go wizards, show some good strats :D
So fucking big delay was on faceit...
very nice h2k....
olofm shouldn't be allowed to play as a stand in because LGB already got invited to the League. Then people will bring in f0rest in the future just to win, it's not fair at all.
Wizards looks strong, even at middle night after many hours, and nice strats
See them and wish good in future
Wizardz = too strong today agains all the opponents, at one point even felt liek they could beat any team out there on this particular day today, tis just everything works out the way they want :)
smart and amazing game, nice strats. WIZARDS!
well done wizards!
deserve this qualifer
loWel has stepped his game to another level , well deserved wizards !
wizards played well today. props.
Looking forward to see them on a international event. 2 years of CSGO and none of these players have been outside Spain.
congrats wiz! I hope this is the step to start seeing them on LANS, gl in spring league grabbing this 20k
please stop the online bullshit. MusambaN1 and Flipin have been on LAN tournaments on the 5 continents since the year 2004. Spanish teams have always been shit online (by the time Sweden had 100 mbit/s connections we still had 3MB and 70 ping on spanish servers), and mostly on LAN 2, but there have been some moments where those teams performed way above their internet results. Musamban1 has been also considered a 1.6 international star, like other players as foxj from portugal, a guy known by everyone to be a great player. Only that Musa has played ten times the lans he has, and with much better results. If you check his awards, you'll see that he has gotten great results in ten times more LAN events than 70% of the actual "pro" scene, if you count those as the top8 from EMS one.
The problem is that nowadays no spanish org can afford to send a team to an international event, less even if it's CS:GO where the spanish scene is minuscule. It also doesn't help that most of the pro or semipro players have adjusted themselves and they are not willing to go anywhere if it means a cost for them or if there's no real chance of winning anything. Back in time people would pay their LANs with their own money, today that's impossible.