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  1. Hey NHLGamers! After a week of games fraught with upsets and demolition jobs, the groups are slowly coming together, and we are starting to get a good idea of who will end up making it in to the playoffs. Indeed, it appears as though the end of this week will be one entertaining way to end a season as almost every group is still up the air, so much so that for many groups, the final three playoff bound teams may not be properly decided until the final night of the season in a few days. Let's quickly look over what we are looking at with the FCL: The FCL is an abbreviation for the Finnish Championship League, which is an independent follow-up to our national GCL, RCL and SCL leagues. We're partnering with tech giant Gigantti in order to bring you this experience, which will culminate at Assembly Summer 2019 in Messukeskus of Helsinki, Finland. A total of 36 teams are divided into five groups of 7-8 teams. These teams will play every group opponent once in a home-away matchup, after which the top three out of each group will advance to the playoffs, starting already on Friday, the 19th of June. The playoffs will be played in a best of three format. Tomorrow, Tuesday 16th of July, we'll be broadcasting two FCL matchups - your favourite caster Arttu Hämäläinen will be calling the action. Stay tuned for a more specific announcement later today or early tomorrow. Anyway, let's get into how each group is doing, who are favourites to finish in the top 3 based off of p/g averages, who are within range of making a challenge and gaining entry in to the top 3, and finally who are in danger of missing out / have already been eliminated. Group 1 1. SOPPAJENGI (1.8 P/G, 10gp) 2. HAVU Gaming (1.67 P/G, 12gp) 3. Mockba (1.36 P/G, 14gp) -- Group 1 probably holds the lone distinction as the only group where the top three teams have all but clinched their playoff spots already. In fact, the only team within range is Supernatural, who would have to win at least 4 of their remaining games, although in practice they would probably have to roll closer to 5 if they wanted to become a lock for the playoffs. Nevertheless, if they are able to trade blows with SOPPAJENGI, then run the rest of the table then stand a very good chance of displacing Mockba and entering as the third seed. Group 2 1. Rusty Blades (1.75 P/G, 8gp) 2. Northern Ascendancy (1.67 P/G, 6gp) 3. TeQuila Sunrise (1.5 P/G, 6gp) -- If group 1 was all but finished already, then group 2 is the antithesis of that as every team bar one (Uuteen Nousuun) stand a decent enough chance of cracking the top 3 providing they go on a bit of a run. It is especially cliché, but the adage that "every game counts" has never been more applicable than it is here. Group 3 1. Almost Famous (1.83 P/G, 6gp) 2. Ghetto Firebirds (1.5 P/G, 10gp) 3. Symphony (1.38 P/G, 8gp) -- Moving on to group 3 we have another somewhat open set of teams, Virtual Horizons eSports for instance are currently in 6th place with a measly 2pts, however they have only played 4 games, with 2 of them coming against Symphony where they were able to steal a win in regulation. Ghetto Firebirds head up the group currently with 15pts in 10 games, however if they are to lose any more games, they may very well find themselves on the outside looking in once the dust has settled. Group 4 1. POGGERS (1.67 P/G, 6gp) 2. Kaupallinen Yhteistyo (1.5 P/G, 6gp) 3. LIONHEARTS (1.43 P/G, 7gp) -- You wanted an absolute free-for-all as a group? Well, look no further! Every team bar one not only are 'technically' within range of a top three finish, hell, they each stand a decent enough chance at it. Cannonieris for instance are currently sitting in 6th place with 6pts in 8 games, a total that in other groups may very well have spelled doom for them, in group 4 however all that means is that they are just 3pts out of a playoff spot, throw in some upset wins against the leading teams and the mounting of a comeback from those in positions 4,5 & 6 should not be deemed to be out of the realm of possibility. Group 5 1. Raccoon Rampage (1.83 P/G, 6gp) 2. TIKI TALK (1.75 P/G, 4gp) 3. Butterfly Effect (1.29 P/G, 7gp) -- Last, but certainly not the least we find group 5. A group in which no one has been mathematically eliminated, and one in which one slip up by any team could cost them very dearly as far as their playoff hopes go. Raccoon Rampage & TIKI TALK are perhaps the only ones who have some breathing room, although if this 'breathing room' ends up being squandered due to two losses they could very easily find themselves back fighting in the thick of it to claw back those lost points. As every other team is seemingly on their tails. That's all for now! Remember to stay alert for our broadcast announcement, which matchup would you guys like to watch?
