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Betting stuff linked on the site (7 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 05:05 CDT, 4 October 2019 - iMsg
Yea I know it's so cheap! I'm testing some SEO stuff out...
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What are the best CSGO gambling sites in 2019? (No comments, locked)
Posted by Sujoy @ 04:45 CDT, 4 October 2019 - iMsg
Finding the best CSGO gambling sites in 2019 is not that easy. CSGO gambling has had a chequered past to say the least, with many sites being shut down and penalised because of illegal activity.

There is clearly a demand among some Counter-Strike lovers to bet on their favourite game but for the sector to be sustainable long-term, CSGO gambling sites must comply with the laws - primarily for the safety and security of esports fans but also for the sake of themselves.

Is CSGO gambling still legal?

The good news for esports fans is that there are plenty of CSGO gambling sites offering a legal and safe place for players to bet on the greatest first-person shooter ever made.

But, before we delve into those CSGO gambling sites, let's take a look at what betting on Counter-Strike is all about.

Why gamble on CSGO?

Just like fans of any other sport, many lovers of esports like to have a flutter on their favourite games. Fans who enjoy CSGO gambling like to place bets to add an extra layer of fun to the experience, while others enjoy using their in-depth knowledge of the complex metagame and varied tactical outcomes to potentially turn a profit from an already pleasurable experience, watching their favourite esport.

What makes CSGO unique among the tier-one games is the simplicity of the esport, especially at the beginning, with no heroes or abilities to learn, and very little jargon to keep new fans at the gates. Aligned with the fact everyone has either played or seen a first-person shooter, and therefore understands the fundamentals of what they are seeing, it makes CSGO not just the perfect beginner esport, but also a game with virtually infinite depth when it comes to gambling.

With near-constant play all year round and two Majors to enjoy, CSGO also has a fantastic spread of reliable top-level play for you to bet on at all points in the year, with amazing tournament organisers across the globe. Be it Blast, ESL, FACEIT, DreamHack or some other group, there is almost always an elite tournament on every weekend, and the professionalism of the scene is arguably unrivalled in esports, meaning you can trust the worldís best with your hard-earned specie when you do decide to gamble on CSGO.

Find CSGO matches

Getting into CSGO couldnít be easier, with Twitch offering content under the CSGO tab, and both YouTube and Facebook streaming free content at times. The scene is also blessed with some amazing content creators who will teach you the game at every level, so you can learn everything from the basics to complex executes and site timings with just a click of a button.

The vast majority of high-level play is broadcast, for free, on Twitch though, and by going to you can find out what is starting when at virtually any event you please. A great place to find schedules for upcoming matches as well as live streams is the Luckbox CSGO matches page, where you can enjoy the best esports has to offer from around the world in the comfort and safety of a fully regulated site.

What are the best CSGO gambling sites in 2019?

The following operators are reputable CSGO gambling sites but bear in mind that not all will be available in your part of the world.

1. Luckbox
2. Bet365
3. Rivalry
4. Betway
5. Pinnacle
6. Unibet
7. GG.bet
8. 1XBet
9. Blinkpool
10. Unikrn

All licensed and, therefore, legal betting sites require customers to be at least 18 years old.

Also, look out for esports bookmakers who are members of the Esports Integrity Coalistion (ESIC) - this is a good sign that they are responsible operators.

Another word of caution - when you see a site promoting X or Y gambling operator, keep in mind they wonít always be doing it out of the goodness of their hearts. Affiliate deals mean a partner is paid for every user that clicks on an advert and places a bet, so it is in their interest to encourage you to bet with their partner, even if that isnít actually the best option or price.

Free bets, bonuses and codes

There are several of CSGO gambling sites with codes to offer new and existing players a bonus such as free bets, free cash or another incentive to sign up. They say nothing comes for free and these offers usually come with a caveat such as minimum deposit or wagering requirements.

