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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Deadaim in vVv BuLLeT #Truth   
    For me MLG events were never about social experiences, and the only life changing experiences were playing on mainstage in front of a crowd. I went to MLG events to win, I was willing to sacrifice countless hours of my childhood for that chance of becoming immortalized in MLG history. Now a days I don't compete anymore, but I still have that drive to win.
     
    You see the roots of vVv Gaming differently than I do. I see the roots as an exclusive community for top gamers to compete. I will never forget what Jerry said in a meeting on mumble, "I created vVv Gaming because I hated playing with people that suck." This honestly just isn't the place for me right now. I will always be around and willing to help the CoD division out with any ideas and questions.
     
    Also, my organization has picked up two of the top amateur in CS:GO with no guarantee for money, products, or travel. They have the same classic vVv drive to win that I have, and they are performing well and favored to be pro next season. We are doing our damned best to run down sponsors and create a fruitful environment for our players. If a bigger org comes in and buys them, they will have to pay us. With that money we will be able to provide more for the next team, etc. All we want is to help create a winning environment with teams, when they win we win, and that is what I wanted with vVv.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from B Easy in vVv BuLLeT #Truth   
    For me MLG events were never about social experiences, and the only life changing experiences were playing on mainstage in front of a crowd. I went to MLG events to win, I was willing to sacrifice countless hours of my childhood for that chance of becoming immortalized in MLG history. Now a days I don't compete anymore, but I still have that drive to win.
     
    You see the roots of vVv Gaming differently than I do. I see the roots as an exclusive community for top gamers to compete. I will never forget what Jerry said in a meeting on mumble, "I created vVv Gaming because I hated playing with people that suck." This honestly just isn't the place for me right now. I will always be around and willing to help the CoD division out with any ideas and questions.
     
    Also, my organization has picked up two of the top amateur in CS:GO with no guarantee for money, products, or travel. They have the same classic vVv drive to win that I have, and they are performing well and favored to be pro next season. We are doing our damned best to run down sponsors and create a fruitful environment for our players. If a bigger org comes in and buys them, they will have to pay us. With that money we will be able to provide more for the next team, etc. All we want is to help create a winning environment with teams, when they win we win, and that is what I wanted with vVv.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Starman in vVv BuLLeT #Truth   
    When I joined vVv Gaming, I was joining an esports organization focused on providing its members with every opportunity possible to become a professional player in their game. When I joined vVv Gaming, I was joining an elite brilliant group of gamers because only 10% of people make it in. I was joining an organization with tournament wins across multiple consoles and continents. I was joining an organization that had people flocking to listen to its leaders on an esports podcast. Now I feel like I am in some pub clan, scraping the bottom and accepting anybody that is willing to give them attention. I am in an organization that tried to push competitive in the beginning of 2014 and heard backlash from its members because “we shouldn’t discriminate by skill level,” probably because they fucking suck. Now in 2015 we are a “social competitive” community, what the fuck is that? Now after all of this I am sure some people on staff are like, WHAT IS YOUR SOLUTION?. WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM?  My solution is leaving and helping build the best eSports Organization possible.
    Much love to Natural, Buzz, Bizkit, and the realest sKippy.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from B Easy in vVv BuLLeT #Truth   
    What happened to this?
    http://www.vvv-gaming.com/hall-of-fame
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from B Easy in vVv BuLLeT #Truth   
    When I joined vVv Gaming, I was joining an esports organization focused on providing its members with every opportunity possible to become a professional player in their game. When I joined vVv Gaming, I was joining an elite brilliant group of gamers because only 10% of people make it in. I was joining an organization with tournament wins across multiple consoles and continents. I was joining an organization that had people flocking to listen to its leaders on an esports podcast. Now I feel like I am in some pub clan, scraping the bottom and accepting anybody that is willing to give them attention. I am in an organization that tried to push competitive in the beginning of 2014 and heard backlash from its members because “we shouldn’t discriminate by skill level,” probably because they fucking suck. Now in 2015 we are a “social competitive” community, what the fuck is that? Now after all of this I am sure some people on staff are like, WHAT IS YOUR SOLUTION?. WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM?  My solution is leaving and helping build the best eSports Organization possible.
    Much love to Natural, Buzz, Bizkit, and the realest sKippy.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Xero Envy in F3AR Competitive Gaming   
    Hey man to be honest we aren't looking to sponsor any teams right now, especially ones with no competitive background, we don't even accept member really unless they are around 16. My suggestion would be to try competitive out on gamebattles. Then save some lunch money and buy paypal packs from 7-11 for tournament credits. That is what I did at your age and it worked quite well. You don't need a sponsor to play competitively. Good luck my man, I love your passion.
     