  2. Team name: Northern Ascendancy Team abbreviation: NOR Team captains: Supreex (C), Kanelipena (A), Azestine (A) Team roster (PSN IDs): Supreex Kanelipena AzeStiNE The_Alpha_Furyan (Swedish) Nampa77 Minokin- MartindalexC (British) EA SPORTS club overview: https://www.easports.com/nhl/clubs/ps4/Northern Ascendancy Team Logo:
  3. Northern Ascendancy are looking for a starting C for the upcoming FCL. If you're interested, feel free to throw me a message here.
  4. It's physically impossible for everyone to have the same connection.
  5. What's up NHLGamers, it's that time of the year again - the full reveal of this falls NHL! As is tradition, in the early hours of the morning (for us Europeans), at the NHL awards EA released a bunch of information pertaining to the next iteration of their NHL series, ranging from details such as who the cover athlete will be, to general tweaks / additions made to specific game modes. To kick this off, here is the official reveal trailer for NHL 20, which will be released on the 13th of September 2019. The Cover As always, we'll start this deep dive into the game off with a brief introduction to the cover athlete. This year, the star chosen to grace the cover is none other than Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs. There was some speculation that the honour would have gone to Alex Pietrangelo of the St. Louis Blues instead, simply due to the much circulated picture of him hoisting the Stanley Cup, as it was perhaps the most 'photogenic' cup photo of late and was of course a fitting end to an unforgettable run by the Blues. Of course, there was also the option of going with Nikita Kucherov due to his incredible performance over the past regular season, putting up a ridiculous 128pts in 82 games (resulting in some serious hardware tonight). The Features Anyway, let's get into the real meat and potatoes of the reveal, namely the features. It may not perhaps be as 'extensive' as last years; however it is still fairly sizable. For ease of viewing, the full run down for each 'feature' will be posted below via EAs website, but as a quick guide there are five distinct additions as cited by EA. In EA SPORTS™ NHL® 20, your favorite NHL stars now look and feel more authentic with new Signature Shots and over 45 new shot types that make every attack a threat. A new broadcast package celebrates your biggest plays as you take on all-new game modes, including the new winner-take-all Eliminator mode where you play solo or team up with friends to take down the competition. Speed and Shooting Fueled by RPM Tech NHL® 20 introduces the next major innovation in RPM Tech-powered gameplay with Superstar Signature Shots. Your favorite NHL stars now look and feel truly authentic with the trademark shooting-styles you recognize from the real world. Additionally, over 45 new contextual shot animations make shooting more lifelike as players use new tools to get the puck on net. RPM Tech also ignites more speed to gameplay through revamped animation blending that allows players to execute shots, passes, and puck pickups without slowing a skater’s pace; creating faster, more skilled and more fluid plays up and down the ice. Finally, new goaltender A.I. includes full offensive threat analysis, allowing goalies to read the positioning and threat level of every attack before actively controlling rebounds and redirecting pucks away from danger. A New Generation of Hockey Broadcasting A revamped broadcast package delivers fresh new play-by-play and color commentary to NHL 20, paired with overhauled scoreboards, overlays and motion graphics; all built to put you at the center of the game’s biggest moments. See your most memorable plays come to life in new Play Of The Game highlights designed to put your best skills on a pedestal for your teammates and your opponents. New Mode and Icons in Hockey Ultimate Team™ Hockey Ultimate Team™ introduces a new way to play in Squad Battles, the fan-favorite mode from EA SPORTS™ FIFA that allows you to compete and earn big rewards in offline battles. New opponents are refreshed every day, including weekly Featured Squads assembled by NHL players, hot musical artists, hockey influencers, and superstar athletes from