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Addressing the problems of TSM

  TSM are the most decorated organization within the NA LCS, having won multiple NA LCS championships and proving that this team is all about winning. TSM have been so victorious that when they missed out on their first ever final in Spring Split 2018, shock befell fans and experts alike. They would get knocked …


The Scouting Report – NetEase Esports X Tournament Qualifiers

  The NetEase Esports X Tournament (NeXT) has finished its qualification rounds and will continue many of the stories left unfinished from Overwatch Contenders China Season 2. Sixteen teams entered and only four teams made the final heat. Four of China’s best will compete for $30,000 in prize money in an offline tournament held in …


Zappis: “During the tank heavy meta, I think NiP would’ve fared well against the Koreans. I would even say a top finish in APEX was not out of the question.”

After a strong performance during the Incheon World Cup qualifying stage, Joonas “zappis” Alakurtti positions himself toward the head of the pack leading into Overwatch League Season 2 as a free agent. The former Florida Mayhem player will take his vast experience within the league and his historical presence with teams like Ninjas in Pyjamas …


Mistakes on motivation: “I don’t think that a player who loses the motivation to play the game should be in the Overwatch League.”

  Stanislav “Mistakes” Danilov has a lot of things going for him leading into Overwatch League Season 2. With the invaluable experience with his former team, the Boston Uprising, Mistakes and with teams like 123 and TORNADO ROX, Mistakes is a serious talent coming out of the CIS and European region. After competing with the …


Coach Peak on the importance of coaching: “If a team is too fragile, the coaching staff is fragile…”

  As a former member of the Dallas Fuel coaching staff, Peak Swedish coach Emanuel “Peak” Uzoni is itching to get back into the league. With experience dating back to Misfits run through Overwatch APEX Season 2 and acting as the interim Head Coach for the Dallas Fuel during Overwatch League Season 1, Peak brings …


This is the end, beautiful friend: in memoriam Virtus.pro

  Another major, another 0-3 elimination – a story ending with a whimper rather than a bang. Not much remains of the original VP line-up of old, neither in terms of performance nor personnel: the FACEIT London major marked byali’s final appearance under the team’s banner, truly marking an end of an era not just …


Izento’s Game Plan: Clutch Gaming vs Echo Fox 2018 Summer Split Gauntlet Preview

  Echo Fox have been through a lot this split, with losing 3 out of 5 of their original lineup, it’s no wonder we see them at the bottom of the gauntlet. Clutch Gaming don’t have a similar excuse, as their lineup has stayed the same for the entire Summer Split, but the team looks …


T1w ExtrA after the LanStory Cup Victory: “This is the result that our team should get. It also shows that we are the strongest team in China, however we are not satisfied with this …”

  Translation by: @r1pnikki After their solid performance in China during Overwatch Contenders Season 2 and their victory at LanStory Cup – Guangzhou, T1w Esports Club has secured themselves as the strongest full Chinese team in the region. As the only team to really challenge the tyrants of China, Lucky Future Zenith, T1w Esports are …


SunBhie: “Secret’s strength and weakness was the versatility, which at times was only an attempt at versatility, and not truly versatile”

  SunBhie, also known as Jeong-jae Lee or simply Pete, is an ex-pro gamer turned coach that has been with Team Secret for quite some time. The Korean player who previously played for MVP.Hot6ix before taking on the mantle of a coach was kind enough to provide an exclusive to EsportsHeaven amidst all the roster …


Manneten on overworking: “If you play extra hours of ranked, but can’t show up in practice with 110% energy, then don’t force ranked games.”

  Tim “Manneten” Bylund began his Overwatch career nearly two and a half years ago. It’s taken him to South Korea, all across Europe, and even venturing into Australia for competition. While he and the Florida Mayhem may have parted ways, this Swedish native is unphased. Esports Heaven caught up with Manneten has he prepared …


 

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