PH: Focus on DotA 2
Posted 09 September 2012 - 08:38 AM
Posted 09 September 2012 - 10:35 AM
Transitioning to Dota2 is not that hard if we have LAN feature, training the players is not that hard either because PH is a big dota community, what we really need is a driving force to initiate the shifting to dota2 and this what Mineski, Pacific and MSI plays an important role. If all their future tournaments will stick to dota1 then its hopeless for the PH to be recognized internationally.
With that said, collaboration is the key world between all concern people to address the issue. Lets be practical, only PH and CN still plays dota1 competitively all major Asian countries has finally shifted to dota2 regardless of the issue concern they leave dota1 permanently. I hope the local organizers had come to realized that we have no future at all if we will stick to dota1, and to the players this is wake up call if you want to be recognized internationally then start to trained yourself. Make used of Mineski poor performance as an inspiration to play hard, study hard and have fun while enjoying game in the company your friends.
Posted 09 September 2012 - 02:18 PM
1st, #3 poster is right. computer specs and internet issues are need to be address.
2nd, BETAKEY! i bought one for 5k php kinda expensive. Hahaha just for the love of dota.
3rd, Unless GMPGL or MPGL switch to dota2 there's a chance Top PHL teams will dominate this game. MPGL is the stepping stone.
4th, easy access to DotA while in dota2 only a few Cafe or Shop have.
Posted 09 September 2012 - 02:29 PM
Again I just want to reiterate that Pinoy is not sucks in Dota2, I just wanna have a clear direction on the way it should be for the benefit of the e-sports in the country.
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