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Valorant / Valorant Ignition Series: When and where are the next events?
« Last post by Rino Saputra on July 23, 2020, 04:13:15 PM »
Valorant developer Riot Games announced the Ignition Series last month. The Series has so far seen Riot collaborate with an array of local and global esports brands to host Valorant tournaments all over the world.


However, they only initially released details on two upcoming tournaments. With nine events now finished, including two victories for Europe’s G2 and one for North America’s Team Solo Mid, many might be wondering just when the next Ignition Series events will be.

All the matches from the Ignition series events so far have been streamed on the official Valorant Twitch channel, as will most of the future matches in the series.
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Overwatch / OPEN QUEUE MODE IS NOW LIVE IN COMPETITIVE PLAY
« Last post by Rino Saputra on July 23, 2020, 04:12:03 PM »
With the launch of Season 23, Overwatch players will be able to enjoy a new option in Competitive mode with the addition of Open Queue, available starting today. Open Queue, which will live in the Competitive Play menu, will allow players to team up using different compositions from the 2 Tank/2 Damage/2 Support makeups in Role Queue. Furthermore, the Skill Rating (SR) earned in Open Queue will be separate from the SRs earned in Role Queue.

Michael Heiberg, principal game designer on Overwatch, says the decision to add Open Queue to Competitive Play came off the heels of its success in the Arcade, where players can face off in rotating non-standard game modes.

It all started with a simple experiment.

“We were looking at how popular Quick Play Classic has been,” says Heiberg, “and we wondered how successful an open queue alternative for Competitive would be.”

In keeping with some of the team’s main goals for Overwatch this year—fast balancing, lots of experimentation, and rapid iteration—they decided to try putting a Competitive Open Queue mode in the Arcade to gauge interest.

Not only was the mode popular, it had an unexpected impact on Competitive Play proper. The team found the existence of both Competitive options decreased queue times in both.

“The Open Queue format attracts more damage players than tanks or supports, which draws them out of Role Queue and helps balance out the roles there,” says Heiberg.

The coexisting queues drove down wait times—but perhaps more importantly, it supported different ways of queuing for different types of players.

“I personally love the gameplay of having balanced comps, having separate SRs for each role, and not having to worry about switching roles,” says Heiberg.

“But I’m also sometimes in the mood for a looser format, where we get to try out crazier strategies.”
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Overwatch / WHAT IT’S LIKE TO WORK ON OVERWATCH’S TOOLS AND ENGINE
« Last post by Rino Saputra on July 23, 2020, 04:10:54 PM »
The world needs heroes now more than ever, it seems. And digital heroes need quite a lot to exist: dramatic motivations, iconic aesthetics, deep designs. But they need code in far greater quantities. Over 2.7 million lines of evolving code power the tools that support Overwatch today.

The Architechs on Overwatch’s engine and tools teams are the keepers of that legacy, and there’s no game without their work.
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Rocket League / Psyonix reverses Rocket League update to demolitions
« Last post by Rino Saputra on July 23, 2020, 04:09:40 PM »
Rocket League had an update that, supposedly, would making demolitions better and more consistent. However, it ended up doing the opposite. Soon after the update went live, many reported situations where the Rocket-Powered cars survived a hit at full speed. Some even made the aggressor explode, rather than the receiving car. As a result, Psyonix has now opted to roll back demolitions to how they worked before the patch. The team is currently working on a solution.
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Rocket League is, apparently, getting a huge update “worth waiting for”. It’s a bit of an announcement of an announcement, as Psyonix has yet to share any real details. Still, the developer at least gave us a tease: it is finally adding more ranks on top of Grand Champion. Fans have requested this feature for years at this point, as those who reached Grand Champion have nothing to really aim for.

Season 14 Grand Champion rewards
Alongside the news that Grand Champions would get new ranks, Psyonix also revealed the rewards for the ranked season 14. This time, it’s banners again. The response from the Rocket League community is, once again, polarizing.

There are those who love the cleanliness of it, and those who are underwhelmed. Banners were a reward once before, and the response to them back then was so negative that Psyonix ended up changing the first design they revealed. One might wonder if they’ll do the same here, but one thing is for sure: banners are not as popular as decals or wheels.
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Ragnarok Online / 380° RPGSite - The Best RPGs of the Decade
« Last post by Rino Saputra on July 23, 2020, 04:06:25 PM »
Those of us who have been fans of the MMORPG genre for a long time will be well familiar with the art of gold selling - a generally frowned upon "business" where third party businesses sell in-game currency for real gold.

Today, it was reported that China has finally made the act of gold farming illegal. According to the new law "virtual currency, which is converted into real money at a certain exchange rate, will only be allowed to trade in virtual goods and services provided by its issuer, not real goods and services."

The Chinese government justified the decision of banning virtual currency trading as a means to stop online gambling and other illegal online activities.

It is estimated that between 80% and 85% of gold farmers are based in China.
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Seoul, June 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GRAVITY Co., Ltd. (NasdaqGM: GRVY) (“Gravity” or “Company”), a developer and publisher of online and mobile games, today announced that its wholly‑owned subsidiary in Thailand, Gravity Game Tech., Ltd. (“GGT”) has officially launched Ragnarok Online in Thailand on May 28, 2020.

Even before its launch in Thailand, Ragnarok Online has been registered more than 1.3 million accounts in the pre-registration, and about 150,000 people have participated in CBT.

As if to prove such expectations, the initial record also has reached over 100,000 concurrent users and 250,000 daily active users right after its release.
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The PUBG Mobile World League 2020 (PMWL 2020) West League Play Week 2 Day 2 is over. The second week saw a total of 20 teams battling it out against each other for a spot in Week 2 of the Super Weekend.

The twenty teams were divided into five groups (A, B, C, D, and E), out of which the top 16 teams have qualified for the PMWL West 2020 Super Weekend 2.

Super Weekend Week 2 will start from 24th July 2020 and will go on for three days. Here's the list of teams that have qualified for the next stage of the tournament.
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Weapons are one of the prime elements of a battle royale game like PUBG Mobile. The game has different categories of weapons, each designed to fulfil a specific purpose.

Among all these categories, assault rifles- also known as ARs- are the most used weapons in the game. They are immensely popular because they usually have adequate hit damage and are consistent performers. Assault rifles include a variety of guns like Groza, AKM, SCAR-L, M16A4 and many more.

In this article, we take a look at the assault rifle with the highest hit damage in PUBG Mobile.
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Rainbow Six Siege / Everything You Need to Know: Korean Open 2020 - Summer
« Last post by Rino Saputra on July 23, 2020, 03:53:40 PM »
The next Korean national tournament will kick off in the coming weeks as the three Korean APAC North teams compete with five challengers who will each hope to take the national title. Teams will also be aiming to accumulate enough points across this tournament and the subsequent Autumn variant to get to the APAC North relegations and be one of 12 Asian teams in the top-flight.

Jump to:
The Teams
The Schedule
The Prizes
The Teams
Four invited teams, having been selected from the top-four in the five-team Korea Open in Season 1,  join four open qualifier teams in the tournament.
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