other major sports. Squad Battles introduces a brand new way to compete, earn and collect your dream team as you take on the best teams assembled by the biggest names in sports and entertainment. Hockey Ultimate Team also welcomes a new roster of playable hockey Icons, bringing the total number of collectible and playable Icons to over 400. New Ways to Play With Friends NHL 20 adds an all-new competitive game mode: Eliminator. Inspired by the winner-take-all competition in battle royale, Eliminator is a new way to compete in NHL ONES and NHL THREES that pits up to 81 players against each other in a survival tournament bracket to be crowned the ultimate winner. Compete solo in ONES Eliminator, or squad up with friends in THREES Eliminator as you attempt to win three back-to-back elimination rounds against increasingly competitive opponents for ultimate bragging rights. Also new to NHL 20, last year’s fan-favorite outdoor free-for-all mode, ONES, is now available to play in local multiplayer. You and two friends can select from an elite roster of your favorite NHL players, each with a unique class-based playstyle, and compete on eight outdoor ponds from the comfort of your couch in the ultimate party mode. An Ever-Expanding World of CHEL New to World of CHEL are CHEL Challenges, weekly in-game events across all of your favorite modes that unlock unique customization rewards, character XP and more. Adding to the robust character customization options introduced in NHL 19, World of CHEL now offers over 2,000 unique customization items to craft your look and your playstyle - from gear and equipment, to lifestyle apparel from hockey’s biggest brands. Four new outdoor locations bring the game to never-before-seen ponds in remote wilderness and city landmarks inspired by iconic locations. Feature Impressions Unlike last year EA appear to have been quite a bit more open regarding how much information they have released about each 'feature' this time around, dare I say they have almost been fairly self-explanatory? Let's start with "Speed and Shooting Fueled by RPM Tech". This feature in particular game should bring quite a large QOL (quality of life) update thanks to the "Superstar Signature Shots" which will add some level of immersion to the game when you are playing, as it should differentiate various 'upper echelon' players (such as Subban for example) from more 'average' players. Additionally, they have included 45 new contextual shot animations which will help raise the realism element of shooting as a whole. Furthermore, EA have added upon their 'RPM tech' for the second year in a row, which they state will improve the fluidity of the game as players should be able to blend animations together to a much higher standard, as well as pick the puck without having to slow down too much. Moving on to "A New Generation of Hockey Broadcasting" which is probably the most ambiguously written piece of the whole article. They state that the broadcast package has been "revamped", including "fresh new play-by-play and color commentary". This signifies EA completely ditching their experiment with the 'NBC' package, and have changed out the commentators of Mike 'Doc' Emrick and Eddie Olczyk for a local Vancouver radio personality in James Cybulski as the new play-by-play, as well as 'promoting' Ray Ferraro from in between the benches to color commentator. Taking up Ferraro's old role will be the infamous Pierre McGuire. The reason for the change is purely logistical it would seem, as EA are now able to get the new team in a couple of times a week to record new lines, something that was a challenge before, as Doc and Eddie were often on the road across the country from each other, and critically did not have enough time to spare. In fact, it EA appear to be pushing the boat out and will have guest appearances in the booth from hockey icons like Don Cherry & Wayne Gretzky, to musicians such as Chance the Rapper and Drake. Included in this presentation overhaul is a tweaking of the score clock location, instead of being placed in the top left it will now be visible at the bottom of the screen. Additionally, they have also included a new element to the whole presentation with a "play of