Team Liquid Brings In League Star To Try And Avoid Relegation on collectionfifatips

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Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng will be playing for Team Liquid for the rest of the League of Legends spring split, after a last-minute trade from Team SoloMid earlier this week. The game’s all-time leader regular season kills, he’ll need to start racking them up in a hurry.

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The trade mirrors the concept of loaning out players in soccer, though the dollar specifics of the deal were unannounced, and are hazy. Peng will play for Team Liquid for the rest of the split—the League schedule is separated into spring and summer periods, called splits—and then be released to try out for Team SoloMid again for the coming summer split.

Liquid sorely needs wins to avoid relegation, and are grasping for a lifeline. They already moved a star marksman to mid in search of wins, and though the move paid dividends in their debut match, Liquid lost their next match to Echo Fox, and still needs help.

There is only a third of the season left, and Liquid is at the bottom of the North American League Championship Series standings. In an interview with ESPN, Team Liquid manager Steve Arhancet went into more detail on the rationale behind the trade:

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I reached out to as many ADC’s I could think of, including folks like Imqtpie and dozens of challenger ladder players. We even partnered with Mobalytics to analyze statistics of challenger ADC accounts in NA and Canada. Any available non-import ADC was an option, and you’ve got the very best one sitting on the bench of TSM. We asked TSM if they would be willing to consider doing a deal.

Arhancet also tried to dispel some claims of collusion cast by pundits at the deal between TSM and Team Liquid, who play each other in two weeks.

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Look, TSM didn’t do me any favors. I had to increase our offer multiple times to even get their attention to consider. Riot pre-approved the initial paperwork and then provided final approval on the Doublelift deal before we announced.

Today will be Peng’s debut on Liquid, playing against Cloud9, currently tied for first place in the North American LCS. They’ll need every single one of the marksman’s kills to climb out of the hole of last place.

collectionfifatips | The League Of Legends Team House That Fell Apart

Tristan “Cake” Cote-Lalumiere, being interviewed by Riot in the Tainted Minds team house.

Team houses have been upheld as the ideal model for professional gamers and professional teams to maintain the optimal practice environment. But over the last 24 hours, a raft of allegations have come out about the living conditions for Tainted Minds, one of Australia’s top eight League of Legends teams.

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Tainted Minds (TM) has been enveloped in drama since the year began. The team is currently sixth in the Oceanic Pro League, two spots from the bottom, although the recent bans against four starting players for Chiefs Esports Club gave TM’s playoff hopes a little more life.

But their standing in Australian League of Legends has been shaky for a little while. Back in February, the majority of the roster, including their coach Nicholas “Inero” Smith, left the team house and declared that they were free agents.

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The reason? The players were fed up with living in a house that, according to Inero at the time, had no air conditioning, was infected by mould, had sanitation issues, and was generally unpleasant. The players didn’t have internet for a period, forcing them to play out of an internet cafe for a fortnight, and every time someone did the laundry the power would turn off.

Those were the allegations put forward last month. Earlier this week, former team member Tristan “Cake” Côté-Lalumière added more detail to the story, starting from when he first moved into the team house in December.

According to Cake, the house had no computers, poor internet that was incapable of streaming matches, was dirty, had a broken shower and no laundry. That’s despite the fact that they were supposedly told things would be ready before moving in.

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The laundry situation was apparently rectified after two months, with player manager “Fassfy” (who prefers to remain unnamed) initially doing the laundry for the team. That situation came to a halt after she stopped getting paid. Aaron “ChuChuZ” Bland confirmed in a Twitlonger of his own that Fasffy’s contract was “terminated” by Tainted Minds in February, with the team finding out not long after they had a private mediation meeting with Riot to sort out their living conditions, as well as some contractual questions.

One of the persistent issues with the house, as corroborated by multiple team members, was the quality of the internet. Poor internet is a good enough reason to hate a place in 2017, but if you’re a group of gamers trying to make your way in the professional League of Legends circuit it’s a non-negotiable requirement. “Around the third week of January we started having incredibly bad packet loss, it was pretty much impossible to scrim or even play solo queue properly,” Cake wrote.

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ChuChuZ added that the players were experiencing consistent packet loss in all of their matches, and they notified team management of the issue. A second phone line was installed into the building, but it was with the same provider as the first and suffered the same issues. As an interim solution, the players continued to travel to netcafes to practice in between OPL matches.

