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WCA 2016 – The Hidden Global

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The Hidden Global

It might be well beyond cliched by now, but somehow 2016 has proven itself to be a terribly crazy year. As this annus horribilis finally draws to a close, there’s still a few tournaments to enjoy. World Cyber Arena 2016 might be considered to be the penultimate tournament of the year, and funnily enough, it’s one of the few truly global premier tournaments we’ve had ever since the 2016 WCS announcement. Through six qualifiers and one wildcard spot, we’re now down to ten players (E/N: 8, as of Nerchio and Scarlett’s forfeits). They will travel to Yinchuan, China, to fight over a $40,000 prize pool over three days.

What makes the event especially interesting is that it’s one of the first tournaments to showcase the recent big changes made to the game. Every single expansion has shaken the foundations of the game in a profound manner, and every single time, after the dust has settled, new players have emerged, even if only for a little while. With 2016 proving to be an especially volatile year, predicting who’s going to succeed in Yinchuan will be a herculean task. It might be tempting to just take a step back and see how it all plays out. If there’s ever a chance for one of the emerging names to shine, this is it. And let’s not forget, with players across the globe in attendance, this will be one of the rare cases to see Koreans take on the rest of the world.

The tournament is split into a dual group format with round robin Bo3, with the top 2 from each group progressing to a single elimination playoff bracket. If past experience is anything to go by, there’s a very real chance of spectacular upsets and frightening surprises. Whatever the outcome, the eyes of the world will be upon them.

Group A

(T)ByuN

The ByuN of 2016 has focused all his efforts on just one simple thing: a mission impossible. After a dominating victory in the second season of GSL, the One Man Army was able to plow through BlizzCon, and in a nail-biting finals, to overcome a fierce Dark. A stunning performance in a star league, and the most important trophy of the year; what more could one want? ByuN has not been resting, however, and has returned to his roots, the online cups where he learned his versatility. While notably absent from HomeStory Cup XIV, and taking some key losses against Zerg players in the VSL Teamleague, ByuN will be ravenous for the last two premier titles of the year. By all accounts he’s already in the running for the best player of the year, but a win here would be crucial in gaining an edge over Dark, undoubtedly the best performing Zerg player of the year. To be brutally honest, this is ByuN’s tournament to lose.

(Z)iAsonu

One of the most successful and recognizable faces of the Chinese scene, iAsonu has been on the cusp of an international breakout time and time again. There’s just something impassable in the Ro16 that he’s yet to overcome on the international stage. Even so, he’s inarguably one of the best players in his country. He’s now going up against seasoned veterans of the tournament circuit like himself, and he needs to perform at top level to have a chance at the trophy. So far international success has been elusive in 2016, but perhaps now’s the time.

(P)PtitDrogo

PtitDrogo seems to be teetering on the edge once again. He took down favorites Neeb and Patience at HomeStory Cup XIV (indeed becoming the sole foreigner to take a win over a Korean during the tournament), and given his late notice of a BlizzCon spot following Polt’s forfeit, his eventual performance and victory over Snute there was pretty impressive too. There’s no doubt that he’s one of the better players in the European scene, but the only question has been showcasing his burgeoning talent on the international scene on a consistent basis. His only notable result for 2016 was winning DreamHack Leipzig back in January, yet he still managed to scrape together enough WCS points to take Polt’s place at the WCS Playoffs. He’s yet another regular face in the European online cups, but compared to Nerchio, he just doesn’t have the consistency to be placed in the highest echelons of the scene. For the Frenchman, advancing from the group stage should be viewed as a minimum objective.

(T)Kelazhur

It’s been a relatively unremarkable year for Kelazhur on the global scene. On the other hand, he’s been one of the scariest opponents to face in the American scene, taking the Copa America title against Cham, while being narrowly defeated by Scarlett at the Kings of the North tournament. His win rate for the year is an impressive 75%, but most of his offline matches have been smaller local tournaments, featuring mostly players from the Americas. So far Kelazhur’s success has been confined to the North and South American continents, but he’s still a rising international star. He may not be ready to take on the biggest stars just yet, but he’s gaining confidence and experience to bring his skills to the international scene. Players like MajOr and Neeb were at some point in a similar position, and Kelazhur might be looking to follow in Neeb’s footsteps.

