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Maha Adda / buy KNIFE Skins for csgo-How to pop-flash in CS:GO
« Last post by mmobeys123 on January 31, 2018, 07:53:08 AM »

buy KNIFE Skins for csgo - Grenade usage is a skill that takes time to master in Counter-Strike, and it’ll improve your overall impact if you know how to use flashbangs correctly.
At a small $200 price, the flashbang is one of the most effective grenades in CS:GO. To make the most of your money, it's beneficial for yourself and your team if you know how to use the grenade properly and effectively. If you don’t, then you end up wasting $200 to $400 per round, which can eventually build up and hurt your team economy when you are coordinating buy rounds. “Pop-flashing” is the best way to make efficient use of your grenade money.

A pop-flash is an instance in which a player throws a flashbang well enough to fully blind an enemy, preventing that enemy from reacting so that they can look away in time. When someone looks away from the flash, it renders the flashbang essentially useless because the “blind-time” is significantly reduced. So ideally, you want to perfect your throwing ability to minimize enemy reaction time and to maximize enemy blind-time.
There are typically two types of pop-flashes: those that are silent and those that make sound cues. Those that are silent typically aren’t bounced off of a surface. If a pop-flash makes a sound-cue, it can give someone enough time to look away. Depending on your distance from an enemy, sound cue pop-flashes are usually less effective than silent pop-flashes. This makes silent pop-flashes the best way to blind enemies.

In addition, you can either pop-flash for yourself or for a teammate. To pop-flash for yourself, stand close to the side of a doorway, look upwards at about a 75 degree angle, and right-click to underhand throw the flashbang. When pop-flashing for a teammate, you’ll need to estimate and calculate the distance at which it’ll pop. It’s also a good idea to call out your flash for your teammate and/or ask them if they want to be flashed in the first place–that way they can look in the correct direction opposite from the flash so they don’t get blinded. This is a perfect example of teamwork done right.

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Maha Adda / CSGO Gloves Skins For Sale-Post-Major CS:GO Rostermania Begins
« Last post by mmobeys123 on January 31, 2018, 07:52:17 AM »

CSGO Gloves Skins For Sale - The post-Major rostermania for CS:GO has started less than 24 hours after the conclusion of ELEAGUE Boston, with high-profile teams like Envy, OpTic and North all involved.

With many contracts in CS:GO running from January to January, and team changes often occurring after a Major, ELEAGUE Boston taking place in January created the perfect storm for a post-event roster shuffle for many teams.
The first of those teams to make an official announcement was North. The Danish team’s poor end to 2017 continued in Boston with a shocking 0-3 record that saw them finish in 15th-16th position.

On January 29th they officially announced that veteran René ‘cajunb’ Borg would be replaced by Daniel ‘mertz’ Mertz, an up-and-coming AWPer that was previously on their academy team.
Elsewhere, Team Envy are also looking to make changes after numerous reports revealed that they have benched 20 year old Alexandre ‘xms’ Forté.

The man that they have in mind to replace him is supposedly Fabien ‘kioShiMa’ Fiey. Currently on the bench for FaZe Clan, kio has history with Team Envy and helped them win their only CS:GO Major at DreamHack Cluj-Napoca in 2015.

There has been no official word from the Envy organization about the news, but it is no secret that 2017 was a disappointing season for them.

Another rumor gaining a great deal of traction comes from a report from industry insider Jarek ‘DeKay’ Lewis about OpTic Gaming’s coach Chet ‘ImAPet’ Singh.

According to DeKay, ImAPet is “exploring potential options with other organizations”. This may come as a surprise to some, but it is worth remembering that ImAPet is the only member of OpTic that is a permanent resident of the USA.

With the European OpTic roster spending a great deal of their non-league time playing from Europe, practice and analysis work is likely to be difficult for the former CLG man.

OpTic have also been linked with possible roster swaps, with ex-Fnatic player Dennis ‘dennis’ Edman being one of the names cropping up most often.

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Maha Adda / CSGO SMG Skins- Cloud9 becomes the first team to win a CS:GO Major
« Last post by mmobeys123 on January 31, 2018, 07:51:05 AM »

CSGO SMG Skins - It’s been a long wait for North American fans, but after five years of waiting, they finally have their home-continent heroes. The all-American squad of Cloud9 fought their way through a murderer’s row of the best CS:GO teams in the world—including the #1 ranked SK Gaming—to make it into the finals of ELEAGUE Boston Major 2018, then emerged victorious from a grueling, three map, double overtime match against the European superteam of FaZe Clan.
On paper, this looked like one of the most lopsided grand finals in CS:GO Major history. FaZe Clan is notorious for being “the most expensive team in Counter-Strike history”, having bought out the contracts of the best players from several of the best teams in the world. One of their players has won two Majors in the past, and the rest of them have made it deep into the elimination brackets at previous Majors. With SK Gaming, the only higher-ranked team in existence, suffering from the loss of one of their core players, the consensus was that this was FaZe’s tournament to win.

Cloud9’s current lineup, on the other hand, is composed entirely of younger players with fairly modest winnings to their names. As a team, they’ve never even made it into the top eight of a Major, and most of the individual players have never made it anywhere near this far in this caliber of tournament. Few people were predicting this outcome.

