The first Match Day of the TF2CSA 6v6 v2 started almost perfect with 5 out 6 matches played as one team used a Wilcard to re-schedule their macth. The Match days on Wednesdays where High seeds play Low seeds might not be the most interesting matches as they can be pretty straight forward though we might find some surprises during the tournament. The results of W1 MD1 as follows:
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While this kind of matches are not enjoyable at all for most of the Low seed teams and we know that the skills gaps are quite big we could say that this is a reminder to those players that they really need to improve their gameplay if at least they want to be able to win a round from the teams ranked higher.
As I asked on the message to all the top teams on this competition to give some kind of support for the teams that need some help however this is a very difficult task if the player’s do not have that willingness to learn and improve.
I’m going to put together a whole list of useful links where you can learn the theory part to improve your game hopefully I’ll get it done by this weekend. For those who don’t know about watching demo’s (demo’s=the replays of games), competitive configs, HUD’s or rates I’m not going to introduce them that kind of info yet because the main problem that I’ve seen is “Knowing what to do” yes very simple there is no competitive config that will make you improve if you don’t know what you are doing in game so the kind of info I’m going to put together is the basics of each class, what is their job on the 6v6 gameplay and some tips of what to do on some of the popular maps but if a bunch of text is too boring for you relax I’ll put some links to videos as well and remember that one of the simple ways to learn is to watch/spectate the local top teams playing focus on your class and look carefully all what they do. Really guys that will be the first step once you know what to do put it on practice, “lots of practice” and remember Team Fortress really needs team work so all the team will have to put some effort to learn and improve together then your ability to play the class properly will decide how good you can become.
I’m going to email everyone on the Website’s database so for those who do not need that info I would appreciate any feedback if something else is missing that could help our TF2 competitive community to improve overall.
Cheers guys! Keep it up!