ALGS Winter Circuit OT #4 – APAC South, APAC North, South America – Day 3, Finals [Information & Live-Discussion]

1 : Anonymous2021/03/07 05:05 ID: lzjo6u

ALGS Winter Circuit, OT #4 - Finals (Top 20) - APAC South, APAC North, South America

Date: Sunday, March 7th. Time: APAC South - 3 PM SGT APAC North - 6 PM JST South America - 1 PM BRT Type: Online Map: World's Edge Prize Pool: Rules: Broadcasts APAC South, 3 PM SGT: | APAC North, 6 PM JST: | South America, 1 PM BRT: Player POVs:

Standings / Bracket

-> Tournaments -> Select the Region and click "View" on the ALGS Autumn Winter Circuit OT #4 Liquipedia:

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2 : Anonymous2021/03/07 11:03 ID: gq35wru

11 Wraithless teams at my count on the halfway mark. Only 2 of the top 10 are Wraith teams right now. APAC North is on the way to another completely different meta shift, with both rotation and edge teams seeing more value foregoing Wraith.

ID: gq38kdo

You think this still happens if CR win with wraith and T1 place lower than their average? I think Horizon pick rate in the region could fall massively in that scenario.

Really don't think wraithless is working for T1. Performances have looked so much worse in recent weeks.

3 : Anonymous2021/03/07 12:38 ID: gq3btkb

Lava City circles are the best circles in competitive. CR solidifying their king of Sorting title but Fennel is just as confident in fighting as them so it was a treat watching an isolated 3v3 from them. Wished RIG or Vega won today but great performances from them. Fennel coming back is insane and FLK should stay with Wraith.

4 : Anonymous2021/03/07 08:33 ID: gq2x4ss

It’s about time RIG headed for EU, NA or APAC North... they are so far above their region it’s like they’re playing a different game

5 : Anonymous2021/03/07 07:44 ID: gq2u3o9

RIG boys are just too good.

6 : Anonymous2021/03/07 08:33 ID: gq2x4ws

Genburten is OP

ID: gq2x5ui

op, genburten is.


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7 : Anonymous2021/03/07 10:31 ID: gq343nr

APAC South is so god damn top heavy lol

8 : Anonymous2021/03/07 12:13 ID: gq3a50u

Glad that Vega and RIG N are seeing success! FennelJP and CR will probably end it on a high note again. I was hoping for LAG to follow up from the last tourney but seeing Chouette popping off as an underdog is great to see. They were so close to a Playoff spot so hope they bounce back from this rough start in last game.

9 : Anonymous2021/03/07 10:32 ID: gq345nu

Congrats to RIG S for the clean sweep. Never took their foot of the break and the clear favorites to go all the way. Hope they clinch their first Playoffs to further solidify their greatness.

10 : Anonymous2021/03/07 12:02 ID: gq39dn3

Lmao 5 squad wipes in 2 mins near overlook tunnel... Looking like pubs practically with all that third party

11 : Anonymous2021/03/07 12:10 ID: gq39w85

As a viewer experience, that Overlook fight was definitely one of the most fun things to happen in an ALGS.

12 : Anonymous2021/03/07 09:33 ID: gq30q07

Genburten, Temp, and Zero are just leagues above everybody on the server. I assume they'll be able to keep up with EU/NA top dogs.

13 : Anonymous2021/03/07 10:01 ID: gq32e3b

Rotation-centric teams double down on the defensive legends and thus sacrifice Wraith. Not a bad idea when you can bully anyone out of power spots.

14 : Anonymous2021/03/07 09:42 ID: gq318xb

Parkha should not have went down in that 3rd party. Jup Vega's playstyle finally paying dividends, let's go!

15 : Anonymous2021/03/07 10:16 ID: gq339fx

Vega with a great start, they shouldn't have lost that last fight tho. Those 6 pts might really bite them back later on.

16 : Anonymous2021/03/07 16:18 ID: gq3wm5z

I can’t wait to see RIG at LANs


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