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Selfless Gaming - Newsletter
August 2016
Issue #3
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August 2016 - Issue #3

We've made quite a bit of news the past few weeks. First with the announcement of our new CS:GO 6-man roster (including a backup player). Today, I imagine we'll make the headlines with the announcement of our 5-man CS:GO lineup, which we will be playing with for ESL Pro League and for the Northern Arena LAN:

  • Nifty
  • Mitch
  • Brehze
  • no_one
  • Kaboose
I will outline more public news at some point in this week explaining the roster change, but at this time, expect to see this lineup for our upcoming matches.

To those of you who have stayed loyal, despite the roster changes to the CS:GO team, I offer you my sincere thanks. You guys make what we do possible, and while our Overwatch team, KI player, Melee player, and female CS:GO team have all remained stable and improving, our CS:GO team has had a bit of a bumpy path. 

In the coming month, we've got the Northern Arena LAN for our CS:GO team, Fragadelphia for the ladies' team, and maybe a few more events for our Overwatch team as well. Stay tuned to our Facebook/Twitter account to keep up to date as these events roll out.

-Ryu

Behind the Scenes - ELEAGUE Finals
Our very own observer-extraordinaire recorded some behind the scenes footage of the ELEAGUE finals. If you guys enjoy this type of content, let us know as we have the opportunity to record these quite regularly. 
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Upgrade Your Cable Modem For More Reliable Internet Access

Those of you who know me or have followed me personally on Twitter know how much I hate my ISP back home. They're unstable, unreliable, and my routing is awful. During the latest battle with their tech support team, I determined the issues I was having to be caused by my cable modem. Their technician didn't agree, and wouldn't authorize the upgrade/swap of the modem itself. 

So I went to the store, bought myself one that had great reviews online, replaced the one at home, and viola, no more issues. In addition, my speeds have been much more consistent, I was able to replace my other access point, and all of my media/streaming use has been improved as a result. The extra icing on the cake is the fact that I no longer have to pay $8/month for "leasing" the TWC modem that was broke. 

I went with the Netgear "Nighthawk" Model AC1900, and I'd highly recommend it. Without getting too technical, having extra channels allows for better, more reliable internet speeds, and because you no longer have to pay your ISP to rent their modem, you'll eventually pay back the money you spend on the upgraded device of your own. 


Long story short-- if you have a cable modem and your service is inconsistent, consider upgrading for a better overall experience, and in the long run, some $ savings.

-Ryu

Emongg on McCree in Competitive Overwatch
Selfless Overwatch - Playing McCree in Competitive Play
Emongg gives you the lowdown on playing McCree in competitive Overwatch play.
Giveaways & Bonus Stuff

Quote of the day:

“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.”


Ryu's advice: Work hard in the area in which you have the talent. Hard work + talent = recipe for success. 
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