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I must admit, there is something slightly comical about the juxtaposition of the visceral action taking place in the game versus the furious tapping and swiping of the players on stage.
While many other esport tournaments will require a specific set of hardware to be used, Vainglory tournaments allow the use of whichever device players prefer.
Some users prefer tablets because of the better accuracy for touch commands while some players would rather have the wider aspect ratio from a phone for better vision.
Some players even have unique input methods, such as the use of a stylus in one hand and index finger on the other. One player in particular refuses to play the game with his feet touching the ground, forcing him to play in a reclined position with his feet propped on the desk.
Each player was doing whatever they thought could give them the ever-so-slightest competitive edge. As the favored team going into the tournament, the execution of their plays seemed effortless as they took down some equally impressive teams.
Their humbled and relaxed demeanor was almost surreal as they showed little mercy for their opponents. After a short break, the action kicked back off with ACE and Qlash facing off for a spot in the finals.
ACE destroyed the first turret of the game around 3 minutes into the match. Qlash followed this up 30 seconds later by taking a turret of their own.
First blood went to ACE in the bottom lane where KraQz went down against a 2v1. ACE grouped together in the middle lane, taking their front turret and followed it up with a Ghostwing capture.
From here they methodically pushed lanes, continuing to take turrets away from Qlash. ACE began capturing Blackclaw to draw Qlash in, turning quickly to win the teamfight before finishing the Blackclaw capture.
ACE once again employed split lane pressure to allow Blackclaw to move down the middle lane on his own. Qlash momentarily opened a window for a comeback, picking off two members of ACE on the way to capturing Ghostwing.
This allowed ACE to quickly finish the game, taking the first match of the series. The second game got off to an extremely slow start, with both teams farming and playing for the late game.
Qlash gained the upper hand, taking first blood and two bottom lane turrets while only surrendering one turret to ACE.
At the mark, each team traded a kill before going back to farming. ACE played very methodically, grouping up to take objectives and fend off pressure from Qlash.
In a split-second decision while Qlash was capturing Ghostwing, ACE made a move to quickly capture Blackclaw, turning the situation into a relatively even trade.
Qlash made a critical mistake by overstaying their welcome and giving up the ace. ACE took advantage of this by taking Ghostwing and stealing Blackclaw.
In the first elimination series of the day, both North American teams squared off, fighting to keep their hopes of winning the tournament alive. Nova got off to a hot start in game one, taking an early first blood.
Nova went on to take the first turret of the game around 4 minutes into the match. They were able to keep up the pressure by capturing Ghostwing just before the 7 minute mark and amassing a 4.
Tribe continued to struggle, unable to take a turret until 16 minutes into the match. By then it was too little too late, with Nova being in full control of the game.
Nova was able to take an ace and finish game one easily in dominating fashion. In game two, Tribe finally elected to take chuck off of Celeste after having no success with the pick through all of their games prior.
Despite giving up first blood, Tribe was off to a much better start this game. The combination of Oldskool and ttigers was enough to take down TruthOfLight, which led to the first turret of the game for Tribe.
Nova pushed Tribe off of Ghostwing, winning the teamfight but overcommitting on a turret run. Tribe capitalized on this by taking down several members of Nova and moving to capture Ghostwing.
Tribe continued to apply pressure, trading in a teamfight, starting to show how strong the team really was after struggling through early matches.
Oldskool on Silvernail began capturing Blackclaw solo, taking the dragon down to under half health before the rest of the team joined him to finish the capture.
Tribe moved with Blackclaw down the middle lane, taking game two in and tying up the series. The third match of the series kicked off with Tribe taking the upperhand, claiming first blood and taking down a top lane turret while almost finishing off the first middle lane turret.
Nova took their first turret at the mark in the bottom lane. While Nova was distracted pushing two turrets in the top lane, Tribe captured Ghostwing with no contest.
Taking full advantage, Tribe followed this up with a Blackclaw capture, turning the game in their favor. They rushed down the lane with Blackclaw in one major push to take the series , eliminating Nova from the competition.
The first game of the series to determine who would face ACE in the finals got off to a slow start, with both teams farming and applying pressure in their bottom lanes.
Qlash countered this by taking down chuck in the middle lane when he was ambushed by Inara for first blood. A, "UT" championship series of Europe are a few examples of events that are, or started off as exclusive Tekken events, and still hold it as a main game.
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Developed and published by Super Evil Megacorp SEMC , Vainglory has attracted some interest as an esports game, including the sponsorship of a team by SK Gaming.
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Currently, no news has been announced about the resuming of competitive seasons for Vainglory; however, fans remain optimistic as the popularity of the game still remains strong to this day.
The World Championships no longer take place, but many other tournaments still take place and they still attract a variety of players from far and wide.
As mentioned above, tournaments take place once every two months; however, there are times when this schedule is even lighter, and tournaments can take place once every three or even four months.
This is because the original developers of the game stopped backing the World Championships which were some of the most popular tournaments of Vainglory esports.
Tournaments still take place once in two or three months. The most recent tournament that will take place in December is the MPL Fall Split.
Another tournament that will also take place in December is the Vainglory Winter Tournament, which has 16 teams registered to play.
Tournaments take place online, so they can be global, regional, and local. The online tournaments are simply more convenient for players to participate in as they can do so from the comfort of their own homes.
This is because at that time, Vainglory was one of the very few mobile games to become an esport, and it was providing gamers with an experience unlike any other.
Vainglory is an online multiplayer battle arena game that places players in teams of five. There are also minions who spawn at the enemy base, help the enemy defeat the opposing team, and destroy their base.
Average players do not have a clear understanding of what the avatar can do, and they may be stuck making silly decisions that can cost the game for their team.
This game initially became famous because of the unique gameplay and experience it provided players.
However, the unique elements of the game are its graphics and concentration to detail. The gameplay is still quite incredible, but the graphics and the fact that the game has been made for tablets and iPads set it apart from other games of the same genre.
For in-app purchases, two main in-game currencies are used. Glory is an in-game currency that can be earned through the game and by completing different missions within the game.
Immensely Commissioned Evil or ICE can be bought with real money, and it is an uncommon prize for in-game interactions.