A mediation was held with Riot in early February, but ChuChuz explained that the constant travel back and forth was taking its toll:

We couldn’t go to internet cafes anymore, it was getting ridiculous and also our Opal cards (public transport card) were getting expensive. We lived in a gaming house only to sleep in intense heat and wake up to unplayable internet. We were just sitting in the computer room talking and trying to resolve issues, that day we had 12 power outages each taking turns going out into the 48 degree Celsius heat to restart the power.

From the players’ perspective, the living conditions were tolerable because “we understood a gaming house was a new experience” in the Australian scene. But the major sources of the problem were two-fold: not only did the players feel like their concerns were not being heard by Tainted Minds, but they also felt like they were being left in the cold by Riot themselves.

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Cake alleged that Riot deliberately delayed mediation sessions because one of its employees, who oversees esports for Riot in Australia and New Zealand, was responsible for convincing Letsplay.live managing director John McRae to invest in Tainted Minds. No information said during the mediation sessions have been revealed – all parties are subject to NDAs – but Cake said the players asked Riot directly what would happen if they didn’t play one of their weekly matches.

Another instance cited by Inero was that Tainted Minds had 14 players listed on their roster. Riot’s official rules only permit teams to have 10 rostered players. Inero and Cake both confirmed separately that Tainted Minds informed Riot of the violation, and according to them, Riot edited the database without updating the notification date.

After the fourth week of matches the TM players sent a legal notice of termination after obtaining advice from Jessep Entertainment & Sports Lawyers, the latter of which was confirmed by a report from theScore Esports.

Riot filmed a brief video tour of the Tainted Minds house and posted it on January 28 Australian time, a couple of weeks before players filed to terminate their contracts.

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Tainted Minds responded, saying all players “listed remain contracted to Tainted Minds on the Riot Global Database”. On top of that, Riot confirmed publicly that none of the players who walked out were free agents – meaning they were no longer playing in the OPL, or receiving match payments, but also unable to join other teams or play in other Riot-affiliated competitions until the end of 2017.

At the time of writing, ShorterACE, Rosey and Cake are still listed on Riot’s contract database. The database is a public document, and the current status for all professional League players can be viewed here. (Curiously, Avant Garde has 11 players listed at the time of writing, despite Riot’s earlier stated roster limit of 10.)

The Tainted Minds players on Riot’s global roster database, as of March 16.

One player not on the Tainted Minds roster is their former coach Inero, who reached a settlement with the team overnight. He’s been released from the roster. ChuChuz recently rejoined his former team, Legacy Esports, even though he walked out on Tainted Minds with the other former players:

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The following day we went to Riot mostly out of desperation on getting things fixed as well as their office aircon … after much discussion our minds were set on leaving, we couldn’t deal with the issues anymore. The following day all the players (except Praedyth) and Nick decided it was within our best intentions to leave. I’m the only one who lived in Sydney and offered for all of them to stay at my house as we had entered a legal battle and it could take some time.

Cake, ShorterACE and Nick all stayed with me for about 4 weeks before heading off and in that time through these difficult times it really bonded us as a team. It’s sad it ended this way.

Like the other players, Tainted Minds did not see his contract as broken – but it’s understood that Legacy Esports agreed to buy out the contract, and as a result he was allowed to join them and continue playing in the OPL. The situation is less rosy for the remaining players, with Cake and Fasffy alleging that they are still owed outstanding wages.

Just before 7:00 PM last night, Riot’s Daniel Ringland issued a statement (under the username CptStupendous) saying that Riot “holds the contracts with the teams” but not the players, and that Riot “spent time listening to the allegations from both sides, gathering information to enable us to support the process”.

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“Any disputes that arise from the contracts held between the organisation and its players is a matter we will always advise on, and will act upon in cases where player safety is a concern. In this instance, the players did not report any concerns around their safety, but they did report a number of concerns around their living standards we encouraged them to resolve directly with the organisation. When it was clear that was not going to happen, we set up a resolution meeting with all parties (more detail below). When the dispute continued, we suggested all parties seek legal advice.”

Ringland went on to write that their contract “provides guidelines around housing occupancy, not general living standards, these are set in the contracts between teams and players”. He added that “at no point were we made aware that players were not receiving the Riot stipend” until March 7, and that Tainted Minds had told them “that as of 16 March all payments to players have been made”.

