Febby and Pieliedie leave Mineski's Dota 2 team. Ähnliche Texte. Esports Dota 2 International binnen Sekunden ausverkauft März ; Esports Valve. Im Jahr sahen wir bereits die Rückkehr von Cloud9 zu Dota 2, während T1 und CR4ZY ihre ersten Schritte im hart umkämpften Johan "pieliedie" Åström. Hierbei ist es wichtig zu wissen, wie man seinen Dota 2 Helden spielen muss, um die Rolle in der Pieliedie ist einer der ikonischsten Position 5 Supports.
Organisationen, die 2020 neu in Dota 2 einsteigenIm Jahr sahen wir bereits die Rückkehr von Cloud9 zu Dota 2, während T1 und CR4ZY ihre ersten Schritte im hart umkämpften Johan "pieliedie" Åström. Febby and Pieliedie leave Mineski's Dota 2 team. Mineski explains that the roster needed a change, which is why they've chosen to let these. Hierbei ist es wichtig zu wissen, wie man seinen Dota 2 Helden spielen muss, um die Rolle in der Pieliedie ist einer der ikonischsten Position 5 Supports.
Pieliedie Dota 2 Explore Properties VideoPIELIEDIE Maiden Against NOTAIL and MIDONE - Dota 2 Pro Support Page information. Player Summary. However, after DreamHack Summer some of pieliedie's teammates were quitting Dota so he decided to do Barbora Strycova as well. Invoker A second-place finish at the Frankfurt Who Takes Litecoin firmly entrenched Secret as one of the best squads in the world, and this was followed by winning the Shanghai Major. View the complete Dota 2 profile for raggifotonici.comDie on Dotabuff. Pieliedie is a Swedish support player for 5men. As part of the famous Kaipi/Speed Gaming/Cloud 9 roster, pieliedie has become a popular support, known for his sacrificial, yet rewarding style. He is known for clutch performances and stellar support play and despite the lack of a big major LAN title, he is regarded to be among the best support. Pieliedie has earned the first revenue playing Dota 2 in the year According to yearly performance analysis, the year was the most successful for this player with $1,, in prize money distributed. The most active year for Pieliedie was with 28 appearances in official events. Having more than 12 years of Dota 2 experience and playing on multiple tier 2 & 3 teams, he has the needed knowledge to analyze details. His work has been featured on many esports websites. Twitter & Twitch @NoiselesS Pieliedie Lion Incredible Performance Shanghai Major Highlights Dota 2. Is pieliedie getting his hands into the dota 2 audience or something? level 1. Comment deleted by user 5 years ago More than 4 children. level 2. 20 points · 5 years. Johan "pieliedie" Åström is a Swedish professional Dota 2 player currently playing for Fnatic. He is know for playing roaming support heroes with Bounty Hunter being considered his biggest signature hero. The latest tweets from @PieLieDieDota.
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We'll do it for you. Just post your question in this thread. Our editors will pick the 20 best questions from this thread and pieliedie will answer them, after which the answers will be slotted in below.
Ask away, TL! Are you all going to move to EU or NA? There are not too many issues to be honest. The only problem we have at the moment is that we really can't play matches before CET because of the time zone difference, and that Aui pings around ms to Luxembourg.
I'm not sure if these are issues big enough to move everyone from the comfort of their homes but we're still looking into it. What do you think of the current Swedish Dota scene and its teams and players?
Are there any up-and-comers to look out for? I only really know one up and coming Swedish player, zai. That's because things have changed with regional inhouse leagues not really existing anymore.
When i was playing back in the day I'd play in houses with only Nordic people and I kind of knew the skill level of every good swedish player.
Now you queue up and play with what I always assume are Russians. In-game I'd say I'm the loudest especially early game.
I feel more comfortable constantly sharing my thoughts and how i think we should be playing, but this leads to me sometimes getting frustrated during more passive parts of the game when i feel we are in a losing position.
Most quiet would either be Bone or Sing. They usually focus more on their own play and occasionally call ganks or team fight coordination.
I'd like to ask whether Speed Gaming's organizational issues have all been sorted out i. What is the biggest shift that you think that may happen this year within the team?
I think most problems regarding organizational issues have been fixed or are on the way, so I feel like we'll be able to focus on our Dota.
Biggest shift within the team I have no idea, I don't see us role swapping and we're not switching any players, so just cleaning up communication issues and being more calm in-game I guess.
Speed Gaming is known for their calculated and oftentimes aggressive play by using abilities and especially Force Staffs to their maximum potential.
You all seem to place emphasis on combos that work together and you seem to be cohesive as a team whether you are behind or pushing an advantage.
My question is, do you handle every aspect of the drafting or is there an opportunity for each team member of SPG to say which hero they think would be best for them to play?
I try to involve everyone as much as possible, it raises the motivation for me and usually leads to better drafts. I mean naturally the offlaner should know better than me how a specific hero works if we see half the draft.
At MLG for example I wasn't a big fan of either Lich or OD but both Aui and Arteezy were confident in those heroes so I tried to draft around that.
In Dota 2, many teams have a great single tournament every now and then, but then go back to mediocrity for a while; often with some roster changes.
Being stable and successful at the highest level for several months is something only a handful of teams ever seem to have accomplished in the West.
Are you confident you can reproduce your performance from MLG in the next few premier tournaments, and if so, why?
I wouldn't say I'm that confident, but I still believe. How to be a good stable team i think is understanding your mistakes and people being honest and wanting to improve.
If you have that I feel you'll be a good and consistent team. Your game as AA in MLG was one of the coolest things I've watched.
Could you explain your thinking behind that? The AA draft was originally meant for a Clockwerk trilane with Rubick but after trying it together with Weaver we understood that the lane was really strong and the thing with heroes like AA is that people kind of forget how to play against it, so it makes it easier for me to use the hero.
I don't feel the hero is very good and with Weaver being nerfed together with Midas which is a must-have on AA , it's hard to find play for him since he takes so much space and can be a big risk since a missed ultimate leads to your team playing one man down and you're also going to be a really easy target to gank with high levels which a lot of heroes can take advantage off.
What has been your single favorite game "to draft" where you gave yourself a pat on the shoulder and think "I've done a good job, man.
I liked the draft in the first game vs. VG in G-League, it felt like we banned out every support threat while getting a really good line-up that fit every player.
Do you think there are any heroes in this patch that are completely unusable in competitive play? Do teams ever try stuff like Sniper in scrims?
I just quickly looked through playdota. It's just that the most unused heroes like Sniper and Blood Seeker aren't good enough to be bothered with.
What I'm saying is if you really wanted to you could probably make them work, but I don't see the point. I would like to ask why you seem to prioritize Sing's Mirana usually in the first or second pick.
I do agree that its very potent, but I think that the threat of Sing's Mirana is a great tool that you have while drafting and that it can be used to fill one of those pesky ban slots from the other team allowing a support player like Aui to get a Chen, Visage or even Enchantress, or yourself to get a CM, Venomancer, or less likely an Alchemist.
What are your thoughts on this? However over the winter-period of his team saw a drop in form. With Team Secret not in their best form, many were speculative on their performance of the upcoming Shanghai Major However showing a decent groupstage, Pieliedie's virtuoso performances as a support with Lion and Io  at the mainstage led his team all the way to the grand finals, beating previous major winners OG to win the tournament and was awarded MVP.
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