the game highlight" reel. How this interacts with the whole package however is yet to be seen, although it will apparently be akin to Overwatch's play of the game system, just playing at the beginning of every intermission instead of at the end of the game. All information not visible in the EA release within this section has been sourced from Game Informer. Next up is "New Mode and Icons in Hockey Ultimate Team™" which headlines with the main change being a new mode within HUT called "Squad Battles", something that fans of FIFA should be able to recognise. Aside from this, there has also been an expansion on the raw amount of collectible and playable items within the mode, going to over 400 for this upcoming year. On to possibly the most interesting addition for NHL 20, "New Ways to Play With Friends" which signifies the expansion of The World of Chel with an entirely new mode called "Eliminator" which pits up to 81 players (yes, that is not a typo, 81... 8-1) against each other in a tournament bracket based battle royale. You can compete as either a solo player in "ONES Eliminator" or as a "squad with friends in THREES Eliminator". The goal is to win four straight games against ever increasingly more difficult opponents for "ultimate bragging rights", whatever 'that' specifically entails. Furthermore, fans of offline play will be happy to know that you can now play the 1v1v1 mode of 'Ones' offline with friends now, with a choice from various NHL players. Finally, we move on to "An Ever-Expanding World of CHEL". This seems like EA have recognised their mistake from last year and have added ways for players to gain XP when they are max prestige with the inclusion of "weekly in-game events" (named "CHEL Challenges) seemingly across all modes within WOC. As well as this, they have raised the amount of "customisation items" to over 2,000 within the mode. In addition to EA have included four more outdoor locations which will most likely be rotated through in online games (e.g. Ones and drop ins). For an even deeper dive into the features above, as well as additional information regarding Franchise Mode then please click on the following link to an article by Game Informer. Pre-Order Options As usual, EA will offer three different pre-options. Standard, Deluxe, and Ultimate. The latter two offer the ability to play the game three days prior to it's official release, therefore they will have access from the 10th of September 2019. Additionally, those with an EA access subscription will be able to play the game for the usual 10hrs from the 5th of September onwards.
  6. Hey NHLGamers, Code of Conduct have been crowned as the first NACL Pro (XB1) champion by beating Epicenter 4 games to 0. Naturally, NHLGamer would like to congratulate each and every player from COC for putting on a show en route to their title. Additionally, we would also like to thank everyone that participated in this inaugural season for making each game as memorable as the last. The game by game results for the series are as follows: Game 1: Epicenter - Code of Conduct 0:1 Game 2: Epicenter - Code of Conduct 0:4 Game 3: Code of Conduct - Epicenter 6:1 Game 4: Code of Conduct - Epicenter 3:0 Code of Conduct's championship roster: GOALTENDERS #9 C. Hoose @EnVyD l 1 #35 H. Bluntqvist @Darcy Kuemper DEFENSEMEN #2 L. Butters Scotch @Lbflag #7 D. Jacobs @x beit #16 A. Miller @Lmiller16L #16 A. Roy @Makar x 16 #23 J. Blais @Ragey23 #25 J. Kingov @cabcavlax1 #55 -. LiL-emo-boy @GeTMuTeDD FORWARDS #7 -. Karma @Karma I2I #9 -. LOL @LOL #37 J. Himoff @PieR Talent #45 -. TINO @TIN045 #87 -. Auggy @Auggy The Code of Conduct was enforced quite heavily throughout the season as the COC guys put on an absolute show in the regular season only to keep up the form in the big games. Somewhat surprisingly the eventual champions dropped games in the first two rounds but managed to sweep Epicenter in the finals. Code of Conduct seemed to have completely dismantled their final opponents as all but one game were quite one-sided and the eventual scoring differential ended up being 14-1 in favor of COC throughout the series. @TIN045 ended up being the most prolific scorer of the postseason tallying 13 goals and 23 assists for 36 points in 15 games. Code of Conduct's road to the trophy: Regular season: 12-1-1 (1st) Quarterfinals: 4:1 vs. Fox Squad Semifinals: 4:2 vs. Problematic eSports Finals: 4:0 vs. Epicenter As always, NHLGamer would like to extend a warm thank you to all participants and every single member of this great community! Enjoy your break and get ready to step on the virtual ice again very soon! Your NHLGamer Staff
