Can you introduce yourself to our readers?
We are so close to two very important North American tournaments - MLG Raleigh and the Regional qualifiers for Season 2 Championship. How did your preparation for them look like? Are you satisfied with it or think you should have done more?
Considering the fact that MLG Raleigh will end 4 days before PAX and that’s when all the participants in the Regionals and their seeds will be known, does this bother you? Would you prefer for the bracket to be ready earlier so you can prepare for specific teams?
Do you think that two tournaments so close to each other is a good or bad thing? Will Raleigh make you prepare in the best way for the Regionals by meeting the strongest teams first there or will the travel between the two destinations tire you out and not let you play to your full potential?
What do you think of the format of the Regionals? Is single elimination good enough for such an important tournament that decides who gets to attend the Championship?
What are your expectations going into both tournaments? Do you think you can get a top finish in Raleigh and more importantly one of the three spots for the Championship at the Regionals?
Do you have any predictions for the teams that are going to take the top 3 places at both tournaments? Do you think they will be the same or can we see some kind of a big surprise?
Curse.NA has seen some roster changes over the past couple of months. How does the new line-up feel?
Some lesser known teams, like Legion and Orbit, have been making a big splash as of late in the NA scene. How do you feel about the increased level of competition? Do you feel Curse can make it to the World Championships?
What are your opinions on the Korean teams compared to the NA/EU ones?
What are your feelings on the gaming house you have moved in to? Will it help improve your team?
Any parting words or shout-outs you would like to make?
I'm the ACM for LoL.NA. I think one of the best things about E-Sports is the connections and communities that are built around the game. My hope is that we can get E-Sports on the same level of traditional sports in the broader world's minds.
If you find me on the League of Legends NA (and EUW some time soon) server, feel free to add me! @YouGoJoe on NA and EUW.
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