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AU ScoTTy-
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#1
4.6 years ago
why no ladder?
meow
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#2
4.6 years ago
I would imagine because not that many teams play on it. I remember when I had a 1.6 team on the ladder hardly any of them actually accepted. Maybe if they whipped the ladder clean and got new active teams to sign up.

It just comes down to people actually wanting to play in teams and finding the players.
AU ScoTTy-
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#3
4.6 years ago
theres quite a few still playing but cs:go around corner i thought it would spark up attention?
meow
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#4
4.6 years ago
It might, but I doubt it. I'm waiting for CS:GO and can not wait
AU Bigzy
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#5
4.6 years ago
Source is better don't worry about cs:go.
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#6
4.6 years ago
Don't be arrogant. You haven't played it nor could you do better.
AU Trivium
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#7
4.6 years ago
The ladder should ust be restarted, and like enzoe said, all the teams on it should be wiped clean.

Even if there are only less then twenty teams it will still be interesting none the less, especially considering a lot of CS:S players will play on it for the lols.
AU ScoTTy-
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#8
4.6 years ago
you mean most 1.6 players play css because there isnt a 1.6 ladder.
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#9
4.5 years ago
ladder is coming back

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