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He is even more Finnish than Villese. I love it.Valas is just too much xD I loved his answers
I never thought we would see anyone even more Finnish than Ville xDDHe is even more Finnish than Villese. I love it.
Thanks I was looking for it. Skinny has tendency to mention things without giving a linkFor everyone who is searching for the interview now like me:
Not an exact timestamp, but the interview for aM' at least was played right at the end of Membs today's stream. So if you play 5mins from the end you should easily catch it.links/timestamps to interviews of today?
To let you know, we said to the players that we need quick/short answers, so if the players are answering them fast/short is not because they do not care or do not put effort, is because is what we asked.I liked Locke's interview, instead of very short answers he really put effort to answer in detail as much as he can and he was collaborative which means he is aware that this kind of content is important for streamers.
All of WWP's strategies involve Lyx dying in one way or another. So it kinda has to be him suggesting this. Would be rude from the others to always say: "Lyx, we decided that you will sacrifice yourself again today"I didn't realize Lyx was the master strategist!
I wonder if there is any stream delay on the main channel, or are we just trusting all the players to play fair KEKW
One thing I dont really understand / like is how the second round of matches is determined for the group stage. From what I can tell they’re based on the initial seedings within the winners/losers subsets. I feel that this gives no incentive for teams to take games in the opening matches, as a 3-2 gets you in the same spot as a 3-0. Feel free to correct me if this is incorrect however.
TMT and QNA are playing each other in the elimination matches, despite both having a higher game differential than CCN and DS.
In the end it's the same as a double elimination round right?That is right. Basically how you can also look at these groups is as two combined GSL groups the seeding and seeding inheriting ( if you beat higher seeded team you get its seed) keep the two groups together in the 2nd round, while the purpose of the larger "swiss" groups comes in play for the deciders as it avoids round 1 repeated matchups.