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idobestbuyonlinepp 09-21-2012 08:03 AM

yes i play battle field and COD as well but i have made lots of cash at tourneys in CS http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/imag...es/tongue2.gif i know its old , but when your good at something its so hard to just give it up one day, i was wondering if there is lots of gamers in Thailand (which i assumed there would be) and if they had leagues, competative online and lan events

lan is better http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/imag...es/tongue2.gif cheaters don't exist skill vs skill baby

if anyone plays on any other leagues (cod bf1942) or any game,
plz reply... would be cool to have a team goin

as far as Ragnarok online , oie... they haven't played Everquest 2 or World of Warcraft yet (betas are out in NA) almost goes live in 3 days for "wow".

those games blow away Ragnarok by far

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idobestbuyonlinepp 09-21-2012 09:48 AM

Counter strike tourneys?
 
In Canada, i have been on a cpl team, lan tourney team. wondering if Counterstike is played as much as it is back in north america, i would love to get in on some cash tourneys http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/images/smilies/wink.png

anyone else play in leagues or tourneys in Thailand? http://www.thailandguidebook.com/iB_...ns/biggrin.gif

opergolon 09-21-2012 11:19 AM

You won't have a problem finding game in Thailand. Don't know about tourneys or potential cha$h.
But why would anyone want to play CS when TFC is so much more stimulating ?

inchaaruutaa 09-21-2012 12:24 PM

In Thailand I think you better stick with Gunbound lol, CS is sooooo well anyway. I always preferred TacOps, even Frag-Ops is better than CS. Have you ever played BF1942 or COD ?

idobestbuyonlinepp 09-21-2012 04:11 PM

World of Warcraft is amazing, if you even like an mmorpg a little bit, this one is the one http://www.thailandguidebook.com/iB_...ns/biggrin.gif

I spend 3 days playing it hard (3 days off work)

and that was just beta.

Everquest 2 wasn't as pretty , but it has its addictions http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/imag...es/tongue2.gif

overall im giving the award to Blizzards world of warcraft http://www.thailandguidebook.com/iB_...ns/biggrin.gif

www.worldofwarcraft.com

its good stuff, comes out soon.


I will look for some cs tourneys on my own i guess http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/imag...es/tongue2.gif not enough players

idobestbuyonlinepp 09-21-2012 11:26 PM

Maybe because i have made lots of cash at cs in my home country and cause TFC died off :S

Seiblybiozy 09-22-2012 12:38 AM

Counter Strike is still very popular in the internet cafes here. Ragnarok and other online role playing games are also popular. Here is a recent news article:

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Quote[/b] ]Korean online games nab share of Thai market

BANGKOK - Ragnarok, a popular South Korean online game, is winning over a large number of fans among gamers in Thailand, according to a report by the Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency's (KOTRA) representative office here.

The office said on Tuesday that 58.9% of those polled in a gamers' survey cited Ragnarok as their favorite cyber game.

The game, by South Korea's Gravity Corp, was able to attract gamers in Thailand by going local and upgrading its service infrastructure and game story line.

In particular, the company offered a Thai-language version of the game. Up until now Thais had to cope with games that used English as the primary language.

The local version of the popular online game, which has a large following in China, Japan and South Korea, also features an ancient Thai kingdom, which the company said contributes to greater interest in it.

The KOTRA office in Bangkok said that besides Ragnarok, other Korean-made cyber games are also doing well.

(Asia Pulse/Yonhap)

pitoufsd 09-22-2012 04:19 AM

The only tourney I have seen here was a Ragnarok-tourney, held at Seacon (or Central, I am not sure). It was a pretty big show, but I didn't stay for too long, because Ragnarok is not my cup of tea - I just can't get past the kiddy graphics. I'm a bit too old to play an anime version of Teletubbies, lol.

CS is okay, it is indeed very popular in Thailand. Hey G0mer, did you play demo versions of Everquest 2 and/or World of Warcraft? If yes, how are they? They seem to be pretty interesting, from what I hear.

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