Typical types of betting offers include:

1. No-deposit offer - just sign up to get the bonus
2. Free bets - credit in your account you can bet with but not withdraw
3. Free cash - credit in your account you can withdraw after betting once

Free bets commonly require multiple wagering (for example 10x the amount) before any winnings can be withdrawn. Free cash can usually be withdrawn after being bet once. This is required by most regulators to prevent money laundering. Always check the terms and conditions on any betting offer and contact support if you are unsure.

Almost every site will offer you some kind of free bet or bonus to create an account with them, but remember you donít have to limit yourself to a single site or bookmaker. Taking advantage of the best offers and bets will maximise your chances of having the best and most productive betting experience, although, obviously, we have to recommend Luckbox as your first port of call.

What can you bet on?

The best CSGO gambling sites offer fans plenty of choices on every Counter-Strike game. A typical CSGO match at Luckbox allows fans to bet on

1. Match result - who will win the match?
2. Correct score - the result of the match, for example 2-1 or 2-0 in a best-of-three.
3. Map winner - who will win map 1, who wins map 2?
4. Total maps - will there be two maps or three maps in a best-of-three?
5. Total rounds in a given map - will the number of rounds in map one be higher or lower than a given number?
6. Handicap betting - will team A win with a plus or minus maps headstart?
7. Race to 5 or 10 rounds - who will get to 5 rounds or 10 rounds in a given map?
8. Overtime - will a given map go to overtime?

Events and teams

As we said, there is CSGO pretty-much 24/7 in 2019, from streamers to tournaments and everything in between, and both male and female events take place at the professional level.

However, itís the bigger prize pools that attract the best teams and biggest crowds, and in 2019 we have a great selection of tournament across the globe to catch your eye.

Weíve already seen a Major in Katowice and some incredible action from places as far-flung as Sydney and Dallas, while Blast Pro have taken us to areas that arenít traditionally as into the game, like Madrid. In the near future there is ESLís Pro League Finals from Montpellier, with $600,000 on the line, then we go to the Cathedral of Counter-Strike in Cologne for ESLís jewel in the crown, and the sceneís only Ďunofficialí Major, ESL One Cologne.

Of course, there is still another proper Major to come as well, and it is the German fans who are blessed this year with the news that Berlin, and Starladder will be bringing them the second $1m event of the year. As you can see, if youíre getting into CSGO today there is still a massive amount to look forward to in 2019, even with all the great stuff youíve already missed.
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Is that an advert I see? (21 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 02:15 CDT, 4 July 2019 - iMsg
Yep, I put a link to my esports betting website at the top of ESReality. Damn power is going to my head!

I was looking at the analytics of this site recently and thought it was worth a try to improve the domain authority over at Luckbox and help push some of my marketing campaigns there.

I'll likely do some different things with it to annoy people less - maybe a button to make it disappear etc. I haven't put a lot of thought into it yet.

Hopefully this doesn't offend too many people. Feedback appreciated.
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Talk to Thorin: Sujoy on the Early Days of Esports and Media (16 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 09:27 CDT, 2 June 2018 - iMsg
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Sujoy interview about Quake and esports (11 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 11:42 CDT, 31 May 2017 - iMsg
Shameless self promotion!

https://issuu.com/ggmagazineuk/docs/final_pro...ne_-_ellio

Pages 36-40

The magazine is a dissertation project but I quite like how the interview game out.
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Anyone have £300 spare for Diabotical? (60 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 10:46 CDT, 3 August 2016 - iMsg
Hello ESR. I really haven't visited much in the last ten years, hope you're doing well. I did help keep the server running so there is that. I mostly fobbed off the moderation requests so if you emailed me asking to ban someone, sorry that I didn't do it.

It seems there might be a really good reason to visit this site more, particularly if Diabotical gets traction and builds a real community of gamers. I've been lucky enough to try out the game a few times, and I do genuinely believe it can be successful. The GD Studio, despite being rampant trolls and jokers, have actually built an impressive game and I love the attitude they've taken going into this project. They've made good decisions on gameplay and there's no-one else I'd want designing the esports portion of the game.

