Not pro division by any means but Im rooting for local team Hosile Ground (D3)and Air Assault Factory (not sure if theyre going to this event though).
They are. I believe AAF has to play D3 too this season.
Bracket A winner will be the Heat.
Bracket B will be a battle between the Russians and Impact.
I'd like to see Infamous take Bracket C. I think they have the skill to do it, especially since they're in the easiest bracket.
I would guess that HH will take the event simply because of their success last year.
If the teams pulled out for sponsorship reasons, that also says something about what the sponsors think of the NPPL. Soo... Think about who you just called idiots. The pros want to challenge themselves, that's why almost no one is going to NPPL Denver.
anyone who firmly believes that PSP is harder than the NPPL, or vice versa, is an idiot.
neither series is a cake walk and as of last year, the NPPL pro ranks were just as challenging as the PSP's.
and since you mentioned it, almost every team that has pulled out of NPPL has done so because of sponsorship reasons.
KEE and Dye bankroll the PSP. they told their teams not to play it, because they dont want a competitor getting their money. no more, no less.
I didn't say NPPL was harder than the PSP, i said thats its dumb to think that one league is harder than the other. they are both equally hard. if you can sit there and say it with a straight face, that just tells me you haven't played both formats and are just assuming. the PSP is a much better league than the NPPL. i've been saying that since 2006. but not because the teams are better or the game is harder.
NPPL's irrelevant. Nobody cares about it and in a few years it will be obsolete unless they switch things around.