(Z)TooDming

A veteran of the scene, and known as one of the top ZvZ players in China, TooDming tends to bring with him a very solid style of play. He’s strong at times, but usually unable to reach exceptional heights. Even so, on his home turf he might find the strength he needs to measure up against the others in his group. He was a regular on the WCS Circuit, but ultimately failed to qualify for BlizzCon. His tournament successes in 2016 have been mostly been contained within China, sharing the trait with most other Chinese players. While his results on the international scene have been middling, if he’s to gain an edge over his opponents, it’ll be due to his age and experience. We’ve usually come to expect that younger upstarts eventually overshadow the older players, but every once in a while a veteran will show how it’s done. With the end of 2016 looming on the horizon, and 2017 still unknown, what better time than now?

Predictions

Unless something goes terribly wrong, ByuN should be nailed on for first place in this group; no one should have the power to dent him without some significant cheese going down. Second place is harder to predict, but I’ll give it to Drogo.

Group B

(P)Patience

Unlike the more famous other Korean of the tournament, Patience’s year has been one of ups and downs. He’s been a player of incredible potential for a while now, but he’s just been unable to claw his way to a title. That is, until he entered HomeStory Cup XIV. Losing to Neeb twice during the group stages of BlizzCon only meant that he bounced back stronger, taking down the dreaded former KT Rolster Trio on his way to victory in Krefeld. While his record wasn’t quite perfect, it was still hugely impressive, even more so because Patience lacks the flair of some of the other superstars of the scene. He’s been gaining momentum all throughout 2016, and if he’s able keep it up, he has a real shot at another premier trophy, which seem to be in short supply these days. His advantage stems from the natural world: objects in motion tend to stay in motion.

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(P)Jieshi

An upcoming player in the Chinese scene, Jieshi has established himself as a regular face in the myriad online cups. If his results are anything to go by, he’s still trying to find his footing in the world of StarCraft. His win rate is hovering just a tad over 50 % for the year, but he’s yet to do anything of note. With the balance patch, Jieshi is precisely one of those players who might explode onto the scene from relative obscurity. He’s been around for a few years, but only diehard followers really know him, so perhaps this is the time for his big break. Of course, back in August, the last time he faced international competition on the stage, he was soundly trounced in the groups. Whether he has improved his form, remains to be seen. (E/N: As ever, I’ll pimp out

(P)Cyan

The Chinese Protoss rose to the forefront of the Chinese scene when he fought against Snute in the finals of the NEO Star League International in August. His success was relatively short-lived however, as he fell against ShoWTimE a mere month later at the Copa America International. Since then, he’s been mostly focusing on online cups. Cyan also unfortunately failed to qualify for IEM Gyonggi, though not for lack of trying. He will now be looking to prove that his second place was not just a fluke, but going up against players like Nerchio, Scarlett and Patience, the playing field is stacked against him. Just like Jieshi, however, there’s still the possiblity of an upset looming somewhere in the back of his mind. If NEO Star League was his breakout event, a good run in Yinchuan would make sure that the world takes note.

Predictions

With Nerchio and Scarlett forfeiting their spots from this group (and no re-seeding), this has become a knife fight between two Chinese players for a spot in the semifinals. Once again, our Korean here should have no trouble winning out, but I’ll give Jieshi the nod in his battle against Cyan.

