Gamecrib Season 2: TSM - Episode 11 Xpecial Gets his Groovy Back
Follow TSM as they dance their way through PAX, start another training marathon, and share some Korean BBQ with Cloud 9.
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GameSpot teams up again with A-List League of Legends team TSM Snapdragon to plug you directly into the lives of pro gamers. Watch as the team pulls together to withstand the intensity of some of the biggest tournaments in pro gaming along with the strain
"Whatever the result is, we're still just going to work hard next season and hopefully we can do better next time." This is why Reginald is not a leader. He's admitting defeat with this statement before the tournament has even started. This is completely the wrong attitude.
wake up sleep play. These guys are training in they sleep man!
Hard core. Reminds me of Might Guy and Rock Lee! Sleep training OP.
Dyrus with the Dance Moves. I feel sad for TSM everyone will get stomped in DDR to Dyrus lol. GL at WORLDS!!!
@RoadStar1602 Where in that statement did he admit defeat? All he said was that they were going to work hard to do better in the upcoming season after a relatively rough summer split.
@b0sse What the hell are you talking about? TSM went in hard last year, dominated first games played. When they came across Azubu Frost? They destroyed them. If Azubu Frost had not been cheating(which has been proven and they were penalized for it), TSM would of cleaned house on them. And guess what? Azubu Frost made it almost all the way. That COULD of been TSM.
In nearly every major team fight TSM was in with them they did a great job for being so behind. Azubu Frost had 100% map awareness at all times due to cheating. Took advantage of it, did ganks that shouldn't of happened had they not been cheating. Hard countered TheOddOne due to cheating. And yet in the end, all the end-game team fights TSM gave them a run for their money.
So please, before you talk about how "bad TSM played" last year, please acknowledge that:
1.) TSM rocked last year, even against the odds.
2.) They most likely would not of lost to Azubu Frost otherwise.
3.) Unlike how they haven't beaten C9 ever, TSM had beaten plenty of the Asian teams while having visited Korea before the world championships and after.
But to be honest, sadly this year I don't know what to think. They're not as in sync as they were when they had Chaox who they had played with for so long. And they are demoralized from not having won Regionals. We'll have to see what happens this year.
@b0sse Yea, and you can do better?, there in worlds, and in a pro scene, your not i dont think you have the right to talk, you are nowhere near there level sorry shutup
@b0sse Same for C9 and Vulcan?