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Everything posted by FrankieFourShot

  1. Well @LethuL has now won an event in H3, H:R, H4, H2A, and H5... What a legend. Edit: I actually don't think he ever won in H4...
  2. Glad to see that we still haven't figured out how to limit stream/gameplay downtime yet...
  3. If there was easy access to the full, confirmed rosters, we would update the OP. But honestly, there's no reason to spend the time to track down every team name, player, and qualifier rankings when they were changing so rapidly over the last couple months. If you want to take the time to put together the roster lists and rankings, feel free to do so and I'll update the OP with the information.
  4. Honestly, it's a great time to retire and focus on future moves. I have a feeling that we're about to hit another pretty dark timeline for Halo again by mid-2019. And with rumors of Infinite not coming out until 2021, I would bet there isn't going to be enough (or big enough) grassroots tournaments to support large payouts for these players to make a living. Best of luck to him!
  5. The link to his roster is like 3 posts above yours. Instinct - Roy, Lunchbox, Snipedown, Pistola
  6. I'll be there. Come say hi. Don't be weird. Let's have fun.
  7. From what I saw this weekend, the production from Gfinity and the crew was fantastic. Not really anything I can complain about other than repetitive commercials and maybe a little too much downtime. With that said, I do appreciate the casters and Gfinity for taking the time to film the extra content to fill some of that downtime. There were some really great series and it's refreshing to see those few new maps thrown into the rotation. Happy belated birthday to @@Mikwen and congrats to Tox on the W. Now I guess we all just have to wait til mid-November for Finals...
  8. Seek out reputable companies that host tournaments that offer something of value as a prize, like REAL money. People need to start calling out scams and bullshit like this immediately, instead of letting it get out of control and the losers behind it start benefiting from it.
  9. RB6 is the perfect example of what listening to your community and continuously making updates to a game can do for its growth and longevity. That game was shit when it was first released, and the population died off. So they listened to the fans complaints and criticisms, fixed what needed to be fixed, and now are reaping the benefits.
  10. Hey man, props to you for all you've done already. That site is a godsend for trying to keep up with the pro scene given the lack of streams and effort from the league and its players. I don't think anyone would blame you for not wanting to make updates to the site given how stale Halo 5 currently is.
  11. :fire: Support the site and come check out our Rocket League 3v3 tournament! :fire: https://www.twitch.tv/teambeyondnet
  12. If I remember correctly, MLG Raleigh 2010 was like 1-2 weeks before Reach's release date, so a lot of players and teams (myself included) pretty much thought it was pointless to spend the money on flights, team passes, hotels, etc. to only play the game for another week or so before the new iteration came out. The next event in DC was the first event for Halo: Reach, and was a combine for amateurs only, that gave players a HUGE incentive to want to go and make a name for themselves. Notable players finishing in the top 8 teams included Lethul (1), Blaze (1), Calm Mentality (2), Swift Kill (2), Cratos (4), and Ninja (5). Numbers don't give the whole story and there are always extra variables that need to be considered. H3 would have continued to succeed as a game overall based on sheer XBL population numbers, and simply discussing one playlist or the competitive community's interest in the game doesn't paint an accurate picture of how popular H3 still was three years after its release.
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