It might be well beyond cliched by now, but somehow 2016 has proven itself to be a terribly crazy year. As this annus horribilis finally draws to a close, there’s still a few tournaments to enjoy. World Cyber Arena 2016 might be considered to be the penultimate tournament of the year, and funnily enough, it’s one of the few truly global premier tournaments we’ve had ever since the 2016 WCS announcement. Through six qualifiers and one wildcard spot, we’re now down to ten players (E/N: 8, as of Nerchio and Scarlett’s forfeits). They will travel to Yinchuan, China, to fight over a $40,000 prize pool over three days.What makes the event especially interesting is that it’s one of the first tournaments to showcase the recent big changes made to the game. Every single expansion has shaken the foundations of the game in a profound manner, and every single time, after the dust has settled, new players have emerged, even if only for a little while. With 2016 proving to be an especially volatile year, predicting who’s going to succeed in Yinchuan will be a herculean task. It might be tempting to just take a step back and see how it all plays out. If there’s ever a chance for one of the emerging names to shine, this is it. And let’s not forget, with players across the globe in attendance, this will be one of the rare cases to see Koreans take on the rest of the world.The tournament is split into a dual group format with round robin Bo3, with the top 2 from each group progressing to a single elimination playoff bracket. If past experience is anything to go by, there’s a very real chance of spectacular upsets and frightening surprises. Whatever the outcome, the eyes of the world will be upon them.The ByuN of 2016 has focused all his efforts on just one simple thing: a mission impossible. After a dominating victory in the second season of GSL, the One Man Army was able to plow through BlizzCon, and in a nail-biting finals, to overcome a fierce Dark. A stunning performance in a star league, and the most important trophy of the year; what more could one want? ByuN has not been resting, however, and has returned to his roots, the online cups where he learned his versatility. While notably absent from HomeStory Cup XIV, and taking some key losses against Zerg players in the VSL Teamleague, ByuN will be ravenous for the last two premier titles of the year. By all accounts he’s already in the running for the best player of the year, but a win here would be crucial in gaining an edge over Dark, undoubtedly the best performing Zerg player of the year. To be brutally honest, this is ByuN’s tournament to lose.One of the most successful and recognizable faces of the Chinese scene, iAsonu has been on the cusp of an international breakout time and time again. There’s just something impassable in the Ro16 that he’s yet to overcome on the international stage. Even so, he’s inarguably one of the best players in his country. He’s now going up against seasoned veterans of the tournament circuit like himself, and he needs to perform at top level to have a chance at the trophy. So far international success has been elusive in 2016, but perhaps now’s the time.PtitDrogo seems to be teetering on the edge once again. He took down favorites Neeb and Patience at HomeStory Cup XIV (indeed becoming the sole foreigner to take a win over a Korean during the tournament), and given his late notice of a BlizzCon spot following Polt’s forfeit, his eventual performance and victory over Snute there was pretty impressive too. There’s no doubt that he’s one of the better players in the European scene, but the only question has been showcasing his burgeoning talent on the international scene on a consistent basis. His only notable result for 2016 was winning DreamHack Leipzig back in January, yet he still managed to scrape together enough WCS points to take Polt’s place at the WCS Playoffs. He’s yet another regular face in the European online cups, but compared to Nerchio, he just doesn’t have the consistency to be placed in the highest echelons of the scene. For the Frenchman, advancing from the group stage should be viewed as a minimum objective.It’s been a relatively unremarkable year for Kelazhur on the global scene. On the other hand, he’s been one of the scariest opponents to face in the American scene, taking the Copa America title against Cham, while being narrowly defeated by Scarlett at the Kings of the North tournament. His win rate for the year is an impressive 75%, but most of his offline matches have been smaller local tournaments, featuring mostly players from the Americas. So far Kelazhur’s success has been confined to the North and South American continents, but he’s still a rising international star. He may not be ready to take on the biggest stars just yet, but he’s gaining confidence and experience to bring his skills to the international scene. Players like MajOr and Neeb were at some point in a similar position, and Kelazhur might be looking to follow in Neeb’s footsteps.A veteran of the scene, and known as one of the top ZvZ players in China, TooDming tends to bring with him a very solid style of play. He’s strong at times, but usually unable to reach exceptional heights. Even so, on his home turf he might find the strength he needs to measure up against the others in his group. He was a regular on the WCS Circuit, but ultimately failed to qualify for BlizzCon. His tournament successes in 2016 have been mostly been contained within China, sharing the trait with most other Chinese players. While his results on the international scene have been middling, if he’s to gain an edge over his opponents, it’ll be due to his age and experience. We’ve usually come to expect that younger upstarts eventually overshadow the older players, but every once in a while a veteran will show how it’s done. With the end of 2016 looming on the horizon, and 2017 still unknown, what better time than now?Unless something goes terribly wrong, ByuN should be nailed on for first place in this group; no one should have the power to dent him without some significant cheese going down. Second place is harder to predict, but I’ll give it to Drogo.Unlike the more famous other Korean of the tournament, Patience’s year has been one of ups and downs. He’s been a player of incredible potential for a while now, but he’s just been unable to claw his way to a title. That is, until he entered HomeStory Cup XIV. Losing to Neeb twice during the group stages of BlizzCon only meant that he bounced back stronger, taking down the dreaded former KT Rolster Trio on his way to victory in Krefeld. While his record wasn’t quite perfect, it was still hugely impressive, even more so because Patience lacks the flair of some of the other superstars of the scene. He’s been gaining momentum all throughout 2016, and if he’s able keep it up, he has a real shot at another premier trophy, which seem to be in short supply these days. His advantage stems from the natural world: objects in motion tend to stay in motion.An upcoming player in the Chinese scene, Jieshi has established himself as a regular face in the myriad online cups. If his results are anything to go by, he’s still trying to find his footing in the world of StarCraft. His win rate is hovering just a tad over 50 % for the year, but he’s yet to do anything of note. With the balance patch, Jieshi is precisely one of those players who might explode onto the scene from relative obscurity. He’s been around for a few years, but only diehard followers really know him, so perhaps this is the time for his big break. Of course, back in August, the last time he faced international competition on the stage, he was soundly trounced in the groups. Whether he has improved his form, remains to be seen. (E/N: As ever, I’ll pimp out this VOD from 2015 as a hilarious demonstration of his skills).The Chinese Protoss rose to the forefront of the Chinese scene when he fought against Snute in the finals of the NEO Star League International in August. His success was relatively short-lived however, as he fell against ShoWTimE a mere month later at the Copa America International. Since then, he’s been mostly focusing on online cups. Cyan also unfortunately failed to qualify for IEM Gyonggi, though not for lack of trying. He will now be looking to prove that his second place was not just a fluke, but going up against players like Nerchio, Scarlett and Patience, the playing field is stacked against him. Just like Jieshi, however, there’s still the possiblity of an upset looming somewhere in the back of his mind. If NEO Star League was his breakout event, a good run in Yinchuan would make sure that the world takes note.With Nerchio and Scarlett forfeiting their spots from this group (and no re-seeding), this has become a knife fight between two Chinese players for a spot in the semifinals. Once again, our Korean here should have no trouble winning out, but I’ll give Jieshi the nod in his battle against Cyan.