  7. Hey NHLGamers, No Limits have been crowned as the first NACL Pro (PS4) champion by beating Best 4 Business 4 games to 1. Naturally, NHLGamer would like to congratulate each and every player from NOL for putting on a show en route to their title. Additionally, we would also like to thank everyone that participated in this inaugural season for making each game as memorable as the last. The game by game results for the series are as follows: Game 1: Best 4 Business - No Limits 3:5 Game 2: Best 4 Business - No Limits 1:3 Game 3: No Limits - Best 4 Business 5:1 Game 4: No Limits - Best 4 Business 0:2 Game 5: Best 4 Business - No Limits 0:1 No Limits' championship roster: GOALTENDERS #55 i. SoWhat @icallsowhat55 #69 M. Hunt @thebipolarjew69 #70 B. Holtby @Capitalsfan_08 DEFENSEMEN #8 M. FLoWeR @LaFleuR11 #9 -. Heiskanen @RSall14 #10 B. Dangles @Bo-dangles10 #91 A. Stammer @Stammerchel FORWARDS #8 -. Ethan @xDeath #19 I. Jbur @i9-Stamkos-1i #21 K. Rivs @Rivnasty #89 Y. Gladu @Yann_Gladu #90 -. Laziee @LazieeQc There really were No Limits to the greatness of this team during the past season. No Limits only suffered one regular time loss all season long and it didn't come until in the fourth game of the finals against Best 4 Business. The teams proved to be a superior defensive power with a serious scoring upside as they conceded less than a goal per game during the season and averaged over five a game at the other end of the ice. No Limits' road to the trophy: Regular season: 13-0-1 (1st) Quarterfinals: 4:0 vs. Gr8ness Awaits Semifinals: 4:0 vs. Barbajous Finals: 4:1 vs. Best 4 Business As always, NHLGamer would like to extend a warm thank you to all participants and every single member of this great community! Enjoy your break and get ready to step on the virtual ice again very soon! Your NHLGamer Staff
  8. Team name: Northern Ascendancy Team abbreviation: NOR Team captains (PSN IDs): MartindalexC (C), The_Alpha_Furyan (A), Anrh17 (A) Team roster (PSN IDs): Supreex TehhAhola The_Alpha_Furyan Eyebiz Tacterz MartindalexC Anrh17 Pentsaa Minokin- Rundqviiist EA SPORTS club overview: https://www.easports.com/nhl/clubs/ps4/Northern Ascendancy Team Logo:
  9. Hey NHLGamers! It's time for the real part of the season to start. The time when every game is tighter than the game before it. The time when each game could very well be your last. It is of course playoff time! It has been a bit of a struggle for some getting up to this point, with multiple teams deciding to call it quits and dropping out. Despite this, we're looking forward to seeing what PS4 Pro has to offer and, most importantly of all, who will end being crowned the inaugural champion! The primary game days for this round of the playoffs are: Monday the 15th of April and Wednesday the 17th of April. As always, team captains should make sure to contact their opponent in advance. Furthermore, even though all seven games are scheduled across the two days mentioned previously, it is of course possible for teams to spread out their games over the week up 'til the end of Monday the 22nd of April. Additionally, we aim to broadcast some of the series. To facilitate this we ask that all players make sure that their player cards are updated and accurately show what name they will be using in game. On top of this, to assist the broadcast staff in this endeavour, we ask that team captains contact myself (@MartindalexC) either here, or on discord and supply me with information regarding who will be playing for their team as well as what lineup they will be using. So, without further ado here are the matchups: (1) No Limits vs. Gr8ness Awaits (8) Prediction: No Limits, 4-0 (2) Rag Rats vs. Expect Many Errors (7) Prediction: Rag Rats, 4-1 (3) Best 4 Business vs. Br0 Unit (6) Prediction: Best 4 Business, 4-1 (4) Barbajous vs. Prestige Worldwide (5) Prediction: Barbajous, 4-0 --- Stay tuned for future announcements on our social media accounts for details regarding broadcasts. And as always, good luck to all competitors! - @MartindalexC
