Las Widow Mines son neutrales

Es muy divertido ver Widow Mines en un vT, especialmente cuando uno posee los suficientes reflejos para utilizarlas a su favor. Recientemente, a Stephano le ayudó una. Eh aquí el video de su suerte

Esta vez, aunque la cantidad de muertes no fué tan grande, y prácticamente estaba ganando, la Widow me dió una mano ;)

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Arcade Time !

Últimamente, para distenderme un poco de las partidas de liga, empezé a jugar con un par de amigos, a arcades. Y la verdad que es sorprendente el poder del motor gráfico del StarCraft. Se pueden lograr muy buenos juegos.
Recomendado, Haunted Forest, con un par de amigos.

Uno de los videos, jugando por primera vez al Haunted Forest.

La lista completa con los videos la pueden encontrar en mi canal de YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLl8MLh03pAq-7qFiQvHvpm8mgB5cG93qr

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“Starbuck” se une al roster de mousesports

El jugador Zerg de Eslovenia, Matic “Starbuck” Dejak se une al roster de mousesports con efecto inmediato. Recordemos que Starbuck terminó 3ro en la WCS Premier League este último viernes. Aquí el texto original.

The Slovenian Zerg player Matic “Starbuck” Dejak will join the mousesports StarCraft II roster with immediate effect. Dejak, who finished 3rd in his WCS Premier League group last Friday, said he is honored by mousesports offer.

Matic “mouz Starbuck” Dejak has won several minor tournaments in the past, showcasing his good understanding of the game. He is especially known for his “special tactics”, which he tends to mix into his sets, inspired by Ukrainien player (Wiki)White-Ra. Recently, he placed third in his 2014 WCS Season 1 Europe group, after narrowly losing to former GSL champion Mun “(Wiki)MMA” Seong Won (Korea) with 1:2 in the deciding game. Despite his young age, the 1997 born Slovenian Zerg player is already an experienced player, as he competed in WarCraft III and StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty before.

“We are very happy to welcome Starbuck in our team. He is one of the most promising European players and he has show his potential in the last WCS seasons as well as in the ESL Euro Series. With his talent, his ambition and his unique play style, he will be a great addition to our roster. We are looking forward to work with him and lead him to the next level”, said mousesports StarCraft II Head Coordinator Markus “mouz MaX” Kemper.

Statement Matic “mouz Starbuck” Dejak: “I felt very happy and honored when mousesports contacted me and offered me a spot in their StarCraft II roster. I am always trying to compete and win on the highest level and one of my goals was to play on a powerhouse team such as mousesports one day. My wish came true and I want to thank mousesports and the sponsors BenQ, EpicGear and XMG for giving me this opportunity and I promise I will do my best to represent the team in the best way possible.

My goal for the upcoming season are to further develop my skills and to attend bigger tournaments where I want to make some deep runs into the tournament bracket. I hope you will enjoy my games and that I can entertain you with some of my special tactics. I’d also like to thank my former team MiA for all of their support thus far and wish them all the best in the future.”

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NASL abandona StarCraft y llega ESL

Revisando los twitts de varias celebridades me encuentro con esta inesperada noticia. NASL anuncia que no va a realizar el trabajo de producción de la WCS América. Dado esto, se reorganizaron las fechas de los encuentros. Aquí el texto emitido por Blizzard

Blizzard Entertainment has announced today that operation of WCS America Season 1 will be handled by ESL (Electronic Sports League) effective immediately. WCS Europe and Global StarCraft II League (GSL) will also go on as planned and are not affected by this news.

NASL recently informed Blizzard that it would be unable to honor its commitment to operate the WCS America Season 1 competition. After hearing this news, Blizzard decided to immediately transfer operation of the league to ESL, in order to protect the interests of the pro players and fans, as well as the integrity of WCS competition.

ESL, our current partner for WCS Europe, will step in and operate WCS America for the rest of Season 1. The remainder of Premier League round of 32 competition will go on as scheduled next Tuesday, March 11 and Wednesday, March 12 with the broadcast originating from ESL’s studio in Cologne, Germany. You’ll be able to catch the action as you always have, through Twitch, the official WCS portal site, or on the Blizzard WCS mobile app for iOS.

In order to accommodate changes in player travel, the WCS America Round of 16 will be delayed until April 5-6 and played live at the ESL studio in Cologne. The WCS America Finals will then take place at the ESL studio on April 10-13, at the same time as the WCS Europe Finals. Blizzard and ESL have already begun working with players to assist with the new travel requirements to Germany.

WCS America Season 2 and Season 3 will take place, and we will announce more details about schedule and operation of those seasons as soon as possible. And as mentioned before, WCS Europe and GSL competition will not be impacted by these changes to WCS America.

We’d like to acknowledge NASL’s support of StarCraft II eSports and thank them for producing many memorable events over the years.

We also want to thank ESL for being able to step in and help us continue WCS America competition with minimal impact to viewers and players. They continue to grow as a global leader in eSports and Blizzard is proud to work more closely with them on WCS.

Keep checking the official WCS site for further news about WCS America, and be sure to tune in next week for more exciting StarCraft II competition in WCS America Premier League!

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