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[Update] WCA 2016 gọi tên Việt Nam – Freedom Gaming giành hạng ba chung cuộc | wca 2016 – Vietnamnhanvan

Freedom Gaming đã có những ngày thi đấu thực sự xuất sắc, thắng liên tiếp 2 đại diện của Đột Kích Châu Âu và Philippine là FlipSid3 và Pacific Ware, chỉ chịu dừng bước trước một AllGamers (Trung Quốc) quá toàn diện và chấp nhận hạng ba chung cuộc trong giải đấu WCA 2016 tại Ngân Xuyên, Trung Quốc.
Được diễn ra từ ngày 14/12 đến 17/12 tại Ngân Xuyên – Trung Quốc, WCA 2016 năm nay, quy tụ rất nhiều team Đột Kích hàng đầu thế giới như AllGame, Vici Gaming, HG (của Trung Quốc), FlipSid3 Tatics (Đại diện khu vực Châu Âu), Titans eSports (Nga). Freedom Gaming là đại diện của Việt Nam tham dự WCA 2016 lần này cùng tranh giải thưởng lên đến 250,000 Nhân dân tệ cho đội Vô Địch.

Thi đấu xuất sắc tại giải đấu Đột Kích chuyên nghiệp CFEL, Freedom Gaming đã xứng đáng giành quyền đại diện Việt Nam tham dự WCA 2016. Trước đó, Freedom Gaming đã được đích danh Tổng cục Trưởng tổng cục Thể Dục Thể Thao ký quyết định đại diện cho Việt Nam đi thi đấu ở Vòng Chung kết thế giới Đột Kích Crossfire Star (CFS) 2016 tại Tô Châu, Trung Quốc. Tuy không mang về một kết quả tốt, nhưng Freedom Gaming đã để lại trong lòng bạn bè năm châu quốc tế về một đội tuyển trẻ Việt Nam có lối chơi nhanh và hổ báo, là một đội tuyển rất đáng được kỳ vọng có thể tạo ra những đột biến mới.

