so on the fence about the Saudi money? Sure, it is oil and slave money, but the pro scene is literally built on booking money.
2022-01-25 09:14
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