One of the players confirmed with me shortly after the statement’s release that they still hadn’t been paid outstanding fees for December, or their stipend from the third and fourth weeks of the OPL. Cake also refuted Riot’s statement by saying the company had been was aware of the issues since January, and then proceeding to post screenshots of emails showing that Riot had been informed of the players, manager, and head coach’s desire to leave Tainted Minds, as early as January 11. The tweets were since taken down, but screenshots of the emails were uploaded online.

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“The contracts for both the manager and the head coach have been breached due to negligence by the organisation. Player’s [sic] contracts are currently not fulfilled, but they are within the 30-day window provided to the organisation to amend issues,” one email reads.

Rosey, a current player on the Tainted Minds roster, added that the former players were not the only ones who were struggling:

The public response towards Riot has been nothing short of scathing, especially considering the penalties handed out to Team Immunity and Chiefs Esports Club. Users also criticised Riot for not being more protective of player welfare.

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Tainted Minds, at the time of writing, was yet to issue a statement despite repeated requests for comment. Should they do so, we’ll post it here.


This story originally appeared on Kotaku Australia.

Defeated League Of Legends Player Rams Head Through Computer Monitor  – collectionfifatips.com

[Image via Ifeng]

Goodness. After losing a match, a League of Legends player in the Chinese city of Lanzhou, one player apparently got angry and slammed his head through the computer screen.

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According to Ifeng, he was pissed at how poorly his teammates played and took it out on an internet cafe monitor.

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While other players snapped photos to share online, the net cafe staff helped the guy get his head out of the hole he made.

[Image via Ifeng]

That looks like it really hurt.

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A local news reporter (via ShanghaiIst) went to this net cafe and claims to have confirmed with staff that this incident did happen. However, the destroyed screen had been pitched, and the cafe’s manager conveniently denied the whole thing.


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FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Champions Rewards (Weekend League & Monthly) on collectionfifatips

FUT 17 Champions Rewards

FUT 17 Champions Rewards

The brand new feature in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team entitled FUT Champions can give out the best rewards possible for players including coins and all sorts of high end packs. First you have to qualify for the weekend league and then you’ll have 40 matches to play to try and rank up.

The rewards are calculated by how many wins you will get in the 40 games. If you get to elite rank then you can get IF packs and in the top 100 you can acquire a big sum of coins and Ultimate TOTW packs. You can even grasp the opportunity to play in the Championship series on the world stage with the FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC) the end goal.

In this in-depth article you will get details on all of the FUT weekend and monthly rewards from start to finish. Check out the full guide below.

FIFA 17 Weekend League Updated

FIFA 17 Weekend League Updated

Your rewards will only be given to you if you’ve completed at least 5 matches over the weekend period that you’ve qualified. The game mode is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC users. All of your earned FUT Champions Weekend League Rewards will be delivered to you during the week, which is before the next Weekend League. The timing has changed so the new time is on Thursdays at 6pm UK for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Automatically Qualifying

If you get promoted from division 2 to division 1, hold Div 1, or even win Div 1 then you’ll gain entry to the weekend league with a free pass. If you achieve level Gold 3 or higher then this will also make you eligible for the following weekend league as well.

Weekend League FUT Champions Rewards Bronze

Bronze 3

Up – 1 win out of 40 playable matches

1,000 Coins
2 Gold Packs

Bronze 2

2 – 4 wins out of 40 playable matches

3,000 Coins
2 Premium Gold Packs

Bronze 1

5 – 7 wins out of 40 playable matches

7,500 Coins
1 Premium Gold Players Packs

FUT Champions Bronze 1 2 3

FUT Champions Bronze 1 2 3

Weekend League FUT Champions Rewards Silver

Silver 3

8 – 10 wins out of 40 playable matches

10,000 Coins
1 Premium Gold Players Pack
2 Jumbo Premium Gold Players Packs

Silver 2

11 – 13 wins out of 40 playable matches

15,000 Coins
1 Mega Pack
1 Rare Gold Pack

Silver 1

14 – 17 wins out of 40 playable matches

20,000 Coins
1 Jumbo Premium Gold Players Packs
1 Mega Pack

FUT Champions Silver 1 2 3

FUT Champions Silver 1 2 3

Weekend League FUT Champions Rewards Gold

Gold 3

18 – 20 wins out of 40 playable matches

30,000 Coins
2 Mega Packs
1 Rare Players Pack (50K pack)
Automatic qualification for the following Weekend League

