HGC Mid Season Brawl - Playoffs. HGC Mid Season Brawl Upper Bracket. WB Halbfinale. Südkorea / South Korea MVP Black Europa / Europe Dignitas 1. Folge 36, Arena eSports: Overwatch Contenders, HGC Mid-Season Brawl, Fortnite. 83 views83 views. • Jun 26, Like Dislike Share Save. The HGC Mid-Season Brawl came to its stunning conclusion at DreamHack Summer Join us as we take a closer look at the action and some behind the.
HGC Mid-Season Brawl – Part 2G dominierten beim Mid-Season Brawl den Wettbewerb und blieben bis zum Finale ungeschlagen, in dem sie sich den Gewinnern des HGC. HGC Mid Season Brawl – Jönköping. LAN // – Juni ▻ 1. Gruppenphase alle Spiele im Bo2 und jeder gegen jeden ▻ Platz 1 und 2 qualifizieren. The HGC Mid-Season Brawl came to its stunning conclusion at DreamHack Summer Join us as we take a closer look at the action and some behind the.
Hgc Midseason Brawl Fnatic mit Heimspiel in Schweden Video[FR] HGC Mid Season Brawl - Phases Finales - Jour 3
Hgc Midseason Brawl soll aber Hgc Midseason Brawl kein PlГdoyer gegen KГstenschutz sein. - Heroes of the Storm: HGC Mid-Season Brawl: Gen.G gewinnt das FinaleZwei fette Tanks mit ordentlich Waveclear, Selfsustain UND eierlegendwollmilchsaumässiger CC natürlich obendrauf.
Das europäische Finale. Der Finalgegner der Schweden sollte der britisch-französische Mix von Team Dignitas sein. Diese hatten im Turnierverlauf im Halbfinale und im Lower-Bracket-Finale die stärksten südkoreanischen Teams geschlagen.
Im Winner-Bracket-Finale verlor Dignitas mit und das Finale sollte ähnlich knapp werden. I heard the crowd shout multiple times for no apparent reason.
I'm not sure, I haven't been to any Dreamhack much less Sweden so I'm not sure what other stages are nearby. If someone ever show me a [[Final Cut]] with more value, I literraly cut my two testicules and throw them on a shore.
During the cursed tower game, KyoCha cleared the top camp with Dehaka, but didn't cap it and let it eventually reset? Maybe a misplay, I just don't understand why he didn't capture a camp he cleared.
No, I'm pretty he stopped killing it to reset it because he wasn't sure if he would get it before Dig showed up. I get the same vibe from watching the clip.
He sees Blaze showing in the minion wave but isn't sure if the rest of Dig is behind him Stukov and Genji are both out of vision rotating from bot to mid during this, though he did have vision on Varian and Li-Ming at bot shortly beforehand.
Now, I'm not sure a Stukov and Genji that early have enough kill pressure on him, but no point in dying needlessly over sappers that early I'm imagining KyoCha was thinking.
Dig's performance was probably helped by the fact that they went into this series with 0 expectations, I think most people expected ez for GenG I know I did, went to take a nap at the start and was surprised to see the series still going when I woke up , so they were able to just focus on the game and jump on any opportunity to clinch out wins.
But by the last game, when it was looking like they might actually win, the pressure was starting to get to them as they made some really bad calls feeding into the boss pit, not engaging at top temple.
And of course the execution by GenG was just phenomenal, while the game looked close, they were really in control the whole time, managing to out-teamfight and outmacro Dig throughout the game despite the double global.
Definitely a well-deserved win. Don't really agree with this. Both Dig and Gen. G acknowledged that the games in the upper bracket were close and despite 'ing them thought that Dig was strong enough against them.
Both Gen. G and Dig saw the latter as contenders for the title. Dignitas came with the expectation to win this. Rich also said in earlier interviews that they expect Dignitas in the finals and wouldn't underestimate them.
They respect Dignitas' strength, and Dignitas weren't understating themselves. I dont think so. Even though they lost before, they had the upper hand in a few games but failed to finish them.
They knew they could beat them from the start, I dont believe they had 0 expectations. Well, MSB did it again, pulled off an amazing storyline like last year's MSB and brought us to an insane 7 gamegrandfinals with the last map being the same as last's year and showcasing the 2 antagonistic style of comps that make up HotS, Double Reset Micro focused and Double Global Macro focused , KR vs EU, Gods vs Slayers.
GGs to both teams for the best series of HotS I've ever seen. Was rooting hard for Dignitas but the gameplay by both sides was absolutely stellar.
I'm FLOORED by what I just watched. Bravo to everyone for the amazing tournament. Never watched much Heroes before, but this tournament was really entertaining.
Great casters, good production, really solid games. Props to everyone involved. Before I considered Tempest vs MVP Black final during MSB as the best series ever.
This one finally topped it. That tournament had some great games. Even the Estar vs MVP black semifinal was great; Estar almost had MVP black but got greedy over bottom left camp and then the turnaround started.
It would have been a different final had Estar not made that error. GenG really looks like a good group of guys just having fun, and showing clasa respecting the team they beat.
Deserved champion but feel bad for DIG they were incredible. I don't think people dislike Korea. I think they just like to root for the perceived underdog.
I for one could not be happier with Gen. G winning that. It literally was 1 final cut feom goimg the other way. You could see in their faces how much it meant to them, and it well should, because Dignitas made them dig very, very deep for that.
They played their hearts out, and it was just barely enough. As a fan, that's all I ask for. For me esports is all about the personalities.
