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Author Topic: Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists  (Read 818 times)

Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« on: January 27, 2018, 07:01:54 pm »
We caught up with the two teams which reached the Grand Final of the first ever Special Force 2 ranked tournament and we asked them few questions about what’s running in their mind. This is what they had to say:


How did you start SF2?

PnX|AllStars__:
Our team started SF2 at SLCG ’17 which was held as a promotional title. We took part because our clan – Phoenix GaminG requested us to participate.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Phoenix GaminG told me to make a team and try hard.


Why SF2 over other games?

PnX|AllStars__:
Except for CB, the remaining 4 in our team are all FPS players – either CS:GO or COD4. This was a reason for us continue this game since the mechanics of the game were familiar to us. Another important reason to play this game is because it is a ‘Ranked’ title now which means the competition is intense and we want to be on top of the rankings while contributing to our clan as well.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
League is my priority game, playing SF because it has some intriguing aspects no other game has.


How is the local competition?

PnX|AllStars__:
The competition is intense. Teams from n00b Alliance, Maximum e-Sports and Ghost Warriors e-Sports gave a good fight in this league. However, we think there are more teams out there who can make it more competitive including EnvyUs from Tech Morph (SLCG champions) who didn’t take part in this league.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Local completion is good but the PnX teams didn't have the toughest of games though.


Who is/are the best player/players in your team?

PnX|AllStars__:
The key to our victories depend on our teamwork, therefore we can’t select one person as the best. All 5 of us are the best in their own ways.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Heat put a lot of dedication but his skill is not par with his dedication, skill wise Kassa AKA Erron Black would be the overall better player in most maps.


How has the league been?

PnX|AllStars__:
The league has been running smooth and on time. The referees were very cooperative and did a great job. We enjoyed this tournament and hope there will be more in the future.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
The league has been fun and it is a well-organized tournament by GLK. Hope for more of the same.


Are your opponents “worthwhile”?

PnX|AllStars__:
Honestly speaking we already faced them (Mix Fruits) in the Winner Bracket Semi Final and we just ran over them. We were expecting nA|Team Spite to be the finalist because we badly wanted to pay them back for knocking us out at SLCG ’17. Unfortunately, they were knocked out by Mix Fruits before they could reach the Finals.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Yeah, they are pretty decent, everyone is try harding.


Who would you want to target the most in your opponent’s team?

PnX|AllStars__:
No doubt, it’s going to be HEAT. Hope he gets this message and be prepared.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Chromnz because he is the most overrated player in their team.


Is your clan the strongest for the game? Will that remain?

PnX|AllStars__:
Both the finalists are from Phoenix GaminG, which means our clan is the strongest right now. Definitely, because both our teams are focusing and practicing the game continuously and there are more teams being formed. So, we are good in the long run.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Our clan likes to do well in all games and try out new things, so let's see how it goes. Pretty sure other clans also can do well.


What do you think a final between two teams of the same clan would mean for the future of SF2?

PnX|AllStars__:
I don’t think this is going to remain for long, because more better teams from other clans would be taking the spot. However, it is going to be a challenge for other clans to bring us down.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
It means that all other clans will try to send a team of theirs to play SF. So good for the competition.


Would you win?

PnX|AllStars__:
Definitely. We already won with them once. We know their strengths and weaknesses. We have some new strats which we have saved up for the Finals. We will be executing them and hoping to take all 3 matches out of the Bo5.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
We will give it all we got, the deserving team will always win.


There you have it. One could say these teams were being borderline “too” honest with their answers, but that’s what they had to say to the world! A lot of eyes on the former FIFA champion, PnX|Heat, who is also known to go from performing exceptionally well to horribly bad. AllStars__ boast a reputation of being known in CSGO while Mix Fruits are known for their strong COD4 skills. In another way, this is a testimony for which game has more skilled players.

The common ground of SF2 is set and the teams are ready! Which FPS game takes more skills? The grand finale will happening at 11.00 PM today (27th Saturday) will decide that so tune in to see how these kinsmen face each other off and trash their way to victory!

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Re: Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2018, 08:00:43 pm »
I don't know much about these teams, but by reading this interview, none of those final teams seem to respect each other, which is a very bad quality for any professional team. Specially considering they are from the same PnX team if I understand that correctly.

Kinda understandable why they act this way because the winner is probably getting a good prize. Make sure to have some fun guys and good luck.

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Re: Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2018, 08:33:52 pm »
Mate,if you watch any sort of esports professionally, there is always trash talk, be it NA LCS,EU LCS,LCK,worlds, Dota 2 or anything, most hyped up games are the ones with a bit of spice in it. Regardless it is from TSM,SKT,or whatever the stage is,even worlds there is trash talk. I don't think you watch much of professional e-sports.





These are few of the videos, I thoroughly enjoyed.
Includes :SKT( Best E-sports team of all time from Korea,trash talk a lot)
TSM (Best organization from North America)
Cloud 9 (Arguably second best team from North America)
KT Roster ( Second most successful team from Korea)
Fnatic (Strongest and the most  historically significant organization from Europe)
Team Liquid ( Richest organization in NA who  were the first team to pay a player a million dollars per year as wages)
Just few examples on the top of my head I remembered. And to counter your argument,yes there is more than enough trash talk in professional esports.

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Re: Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2018, 10:04:39 pm »
I don't know much about these teams, but by reading this interview, none of those final teams seem to respect each other, which is a very bad quality for any professional team. Specially considering they are from the same PnX team if I understand that correctly.

Kinda understandable why they act this way because the winner is probably getting a good prize. Make sure to have some fun guys and good luck.

Hashitha right? Hazh, I remember playing cs1.6 with you like 7 years back. :) ChromnZ here hope your remember. Anyways im a participant of Allstars, we answered the questionnaire together. The other team is also of PnX and are close friends. ;)
Stop talking about my 1taps bruh!


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Re: Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2018, 10:10:14 pm »
Hashitha right? Hazh, I remember playing cs1.6 with you like 7 years back. :) ChromnZ here hope your remember. Anyways im a participant of Allstars, we answered the questionnaire together. The other team is also of PnX and are close friends. ;)
Sup, ChromnZ. Hell yea remember ya2 :D

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Re: Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« Reply #5 on: January 27, 2018, 10:29:08 pm »
Sup, ChromnZ. Hell yea remember ya2 :D
Long time no see :) You still play cs or what? I quit 1.6 and play CSGO and SPF2 now :)
Stop talking about my 1taps bruh!


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Re: Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« Reply #6 on: January 28, 2018, 07:49:17 am »
Still stuck with 1.6 as I can't afford a better PC. :P

Btw, good luck for the finals ChromnZ.