    Just a side note, I would change your name considering the name F3AR would just get you laughed at. There have been hundreds of teams named that, and everybody just thinks they copied the old school TeaM FeaR.
     
    I don't do this often, but I am getting a xbox one again soon to play competitively in Ghosts and if you want to add me I will help you out vVv BuLLeTx. I like your passion and that you seem like a smart kid. I have been playing competitively for many years and I could help out you guys.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from jiggy in vVv Jiggs on front page of LoL Reddit   
    http://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/26vtn2/one_for_all_yasuo_symphony/ she is in the end of the video
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from keykat in vVv Jiggs on front page of LoL Reddit   
    http://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/26vtn2/one_for_all_yasuo_symphony/ she is in the end of the video
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from InG buck in inGenius Minds - Call of Duty: Ghosts   
    jumpee can u include the questions as well. I haven't memorized all the questions in a row lol
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from subs0nik in BLADE QUEEN LISSANDRA SPLASH   
    looks like it is out of Pan's Labyrinth 
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from BiRCHY CH in Levitate - Call of Duty: Ghosts Sponsorship Application   
    Hackers or no hackers. In order to be a competitive team you have to be hungry for pro points.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from iiMPaCT in iiMPaKT (Ryan)'s App   
    I have teamed with impakt on and off for years. He is a great player and is a smart dude.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from B Easy in sponsor request   
    That was the least amount of effort I have ever seen in a sponsorship request. If you are really serious about this, have your team apply for our community and work your way up from there, because posts like this just aren't going to fly around here or anywhere.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Minotaur in Behind The Player: Interview with vVv SiDRoC   
    Behind The Player: Interview with vVv SiDRoC
    Name: Joe Rauth
    Age: 26
     
    I had some time to sit down with one of the long time legends of Call of Duty, vVv SiDRoC, and pick at some of his enormous amounts of experience in the Call of Duty scene as well as his thoughts on the new Call of Duty: Ghosts.
     
     

     
     
    What was the first Call of Duty game you played competitively?
     
     
    What do you feel in the past 8 years was your greatest success as a Call of Duty player?
     
     
    Are there any lessons that you could share that would benefit young players?
     
     
    Since Call of Duty: Ghosts just came out I am compelled to ask you what you think of it, casually and competitively?
     
     
     

    SiDRoC and the vVv CoD team in action
     
     
    With MLG Columbus coming so fast after the release of Ghosts and a ruleset that is changing daily, how do you feel vVv will be able to adapt to the ever changing gameplay?
     
     
    Now that we have the team out of the way, I want to know how you are fairing in this new game? What gun are you using, is it difficult for you to adjust to such a different type of Call of Duty?
     
     
    I have to ask this at the end of every interview before an event. What do you see vVv placing?
     
     
     

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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Dutch in Behind The Player: Interview with vVv SiDRoC   
    Behind The Player: Interview with vVv SiDRoC
    Name: Joe Rauth
    Age: 26
     
    I had some time to sit down with one of the long time legends of Call of Duty, vVv SiDRoC, and pick at some of his enormous amounts of experience in the Call of Duty scene as well as his thoughts on the new Call of Duty: Ghosts.
     
     

     
     
    What was the first Call of Duty game you played competitively?
     
     
    What do you feel in the past 8 years was your greatest success as a Call of Duty player?
     
     
    Are there any lessons that you could share that would benefit young players?
     
     
    Since Call of Duty: Ghosts just came out I am compelled to ask you what you think of it, casually and competitively?
     
     
     

    SiDRoC and the vVv CoD team in action
     
     
    With MLG Columbus coming so fast after the release of Ghosts and a ruleset that is changing daily, how do you feel vVv will be able to adapt to the ever changing gameplay?
     
     
    Now that we have the team out of the way, I want to know how you are fairing in this new game? What gun are you using, is it difficult for you to adjust to such a different type of Call of Duty?
     
     
    I have to ask this at the end of every interview before an event. What do you see vVv placing?
     
