South America shouldn't have a region. Nothing against them, just is a bit imbalanced
Last edit: 2012-01-26 14:45:04
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Meteora.GB Canada. January 26 2012 14:43. Posts 2161
This is fantastic, I love how blizzard has really stepped up to help Starcraft, and it really shows that they are taking this seriously. Cancelling Blizzcon is a big deal, think of how many years it has been going, and then are putting it on hold for this tournament. I feel like they are still haunted by last year and want to redeem them selves.
We never stopped considering the ladder as we built this program, and certainly we brought that conversation up. But for the time being, I don't have anything to offer immediately about how we are going to be able to use the ladder for competition purposes.
This is so disappointing.
And the last answer is such a load of kumbaya bs that isn't going to last. How convenient to forget the kespa vs gom fiasco a few years ago.
Metalteeth United States. January 26 2012 15:01. Posts 115
On January 26 2012 14:28 dnld12 wrote: Coollllllzz. though i am a bit worried on national champion.
Our national champiion in america: Idra (or huk depending on how u look at it) Is in korea.
And sweden's: naniwa or sase. is in korea too?
How do those work?
I would hope it is done like how WCG does it. Idra was the American rep, Huk was invited as a Canadian (because he qualified as American, but something happened and...I don't really know). I'd assume they would use the players "official" country of origin.
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rUiNati0n United States. January 26 2012 15:01. Posts 968