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Season 14 Playoffs Streamers - Day Finals


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1984BigBrother #1 Posted Jun 27 2020 - 23:31

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Tankers,

 

Tonight we have MAHOU vs TEACH and GIVUP vs CHAI:
https://worldoftanks.com/en/tournaments/1000001587/

 

Battles will start at:
18:00 PT | 20:00 CT | 21:00 ET

 

I am creating this post to for players that are streaming tonight's battles to provide links to there streams and maybe a little additional information. (other posts will be removed)

 

Also, I will be suggesting that all players stream on a 15 min delay to prevent stream sniping.

 

GL HF,

 

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Captian_Jack9 #2 Posted Jun 27 2020 - 23:34

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https://www.twitch.tv/jack_na GIVUP's POV

 



haglar #3 Posted Jun 27 2020 - 23:37

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https://www.twitch.tv/team/chai

PapioTitan #4 Posted Jun 28 2020 - 00:50

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Thanks for the links. Last night was tough to find a match. As a vet of this game and someone growing tired of pubs, I've found these battles interesting (first time watching). Noob question: Is the guy giving command/directions "the caller"? Is he usually the clan commander? At first the dialogue during battle made me think these guys hate each other but realized these dudes are just very competitive. Tactics are certainly different than pubs...

Meksmun #5 Posted Jun 28 2020 - 02:20

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the person giving commands is usually called "the caller" yes, the caller isn't necessarily the commander of the clan, in the case of GIVUP one of the callers is our commander but as i mentioned, isn't always the case.
also a very common occurence is a clan having multiple callers usually aiming for 4 so they can run 4 teams during CW/CW campaign

PapioTitan #6 Posted Jun 28 2020 - 04:29

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View PostMeksmun, on Jun 27 2020 - 19:20, said:

the person giving commands is usually called "the caller" yes, the caller isn't necessarily the commander of the clan, in the case of GIVUP one of the callers is our commander but as i mentioned, isn't always the case.
also a very common occurence is a clan having multiple callers usually aiming for 4 so they can run 4 teams during CW/CW campaign

Appreciate the info. Pretty intense 2nite. The mood swing was really evident after game 3 vs CHAI. My hats off to all clans. I was edge of my seat.






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