I honestly have no clue who Zednic really is. I know he's on Ares, but haven't heard of him outside of that. He hasn't been looking too great from what I could tell.
Networking is a big one. Talk to people about the game and/or create content. Rather that content is through videos or articles, any bit counts.
A lot of NA teams are looking for imports, which I don't blame them. One reason teams won't look at inexperienced NA players is due to the risk/gamble of them failing. A lot of these players are young, which can lead to problems concerning the amount of time they can put into the game.
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...... play Kog'Maw. Double damage passive.
We expected to make it out of groups, but we also expected LGD to be our biggest problem - not KT. So even though we focused on every team very heavily, we didn't expect an LGD win.
I wasn't a part of the organization for the Dignitas set, but AFAIK that was "it" for Fusion.
10% game 1.
0.01% after game 1.
0.01% after game 1.
I have no idea what TSM is doing in terms of their roster, but I trust in them to build a really solid team.
I think it would mostly be on Riot's end, considering the buyout process and what not takes a while. Although, I think there's a lot of money being dumped into S6, so I wouldn't necessarily rule out them on having a good roster. There are plenty of good players in League :P.
In professional sports, becoming a free agent means you're now open to offers without there being a mediator involved. So yeah, he can still go to Immortals if the offer/team is the right fit for him.
I don't remember 100%, but I think it came down to disagreements between his agent (wanting a bit more than we could offer?) and the organization.
I believe Porpoise is one of the more underrated junglers, where he had weak solo laners. So I don't see any reason for Immortals to get rid of him. Although, there are going to be around 5 teams that will have 'new' junglers, so he could maybe get a better offer?
Just like gravity, what goes up...
Don't know what Immortals roster will be, so once I figure that out I'll come back to this via twitter.
After the expansion tournament, MakNoon said he wanted to play mid lane instead of top lane - team/staff decided Huhi was the best option and for him to stay mid lane. Just mutually parted ways
Not completely sure. Wouldn't be surprised to see former TSM members play at IEM San Jose (like Dyrus, possibly TheOddOne)
this is unbelievable