@KillerXzow: This has the effect of potentially skewing the contest results since a team that was on the verge of winning may lose the restarted match. I haven't been following the championship, so I don't know the extent of the actual damage and robbed potential victories.
@KillerXzow: DDOS: Distributed denial of service attack. Its when someone uses a series of computers in different locations to all overload a server with internet data at once until it can't operate. It was used to disrupt and cancel running matches.
@Jo Pereira: Even such, the fact of the matter is they would have lost in about 2 more minutes against deathball, if they didnt gg game would have been just as boring.
over 8 years ago
Jo, whenever you use the traditionally BLU-coloured Anglie you make me happy :3
Why didn't you go back to it as her main colour scheme? Black just doesn't feel like her thing, plus it hurts the ability to draw details, depth, shading and so on in comics.
I agree wholeheartedly. Deathball strategy was valid and fun. Fuck the chinese gaming though. Bunch of pussies who pick the most boring strategies and have no guts or perseverance whatsoever. The same is true in all e-sports. I love to see of them get pounded in style.
Jo, small tournaments wont come under the eye of organizations big enough to ddos something effectively. And no one gg'ed out at 5 minutes, if memory serves me the shortest game was 18 minutes. Without even arguing the legitimacy of the strategy, it was what caused the short games, not pussy teams.
I'm not convinced. It's been the norm to proclaim every single tech issue as "DDOS" while I've been watching tournaments for years, tech issues are the norm and "DDOS" really isn't. It's too convenient of an excuse with no real proof while proving it is easy.