Reach consensus and accept it, and than just do everything to destroy it - American way . Is it only me or only USA players have got so many problems about everything? I mean, that the fact that there is competition in which usa players(and other across seas countries) are invited creates so many technical problems that when you all are just gonna complain bout everything, next time maybe it will be easier to make european nation cup. We're all gonna save so much time and nerves. Because matches between europe and america are not on top skill-level of tournament and will never be. Because every match where one side has got 140 ping and other 50 is not even and it all comes to luck and major mistakes - which is something that won't usually happen often. That's why every match where plays USA against other decent european team its gonna be close to 10:10. (France - USA is kind of proving that point). Our match vs USA in last ncup wher not fun(im talking as one of the polish players). Even though we win, it was not fun, it wasn't well played and it was for me waste of time. Because 140ping plays demands changing tactics and forces very safe - shooting concentrated fights. and duels usually looks like - 150ping guy shields up and waits until he is 150% sure that he cant be spammed with this delay, and than he makes one attack. Duels on pings like that when same level players are against will 95% of the time favor better ping player.
Concluding I just think that USA players should be glad that so many teams are willing to take part in tournament with them inside and try not to be complaining about everything they see.
Also I love the way that after PL-BRA match the drama is made by Americans - its strange that Brasilians can't speak up for themselves. And im not complaining about decision that organisators made because we don't really care. But the fault wasn't on our side and we waited for over 1! hour (and even additional time before changing spawns) for any server to come available and we even tried to look for one ourselves. We were not obliged to do so. and after that we are getting black-pred by americans who are not even slightly objective. "Poland abuse Brasil!" "Save Brasilians from villian poles" - thats just BS where the auther don't even pretend to be objective.
Im writing it just as a personal opinion of a player but i know that many people in my team feel the same. I think im done
I don't remember signing a contract that said I agreed to anything. I remember signing up for a tournament with shitty rules.
There's a language barrier problem here though. The whole "Save Brazil thing" borderlined joking. Yes, we thought the match was unfair and should be replayed, but we didn't think you guys were villians. The exaggeration of the unfairness of the match was done in order to ensure a fairer replay. It isn't that strange that the Brazilians couldn't speak up for themselves when you consider the fact that only maybe 1 or 2 of them speak english, and not very well at that. And they aren't particularly active on the forum.
Honestly, don't you think it's kinda an ******* move to say things like "USA should be glad we LET them play"? Cause you said and implied that a few times. Why wouldn't we be allowed to play in an international tournament? We're just as much a nation as Poland, or France, or Brazil, or every other nation. And I'm fairly sure there's a match thats 20-0 to USA even with us playing at higher ping half the time. And many players in Europe can play well on American servers and vice versa. Of course, many cannot. Also, 95% of the time favoring the lower ping player? Where did you pull that number from? Let me guess. Your ass. Don't make up numbers you don't know. Nobody knows how many times a duel will favor a lower ping player. And nobody is really on equal skill anyway.
Stop playing the hate-America card and start listening to the arguments.
Honestly, whether a map is "open" or "closed" right now is based on what whoever made that system thinks.There we go. You're showing sings of understanding how the system works.
If the close/open system is implemented to make things fair, why is it based off one persons opinion of the game?It's actually not just one person who decides on it. It is one person and every other people who accept the rules and participate in his tournament.
Accepting the rules and participating in the tournament doesn't mean I decided on the rules. It means I want to play despite the fact that the determining factor for "fairness" is decided by one person. The reasoning I'm arguing is because I don't think it's fair, and I think my team got slighted because of unfair rules and I don't want it to happen again, to us or to anyone.