A look at how NALCS teams correctly (and incorrectly) address minion wave pressure and freezes.Uncategorized
An in-depth look at Hai's IEM pre-10:00 pathing and general macro game discussion.
As 2015 comes to a close, Xmeik hands over one hundred various End of the Year awards among those deserving in the professional scene.
Ladies and gentlemen, Santa has come early.After another one-week hiatus, I’ve emerged from the bottomless pit of work-related issues and law school applications with another long read for all of you lovely readers.
Frost Queen’s Claim is quickly becoming a top-tier item, and this holiday season, it should be near the top of your shopping list.
It’s been two long weeks without a Wednesday long read, and after the brief hiatus, another article is finally ready to go. Unfortunately, I'm not talking about professional games much this week.
(Author’s note: numerous rosters have yet to be fully announced. This list is subject to change as more information regarding the present teams is revealed.
(Author’s note: this is not a guide on how to play Kindred, rather analysis on Kindred’s ideal role and usage in the professional scene based on the KESPA Cup games thus far.
" As SK Telecom defeated the Koo Tigers this last weekend, the victors, despite superior strategy, often failed to come away with early game advantages. While the early games of the 2nd and 3rd matches show blatant mistakes made by SK Telecom that result