Während in LoL das Team des KIT SC White und Bremen Rolandoni erneut die Meisterschaft unter sich ausmachen, gibt es in Rocket League. Wir haben für nie ein Rocket League Major angekündigt. Wir planen für nicht mit Rocket League auf der DreamHack Leipzig. /D. LAN, Rocket League und junge Gäste. „Das Gaming-Festival“, nennt sich die DreamHack Leipzig inzwischen selbst, doch ganz so universell.
DreamHack Pro Circuit: Startschuss für neue internationale Rocket-League-TurnierreiheWir haben für nie ein Rocket League Major angekündigt. Wir planen für nicht mit Rocket League auf der DreamHack Leipzig. /D. DreamHack Pro Circuit: Startschuss für neue internationale Rocket-League-Turnierreihe. Rückblick domimage. feiert die DreamHack Leipzig eine. Während in LoL das Team des KIT SC White und Bremen Rolandoni erneut die Meisterschaft unter sich ausmachen, gibt es in Rocket League.
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NA Qualifier. PSG eSports. Third man, whoever that was, just sit in the damn goal for goodness sake. Was going to feel sorry for whoever lost this match-up really - going all the way to Europe for not very much Rocket League.
What in the world was Insolences and Moses doing? Sizz was clearly time-wasting with the lead, and they both pushed up.
Nothing good could have come from their positioning in that situation, that is bronze-level decision-making.
Absolutely terrible. It was terrible positioning and awareness but personally, although it may sound petty, as much as I hate it for sizz and moses I love watching insolences lose.
In the past it's been shown that he's behaved like an immature child from previous teammates. He cussed at klassux over steam for wanting to practice and believed that he could treat his teammates like shit because he was god tier and could go pro in csgo regardless.
I've also heard some people say he's matured I mean he is young and was even younger at the time of the incidents.
Grudge aside, he has the most fucking punchable face if I have seen and you can always see the rage and salt brimming when he loses.
That drama is so old and none of the players even care anymore. It's ridiculous this gets brought up every single time insolences is mentioned.
I guess for young kids 8 months seems like eternity but I'm sorry I have a hard time considering something that happened less than a year ago "so old.
And then provided another reason aside from his past immaturity as to why I made my initial comment,. So I'm sorry my post upset you but I'm sure you will be able to shrug it off and live to fight another day :P.
It's really not, and id like to know how you even associate appropriate behavior and maturity based on the length of time a game has been released.
As I said he played csgo and had a reputation prior to these issues. I'll not be wasting my time further with you as you clearly really like insolences and are upset by the negative spotlight.
No problem I was being a little facetious but I really do enjoy watching him react to a loss lol. Here's a link to one of the past events if you are still curious I can't remember what the others were and where they were linked.
Sizz killing time in the offensive zone up 1 with 10 seconds left. Moses and Insol decide to be flat D in the offensive zone.
Fucking stagger and have a more D setup with the game on the line. Much better. I'm sure you can find it if your search.
I'd look for you but ya boi is mobile. Lmao the fact that they got that sad sign saying "Defeat" hanging over the losing team is killing me.
There's only been 7 upsets in 26 matches. That's actually fairly low. On top of that, 2 of the upsets have little to no consequences 1st match of Ghost v Copenhagen and Juicy Kids v Excel since they have to rematch anyways for the spot for day 2.
It just felt that way So many games felt meh because the teams played so poorly Take NV for example they were looking like a top 6 team past week they couldn't hit a ball to save their lives today.
Also it happened 3 times already that the team that won earlier on got beaten in the rematch, which reminds me of the Lower bracket finals in RLCS where only Method has so far been able to pick themselves up.
There have been a few teams showing their potential though, dignitas, juicy kids and NRG although their opposition were very questionable tbh.
Damn that was so unfortunate for Coperhagen Flames, very nervous performance. Ghost got away with murder. I love the player cams on the sides, but would it be possible to add their names to it?
Or would that just clutter the screen. I'm not entirely sure what your question is haha, but you can think of a "seed" as a ranking for a tournament before it takes place.
Tournaments are generally seeded so that they can have the absolute best quality games during the finals. Since they are the 2 highest seeds, they are were expected to make it to the grand finals against each other on day 3.
Gratz to Chicago Zol and Turtle. I'm so happy for Trutle I'm glad he's back to the scene with such solid teammates and they seem to be developing chemistry.
I don't understand what was going on with Rizzo that series. And it would probably increase the speed of my 45 degree flicks as well.
It looks like DH is serious about RL. Love it. Jorby has improved like crazy over the last year. Amazing play by play commentator now.
JamesBot is super solid. I'm always happy with his casting. Pro analysts for RL. It's crazy that Johnny was not picked up sooner.
Well done. Adapting on the fly. Tech problems in the first match were addressed quickly. Player cam angles were fixed for the 2nd match.
Tournament depth. Stacked lineup of players. So many great teams. Clearly, AyyJay's goal explosion is too OP during match 1.
Servers cannot cope! Good: Lighting on the players. It worked really well during the game. Sometimes player cams stand out too much and darker lighting worked here.
Post-game it was kinda sleepy looking. Desk lineup. Gibbs is the man. I hope he wants to do this for years to come. Achieves is solid on analysis, very likeable, his banter is bumbly.
It seems like Dread is new in the RL talent pool. Did fine. Good choices. The stage. Really like it. Looks nice. Not good: Director cam options during the stream.
Amateurish to leave those on. Ask one of the casters or something about fixing it. They'll know.
Intro video was fine. Nothing hype about it. When did you decide to go for Rocket League and how much planning was necessary to put this specific tournament together?
For the past years we have mainly focussed on Starcraft and CS:GO, but we figured that we should spread out and support even more Games. They deserve the attention of the community.
We saw good traction with Rocket League and we already have good relations with Psyonix. During Dreamhack Summer in Jönköping we saw the potential with the community, so when we thought about bringing Rocket League to Dreamhack Leipzig, Psyonix was psyched about it.
So far we have only had good responses to that decision. As mentioned, the announcement of the tournament was only made in December.
How did you manage to still get so many top teams, such as G2 or GaleForce, to come to that event?
Psyonix made a good effort. We told them as early as possible and made them aware long before the official announcement, of course.
So, we were as upfront as possible and I assume that the top level of the scene knew before.