As we move through another Stage 4, the New York Excelsior once again fall short while one of the new kids on the block are making some real noise in the Guangzhou Charge.
As Stage 4 continues with teams and players trying shake out the new meta, we continue to be surprised as the teams at the bottom of the pile turn everything else upside down.
With the first week of Stage 4 officially in the books, we’ve seen the results of what the 2-2-2 role lock is going to look like, for now.
Robbie and Norris discuss the effects the 2-2-2 role lock with have on the league, as well as the new hero, Sigma and what his abilities are capable of.
The Stage 3 Champions have been decided and it was the eighth seed Shanghai Dragons who took the crown.
Stage 3 of the season is finally in the books and we have the full picture of what to expect from the Stage Play-Offs. We break down what the outcomes may look like and talk about the New York Excelsior’s inability to capitalize on their full potential.
In the last two weeks we’ve seen the San Francisco Shock and the Vancouver Titans fall to teams near the middle to bottom of the league, what the heck is happening?
Once only a shadow of their former selves, the Los Angeles Valiant surprised everyone this past week with big wins over two amazing teams.
After a disappointing first half of the season, the Houston Outlaws come back swinging netting a win against the Sam Francisco Shock. Robbie and Norris discuss the sudden change and tall about the upcoming matches and most recent patch.
Robbie and Norris are joined by thier first guest for Low Team Damage, Brian Black from Realm Maintenance Podcast. Join them to talk about Nate Nanzer’s departure and the first week of Stage 3.