So if you haven't already done so, please check out the Kickstarter page and pledge something towards what will be a brilliant game.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/84288219...-gd-studio

Also if you have £300 spare, please go buy my experience where you get 2 hours of special Sujoy time. I'll also sweeten the pot with whatever I can think of (ESR status?) just because I don't want to be the only person left at the auction that no-one bid for.

Finally, I've bought a package for ESR so we can get some custom graphics into the game. What would you like to see in an ESR skin or tag?
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Played some Reborn (1 comment, locked)
Posted by Sujoy @ 13:32 CDT, 5 May 2014 - iMsg
Played some Reborn today. Engine was solid.
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Pebble watch (24 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 09:06 CDT, 27 August 2013 - iMsg
My Pebble watch just arrived today (I'm not cool enough for kickstarter). I keep looking at it waiting for something amazing to happen. Maybe I missed the point. I'll give it a few weeks to see if it's actually useful, or if it just means I have no excuse to ignore phone calls.

Made an ESR watch face for giggles:
http://www.watchface-generator.de/watchfaces/20130827/esreality/
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Thoughts on the ZOWIE AM (50 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 14:41 CST, 30 December 2012 - iMsg
I recently whined that my trusty old Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical 1.1a was letting me down, and someone from ZOWIE got in touch to see if I wanted to try out one of their mice. My first reaction was to politely refuse. In the past Iíve built what was probably the most rigorous mouse testing apparatus the world had ever seen. Yes, I spent months testing mice. I almost certainly didnít have a girlfriend at the time. So to write a mouse review based purely on playing games with it seemed trite. The equipment was thrown out years ago and thereís no way I was building it all again. Most gaming mice out today have sensors that are brilliant and outperform the pitiful human on the end of them, so thereís no need to try and work out their top speeds anyway. The only limiting factor these days is the bleary-eyed gamer failing to hit mouse1 in time. The guy from ZOWIE wouldnít take no for an answer though. He really wanted me to try out his mouse and was being far too nice about it. In the end I thought Iíd give it a whirl and see what the kids are playing with these days. I'm calling this my Thoughts on the ZOWIE AM, since I can't really call this a review.


But why would I whine about the legendary WMO1.1a? Sacrilege I hear you gasp. That is, those of you who are not hypnotised by shiny packaging and don't gawp at boxes that are full of numbers. I got my hands on a new PC and 120Hz monitor recently and suddenly gaming was awesome again. For the past 5 years Iíve only been playing on laptop PCs at 60Hz and the low framerate made everything else seem quite insignificant. At 60fps, the average delay of the screen is high enough to make mouse performance pretty much irrelevant. In particular I had been playing with my mouse polling at the default 125Hz and didnít really notice. When I plugged in my shiny new 120Hz monitor it was like being able to breath properly again. Playing at 120fps is just so much better you feel foolish for ever not doing it. Suddenly I noticed that my mouse was slightly delayed. I tried to whack up the polling rate on the mouse, but I just couldnít find a way of doing it in Windows 8. So I was stuck, which led to whining, which led to a ZOWIE AM-FG arriving a few days ago.


I was given a choice of mouse, so it was natural for me to pick one similar in shape to the WMO. The AM is almost identical in overall shape, if a little more pleasing to the eye. My only niggle was that the edges taper outwards very slightly making the grip feel precarious. I wouldnít say it was hard to hold, but the WMO inward taper seems to be much more sensible for when you need to pick up and reposition the mouse. The body is a glossy plastic but the surface is actually quite grippy. Itís also glitters in the light. I donít mind the glitter, especially at this time of year, but it seems a strange finish for the material. Maybe itís just the natural backlash to the black rubberised texture and crazy light show on most gaming peripherals on the market. Ok Iíll give you that ZOWIE, youíre breaking new ground by not being me-too-geek. I think you might regret the glitter after Christmas though.


