Cómo la prohibición de entrenamiento de CS:GO cambió el juego

by | 18 de Jun | General, Youtube | 45 comments

Constantemente se realizan adiciones y ajustes a cada título de esport, y algunos juegos se cambian casi semanalmente. Se agregan nuevos personajes, nuevos elementos, nuevos niveles e incluso nuevas mecánicas para ayudar a garantizar que los juegos sigan siendo interesantes tanto para los fanáticos casuales como para los jugadores acérrimos. Pero en CS: GO, un cambio realizado fuera del juego en sí, la prohibición de que los entrenadores hablen durante las rondas, redefinió cómo las organizaciones estructuraron sus listas completas y pusieron el foco en los jugadores que podrían liderar a su equipo desde el frente. Escrito y editado por Dennis Gonzales (@Tarmanydyn) Presentado por Daniel Rosen (@Daniel_Rosen) Lista de cortesía: CS:GO’s Large Feb 2018 Update Cortesía: 3kliksphilip https://youtu.be/bj1tmWvUEkU DRAGON BALL FighterZ – Zamasu Character Trailer | X1, PS4, PC Cortesía: Bandai Namco https://youtu.be/zDsGl2yMagU ESL CS vods Cortesía: ESL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPq2ETz4aAGo2Z-8JisDPIA DreamHack vods Cortesía: DreamHack https://www. youtube.com/user/DreamhackMedia Counter-Strike: una breve historia Cortesía: Valve https://youtu.be/sdBjDSczgKY PGL CS vods Cortesía: PGL https://www.youtube.com/user/PGLeSport ELEAGUE CS vods Cortesía: ELEAGUE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK7CPGf74Fpes6kKLMuAdBg «Contraataque norteamericano» | 7 minutos en Cloud9 Cortesía: Cloud9 https://youtu.be/DDNj1RmbacE Conoce al psicólogo de esports que llevó a Astralis a un campeonato de ‘Counter-Strike’ – Sin campo de juego Cortesía: Mashable https://youtu.be/1FB76xQ8XL4 Cocina fusión Cortesía : MLG https://overwatchleague.com/en-us/news/21752084/fusion-cuisine C9 n0thing: Pensamientos sobre la nueva regla de entrenamiento de Valve Cortesía: n0thingTV https://youtu.be/HzlZq5pdiLg Coffee and Semmler – Regla de entrenador CSGO de Valve Cortesía: Semmler https://youtu.be/Q2ckvQv7QbA MLG vods Cortesía: Major League Gaming https://www.youtube.com/user/MajorLeagueGaming Hiko vods Cortesía: Hiko https://www.twitch.tv/hiko Random CS :GO Bullshittery (parte 6) Cortesía: SovietWomble https://youtu.be/PaQzgF95Gv4 StarLadder CS vods Cortesía: StarLadder https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBXeecyxQv7GblaybCxQgRA Música utilizada bajo licencia de Associated Production Music LLC («APM ”). Consulte theScore esports en Android e iOS: Android: http://thesco.re/esportsAndroidYT iOS: http://thesco.re/esportsiOSYT Síganos en Twitter: http://twitter.com/thescoreesports Síganos en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theScoreesports Síguenos en Instagram: https://instagram.com/theScoreesports Síguenos en Snapchat: theScoreesports

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45 Comments

  1. Birlzey

    Valve want the players to get the money not some random coach.

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  2. pwrlean

    Ayeeeee Sovietwomble

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  3. Neosavic

    You’re 2 years to early

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  4. ImChad

    Inb4 part 2

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  5. Sanchez Manyika

    This is why esports can't be a sport, the rules can change in an instant

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  6. lycan2500 1

    This was a good change. Its better when you have the 5v5 players have to make calls on their own, not with some mastermind outside doing it. Its lazy and makes it less interesting. There should be braincells involved with playing competitively

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  7. Bludika

    dont see it as a big deal, you have coaches in professional sports on the sidelines yelling and telling players what to do during the game, how is it any different? its STILL the athletes who have to execute, and its still up to the players to execute these plans and strategies, having a good coach doesn't really mean anything if the players can't deliver, i say it should be fair game as LONG AS the coach for CSGO games are not physically playing the game. Then you have teams complaining or players at home complaining why cant we have a coach blah blah blah, dude, these are professional players playing at the highest level, of course they have a coach and they play on a totally different system and level, it's like complaining how your neighborhood street b-ball game has no coach lmao… fucking gamers are the best at bitching and moaning and whinning

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  8. HelpTheFish

    I coach a high school jr esports team and I can say I don’t really do anything during matches outside of eat chips and call timeouts. It’s pretty nice

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  9. JJ

    Ice and water

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  10. Alaskan Shooter

    any of you who dont think your fav csgo team doesnt cheat needs to wake up.. its the lance armstong problem all over again.. if everyone is cheating how can a none cheater even play

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  11. MrNotSpecified

    Tactical shooter. Strategy is part of the game. You can't just fill a team with aimbots and have one guy telling them what to do.

