Gamecrib Season 2: TSM - Episode 14 - Staple This
Join TSM as they head down to Southern California for the League of Legends World Chamipionships at the Staples Center.
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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
Thread complaint aborted. Adblocker no longer disables video content - therefore VanOrd's comments that it was an accident was likely true. Thanks for not being jerks after all GS.
I'm fine with low/no audio advertisements, but when i click on a video and get blasted with a super loud ad adblock goes on. Its been fun gamespot. pz!
Yo camera guy, I pay pal you 20 bucks if you follow OddOne during this Australia trip as a Gamescrib bonus feature.
Gamespot pls. I'd like to actually be able to watch your content the same day it is released sometimes.
@jeremy- normally I don't even mind ads but when it's some loud as fuck car commercial that plays automatically I couldn't care less about a site's revenue.
@jeremy- This is a pretty empty threat because people with adblock don't net them any revenue and in fact cost them bandwidth, so they're technically better off if you don't come back.
@demondogx Yeah, except they came in 2nd in NA, and took games off of the #1 EU LCS team during the EU LCS (Lemondogs.) Stop being such a fucking stupid hater.
TSM aren't great on the global scale, but in NA, they are still a top team.
@flameofheaven Turned off adblock, immediately got absolutely obliterated by annoying ads all over my screen. Remembered right away why I have adblock installed in the first place. Closed browser to get rid of all the shit on my screen and turned adblock back on. Not worth it to watch a video.
@jeremy- another thing to note is that when a website sells ad spots, they sell it based on their monthly unique visits & site impressions. this number is gathered as a total of viewers with adblock on or off, so the advertiser is paying for the full amount regardless. it's in gamespot's best interest to maintain that number so their ad spots continue to sell