  10. Hey NHLGamers! It's time for the real part of the season to start. The time when every game is tighter than the game before it. The time when each game could very well be your last. It is of course playoff time! It has been a bit of a struggle for some getting up to this point, with multiple teams deciding to call it quits and dropping out. Despite this, we're looking forward to seeing what XB1 Pro has to offer and, most importantly of all, who will end being crowned the inaugural champion! The primary game days for this round of the playoffs are: Monday the 15th of April and Wednesday the 17th of April. As always, team captains should make sure to contact their opponent in advance. Furthermore, even though all seven games are scheduled across the two days mentioned previously, it is of course possible for teams to spread out their games over the week up 'til the end of Monday the 22nd of April. Additionally, we aim to broadcast some of the series. To facilitate this we ask that all players make sure that their player cards are updated and accurately show what name they will be using in game. On top of this, to assist the broadcast staff in this endeavour, we ask that team captains contact myself (@MartindalexC) either here, or on discord and supply me with information regarding who will be playing for their team as well as what lineup they will be using. So, without further ado here are the matchups: (1) Code of Conduct vs. Fox Squad (8) Prediction: Code of Conduct , 4-0 (2) Heroes vs. Kangaroo Court (7) Prediction: Heroes, 4-0 (3) Epicenter vs. Complex (6) Prediction: Epicenter, 4-2 (4) Problematic eSports vs. GT R (5) Prediction: GT R, 4-3 --- Stay tuned for future announcements on our social media accounts for details regarding broadcasts. And as always, good luck to all competitors! - @MartindalexC
  11. From what I can tell we (Brits) don't actually have a formal 'federation' at all, the closest we have is the one you mentioned and even then that's just there as some sort of pseudo pr / advisory centre.
  12. Team name: Northern Ascendancy Team abbreviation: NOR Team captains (PSN IDs): The_Alpha_Furyan (C), Eyebiz (A), Anrh17 (A) Team roster (PSN IDs): Anrh17 Foppatofflan Eyebiz Tacterz The_Alpha_Furyan Jtorro1234 ICappeI Rundqviiist TehhAhola (Finland) Minokin- MartindalexC (United Kingdom) EA SPORTS club overview: https://www.easports.com/nhl/clubs/ps4/Northern Ascendancy Previous team name(s): - Team Logo:
  13. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of NACL Pro (PS4) we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 - 1. No Limits (5-0-0) [+1] 2. Barbajous (5-1-0) [+1] 3. Prestige Worldwide (2-4-0) [+4] 4. Best 4 Business (1-3-0) [+1] 5. RAG RATS (1-0-0) [-4] 6. Gr8ness Awaits (0-3-0) [+3] 7. Expect Many Errors (0-2-0) [+1] 8. Cross Crease (0-3-0) [-4] 9. Br0 Unit (0-0-0) [-3] Standings timeline That's our power rankings after the third week of action in PS4 NACL Pro! We're looking forward to see which teams can keep their form running and who might be crashing. As always, if you want to see yourself at the top - keep working hard, win some games and check out the standings again next Monday! Until next time, @MartindalexC
  14. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of NACL Pro (XB1) we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 - 1. Code of Conduct (6-0-0) [+2] 2. Heroes (6-0-0) [-1] 3. Epicenter (3-2-0) [+3] 4. Quality Control (4-2-1) [-2] 5. Problematic Esports (3-1-0) [-1] 6. Complex (1-1-2) [+1] 7. GT R (1-3-1) [-2] 8. True North (0-0-4) [+5] 9. Fox Squad (0-0-0) [+1] 10. Kangaroo Court (0-0-6) [-2] Standings timeline That's our power rankings after the third week of action in Xbox NACL Pro! We're looking forward to see which teams can keep their form running and who might be crashing. As always, if you want to see yourself at the top - keep working hard, win some games and check out the standings again next Monday! Until next time, @MartindalexC
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