Das Shanghai Major war ein Turnier in der E-Sport-Disziplin Dota 2. Es fand zwischen dem 2. und 6. März in Shanghai statt. Austragungsort war die. Die Produktionsfirma Perfect World hat sich jetzt für die technischen Probleme im Rahmen des großen DotaTurniers»Shanghai Major «. Wir läuten mit dem Shanghai-Major ein, welches vom 2. bis zum 6. offenen Qualifikationsrunde von über Dota-Teams qualifiziert und treten nun in. <
Dota 2: Team Secret gewinnt Shanghai Major gegen LiquidDas Shanghai Major war ein Turnier in der E-Sport-Disziplin Dota 2. Es fand zwischen dem 2. und 6. März in Shanghai statt. Austragungsort war die. Die Produktionsfirma Perfect World hat sich jetzt für die technischen Probleme im Rahmen des großen DotaTurniers»Shanghai Major «. Wir läuten mit dem Shanghai-Major ein, welches vom 2. bis zum 6. offenen Qualifikationsrunde von über Dota-Teams qualifiziert und treten nun in.
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The tournament took place at the Mercedes-Benz Arena. The Shanghai Major was plagued from the start with technical difficulties and both the production company and host, James "2GD" Harding, were publicly fired on the second day by Gabe Newell in a Reddit post.
Even after the event finished, controversy persisted. The hotel rooms the teams had stayed in were cleaned out, with a total of personal belongings being lost or misplaced, including mice, keyboards, headsets, and car keys.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sometimes things work out that way. This is likely not the response that Valve wanted, but the aggressive and arrogant-sounding way in which they went about handling the Harding situation has driven his fans to his version of events.
The situation has been rendered binary and oppositional—'ass or them'. This question of tone is a useful discussion to have, or at least it was.
Some of the things he did on the Shanghai stream were, I thought, genuinely great: the silly games to get analysts to come out of their shells, the willingness to challenge the ego of a pro player every now and then.
Fourteen year old boys may constitute a substantial part of the esports viewership, but they do not levy a tax in forced edgyness by default.
You have to choose to pander to them. Valve were, I thought, getting closer and closer to what I would perceive as the ideal third way: that esports are not beholden to the history of either sports or games.
In coming at this one so publicly and aggressively, Valve have drawn an equivalent emotional response from the community.
That they can be dramatic and lucrative and also silly and entertaining—that they can own the fact that they are ultimately high octane god damn wizard sports.
That you can take the irreverence and wit of esports past and professionalise them, bring them to a bigger audience, make them for everybody.
Instead the situation has devolved into name-calling. PC Gamer Pro is dedicated to esports and competitive gaming. GL HF!