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  12. cruxx

    comb_over

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  13. Amey Mane

    Sovietwomble is a professional CSGO player. Period.

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  14. benjamin cox

    I don’t mind coaches but I agree they were a bit to involved. But I think they shud be able to talk every timeout

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  15. Nisemono

    Is it just me or can I hear a ringing at the beginning of the video?

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  16. neroh

    name a more iconic duo, forsaken and ezfrags

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  17. Carni

    Limited coaching during a game is synonymous with most Olympic sports

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  18. Dimi

    backround music was a little bit to loud in this video

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  19. john knight

    This is a whole different universe.

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  20. CrittingOut

    How was coach interaction ever even acceptable

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  21. Fadi S.

    your hand movements gave me anxiety..

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  22. Lukas Prochazka

    I play soccer and I dont have coach or either nutritionist… So i want that realmadrid doesnt have them either… Is this how it works??

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  23. Neonblack789

    Hey are rules like this in rainbow six siege pro league or no

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  24. セブン イレブン

    I think it is better to have a leader in the team rather than a coach. This way they can really prove who is the strongest team. If there is a coach in the whole game then the players action would not be their decision anymore and we can't see who really is the best player/team.

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  25. demfak •

    Valve: bend over
    player: ah shit… here we go again

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  26. oipan shitpost

    Coaches should be able to speak to their team during buy time

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  27. JayJay Golden

    03:12 i disagree strongly that purely mechanical players are "skilled" and big brain strategy players are not. Aim isnt that hard to learn. Decisionmaking is much, much harder. If the requirements of championship gaming ended at mechanics, the entry rank lowers significantly.

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  28. Andrew

    I think one issue in a game like CS Is that there’s no natural leader “class” like the Medic in TF2 or something similar in Overwatch. TF2 comp is either a consensus or med’s pick since Uber is the game sometimes.

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  29. OS. Temli

    This limit inhuman moments in csgo, any country going war with each other, the one who have a commander will perform better

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  30. CHURCH of Sacred CACTI

    3 things that killed CSGO
    1: Cheats
    2: The Skin Trade Ban Delay. Turns a large amount of Players were in it for the skin thrill more than the game skill.
    3. 64tick servers. 1.6 was played on 100tick servers, yet somehow a much more complex game 20 years later is at 64tick.

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  31. MaT GP

    as a r6 player i got pretty surprised to find out that wasn't the standard coaching policy.

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  32. Tallaj

    If this ban didn’t happen what would happen to future coaches. There wasn’t gonna be any good future coaches bc all those pro players would have just focused on fragging rather than strategies. All these kids would have been fed that if you have more kills you are the bestplayer while the bottom fraggers were useless.

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  33. Zachary Peace

    Is the speech off with his lopes for anyone?

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  34. Shy Kizuna

    I tend to disagree with Valve and their shady choices when it comes to CS:GO, but in this instance I think they're absolutely right.

    While coaching would heighten the level of play in some ways, mechanically etc. It creates a barrier between players at home and the pro teams in the scene.
    If the game requires a coach to play at the pro level, how could aspiring amateur teams ever reach that level? Then again it's not like random teams can really compete in CS

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  35. Tipzyyy

    this guy moves his hands way too much in his videos and it’s really distracting. relax a lil but before you shoot the video man… and iron your shirts please

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  36. Emobe

    Why is he so serious

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  37. Average

    0.05-0.08 bonnie and clyde

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  38. Trumpatier

    4:45 Am I the only one who REALLY wants to hear what his teammate sounds like?

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  39. Mookyxd

    Valve wants the pros to play the same game as casuals but they give us shit 64 ticks servers lol great job

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  40. Rolf Mmo-rpg

    Lmao, never knew there actually was a coach running left and right behind them, basically telling them strats on the fly… thats like straight up cheating imo…. its the strat between only the actual players that show their team and individual skill…. how the coaching was once allowed at all = /facepalm

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  41. Akhenaten

    Nutrition coach?🤣

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