Gold 2

21 – 24 wins out of 40 playable matches

45,000 Coins
1 Rare Gold Pack
2 Rare Mega Packs
Automatic qualification for the following Weekend League

Gold 1

25 – 28 wins out of 40 playable matches

50,000 Coins
2 Jumbo Premium Gold Players Packs (100K packs)
Automatic qualification for the following Weekend League

FUT Champions Gold 1 2 3

FUT Champions Gold 1 2 3

Weekend League FUT Champions Rewards Elite

Elite 3

29 – 31 wins out of 40 playable matches

70,000 Coins
1 Premium TOTW Packs
1 Jumbo Rare Players Packs
Automatic qualification for the following Weekend League

Elite 2

32 – 33 wins out of 40 playable matches

100,000 Coins
1 Premium TOTW Packs
1 Jumbo Rare Players Packs
Automatic qualification for the following Weekend League

Elite 1

34 or more wins out of 40 playable matches

125,000 Coins
2 Premium TOTW Packs
2 Jumbo Rare Players Packs
Automatic qualification for the following Weekend League

FUT Champions Elite 1 2 3

FUT Champions Elite 1 2 3

Weekend League FUT Champions Rewards (Top 100) 26-100

Rank 76 – 100

125,000 Coins
1 Ultimate TOTW Pack
2 Jumbo Rare Players Packs

Rank 51 – 75

125,000 Coins
1 Ultimate TOTW Pack
3 Jumbo Rare Players Packs

Rank 26 – 50

150,000 Coins
1 Ultimate TOTW Pack
3 Jumbo Rare Players Packs

FUT Champions Rank 100 to 26

FUT Champions Rank 100 to 26


Weekend League FUT Champions Rewards (top 100) 1-25

Rank 11 – 25

150,000 Coins
1 Ultimate TOTW Pack
4 Jumbo Rare Players Packs

Rank 2 – 10

200,000 Coins
1 Ultimate TOTW Pack
4 Jumbo Rare Players Packs

Rank 1

250,000 Coins
1 Ultimate TOTW Pack
4 Jumbo Rare Players Packs

FUT Champions Rank 25 to 1

FUT Champions Rank 25 to 1

FUT 17 Monthly Rewards Detailed

FIFA 17 FUT Champions Monthly Rewards

FIFA 17 FUT Champions Monthly Rewards

FUT Champions Monthly Rewards Bronze

Bronze 3

December | March | June

Up to 6 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

Up to 5 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

Up to 3 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

1 Bronze Champions Pack (contains 1 Bronze Team of the Week inform player)


Bronze 2

December | March | June

7 – 17 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

6 – 14 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

4 – 9 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

1 Bronze Champions Pack (contains 1 Bronze Team of the Week inform player)


Bronze 1

December | March | June

18 – 27 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

15 – 23 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

10 – 17 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

1 Bronze Champions Pack (contains 1 Bronze Team of the Week inform player)


FUT Champions Monthly Rewards Silver

Silver 3

December | March | June

28 – 38 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

24 – 32 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

18 – 23 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

1 Silver Champions Pack (contains 1 Silver Team of the Week inform player)


Silver 2

December | March | June

39 – 48 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

33 – 41 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

24 – 30 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

1 Silver Champions Pack (contains 1 Silver Team of the Week inform player)


Silver 1

December | March | June

49 – 72 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

42 – 66 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

31 – 49 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

1 Silver Champions Pack (contains 1 Silver Team of the Week inform player)


FUT Champions Monthly Rewards Gold

Gold 3

December | March | June

73 – 83 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

67 – 72 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

50 – 53 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

Gold Champions Kit
1 Gold Champions Pack (contains 3 Gold Team of the Week inform players)


Gold 2

December | March | June

84 – 97 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

73 – 84 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

54 – 62 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

Gold Champions Kit
1 Gold Champions Pack (contains 3 Gold Team of the Week inform players)


Gold 1

December | March | June

98 – 111 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

85 – 96 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

63 – 71 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

Gold Champions Kit
1 Gold Champions Pack (contains 3 Gold Team of the Week inform players)