There are buttons galore! I guess you have to have buttons everywhere these days. I donít use them personally but I suppose itís another number to put on the box. Thereís the usual left and right click, wheel and two additional buttons on either side. Thankfully they donít get in the way for anyone that doesnít want them, and I even started using the thumb button as a push-to-talk so at least one of them turned out to be useful.


Finally the feet - thereís basically a top foot and huge bottom foot. Seems like quite a lot of foot when you look at it, but the teflon slides nicely so the end result is medium drag on an average cloth mousepad. Pretty much exactly what I wanted.

Plug in the mouse and it fires up at a default 450dpi and 1000Hz. Lovely! It feels like the mouse cursor is zooming off before I move the mouse. I guess thatís the effect of getting used to mouse lag, when itís gone it feels like your computer is anticipating what you want. Weird at first, but a definite improvement. Best of all, you are not required to install any additional drivers. You just plug it in and off you go. I love hardware that does that. Maybe Iím obsessive but Iím guessing a lot of gamers feel the same way and donít want to have any bloat on their systems. Itís easy to change the settings. Thereís a sensitivity button on the base that toggles through 450, 1150 and 2300dpi. You can even change the polling rate by holding down various buttons before plugging in the USB cable.

On to the important bit now. How does it play? Iíd love to tell you that it improved by frag count by 20%, but I didnít have any statisticians around to monitor the results. All I can say is that itís an absolute pleasure to play Quake Live at 125fps on a 120Hz monitor with a mouse that does exactly what itís meant to, and this mouse does what it says on the box without any fuss. The truth of the matter is that there are a lot of really good gaming mice out there. Youíd have a hard time finding a bad mouse. If you have somehow got your hands on a bad mouse, then youíll probably love the switch to a Zowie AM-FG. If you like glitter, youíre also in luck. I really quite like this mouse personally and if you're comfortable with the ambidextrous shape you'll also be happy with one of these. But if I found a hack to get my WMO running at 1000Hz in Windows 8 I would probably just stick with it. I'm loyal like that.

Update: I've been told that ZOWIE make several versions of this AM mouse, some of which do infact have black rubberised finishes. So you manly gamers out there can get one without the glitter.
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Sujoy in Gamescom: Day 2 (41 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 04:51 CDT, 19 August 2012 - iMsg
I write this journal with bleary eyes, nausea and a splitting headache. A successful Saturday night all round.

Gamescom is big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind- bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist's, but that's just peanuts to space. I mean Gamescom. My hotel is pretty close the South entrance, but it's a long hike to get to each hall. Publishers are showing off new games as you'd expect and the audience are lapping it up. I'm not all that interested in seeing game trailers so I skip most of the halls and march off in search of Carmac.

The ESL area of Hall 9 is big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely... well you get the idea. I arrive fairly early at 10am but the League of Legends audience has already packed out every seat of their stage two hours before the first game is due to start. Esports seems to have gone mental here. I have watched LoL in the past but I don't really get it. I have to figure that non-Quakers watching Quake feel the same way. Next door to League of Legends is the Starcraft 2 stage. While I know very little about SC2 at least it's slightly familiar, so I sidle over to a more comfortable game. The stage configuration is good. Players wear in-ear headphones and construction headphones on top to isolate themselves from the commentary. The commentators are at the back of the audience to create some atmosphere when their camera is on. I like the way they have two tag-teams of commentantators to keep the energy up. The audience seem to love the whole show.

As the crowd part Carmac finally appeared.



The guy is basically running the IEM now. And yea he's still Carmac, at least to me because I still haven't figured out how to pronounce Michal. Is it Mi-kal? Michael? Carmac is easier. He conducts the activities on stage, back stage and in the commentary area while at the same time stopping to catch up the last 5 years with me, and also threatening judo chops to spectators trying to break into the booth to touch their hero casters. Carmac is good at his job.

And more familiar faces appear. Two of them gurn against the back of the commentary booth glass.



It's no surprise to find Redeye hosting some stage activity - really good to see Paul again - but it's awesome to meet Jarett from Pure Pwnage. The book I'm writing has some roots in the Pure Pwnage mythology. Serious. I didn't spend all that much time with him but first impressions are that he's open, friendly and very likable.