     
     

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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from vVv Arkaine in Behind The Player: Interview with vVv SiDRoC   
    Behind The Player: Interview with vVv SiDRoC
    Name: Joe Rauth
    Age: 26
     
    I had some time to sit down with one of the long time legends of Call of Duty, vVv SiDRoC, and pick at some of his enormous amounts of experience in the Call of Duty scene as well as his thoughts on the new Call of Duty: Ghosts.
     
     

     
     
    What was the first Call of Duty game you played competitively?
     
     
    What do you feel in the past 8 years was your greatest success as a Call of Duty player?
     
     
    Are there any lessons that you could share that would benefit young players?
     
     
    Since Call of Duty: Ghosts just came out I am compelled to ask you what you think of it, casually and competitively?
     
     
     

    SiDRoC and the vVv CoD team in action
     
     
    With MLG Columbus coming so fast after the release of Ghosts and a ruleset that is changing daily, how do you feel vVv will be able to adapt to the ever changing gameplay?
     
     
    Now that we have the team out of the way, I want to know how you are fairing in this new game? What gun are you using, is it difficult for you to adjust to such a different type of Call of Duty?
     
     
    I have to ask this at the end of every interview before an event. What do you see vVv placing?
     
     
     

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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Nyx in vVv Dinner - Who's going?   
    I'll be there
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Soap in MLG Columbus, November 22 - 24   
    Probably tripped an old lady with his metalfoot
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Nyx in vVv Dinner - Who's going?   
    buca di beppo makes me fuzzy inside. that place is the shit
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Dutch in Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Wolf   
    Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Wolf
    Name: Brennen Lockhart
    Age: 18
     
    vVv Wolf is the last remaining pro team member left from the UMG atLANta team(5th place) and is competing this weekend with vVv BURNSOFF, vVv NIfty, and vVv Sureshot with the 8th seed at UMG Dallas. I had sometime to speak with him over the phone before he left for dallas for another Behind the Player Interview.
     

    From left to right. Legend, Wolf, Folsom, Sham
     
    What was your first Call of Duty?
     
     
     
     
    What was the biggest difference for you playing on LAN?
     
     
     
     
    Going into UMG Dallas what do you think u need to improve on the most and what do you think you are strongest at?
     
     
     
     

     
    When are you going to start streaming?
     
     
     
     
    Why do you think streaming and videos are important on top of being a player?
     
     
     
    That’s Awesome
     
     
     
     
    What do you guys think you are going to place at Dallas?
     
     
     
     
    You heard it here, Wolf guarantees a top 4 finish at UMG Dallas. We wish our team luck at the next event. You can check back tomorrow for the UMG Event Page and full details on the vVv team at the Event.
     
     

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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from IRGRL in Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Wolf   
    Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Wolf
    Name: Brennen Lockhart
    Age: 18
     
    vVv Wolf is the last remaining pro team member left from the UMG atLANta team(5th place) and is competing this weekend with vVv BURNSOFF, vVv NIfty, and vVv Sureshot with the 8th seed at UMG Dallas. I had sometime to speak with him over the phone before he left for dallas for another Behind the Player Interview.
     

    From left to right. Legend, Wolf, Folsom, Sham
     
    What was your first Call of Duty?
     
     
     
     
    What was the biggest difference for you playing on LAN?
     
     
     
     
    Going into UMG Dallas what do you think u need to improve on the most and what do you think you are strongest at?
     
     
     
     

     
    When are you going to start streaming?
     
     
     
     
    Why do you think streaming and videos are important on top of being a player?
     
     
     
    That’s Awesome
     
     
     
     
    What do you guys think you are going to place at Dallas?
     
     
     
     
    You heard it here, Wolf guarantees a top 4 finish at UMG Dallas. We wish our team luck at the next event. You can check back tomorrow for the UMG Event Page and full details on the vVv team at the Event.
     
     

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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from Soap in Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Nifty   
    Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Nifty
    Name: Noah Francis
    Age: 15
     
    I had some time to sit down with the future great vVv Nifty. Nifty has shown to the Call of Duty community that he is one of the best upcoming talents. Nifty is the type of player that vVv loves to work with, he is bursting with talent and has the passion to utilize it.
     

     
    How old were you when you went to your first LAN and what game was it?
     