FUT Champions Monthly Rewards Elite

Elite 3

December | March | June

112 – 121 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

97 – 105 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

72 – 78 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

Elite Champions Kit
Gold Champions Kit
1 Premium Champions Pack (contains 11 Gold Team of the Week inform players)


Elite 2

December | March | June

122 – 128 wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

106 – 111 wins out of 160 playable matches

January

79 – 83 wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

Elite Champions Kit
Gold Champions Kit
1 Premium Champions Pack (contains 11 Gold Team of the Week inform players)


Elite 1

December | March | June

129 or more wins out of 200 playable matches

October | November | February | April | May | July | August

112 or more wins out of 160 playable matches

January

84 or more wins out of 120 playable matches

Rewards

Elite Champions Kit
Gold Champions Kit
1 Premium Champions Pack (contains 11 Gold Team of the Week inform players)


FUT Champions Monthly Rewards Rank 1-100

Rewards

Top 100 Champions Kit
Elite Champions Kit
Gold Champions Kit
1 Ultimate Champions Pack (contains 44 Gold TOTW inform players)

Monthly rewards are always delivered before the end of the month for the previous months matches. EA Sports never have any consistency with the dates so it’s slightly unpredictable. On the whole they seem to deliver monthly rewards at the back end of each month. Got a question? Leave a comment in the box below and we’ll get back to you.

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FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Leaked Date – Trading Tips Investment – collectionfifatips.com

The FIFA 17 Ultimate Team winter upgrades are out this Friday with a date confirmed, in this post you’ll learn how to take advantage with expert trading tips on making loads of coins free and easy. Follow the steps in the video below to gain knowledge of all the secret in-forms to invest in.

So you’ll want to go out and buy all the players mentioned in the video, there IFS will go up because of the upgrades to the players stats and overall rating. The OTW (ones to watch) cards are the best choice and will get you a greater return investment.

Players such as Mane, Firmino, Coutinho, Kane, Alli, Hazard, Higuain, Hererra, Jones, Kante, Diego Costa, Lallana and many more will have an increase. This is the quickest and easiest way to gain coins fast in the FUT transfer market. You can always keep the new OP card or sell it on for profit if you so wish.

Remember that Friday the 17th of February is the release date of these winter upgrades so you’ve only got a couple of days to get busy in the auction rooms and start bidding or BIN players that have in-forms or black cards.

collectionfifatips | FUT 17 Premier League Ratings Refresh (Winter Upgrades)

FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

From the dates starting February 17th to February 27th literally hundreds of players will have their stats and ratings permanently updated in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team as part of the Ratings Refresh reform. The updated overall ratings will only apply to new base items which can be found in packs but some existing IF versions of select players will be automatically upgraded next time you launch FUT.

Below you can find the full list of Premier League players who’ve had their ratings boosted including upgrades and downgrades.

FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh Premier League Upgrades

FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh Premier League Upgrades

Eden Hazard – LW – Chelsea: 88 → 89

Eden Hazard Rating Refresh

Eden Hazard Rating Refresh

Alexis Sanchez – ST – Arsenal: 87 → 88

Alexis Sanchez Rating Refresh

Alexis Sanchez Rating Refresh

Coutinho – LW – Liverpool: 85 → 86

Coutinho Rating Refresh

Coutinho Rating Refresh

Diego Costa – ST – Chelsea: 85 → 86

Diego Costa Rating Refresh

Diego Costa Rating Refresh

Christian Eriksen – CAM – Tottenham Hotspur: 84 → 85

Eriksen Rating Refresh

Eriksen Rating Refresh

Harry Kane – ST – Tottenham Hotspur: 84 → 85

Harry Kane Rating Refresh

Harry Kane Rating Refresh

Joel Matip – CB – Liverpool: 82 > 83
N’Golo Kante – CM – Chelsea: 81 > 83
Adam Lallana – CM – Liverpool: 82 > 83
Ander Herrera – CM – Manchester United: 82 > 83
Roberto Firmino – ST – Liverpool: 82 > 83
Dele Alli – CAM – Tottenham Hotspur: 80 > 82
Virgil van Dijk – CB – Southampton: 79 > 82
Jordan Henderson – CDM – Liverpool: 80 > 82
Idrissa Gueye – CM – Everton: 76 > 82
Kasper Schemichel – GK – Leicester City: 81 > 82
Antonio Valencia – RB – Manchester United: 80 > 82
Kyle Walker – RB – Tottenham Hotspur: 81 > 82
Sadio Mane – RW – Liverpool: 79 > 82
Danny Rose – LB – Tottenham Hotspur: 80 > 81
Jermain Defoe – ST – Sunderland: 80 > 81
Héctor Bellerín – RB – Arsenal: 79 > 80
Marcos Alonso – LWB – Chelsea: 77 > 79

