On January 16 2012 00:57 norterrible wrote: Someone help me understand why teams spend weeks/months hyping players up before they get on their team. Why don't you make hype videos AFTER the player is on your team to bring attention to your players. Now all I know is, someone is joining a starcraft team. wooooo. Like how does it matter at all to the average viewer what team a player is on anyway. I saw MC switch from oGs to SK. Did this affect me at all? Nope. Maybe once team leagues get more popular I'll care more, but even then they still only play 1v1's.
considering your the only person that complained I think your the only one that doesnt care
Equalize[R] Ukraine. January 16 2012 01:18. Posts 40
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Telcontar United Kingdom. January 16 2012 01:21. Posts 15851
Holy shit, this chin... is it Moon, for real? How is Fnatic going to afford him? I pretty sure his value will be weight in gold bars. Hm, maybe not in SC2 but I'm not sure what to think about this (In one of his latest interviews he explained he is going to continue playing both games competitively in the future).
Could it be former TSL Killer maybe - or - what nobody is even considering - a former SCBW pro?
Anyway, must be a big announcement when Fnatic is hyping it up that big (I think a YT video is quite a big thing for Fnatic standards).