Its about the players I'm interested in and fond of. I'm sure Korea has great people too, but when they don't speak English its hard to connect with them.
Trust me Rich has personality. Check his games on EU ladder and interaction with team it is actually hilarious. I think the language barrier is the problem.
I don't have an issue watching Korean streams in a language I don't understand and I have a much better connection with Rich and his teammates from that.
He's just always so goofy and having fun on his stream, while dominating most games. I never see him get annoyed or upset and often see him mess around a bit without ever crossing the line to trolling.
Maybe if more people watched him stream, they'd have an idea of his personality despite the language barrier. Blizzard should do more HGC One features like they did for MVP Black, especially for BLX and Tempest who have been around forever and probably even Blossom who've went from Open division to legitimately competing with the top 3 KR.
That really helped to connect to the MVP Black now Gen G players and circumvent the language barrier. HGC One MVP Black. Also, I'll just add, watching Rich play Hanzo is the scariest thing every single time.
He is the only player I have seen where I would describe Hanzo as "terrifying". His scatter arrows are always perfect over and over, I am surprised more teams don't ban Hanzo away from Rich specifically.
At the risk of sounding like "that person", his Hanzo didn't actually make as much of an impact in the finals as I thought it would.
IIRC Rich played Hanzo 4 times in the finals and only won with him twice. Don't get me wrong, he's great on the hero, and likely the best player in the world on the hero, but Dig at least showed that you can let him have Hanzo and still win games.
Yeah, I absolutely believe that the pro teams knew what they were doing with the bans. It still surprised me, but I guess Hanzo does have some severe weaknesses and the other teams thought they were exploitable.
I actually wanted to ask what Rich's win rate was on Hanzo this tournament, but then remembered that their team lost so few games, any of those statistics are pretty meaningless.
Underdog syndrome. However, Gen. G MVP Black have always had trouble closing tournaments. I'm glad they won. Some of it is underdog syndrome, but some of it really is just people having trouble idolizing or respecting the KR teams because of things like language barriers.
For instance, hearing Rich say something like, "I think my biggest strength is that I win games" in an interview, you might be thinking, "what an arrogant little shit", but for all you know he's saying it in more of a jovial or kind of self-conscious way that isn't conveyed because of nuances like tone.
I admit that I used to struggle with it a fair bit, so now while I do have favorite teams in terms of player personalities I prefer to look at games objectively and try to analyze great play where I can, even if I'm somewhat unattached to the players making the plays in question.
GenG played great here, but I understand people wanting to see their record shattered and in general finding Dig more likable as a team just because there's no language barrier.
Blizzcon is obviously held near Blizz HQ and Dreamhack Summer is one of the biggest esports events in the world that coincidentally is usually staggered almost perfectly with Blizzcon.
It's just common sense. We had one in spring and the Eastern-Clash is there as well. There is also the Gold-Cup shortly after Blizzcon, which is in China.
MSB is probably in Sweden because of Dreamhack and the other full international tournament is obviously Blizzcon. Just ignore him, he's posted something similar like three times already in the thread.
Never mind that MSB has been the same format in the same country for the same times like two or three years in a row now. And Koreans have won every global the last two and a half years with the exception of last MSB when they were in some disarray.
I don't think so. I'm a big fan of Anub as a counter to Garrosh, but against this, with the Malthael and 7-sided, it makes the tank the blow up target, and Muradin survives that better than Anub.
I disagree. I argue Anub would've been the better pick. Not only has he similar sustain vs Gen. G's comp, he has cocoon to either force a fight, grant his team an numbers advantage or simply take out one of the dps.
Additionally, Muradin's Dwarf Toss has a significantly shorter CD than Burrow Charge. You thus lose defender's advantage because HHE can just kill the bruisers off at their gate, and HHE pick up their own bruisers, leading to a massive push that got LM's keep.
I was optimistic btw, and voted one win for LM, haha. Doesn't look good for my bracket prediction. Still Splintered Spear at 7, but I've heard that if we see Europe take Lunara, there's a chance we'll see Choking Pollen.
Yeah it did. Solo front line Varian too. To be honest, the cc follow ip option for the one is better, but the zeratul pick was worthless.
To be fair, it's Mcintyre's Tracer. If you've ever seen him play Tracer on stream he's an absolute frag artist. And also it's Luna Meow.
I think garrosh would be better than Varian against tracer, yet effective overall in a team composition, but they ban it out.
Yeah the irony. I never believed that Varian is a good counter to Tracer anyway. Seems like you are giving up too much and tunnelling into countering the Tracer too much.
It is good if the rest of the team can delete Tracer in that hot second when Taunt keeps her in place.
In many situations just a good AA hero like Fenix, or a blinder like Lili can keep Tracer in check if your team stays together. They have no follow up CC to lock tracer in place.
To be frank, taunt is not guaranteed to hit when you charge tracer. I think it was first shown by the koreans, that taunt is useless if you can't taunt the tracer.
Tbh, the missed drag after the isolation is inexcusable. If the drag hit Sonya would dead. And taunt has a low CD, just burn it to secure the kill on Sonya.
It will be up the next team fight. Something is wonky with the video compression. You can see a slight drop in brightness every second or so.
Wonder what that is Happy cake day! Missed the finals due to holiday, just watched and what an incredible series, one of the best of all time for sure.
That Towers turn around was godly! Final strike for the final strike in the grand finals, what team could ask for more. Not bitter at all that dignitas lost again, nope, not at all.
I found suprising, that Psalm leaving HOTS to pursue to be pro Fortnite player. Especially that Tempo Storm played really good.
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