FULL LIST

  • Alvaro Negredo – ST – Middlesborough: 80 → 81
  • Wilfried Zaha – RM – Crystal Palace: 79 → 80
  • Nordin  Amrabat RM Watford:  79 → 80
  • Heung Min Son – LM – Tottenham Hotspur:  79 → 80
  • Victor Wanyama – CDM – Tottenham Hotspur:  78 → 79
  • Divock Origi – ST – Liverpool:  78 → 79
  • Marcos Alonso Mendoza – LWB – Chelsea:  77 → 79
  • Victor Moses – RWB – Chelsea:  77 → 78
  • Michail Antonio – RM – West Ham United:  76 → 78
  • Tom Heaton – GK – Burnley:  76 → 78
  • Troy Deeney – ST – Watford:  76 → 78
  • Marcus Rashford – ST – Manchester United:  76 → 77
  • Robert  Snodgrass – RM – Hull City:  75 → 77
  • Mohamed Elneny – CDM – Arsenal:  74 → 77
  • Kelechi Iheanacho – ST – Manchester City:  74 → 76
  • Jordan Pickford – GK – Sunderland:  73 → 76
  • Darren Randolph – GK – West Ham United:  74 → 75
  • Matt Phillips – RM – West Bromwich Albion:  74 → 75
  • Oriol Romeu Vidal – CDM – Southampton:  74 → 75
  • Harry Arter – CM – Bournemouth:  74 → 75
  • Viktor Fischer – LW – Middlesbrough:  74 → 75
  • Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – CM – Southampton:  74 → 75
  • Danny Simpson – RB – Leicester City:  74 → 75
  • Alex Iwobi – LM – Arsenal:  70 → 74
  • Harry Winks – CM – Tottenham Hotspur:  64 → 70
  • Joel Castro Pereira – GK – Manchester United:  57 → 67
  • Tom Davies – CM – Everton: 58 → 64
  • Nicolas Otamendi – CB – Manchester City: 85 ← 84
  • Steve Mandanda – GK – Crystal Palace: 85 ← 84
  • Bastian Schweinsteiger – CM – Manchester United: 83 ← 82
  • Claudio Bravo – GK – Manchester City: 85 ← 83
  • John Terry – CB – Chelsea: 84 ← 82
  • Robert Huth – CB – Leicester City: 80 ← 78
  • Wes Morgan – CB – Leicester City: 79 ← 77
  • Lazar Markovic – RM – Hull City: 78 ← 76
  • Oumar Niasse – ST – Hull City: 77 ← 75
  • John O’Shea – CB – Sunderland: 76 ← 74
  • Stephen Ireland – CAM – Stoke City: 76 ← 74
  • Evandro Goebel – CM – Hull City: 76 ← 74
  • Bakary Sako – LM – Crystal Palace: 75 ← 72
  • Gerhard Tremmel – GK – Swansea City: 75 ← 71

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collectionfifatips – FIFA 17 Career Mode Best Young U21 Players Potential EPL

This is the best young under-21 players potential growth on FIFA 17 Career Mode in the English premier League. Check out the full HD video tutorial below to learn all of the young wonderkids that go up to has potential to be special in manager mode.

There are a total of 48 players in the squad report and the amazing talent isn’t all at the top as there’s tank 90+ rated players in the middle and at the bottom of the list. There will be a lot of players you’ll be familiar with that play in the EPL week in week out but also some that are starting to just come on the seen and will break into Premier League 1st teams in the near future.

You will be able to make an incredible team with this guide on Career Mode and have players with Complete Defender, Complete Midfielder and Complete Forward in your squad. The year is 2025 and the last season has been simulated as i played through all seasons up until the last one.

Using the loan glitch to increase a players potential growth you will be able to get your wonderkids to a 90 overall rating quite easily. Make sure to share the content if you enjoyed and there will be more U21 videos on the way throughout the year right here on the official website and YouTube. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay right up to date on all publications and follow us on Twitter for exclusive content.