Not only did the American underdogs come out on top, they did so in a manner that made for one of the most spectacular grand finals in Counter-Strike history. They started things off inauspiciously, losing their own map pick in a 16-14 nail-biter; this set them up to have to face FaZe on Overpass, a map that Cloud9 has lost four times in a row to FaZe in previous tournaments.
Despite that history hanging over their heads, the young team put on a clinic in the early rounds, pulling out a variety of aggressive, exciting plays to drive the score up to an imposing 15 rounds to 4. FaZe showed signs of rallying after half-time, as H?vard "rain" Nygaard found his groove and started posting some big frag numbers, but the comeback was eventually shut down by Cloud9 for a final map score of 16-10.

This set the stage for a final showdown on the final map of the tournament, Inferno, where both teams had demonstrated strong tactics in previous matches. Cloud9 got off to a strong start on the CT side, eventually settling for a respectable first-half score of 7-8 in FaZe’s favour. Things began to look grim for the Americans during the second-half, however, as FaZe strung enough rounds together to cripple Cloud9’s economy, driving them to the brink of death with a 15-11 scoreline.

Then, to the visible frustration of a FaZe Clan who felt that this tournament was theirs for the taking, and with the hometeam crowd threatening to bring down the arena roof, 
Cloud9 posted four consecutive rounds to bring the score to 15-15 and force overtime

It took them two overtime sets, and a few scarily messy-looking rounds, but Cloud9 finally got the job done. Final score: 22-19.

For the young players of Cloud9, this marks a new high point in their Counter-Strike careers, and for fans of Cloud9 and North American Counter-Strike in general, it marks the end of a drought that had stretched on so long that it began to feel like an unliftable curse. Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham, the quiet Cloud9 player who was awarded the tournament MVP trophy, was asked in the post-match interview what was ahead for Cloud9. His answer was simply, “a lot of tournaments.”

We can only hope those future tournaments are half as electrifying to watch as this weekend’s has been.
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Maha Adda / Watch Cloud9 in the Finals of the CS:GO ELeague Major
« Last post by mmobeys123 on January 31, 2018, 07:48:59 AM »

CSGO Weapon Skins RIFLE- The ELeague Major: Boston culminates in a historic final today between FaZe Clan and Cloud9. For just the second time in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s tournament history, a North American team, Cloud9, will compete in the final of a major tournament, and for the first time it will happen on American soil.
The ELeague Major: Boston Finals will be a best of three and starts at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 28. The match will be broadcast live from the Agganis Arena in Boston anWhether you’re rooting for the hometown heroes or not, this Finals will be a momentous occasion in professional Counter-Strike. For years, North America has been seen as nothing more than an also-ran region. But its teams have slowly climbed their way into respectability and the top of the CS:GO rankings. Now one of the region’s best, Cloud9, will have the chance to claim a major title with the home fans behind them.
Cloud9 enters this final with a roster in the midst of a renaissance. Every member of the team is playing the best Counter-Strike of their careers, and it showed through in spades when the team faced SK Gaming in the semifinals. Unanimously considered the best team in the world right now, SK Gaming was utterly demolished by Cloud9, proving that after months of struggle it has finally earned a spot as one of the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams in the world.
The next step for Cloud9 will be no easy feat when faced with a team like FaZe Clan in the finals. FaZe has looked nearly unstoppable so far at the ELeague Major and is no stranger to beating Cloud9. In fact, this FaZe Clan lineup has eliminated Cloud9 from three different tournaments in the last six months alone. But with a major championship on the line and Cloud9 playing as well as ever, the series is likely to be the closest and most important the two teams have ever played.
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« Last post by Blackjoni on January 22, 2018, 08:34:46 AM »
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« Last post by mmobeys123 on January 17, 2018, 03:32:01 AM »

maplestory 2 mesos -Emilia of Re:Zero - Starting Life in Another World has found herself in MapleStory! She's completely new to her surroundings, so players can help her learn about this other world through a series of daily quests as a part of a collaborative event between Nexon America’s popular MMORPG and Re:Zero.
The event is for all players level 33 and above, and the daily quests will have you hunt monsters between 10 levels below your own and 20 above, collect certain items, and fight monsters within a time limit.
You’ll also answer question as a part of each quest, and if you’re wrong, you’ll die and have to start from day one again! This will give you the Back to Zero buff which boosts your weapon and magic attack, as well as your critical rate.

The event is absolutely packed with rewards for players to earn. After completing each quest, you’ll be rewarded with Re:Zero gift boxes, experience, and mesos, and there are five different Re:Zero boxes you can receive: Emilia’s, Betty’s, Roswaal’s, Ram’s, and Rem’s.

You’ll also be rewarded for your attendance on each day’s quest the first time you complete them for days one through five! Once you complete all five, you can start over again from day one, and each time you complete this, you’ll receive a gift box.

That’s not all, either. You can earn four different titles through hidden achievements, and there’s a world called Reboot for you to make a new character in! There are even rewards determined by what level you get that character to.

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