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02. Play With Your Teammates
Teamwork is the core element of online gaming. Coordinating with friends and understanding your roles can help make a more significant impact rather than aimlessly wandering around. In this episode, Twistzz points out the effective decision making and purpose of support. As a support, you make sure that you lead the team and provide as much information as possible. Although roles might change with rounds but performing each task correctly and knowing your limits can thoroughly help you become a better player.
Success is not something that comes for granted, but it is the actual struggle that inspires us all. In this episode, Twistzz shares his journey on how he became one of the best CSGO players ever to exist. He elaborates on how he started the game as a hobby with his friends, and how he truly enjoyed the game. He shares his experience with ex-professional players and game knowledge on how it helped him improve as a player. The most important thing he points out to his viewers is to notice his positioning and understand the game highlights from a different perspective.
9. Play Like Astralis
Watching demos of yourself playing is an important tool you can utilize to learn from your mistakes. In this episode, Jacob shows you a demo of himself playing for the world-famous team Astralis. He talks about how to be self-critical so you can improve your game.
Meet your instructor: Jacob “Pimp” Winneche, professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, former team member of SK-Gaming, Team Liquid, Reason Gaming. Jacob is currently playing as a professional streamer for Team Dignitas and expert analyst at some of the biggest Counter-Strike events in the world.
21. INFERNO PIT
There are many angles and positions the Pit player can adopt, but the most important thing is never to play alone, and always try to bait the enemy in a crossfire. The terrorists are at a disadvantage when they have to cover multiple angles and if they don't know where to peak.
14. ANALYSIS OF DUST 2 LONG
In this episode, NBK analyses some rounds from another game versus Team Spirit, but this time on Dust II. Paying attention to details is very important in Counter-Strike. Shooting through walls or doors and noticing blood behind means somebody was there previously.
2. PHILOSOPHY OF A SUPPORT PLAYER
Being a great support player includes making space for your teammates, setting them up for success, taking the initiative, drawing the attention of the enemy team. In this episode, NBK details the general concept of what it means to be a support player in Counter-Strike.
1. NBK INTRODUCTION
Welcome to NBK's GamerzClass! Nathan "NBK" Schmitt has been working in esports for more than ten years and has been playing competitive Counter-Strike since the age of 14. In this 35 episode coaching masterpiece, you will learn the philosophy of the supportive/lurker position and how to be proactive to come out on top in every situation.
21. ENTRY FRAGGING ON OVERPASS B-SITE
There are four zones to take control of when doing Overpass. There is B with B-short and Monster. There is Blue/Underground. There is Long A and Party, and then there’s the A zone. In this episode, Rush goes over entry fragging B-Site on Overpass. He discusses tips, strategies, and communication techniques for an effective game.
14. ENTRY FRAGGING ON INFERNO B-SITE
Taking B-site is as easy as knowing where to land your smokes. Taking a slow and methodical approach is advised as there are so many different angles to take. In this episode, Rush goes over entry fragging at b-site on Inferno. Communication and utility usage is important.