I'm still looking for 2GD. Finding Harding is hard. He's ignoring my phone I think. I recognise a few people in the press area and say hi to Gonzo from Heaven Media, who gives me some pointers on catching a Jay. Then I spot Hellspawn who offers some more clues. Something about 2GD being in the hospital with broken balls. Not sure what to make of that. Then I get Trance's number to finally discover that they're still in the hotel and 2GD is asleep. It's late afternoon now so that's impressive. I give up the hunt and go off to finally do some business.

Back now to Hall 8 for the ESL Party and a British table quickly appears where I meet Redeye, Odee and various other people with names I can't hear over the music. And lo he appears all Jesus-like, apart from the booze and fags.



Can finally talk about how Quake > * for a little while with Trance and also Stermy who seems to be moving and shaking in Italy. I look sad.



And photo overload as Griff arrives. Quake players will rule the world one day.



I'm still a little sad that only a few people know who I am. Hey don't judge, I'm just spoiled from going to a lot of events where everyone recognises me. To combat this one of the Dota players decides to tell everyone I'm Icefrog and that I invented Dota. Is fun for a while, but Trance wants to ditch the party and find another place in the city instead.

Much drinking, dancing, indoor smoking (oh how I miss indoor smoking), outdoor kebab and taxi riding later and I'm back to the hotel to watch the sunrise. I can't be sure but I think I've only slept about 3 hours. Was a good night, a judo hold being the only thing missing.
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Sujoy in Gamescom: Day 1 (26 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 03:06 CDT, 18 August 2012 - iMsg
I'm back in the thick of things here at Gamescom. It's been a while since I've visited one of these mega-expos so I thought I'd try to write a journal in the hope that something interesting happens over the weekend. It won't now, I've jinxed it.

I decided to come at the last minute so most of the hotels were fully booked. But then the Hyatt Regency popped up on Expedia and I had flashbacks of The CPL back in 2000. Nostalgia got the better of me and I booked it without even trying to work out the daily rate. Easyjet were giving me a good reaming on the cost of the flight anyway.



This really is a slick hotel, and I've been spoiled in the last few years. The view is incredible. Inside it's all black glass, velour, chrome and fountains.



I managed to get into Razer's private party on their stand in Hall 9 last night (thanks Arlene). It was odd to visit the expo after closing time. The floor was covered in glossy flyers scrunched up and marked with footprints as a lone cleaning man slowly cleared a path with a huge broom. The Razer stand was converted to a VIP zone in this sea of dead flyers with a strangely cool looking bunch sipping beers and smoking cigarettes with good looking girls hanging around them. On the other side a less cooling looking bunch were hanging out with their beers. I'm no critic of esports but it was pretty obvious which group were here for the stunt ramps, and which were playing video games. Ok that's not fair, I didn't go and talk to the LoL team they might have been awesome.

By this point my head was throbbing in time to the music so I called it a night to enjoy my hotel room a little more. Am hoping to catch up with Carmac and 2GD at some point this weekend, and maybe Griff too at the ESL party. Do these people even go by their nicknames anymore? Will the ESL party be a geekfest? Will Carmac judo-hold someone upside down? All this and more will be revealed.



I forgot to take any pictures in the Razer party so here's one of the flowers I planted outside my flat.
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New Gamer Slang? (48 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 16:20 CDT, 19 March 2012 - iMsg
Haven't been online gaming for a number of years and need updates please. I tried playing a game the other day and I had no clue what people were talking about. What's this "boss" business and why are some people considered "boss"? What else is new?
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MrE complaints + some QL (33 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 06:40 CST, 23 December 2011 - iMsg
Apparently BF3 is awesome.
Now, the first thing I have to say about BF3 is this: The game is eye-meltingly gorgeous. This is not a random metaphor, my eyes are literally melting. Having played the game non-stop for a week, I can feel the gelatinous centres beginning to bubble.
http://www.thegamingcyclist.blogspot.com/2011...gamer.html

