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Posted: 2022-09-21

SEASON 7 - REGISTER OPEN [DATES & SCHEDULE]

SCL SEASON 7 OPEN FOR REGISTRATION The registration for season 7 is open, and you can [click here to register]. The process is simple as normal. Create a team > Invite your full roster, navigate to the league page, and sign up. The entry fee is paid using PayPal or Skrill. You can contact our support in case you need another payment option. Help will be provided in Discord or Live-chat. Too good for the Public division? Give it a shot and contact us in our Discord and we will consider putting you in a higher division.    DATES & SCHEDULE The registration will close on 14th October - 14:00 CEST. The schedule will be released 14th October - 15:30 CEST. First default date possible is 17th October, 17.00 CEST, 19.00 CEST or 21.00 CEST Regular season will end 13th November. All regular season matches must be finished by then.   Playoffs Round of 16: The default date for Round of 16 will be the 17th November, it can be rescheduled between 14th - 17th November.  Quarterfinals: The default date for Quarterfinals will be 21st November for all divisions. It can be rescheduled between 18th - 22nd November. For Challenger division can it only be rescheduled between 21st - 23rd November. Semi-finals: The default date for Semi-finals will be 24th November for all divisions. It can be rescheduled between 24th - 26th November . Grand-final: The default date for Grand final will be the 27th September. It can be rescheduled for later with approval. Note: In special cases can we solve dates outside of the rescheduling scope. Just contact support as early as possible.   PRIZE DISTRIBUTION - $11,000 SCL Challenger Division1st $3.0002nd $1.5003-4th $2503-4th $250SCL Masters Division1st $1.8002nd $9003-4th $1503-4th $150SCL Intermediate Division1st $1.2002nd $6003-4th $1003-4th $100SCL Public Division1st $6002nd $3003-4th $503-4th $50   SEASON 7 SPECIALS A new feature will be released mid-season, only available for teams in certain divisions.   QUESTIONS? If you have any questions, please read the FAQ & League Rules and you will most likely find the answer you are looking for. In other cases, reach out to us in Discord or Live-chat.

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Posted: 2022-09-03

[Interview] K10 - moshi

K10 has been a side that has burst onto the scene, picking up the former PowerYourAura lineup and seeming to be able to compete with some of the best teams in the UK, backed by their shock appearance and qualification into the UKIC tournament, HLTV pages, along with a dominating start in the SCL just to name a few achievements for the roster.  A huge part of the success has been star rifler Moshi, with the 19-year-old being center stage for success alongside the roster which has seen him flourish, not only with wins but also individual performance, recently putting up a massive 39 frags in an overtime performance against Cargorun where it felt like Moshi was always in the right place at the right time. K10 has continued to impress me personally as well, being my own personal pick to win the SCL masters division.  While twitter may continue to inflate mochis ego, I was able to sit down with the K10 superstar and ask him a few questions including about his time at PowerYourAura, future goals, and the man who saved his esports career:   Seeing that K10 has been a recently new org within the UK cs scene, how much have you enjoyed your time with the org and how do they compare with Aura? K10 has been brilliant to us so far. They're always supporting us in and outside the server and in general, they're just so passionate about esports in general. I'm really happy to be representing them, not to mention the branding looks really sick. The difference between K10 and Aura is that K10 is attentive to us and is very switched on compared to what it was like in Aura. No offense to them, but sometimes it felt we weren't even a part of their org.   Seeing the success of the roster, What are the team's future goals? Well, now we finally made ESEA Main we can actually start playing some good teams which will then turn us into better individuals and teams. Our goals are not really clearly set, I don't like hovering expectations like 'we should be in advanced in x amount of time because it just adds unnecessary pressure to everyone. But we have some smaller goals, we want to place well at this next upcoming epicLAN and also qualify for EPS and kinda solidify our position in UKCS in general.   You've played in former lineups with pieface before, what has his impact on you as a player and dare I say, friend? Yeah so I and pieface have been playing together for a very long time, we formed the Socially roster together (me, pieface, Ralphy, Jaustere, Rhys) and we made main with it. When I left that team, I was quite bitter and I told myself I wouldn't play with him again as the team environment was quite toxic and lazy. However, the next lineup I played in was the worst team experience of my life I played dreadfully during the period and I was on the verge of quitting team cs until pieface dragged me into this team now. They were LF1 and could not find anyone decent to play with so I just said fuck it, I'll come to play and have a bit of fun. I didn't plan on staying but I saw a lot of potential in the line-up and I was actually having fun for once. So yeah, pieface has had a huge impact on me and he's basically the reason I'm probably still playing.   Of course, being ‘Moshi the LAN winner’, do you feel that you are often looked up to as a mentor in the lineup? The LAN winner thing really didn't impact the dynamic in the team. It was just sort of a thing that happened and no one sees me any differently. What I like about this team is that we all learn from each other instead of a hierarchy of mentorship.   What teams are you worried about or scared of within the master's divisions? Honestly, everyone we've drawn in Master's League is pretty good. We're not scared or worried, because we're using SCL as a way of practicing against very good teams.   Who is a team that you are excited to play within the Master's division? I'm pretty excited to play XRAVEL, as they're the only other UK team we've drawn. They smoked us on Ancient the other day in a quali so we want revenge naturally. I think they're a team in the UK who's flying under the radar right now, but I rate them really highly so getting to play them again and potentially beat them would be sick.   Thoughts on the Moshi Supremacy meme? It's pretty funny :D    Who are your picks for the finals within the Masters and Challanger divisions? It's hard to say. There are lots of good teams in here and I don't know a lot of them but I'll take a shot in the dark and say SPADE vs sleepwalkers.   Who do you think is better within the ITB v 1pin fight for UK’s number one team? Right now it has to be ITB for sure. 1PIN are on the rise right now, but with ITB getting draken and Rusty I think they're on a completely different level. With enough time I think they'll be able to break the #30 barrier and I think this is also the EPS season in which they dethrone Endpoint.   Are there any final comments you want to share at all? Follow me on Twitter:  @moshi_cs     Again a huge thank-you to K10 and Moshi himself, it was a pleasure to have a chat with the man himself!  You can check out K10 (2-0) in action against LFO (4-0) in the SCL masters division!  

