Want to know how to defend against a 2-rax the right way? How about some tips on executing those sweet multi-pronged Zergling roach attacks? Who better to ask than one of the world’s most proficient swarm commanders, MVPDongRaeGu.
Over the course of the upcoming MLG Spring Championship (8th-10th June), DRG will be personally answering 3 of his favorite questions, submitted by you, each day on the Razer Academy. On top of that, we’re giving you the chance to win SIGNED MVPDongRaeGu Razer hardware if your question is picked by DRG. Pretty sweet deal, right?
Thanks to everyone who participated in the competition and be sure to check out the Razer Academy for tutorials and lessons by Team Razer's top Starcraft 2, League of Legends, DOTA2 and fighting game players.
DongRaeGu, you said that you want people to think of you when they think about Zerg. However, some very strong Zerg players have started making their mark on the Star 2 scene lately: Symbol, Violet and Byul.
What makes you different from these rising Zerg players to ensure that you will keep the Zerg crown as king of the Swarm?
How do you feel about Korean participation in foreign tournaments? Do you feel that the number of Koreans in tournaments like MLG is unfair to the players overseas, or do you believe that a competition should always choose the strongest competitors without regard to nationality?
Winning the gear would be nice but I don't really need it... I'm really just curious to hear a Korean's opinion on the matter! There's been lots of hustle and bustle in the foreign scene about Korean participation in this week's MLG and I'd be really curious to see what he had to say!
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Serpest United States. June 08 2012 13:28. Posts 303
How do you think Starcraft II will apply to your life in the coming years? By this, I mean, Polt is currently in University, Nada finished University, and both used their earnings - I believe - to help fund their education. What do you want to achieve out of Starcraft II that can apply to your life outside of eSports (i.e. which direction to you want to go once you begin tertiary education) and how do you think you can put these skills to use? Unless, of course, you wish to stay within the eSports community and become a coach or part of the media environment (a la Oov, boxer, Lee Jihoon, etc.)
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A person that attempts to diagnose themselves has a fool for a doctor and a bigger fool for a patient.
Advantageous United States. June 08 2012 17:55. Posts 302