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When it comes to esports, or any competition really, it’s not just about outplaying your opponents in-game. Sometimes the situation calls for a little psychological warfare, a little BM. And by bad manners we’re not talking about truly toxic behaviour here, just those times we you really gotta style on your opponent. Now, whether it’s during the draft or in the game, this week we’ll be counting down the top 10 BM picks and strategies in esports. Edited and written by Simmy Fong (@Sifolyy) Hosted and voiced by Colin McNeil (@McNeilColin) Courtesy List: https://pastebin.com/3qE6TYek Music used under license from Associated Production Music LLC (”APM”). Check out theScore esports on Android and iOS: Android: http://thesco.re/esportsAndroidYT iOS: http://thesco.re/esportsiOSYT Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thescoreesports Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theScoreesports Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/theScoreesports Follow us on Snapchat: theScoreesports
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Sometimes, we can't all just get along. In a high-pressure team environment, when you spend all day practicing with teammates, occasionally there are going to be rifts and disagreements between team members. These are the 5 most heated teammates feuds in LoL history. Shot Callers eSports brings you news, previews, interviews and highlights for eSports like League of Legends and Overwatch, top leagues like NA, EU, LCK and Overwatch League, and the world's best teams. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/ShotCallerseSports?sub_confirmation=1 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/shotcallersesports/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/_SCesports All League of Legends footage courtesy of Riot Games. #5: Reginald & Xpecial. Back in season 2 when Reginald was more than just the team owner, it was very much Regi's way or the highway. He had a way of telling you if you screwed up that ended up rubbing teammates the wrong way. Specifically, Xpecial. Made public by the Gamecribs series, Xpecial was at one point the brunt of Reginald's wrath as he allegedly went against of his calls in-game. In another instance, Xpecial stood up for Wildturtle after an in-game mistake drew Reginald’s ire. The relationship continued to grow rocky as Xpecial was benched for his attitude, and was then transferred to Curse shortly after. #4: Uzi & Insec. There’s still a lot unknown about this feud but long story short, as teammates on Starhorn Royal Club, Uzi and Insec did not get along. Uzi wanted to be the star player on the team, but the coach and Insec insisted on playing around the top and mid lane. It reached a point where during a game, Insec picked Lucian for Uzi, but he instead wanted Vayne. Uzi then picked Vayne which forced the team to have Lucian jungle and Lee Sin support. The clash led to Uzi threatening not to attend worlds and an un-verified physical altercation. #3: Team Liquid. The most recent feud on the list belongs to none other than Team Liquid. With a young carry jungler and a world champion ADC, expectations were high for TL. However, Dardoch and Piglet, along with coach LocoDoco often butted heads about how the game should be played and the dynamics within the team. The three often had toxic arguments which were displayed on ‘Breaking Point’ and eventually, Dardoch was briefly suspended for attitude problems. Although he was brought back onto the starting roster, altercations and arguments continued to erupt and eventually Dardoch was released from TL. #2: Saintvicious & HotshotGG. What kind of Feud list would this be without Counter Logic Gaming….This one goes back to CLG’s early days when SaintVicious and HotshotGG dominated the top side of the map. However, their argumentative natures led to several altercations during their time as teammates. Eventually, the feud got so heated that Saint was kicked from CLG and was something that Saint never fully got over. A public discussion over Twitter and reddit over a year later re-ignited the rivalry. #1: The Donezo Manifesto. Largely available to the Public eye, the Seraph era of CLG was undoubtedly the most drama filled team to ever exist. After a failed gank, Seraph reportedly told his jungler Dexter to “never gank his lane again.” Doublelift’s ego and personality rubbed his teammates the wrong way which led to further trials and tribulations. Eventually, after a Korea bootcamp gone wrong, a near relegation out of the LCS, and a disappointing spring playoff run in 2015, Link left the team and burned several bridges on his way out. He published an 18 page letter which called out his teammates and coaches.
