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Posted: 2022-11-22

SEASON 8 - REGISTER OPEN [DATES & SCHEDULE]

SCL SEASON 8 OPEN FOR REGISTRATION The registration for season 8 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 6th January - 14:00 CEST. The schedule will be released 6th January - 15:30 CEST. First default date possible is 9th January, 17.00 CEST, 19.00 CEST or 21.00 CEST Regular season will end 5th February. All regular season matches must be finished by then.   Playoffs Round of 16: The default date for Round of 16 will be the 9th February, it can be rescheduled between 6th - 9th February.  Quarterfinals: The default date for Quarterfinals will be 13th February for all divisions. It can be rescheduled between 10th - 13th February. For Challenger division can it only be rescheduled between 13th - 15th February. Semi-finals: The default date for Semi-finals will be 16th February for all divisions. It can be rescheduled between 16th - 18th February. Grand-final: The default date for Grand final will be the 19th February. 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   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: 2022-11-14

[Interview] Viperio - Biscu

Fred: Obviously you guys are 3-0 this season, you have got yourselves into playoffs in past seasons. Do you think you can get yourselves to playoffs this season, and potentially get one step further?   Biscu: Yeah, this is definitely a season where we're looking to get playoffs again, like you said, it's one of those seasons where we're looking to take it a step further and make a better showing in the playoffs than we have previously.   Charlie: You guys have left your games quite late in the SCL, do you think that helps or hinders you in respect to the season. You get an understanding of where a lot of other teams are, and where you need to roughly finish. Does that add a bit of pressure knowing you need to win X amount of games?   Biscu: Well, I guess it would if that was our mindset as a team, but our mindset as a team is that we think we're going to win every game, we expect to win every game regardless of opponent, we go into those games thinking that and believing that, and having the confidence too. It doesn't matter to us whether our games are all in 1 week,and the season is finished, or takes us a month to do it. The reason is, realistically we needed a bit more time to work on the team as we made some roster changes and big ones too. That's the only reason, I guess it is somewhat advantageous. As you can see what teams are going to be in playoffs, and if you leave it really late, you might get some forfeit wins. But certainly not an intentional tactic.   Fred: You've got two games today, both of them being overpass, clearly you guys are very confident on that map. Any thoughts going into that one? Is there a game today that you think could be a close one?   Biscu: I think every game in SCL could be a close game, I look at the division and I see the teams that are at the top of SCL are at the top of ESEA advanced. I see 1pin, I see ktrl, flowstate, spirit academy. These are all the teams that are flying in the respective leagues as well. I don't see the league as "oh this game should be easy" Of Course every game is going to be tricky, when the opponents are quality just as POLIGON and Partizan will be, but we do expect to win both of our games today and secure playoff position.   Charlie: From last season to this one you mentioned wanting to take that one step further instead of just making playoffs. Is there a way that you shape up differently when in BO3 when there is that added pressure, when there is really no second chances. Is there anything we're going to potentially see from you guys to take that next step?   Biscu: Yeah, I think when it comes to SCL playoffs, we've been... I don't want to say unlucky because it sounds so much like a cop-out. I feel like we've in a couple of occasions we've been caught cold by our opponents who wanted it more, and we're a bit more serious about it than us. I think our approach this time, when we get there, we take it a bit more seriously. then we perhaps have. and That might have not been a conscious decision, just because we were too focused on something else. But because there's no lans atm, and in a transitional year for ESEA, we're looking to make a more serious step forward in the SCL, and that mindset change, is going to see a large difference for us going forward.   Fred: It's clear to see that you guys have that confidence, yes you have made some changes but look how you're doing so far. Something to mention, you look at the stats of the team I'd say, your team is looking very different to some others. Usually you'll have 2/3 stars and supportive players. But it is clear to see from the kill department alone, everyones a fragger everyones a clinical player is that something you consciously decided to mold as a unit, or was it something that seemed to happen. Having everyone who can be that dominant factor, is going to inflict a lot of fear into your opponent's mind. Is that something before you built this team, it was a main focus, or was it something that quite luckily happened?   Biscu: I think, that is a product of the team becoming better not necessarily us having better mechanical players, I'm not saying the players we’ve got now, arent as good or better than the players we had previously, But what i'm trying to say is, that since we've made the roster changes, we've been able to perform much better. The team plays together much better and when the team players better, behind the same philosophy and all on the same page, everyone plays better. The stats show everyones looking like a dangerous fragger, that's because the team is playing better, that's not because everyone is an individual monster. Its because theyre all buying into what it is Artist is trying to instill in the team, what we're trying to do, and were trying to keep that going, and hopefully we can see more consistent stars emerge rather than, everyone just appearing to be fragging, I actually think traditionally speaking, teams should have 1 or 2 guys, "that guy the awper, he's the interesting one, oh yh, that's the star rifler" I would say at the minute, we're trying to get there but right now everyone is doing really good.  