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Posted: 2022-09-02

[Interview] 1PIN - Shyyne

1PIN has been one of the best teams in the UK, being able to go toe to toe with some of the best within the UK and EU, the 1PIN roster is led by superstar riflers Azuwu and Wolfie who seem to attract all the spotlight when talking about the performances, their ability to make the highlight clutch plays which always seem to dominate the discussion when talking about recent performances.  Players like AWPer and Norwegian National, like Shyyne have been the unspoken backbone of the roster putting up amazing performances with the Big Green. In the SCL so far, Shyyne has averaged 19 frags per game with a 1.11 K/D ratio putting him as a solid contributor within the lineup but also being a former member of 'Apeks Rebels' where they peaked at #53 in the world bringing a range of experience to a lineup which is quite young.  I was able to sit down with Shyyne and ask him a few questions about former teammates, future goals and struggles within the 1PIN team:    Being the only non-UK player within the 1pin roster, what challenges have you needed to overcome? It feels really natural, to be honest, I've always spoken English when playing so it honestly feels better than when I was playing in Norwegian teams.   Who are your picks for the finals within the Challanger division? I would like it to be us and ITB in the final, always fun with a UK derby.   What teams are you worried about or scared of within the Challanger divisions? I wouldn't say I'm scared of any team in the league, if we play our game we should be able to beat any team here.   Seeing that you are one of the oldest on the lineup, do you think that the age gap has you filling a mentor role for young talents like Wolfie and AZWUW? I definitely bring more experience to the table in-game and I would say I do help out a lot with talking for the guys if there is stuff they are doing but I don't know if mentoring would be the right word. Having such a talented lineup, what do you think is the biggest struggle in the server for the team? Our biggest struggle as of right now is communication, we have lots of initiative and it's great just sometimes people forget to say stuff before they do them but that comes with experience so the future is looking bright. What are the goals for the 1pin roster seeing that you are just outside the top 100 in HLTV ranking as well as in the conversation as one of the best UK teams at the moment alongside ITB? Our goal as of right now is to solidify ourselves as the best team in the UK and get within the top 50 HLTV.   Seeing that majority of your former roster has joined 777, what are your thoughts on their progress as a lineup and a squad? I think they are better than what they have shown so far they are a team of very skilled and smart players so I'm expecting them to show what they can really do soon. Who on this 1pin lineup has impressed you the most so far? And why? That's really hard to say as they all really impressed me in different ways, dox has the best work ethic I've had in a team and his knowledge about the game is kinda unreal, leaf is always consistent and coming up with new ideas on the spot, Wolfie has a crazy aim and does lots of stuff on his own initiative and Azuwu is a really good anchor and can randomly win the craziest clutches.   Seeing that at the current moment you are Orgless, Do you think an org would be able to add or take away from your current performance?  Im super impressed with what we have achieved in a pretty short time and without an org, I truly believe that a solid org would really help get us to the next level.   A huge thank-you to Shyyne for sitting down with me for the chat! 1PIN at the moment, sitting pretty at 4-1 in the Challanger division where their next opponent is Insillio!   

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