Overwatch adding server browser so you can share your hideous/amazing custom creations on collectionfifatips

Overwatch adding server browser so you can share your hideous/amazing custom creations on collectionfifatips

An incoming Overwatch [official site] patch is introducing server browsing as an extension of the team shooter’s custom game mode. As a result you’ll be able to create and share your own customised Overwatch experience with friends.

“An extension of Overwatch’s Custom Game mode, the Server Browser allows you to adjust the settings on various maps, modes, and heroes, creating your own tailor-made server. If, for example, you want to increase Pharah’s missile speed or remove the cooldown from McCree’s Combat Roll, the power is yours. Once you’re happy with your settings and you’re ready to launch your game, you’ll need to set up the permissions. You can limit the number of people who can join your game by toggling the ‘Friends Only’ or ‘Invite Only’ options, but if you want to put your strange creation to the real test, set your server to ‘Public’ and click the launch button.’

This is the first thing in a fair few months which has made me feel like going back to Overwatch and having a real poke around so I might go on a server cruise to see how the ratio of fun to utterly broken experiences is shaping up.

The patch is currently live on the public test realm where Blizzard trial and troubleshoot changes before applying them to the main game. To get hold of that you just select PTR from the region dropdown in the Overwatch tab of the Battle.net client.

Skimming the rest of the patch notes it looks like the Capture the Flag mode Blizz were trialling in the Lunar New Year event is here to stay and will go into the Arcade as a game mode.

In terms of the heroes, Bastion’s getting tweaked with the aim of making him more flexible. Obv the changes aren’t final, depending on how the PTR playtesting shakes out but the general aim is to shift some of the power from his Sentry configuration (the static turret option) into his Recon configuration (the mobile option). At the moment that means things like the bullet spread in sentry mode being increased and critical hits and headshot damage multipliers being removed, whereas the bullet spread in recon mode is decreased.

There’s also a change to Mercy which makes her temporarily invulnerable after using her resurrect so hopefully she’s not going to get instakilled as soon as she uses the darn thing.

So yes, for now it’s on the PTR and will end up in the live game – perhaps with some slight variations – soon.

Overwatch teases something new via robo-prodigy, Efi on collectionfifatips

Overwatch teases something new via robo-prodigy, Efi on collectionfifatips

Looks like Blizzard are teasing something to do with a new character for Overwatch [official site]. They’ve put up an “interview” with 11-year-old robotic engineering prodigy, Efi Oladele, which is clearly teasing something on the robotics/AI front.

To be honest, as long as I never have to pick through a Sombra-style interminable ARG reveal event again I’m probably fine with whatever Efi’s interview presages.

The fictional Q&A is centred around Oladele being awarded a prestigious grant and what she might then go on to do with it. If you’re a fan of Blizzard’s reveal process or Overwatch lore the whole thing will be of interest. Similarly if you just like that Blizz are making their robo-genius a small girl from Numbani. For everyone else, it’s this bit:

Speaking of which, do you have any plans for what you’re going to do with your grant? New computer? College tuition?

Oh… I have an idea…

No hint?

It’s a secret for now… but my parents are taking me on a trip to celebrate! It’ll be my first time flying, so I can’t wait.

Overwatch teases something new via robo-prodigy, Efi on collectionfifatipsGiven the wording and given it doesn’t seem likely Blizzard would want to stride merrily into a “we added a child soldier to our roster” PR bunfight the prevailing theory is that Oladele will be building the next hero or the next whatever the heck it is rather than head to the battlefield herself.

That said there are maybe some ways they could still involve Oladele in an indirect way, or make it explicit that she’s somehow not dying or killing. Alternatively it might skip forward in time and, I dunno, have her as a grown up going on to transplant her consciousness into a robo body like in that X-Files episode where people start uploading their consciousnesses to the internet. Or maybe she used the grant to start the Omnica Corporation which then led to that Omnic Crisis (the details of which I periodically look up and forget but if my current memory serves it was something vaguely like the Aug Incident in Deus Ex).

There’s also the fact that this might not even be a hero. It could be some kind of robotic-themed map or gear or… Look. We reached the sum total of what I know about this ^^ way back up there.

Unless this is somehow still part of that bloody Sombra reveal and even the addition of the actual hero to the game hasn’t stopped that confounded ARG.