Trong ngày thi đấu đầu tiên của mình tại WCA 2016, Freedom Gaming đã tạo nên một bất ngờ lớn khi giành liên tiếp 2 chiến thắng trước đại diện của Đột Kích Châu Âu và Philippine là FlipSid3 Tatics và Pacific Wara. Niềm vui chiến thắng càng được nhân lên gấp bội khi FlipSid3 là đối thủ cũ từng đánh bại Freedom Gaming 2 lần trong kỳ CFS 2016 vừa qua. Thắng dễ dàng Pacific Wara, trả được món nợ ngọt ngào cho FlipSid3, Freedom Gaming tiến thẳng vào Bán Kết với hi vọng viết giấc mơ, biến khát khao giành chiến thắng.
Tuy nhiên, trước một đối thủ quá mạnh là AllGamers – đại diện đến từ Trung Quốc, Freedom Gaming đã thể hiện rõ sự non tay trước một đội tuyển với kỹ năng và kinh nghiệm chiến trường dày dặn. Dừng bước trước AllGamers và giành giải ba chung cuộc, Freedom Gaming đã ra về với phần thưởng 65,000 Nhân Dân Tệ (Khoảng 200 triệu VNĐ). Freedom Gaming giành hạng 3 tại WCA 2016 Kết thúc WCA 2016, Vici Gaming của Trung Quốc đã giành chức vô địch. Hạng hai thuộc về AllGamers, FreedomGaming và HG đồng hạng ba. Dù không giành được chiến thắng và đi xa hơn tại WCA 2016, tuy nhiên Freedom Gaming cũng đã để lại rất nhiều dấu ấn trong giải đấu. Những vận động viên của đội tuyển đều đã thi đấu hết sức mình, kinh nghiệm và kỹ năng khi thi đấu ở những giải đấu lớn mang tầm quốc tế như WCA cũng tiến bộ rõ rệt.

Freedom Gaming đã vinh danh Đột Kích Việt Nam lên một tầm cao mới. Và chắc chắn những bài học kinh nghiệm ở WCA 2016 sẽ giúp Freedom Gaming và các đội tuyển eSports Việt Nam thi đấu tốt, đạt thứ hạng cao hơn trong các giải đấu sắp tới.
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Về giải đấu WCA 2016:
WCA 2016 được diễn ra từ ngày 14/12 đến 17/12 tại Ngân Xuyên, Trung Quốc. Đây được coi là ngày hội Olympic của thể thao điện tử thế giới. WCA 2016 Đột Kích năm nay có sự tham gia của 8 đội tuyển tới từ 6 quốc gia và vùng lãnh thổ trên thế giới. Freedom Gaming là đại diện duy nhất của Việt Nam tham gia giải lần này.
Tổng giá trị của giải thưởng của WCA 2016 lên đến 435,000 Nhân dân tệ (Khoảng 1,4Tỷ VNĐ).
Về Đột Kích:
game FPS góc nhìn thứ nhất, một sản phẩm của NPH VTC Game – Một trong những ông lớn đứng đầu làng game Việt.
Đột Kích là một tựa game bắn súng online có thể thức thi đấu phong phú cùng những chuỗi sự kiện hấp dẫn. Kết hợp hài hòa giữa lối chân thân thiện nhưng không làm mất đi bản sắc của một game eSports đỉnh cao, Đột Kích đang là một trò chơi thu hút được sự quan tâm chú ý của đông đảo cộng đồng game thủ, và các ban ngành xã hội. Những giải đấu lớn liên tục được tổ chức, đòi hỏi người chơi có trình độ cao chinh phục, Đột Kích luôn biết cách tạo ra không khí cạnh tranh khốc liệt giữa những game thủ với nhau.Click to expand…