In other news I discovered you only need to go to the Quake Live website to play the game. Who knew? Turned out "Sujoy" and "Suj" were both taken so that's me screwed. I've never played a game without my own name. I eventually got over it, picked a suitable fakenick, and played Quake for the first time in five years. I was suprised that the game felt totally natural. I didn't even remember that my last game was Quake 4. I guess Q3 lives on even after you leave it behind. I've only got a laptop to play on, a shabby old mousepad, and a WMO that cuts out for a few seconds every five minutes... and it's still loads of fun. I can tell because my girlfriend was complaining about my "gaming addiction" on the very first day. I'm going to find another WMO and mousepad in my boxogoodies that's been gathering dust in the cupboard and get playing properly soon.
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Free warhammer session at Gamerbase (53 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 12:19 CDT, 16 September 2008 - iMsg
In a bout of shameless self promotion, allow me to point you in the direction of Gamerbase to sign up for a free (London) gaming session to play Warhammer Online. The players who rack up the most experience in the three-hour session can win a range of prizes.

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Neil Young (24 comments)
Posted by Sujoy @ 17:38 CDT, 9 March 2008 - iMsg
Going to see him on Friday at the Hammersmith Apollo. Anyone like Neil Young, or am I just old?
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FOE -vs- Evolve (1 comment)
Posted by Sujoy @ 06:30 CDT, 17 July 2007 - iMsg

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Gametype: Team Game
Map: Various Maps
Mod: N/A
Viewpoint: Purri
How to play back Q4 demos


Eurocup XV Finals between FOE and Evolve.
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Main stage crowd (No comments)
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Liefje sleeping (8 comments)
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Piggyback (No comments)
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Purri and Liefje
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Piggyback 2 (17 comments)
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Moar beer plx (1 comment)
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Mah beer! (No comments)
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Arriving at the player party (3 comments)
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Sizah and Sujoy (2 comments)
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Liefje and Purri (No comments)
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and some random girls...
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Phil and Livia (1 comment)
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Rogue and nakedness (2 comments)
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Sujoy and Vorny (3 comments)
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Wah party! (No comments)
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WAH! (No comments)
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Sujoy and Purri (3 comments)
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Drunk guy outside (No comments)
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Liefje and munchies (17 comments)
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Purri and Sujoy (3 comments)
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Protex and snakeye (5 comments)
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Purri and Winz (No comments)
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Tosspot and Winz (2 comments)
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Hbee, Jaffy and Vorny (1 comment)
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Sisterhood (No comments)
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Sisterhood (2 comments)
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Sisterhood and Sujoy (No comments)
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Sisterhood (No comments)
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Cooller (No comments)
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Purri (1 comment)
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Winz (74 comments)
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Winz vs Purri (No comments)
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Spectators (No comments)
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More Swedish support than French from this audience!
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Winz vs Purri (No comments)
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Swedish supporters (No comments)
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More Swedes (2 comments)
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av3k vs Purri (No comments)
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av3k (No comments)
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Quake 4 final on stage (No comments)
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Cooller arrives on stage (No comments)
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Cooller interviewed (No comments)
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av3k interviewed (No comments)
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Cooller waiting to play (2 comments)
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av3k interviewed (No comments)
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Toss and Purri (No comments)
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Casting on Giga.
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Fnatic (No comments)
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Outside ESWC (No comments)
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Outside ESWC hall (No comments)
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Forever (No comments)
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Forever and Draven (No comments)
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Outside ESWC (No comments)
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Dignitas (No comments)
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Go Mojo! (No comments)
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Canadian (1 comment)
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Garpy (1 comment)
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Korean team (2 comments)
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Spectators queing (2 comments)
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Trackmania zone (2 comments)
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Indian SP and Gr1m (No comments)
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Purri and Gr1m (No comments)
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Forever (2 comments)
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Sorax (1 comment)
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Sorax and Forever (No comments)
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Purri (4 comments)
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CS tourney zone (No comments)
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