It is probably safe to say that the SEA scene is not as big as the US/EURO scene. With such a limited pool of players, who do you train against? Any specific teams you guys scrim against reguarly?
We used to train regularly with Duskbin.NvD at HoNGarena, but as of late, there has been a few scheduling conflicts. Thus, why we try to play 'no-ab' games against high rated teams as much as possible. And we occasionally hop on to HoN INT to scrim with open 17/18 rated teams."
How well do you think your team will do in the DYA Tournament? And who do you see as your biggest rivals in the tournament?
We have to keep an eye out for Team OK and Team ICE as they have proven to be pretty consistent in the competitive scene."
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