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đã có những ngày thi đấu thực sự xuất sắc, thắng liên tiếp 2 đại diện củaChâu Âu và Philippine là FlipSid3 và Pacific Ware, chỉ chịu dừng bước trước một AllGamers (Trung Quốc) quá toàn diện và chấp nhận hạng ba chung cuộc trong giải đấu WCA 2016 tại Ngân Xuyên, Trung Quốc.Được diễn ra từ ngày 14/12 đến 17/12 tại Ngân Xuyên – Trung Quốc, WCA 2016 năm nay, quy tụ rất nhiều team Đột Kích hàng đầu thế giới như AllGame, Vici Gaming, HG (của Trung Quốc), FlipSid3 Tatics (Đại diện khu vực Châu Âu), Titans eSports (Nga). Freedom Gaming là đại diện của Việt Nam tham dự WCA 2016 lần này cùng tranh giải thưởng lên đến 250,000 Nhân dân tệ cho đội Vô Địch.Thi đấu xuất sắc tại giải đấu Đột Kích chuyên nghiệpFreedom Gaming đã xứng đáng giành quyền đại diện Việt Nam tham dựTrước đó, Freedom Gaming đã được đích danh Tổng cục Trưởng tổng cục Thể Dục Thể Thao ký quyết định đại diện cho Việt Nam đi thi đấu ở Vòng Chung kết thế giới Đột Kích Crossfire Star (CFS) 2016 tại Tô Châu, Trung Quốc. Tuy không mang về một kết quả tốt, nhưng Freedom Gaming đã để lại trong lòng bạn bè năm châu quốc tế về một đội tuyển trẻ Việt Nam có lối chơi nhanh và hổ báo, là một đội tuyển rất đáng được kỳ vọng có thể tạo ra những đột biến mới.Trong ngày thi đấu đầu tiên của mình tại WCA 2016, Freedom Gaming đã tạo nên một bất ngờ lớn khi giành liên tiếp 2 chiến thắng trước đại diện của Đột Kích Châu Âu và Philippine là FlipSid3 Tatics và Pacific Wara. Niềm vui chiến thắng càng được nhân lên gấp bội khi FlipSid3 là đối thủ cũ từng đánh bại Freedom Gaming 2 lần trong kỳ CFS 2016 vừa qua. Thắng dễ dàng Pacific Wara, trả được món nợ ngọt ngào cho FlipSid3, Freedom Gaming tiến thẳng vào Bán Kết với hi vọng viết giấc mơ, biến khát khao giành chiến thắng.Tuy nhiên, trước một đối thủ quá mạnh là AllGamers – đại diện đến từ Trung Quốc, Freedom Gaming đã thể hiện rõ sự non tay trước một đội tuyển với kỹ năng và kinh nghiệm chiến trường dày dặn. Dừng bước trước AllGamers và giành giải ba chung cuộc, Freedom Gaming đã ra về với phần thưởng 65,000 Nhân Dân Tệ (Khoảng 200 triệu VNĐ).Kết thúc WCA 2016, Vici Gaming của Trung Quốc đã giành chức vô địch. Hạng hai thuộc về AllGamers, FreedomGaming và HG đồng hạng ba. Dù không giành được chiến thắng và đi xa hơn tại WCA 2016, tuy nhiên Freedom Gaming cũng đã để lại rất nhiều dấu ấn trong giải đấu. Những vận động viên của đội tuyển đều đã thi đấu hết sức mình, kinh nghiệm và kỹ năng khi thi đấu ở những giải đấu lớn mang tầm quốc tế như WCA cũng tiến bộ rõ rệt.Freedom Gaming đã vinh danh Đột Kích Việt Nam lên một tầm cao mới. Và chắc chắn những bài học kinh nghiệm ở WCA 2016 sẽ giúp Freedom Gaming và các đội tuyển eSports Việt Nam thi đấu tốt, đạt thứ hạng cao hơn trong các giải đấu sắp tới.Trang chủ: http://dotkich.vtcgame.vn Trang sự kiện: http://dotkich.vtcgame.vn/sukien WCA 2016 được diễn ra từ ngày 14/12 đến 17/12 tại Ngân Xuyên, Trung Quốc. Đây được coi là ngày hội Olympic của thể thao điện tử thế giới. WCA 2016 Đột Kích năm nay có sự tham gia của 8 đội tuyển tới từ 6 quốc gia và vùng lãnh thổ trên thế giới. Freedom Gaming là đại diện duy nhất của Việt Nam tham gia giải lần này.Tổng giá trị của giải thưởng của WCA 2016 lên đến 435,000 Nhân dân tệ (Khoảng 1,4Tỷ VNĐ).Về Đột Kích:góc nhìn thứ nhất, một sản phẩm của NPH VTC Game – Một trong những ông lớn đứng đầu làng game Việt.Đột Kích là một tựa game bắn súng online có thể thức thi đấu phong phú cùng những chuỗi sự kiện hấp dẫn. Kết hợp hài hòa giữa lối chân thân thiện nhưng không làm mất đi bản sắc của một game eSports đỉnh cao, Đột Kích đang là một trò chơi thu hút được sự quan tâm chú ý của đông đảo cộng đồng game thủ, và các ban ngành xã hội. Những giải đấu lớn liên tục được tổ chức, đòi hỏi người chơi có trình độ cao chinh phục, Đột Kích luôn biết cách tạo ra không khí cạnh tranh khốc liệt giữa những game thủ với nhau.Click to expand…


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Funny Moments In Crossfire Philippines Part 15


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