     
    Is this your first competitive title or have you been playing competitve CoD in past years online?
     
     
    What did you notice as the biggest difference between going from playing online to LAN?
     
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDD4GV6FE0U
     
    Going into UMG Dallas what do you feel you need to personally improve on?
     
     
    Going into UMG Dallas what do you feel is your strongest attribute, can be in game or out?
     
     
    With Ghosts right around the corner what are some of your future personal goals?
     
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP3cQ8xiJv4
     
    Aside from just being a player why is it important to you to be a successful streamer and a youtuber?
     
     
     
    We here at vVv are so proud to have such an aspiring player like Nifty representing our brand and we look forward to seeing him reach all of the goals he sets before him.
     

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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from B Easy in Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Nifty   
    Behind The Player: Interview with vVv Nifty
    Name: Noah Francis
    Age: 15
     
    I had some time to sit down with the future great vVv Nifty. Nifty has shown to the Call of Duty community that he is one of the best upcoming talents. Nifty is the type of player that vVv loves to work with, he is bursting with talent and has the passion to utilize it.
     

     
    How old were you when you went to your first LAN and what game was it?
     
     
    Is this your first competitive title or have you been playing competitve CoD in past years online?
     
     
    What did you notice as the biggest difference between going from playing online to LAN?
     
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDD4GV6FE0U
     
    Going into UMG Dallas what do you feel you need to personally improve on?
     
     
    Going into UMG Dallas what do you feel is your strongest attribute, can be in game or out?
     
     
    With Ghosts right around the corner what are some of your future personal goals?
     
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP3cQ8xiJv4
     
    Aside from just being a player why is it important to you to be a successful streamer and a youtuber?
     
     
     
    We here at vVv are so proud to have such an aspiring player like Nifty representing our brand and we look forward to seeing him reach all of the goals he sets before him.
     

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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from NaturaL in Capped Application   
    Let's stop saying that we agree with Natural. I am sure he understands.
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    vVv BuLLeT got a reaction from IRGRL in Female League of Legends Characters Banned at an Iranian Tournament   
    League of Legends' female characters wear revealing outfits—too revealing for Iranian hardliners. And thus, too revealing for an Iranian eSports tournament.
    According to Iran's World Cyber Games Facebook page (via LoL Forums), the tournament has banned female League of Legends characters. They were banned to comply with Iranian customs.
    The following League of Legends characters (or "champions" in LoL lingo) have apparently been banned: Ahri, Akali, Ashe, Caitlyn, Cassiopia, Diana, Elise, Evelyn, Fiora, Irelia, Janna, Karma, Katarina, Kayle, Leblanc, Leona, Lissandra, Lulu, Lux, Miss Fortune, Morgana, Nami, Nidalee, Oriana, Quinn, Riven, Sejuani, Shyvana, Sivir, Sona, Soraka, Syndra, Tristana, Vayne, Vi, and Zyra.
    So... that's pretty much all of the game's female characters, no? This is essentially like removing half the pieces from chess. These characters are essential to gameplay and strategy. Banning them completely changes the game.
    These characters, however, are currently under consideration for tournament play in Iran: Diana, Fiora, Karma (only traditional skin), Kayle, Leona, Lissandra, Lulu, Lux, Nami, Quinn, Sejuani, Tristana, and Vayne.
    The Facebook post listing the specific banned female characters has since become unavailable. The League of Legends forums still have a translation of the Facebook post.
    In the comments of this now deleted post, WGC Iran wrote that if they don't comply, limitations would be put on the event, and organizers could even be forced to can the event.
    However, there is still a WGC Iran Facebook post mentioning how the tournament organizers must follow the rules of Iran regarding League of Legends and that they are working with the government to find a solution.
    Reza Babaei, the WCG Iran event coordinator, told Kotaku that the event organizers have been talking with the Iranian government for the past two months. The government agreed to permit tournament play of LoL, a game that, according to Babei, is "banned" in Iran, but only under certain conditions.
    The tournament is scheduled to take place between September 12 and September 16. However, Babaei said organizers are still in talks with the government, so that's only if everything works out.
    WCG Iran told Kotaku it was an official World Cyber Games tournament, while the LoL Forums are calling it "unofficial." Kotaku is following up with WCG.com.
     
    Source: http://kotaku.com/female-league-of-legends-characters-banned-at-an-irania-1213754332

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