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Controllers are thrown, walls are punched, tables are slammed out of pure rage, it's all here in the newest iteration of Salty Moments in Smash. 12 Controllers were harmed during the making of this video due to salt :( RIP Thanks for watching! Special thanks to: ColoradoSmash: https://www.twitch.tv/cosmash Bifuteki: https://www.twitch.tv/bifuteki MeleeEveryday: https://www.twitch.tv/meleeeveryday Unrivaled: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvcLcxEPvxqhyryQM9eGsZg Summit Smash: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKJi-4lbB3EwpLpC82OWFjA Torn: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeJW1TumCrUrn9WJVEG904w Xelyst: https://www.youtube.com/user/Xelyst Team Edmonton Gamers: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Ye4HBKmLkPsarT-UogAvQ Team SPOOKY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjT9Hwh4twdfvFZCV1tIsCw SmashingIllini: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm0BVQiIXrzzASRCzjCEpvQ GeekyGoonSquad: https://www.twitch.tv/geekygoonsquad EnnyMura: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy_e0slqziqIY9kW7jjPR-A EndGameTV: https://www.twitch.tv/endgametv1 TeamQTT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR_jm70H5Y0bYVPyRbwWgeQ Kal-El: https://twitter.com/KalEl_SSBM House Of 3000: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU0gcxKefgK9P4RJHxcKNxg TheFlirtySouth: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl0-Y372c0yGWYh0O1rXs3g XF Awkward: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkhwb8U0fNun7gx0nx6k-6A ShineCorp: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0LdVEGJqAbPKd8Kgybo4bw
Although designed for recreation and good times, video games often lead to the player becoming incredibly frustrated. Ragequitting, controller tosses, screaming profanities are just some of the ways that gamers handle their pent up anger. And although we expect pro players to be composed and calm, especially on stage, occasionally even they reach their billing point.
Here are the 5 craziest eSports Meltdowns.
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5. Leffen Self Destructs
In the Smash community, the Godkiller, Leffen, is one of the most polarizing members of the scene. He’s also one of the villains of the game who has some questionable behaviour while losing. Whether it’s him playing beneath his standards, or struggling against Duck in the Fox vs. Samus matchup, Leffen has no issue relieving himself of his final stock.
4. Nono With the no-no.
In a best of 5 series, it’s incredibly important to stay composed. Well that wasn’t the case in the 2013 EU LCS Summer Promotion tournament. Sinners Never Sleep and Against All Authority were fighting for a spot in the EU LCS but game one was incredibly one sided. Against All Authority found themselves in a huge deficit and things got worse after their ADC, ‘Nono’, was promptly killed at 19 minutes.
3. Dellor’s Career Gets Clipped
The most inappropriate meltdown on the list goes to FORMER, Overwatch pro, ‘Dellor’. Emphasis on FORMER as his online tirade got him booted off of Toronto eSports and will likely scare off any future suitors. While live streaming, an enemy Widowmaker was extremely accurate, headshotting Dellor time after time. Eventually, triggered by endless deaths and poor internet, Dellor exploded in a fit of racial slurs.
2. Wobbles Wall Punch
In Super Smash Bros Melee, one of the most aggravating moves is the Ice Climbers wobble. Once they grab you, they have the ability to chain hit you all the way to death. However, this time around it was the player ‘Wobbles’ himself who lost his temper. In a close Crew Battle, Wobbles lost his last stock to Ice. At first, he launched his controller towards the ground, but from there things escalated.
1. Vasilli’s Studio Rampage
Nono may have rage quit but at least he didn’t destroy any equipment. Vasilli didn’t follow that trend. Formerly with Vici Gaming, Vasilli was booted from the team after he destroyed a set of gaming PC’s and physically threatened his teammates. He later joined LSPL team, ‘ING’, and they would go on to make history….
Getting camped in the bot lane, Vasilli started to fume. Eventually he cracked, as he shot an Ashe arrow towards a teammate and rage quit. This forced ING to become the first team to surrender at 20 minutes in LSPL history. That’s when Vasilli destroyed his keyboard as well as part of the studio.