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The 2013 MLG season is officially underway and vVv.CoD made a strong statement at the Winter Championship in Dallas by taking third place! While on the road to MLG Dallas, the team focused on MLG pro scrims instead of grinding on the ladder, and this decision paid off as the team earned the #3 seed heading into the event. With this seed they started the tournament in an early Saturday morning match against FaZe. vVv.CoD vs. FaZe in Championship Bracket Round 1 vVv.CoD would be no stranger to photo finishes throughout the weekend and this trend started in their first match. While playing Hardpoint on Raid, vVv Realize grabbed a two piece in the last seconds of the game to secure a one point victory with the score of 214-213! vVv rode this momentum forward and swept FaZe 3-0 in their series. http://youtu.be/jEBAnR6oqVQ Game One of vVv vs. FaZe ends in a one point victory! Round Two of the event pitted vVv.CoD against Curse Gaming with the chance to attend the Call of Duty Championship on the line. The conclusion of this series was voted one of the top plays of the MLG Winter Championship when the third map was played to a double overtime in CTF on Raid. A mistake almost cost vVv the match as Curse Apathy attempted to cap a flag for the win. At the last possible second, a clutch lightning strike from vVv Realize set up a counter cap from vVv Theory to win the series and guarantee the team a trip to Hollywood for the Call of Duty Championship. http://youtu.be/FIuWBoXqxh4 Game Three of vVv vs. Curse ends with one of the most incredible plays in Black Ops 2 history! In the next round our team was knocked to the Loser's Bracket by MLG Champions Fariko.Impact, but vVv bounced back to eliminate tournament favorites EnVyUs and CompLexity in their following matches. In the Loser's Bracket finals the team was defeated by Unite, but took a 3rd place finish and a $7,000 prize purse home with them. The team now looks to train for their trip to Hollywood in two weeks for the Call of Duty Championship where $1,000,000 will be on the line. Stay tuned to vVv Social Media for updates on our team as they prepare for the upcoming tournament! vVv.CoD - vVv Theory, vVv Realize, vVv PapaRealize, vVv Replays, and vVv CompleX About vVv Gaming vVv Gaming is a competitive video game organization with a dynamic and vibrant community. Top players and upcoming talent from numerous video games flock to vVv to have an experience best summed up by our motto: Entertain.Educate.Dominate. With entertaining podcasts, educational articles about teamwork, competition and strategy and dominating finishes at major tournaments around the world, we deliver unparalleled value to anyone interested in competitive video gaming.
I highly recommend everyone spend some time looking at these for guidance and inspiration, and also if you were interested in how our players did at the event you can track their games here. http://www.majorleaguegaming.com/news/get-providence-starcraft-2-replays-now
So I was thinking about documenting our matches in any tournaments, for example like the Open ESL matches and scrims we have with any high elo team. I was thinking about recording our matches, having each of us record/stream the match from our perspective and then during the week or something we could pool the videos together and go over what went wrong and what went right during the matches. Then we can put together a video of clips consisting of our mistakes and epic plays and we can elaborate on our plays and continue to improve on our game play as individual players and as a team. Then at the end of the week we can put the completed video up of each match up to share with the vVv community. Let me know what you think about this idea and any feedback you have. Thanks, vVv Rolos