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Posted: 2022-11-01

[Interview] JiJieHao - BluePho3nix

JiJieHao International has made its way all around the world. Recently in my home country for the RMR regional qualifiers as we saw the majority Isreail side fight against some of the best in Asia. Beating RareAtom in what may be considered to be an Upset after falling short against Grayhound Gaming.  Now we see JiJieHao International move towards the SCL as their next big challenge. Creating more competition within the Challanger division, Being ranked #73 in the world according to HLTV, they come in as the second-highest-ranked roster in the SCL after IronBranch (Ranked 64th in the world according to HLTV) And look to provide a good challenge to some of the SCL’s best. Coming up against teams like Quazar and 9 Pandas they look to set the tone early.    Key to setting up the recent success of this JiJieHao roster has been Maoz ‘BluePho3nix’ Maz. Boasting a 1.19 HLTV rating alongside an ADR of 80.6, He has been one of the best performers on the roster and I was able to have a chat with the man himself to be able to get an insight into the experience of the RMR qualifiers, The impact that Flamez and Spinx have had on Isreal CSGO. And what they want to achieve in the SCL:   Being a team that we saw in the Asia RMR recently, How was that experience? Do you feel like you played well as a team?  Playing in the ASIA RMR was a new experience and learning one for all of the Israeli Core (Meztal, Moree, and I) I think we gained a lot of confidence going forward after playing on stage in this caliber of a tournament and meaning.   What was the most significant factor in what was an ’upset’ against Rare Atom? I feel like we played well as a team both in Ancient and Mirage and it showed in the server, I would say the significant factor in upsetting rare atom would be our communication and calmness during the game in TeamSpeak, we were confident that we would do it, and also props to MOREE that played really really good in this match.   This JiJieHao side was formed quite recently, what has been the most impactful thing that has been added to this roster from all the members in and out of the server? I believe that both facecrack and DavCost bring a lot of experience and knowledge from their past teams, how everything should be handled and they help us analyze certain situations and overall get better from their experience, MOREE gives a lot of atmosphere and the good vibes inside the Teamspeak and outside the server, meztal brings his firepower in the game.   How have individuals like Flamez and Spinx impacted the region?   I would say that we have really good and successful high-tier Israeli players (Flamez, Spinx, Xertion, anarkez, Nertz, Heavygod) all contributing a lot of passion and motivation to the other Israeli players and our region as a whole, we are a big group of friends outside the server and we like to talk a lot to each other on TeamSpeak, so they really admire you, and also can help you deal with certain situations and teach you from what they know.   It's really fun when almost all of your Israeli CS players sit in the same room or Teamspeak and share their thoughts together.   Have you had a chance to look at the teams in the SCL? If so who are you excited about or want to play against?   Didn't really take a look at who is in the league, but I'm ready for anyone ;)   Being #73 in the world, do you think that's an Inflated number at all? I think that currently, this number is suiting our level sort to say, we have to climb our ranking throughout leagues like SCL and other HLTV Ranked tournaments, and that's definitely one of our goals going forward.       Now as it stands, being 0-2 in the Challanger Division, JiJieHao needs to try and find a way back into form, and with such a stacked roster, It will be an interesting test to see the mental strength of this team. As always, A huge thank you to BluePho3nix for sitting down with me and having a chat! It was a pleasure to talk to such a talented player!    You can see them in the Challanger division taking on Viperio!

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