Wow.. weee…. such excitement~

The game between Cloud9 and FNATIC kept me at the edge of my seat, in the semis!
Awesome game!
fnatic caught up to the score of Cloud9 and they went into overtime…
But, they stayed on par until the very end, with Cloud9 at 20 and fnatic at 19.
Ended with Olofmeister being the last man standing, who couldn’t contain the last 2 Cloud9 players, as Skadoodle managed to defuse the bomb to clench the win.

Unfortunately, they lost to TeamSoloMid in the finals, with a score of 16-2.

More info:
DreamHack and FACEIT together with, Razer, EIZO HyperX, Monster Energy, Intel, Alienware & Vulcun presents DreamHack Open Valencia 2015 where 8 teams fights for their share of the 150.000$ prize pool!

DreamHack Open Valencia will function as the live finals for the live finals event for the league FACEIT League Stage 2, which will mean that instead of teams earning their slot at DreamHack Valencia to compete in CS:GO through direct invitations, online qualification and BYOC qualification, the teams from the FACEIT League will serve as the 8 teams participating at DreamHack Valencia!

❤ Icesabel


Hazard e-Sports’ Back

Guess who’s back
Back again
>> HZD’s back <<
Tell a friend
Guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back
Guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back..
{*”Eminem” hums*}

I’m quite tired of the team always changing their line-up.
Anyway, Hazard e-Sports is sending 2 teams for the Counterstrike WCG Singapore qualifiers.
Main team has young “virgin competitors” and the 2nd team consists of the old-timers.
They might not like what I’ve just said. =X

I don’t want to say this out loud, but, it’s already been nearly A YEAR and I’m not impressed with their professionalism.
So, I’ll say it since, it’s just plain me always complaining in my own blog.

Well, HZD won 2nd in the Game Time CS:GO in KL, Malaysia, late last year, right?
PC.COM Malaysia has repeatedly avoided us or in giving excuses in not honouring on their end to give away the prize.
Pretty much, MYR 1200 and a Thermaltake Level 10 Driving Inspiration GT Snow Edition.

Did we just got scammed? O.O
I’m wondering what’s behind those closed doors.

I know… I make a horrible manager. XD
But, I didn’t even nominate myself in.

Alright.. not in the mood to talk about all these.
I’m just gonna chillax here and…

Tee hee~

Anyway, to the HZD teams…
Good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Peace out~

❤ Icesabel

PS I love you



I’m gonna squeeze in a little joke that made my afternoon.


A man flying in a hot air balloon suddenly realizes he’s lost. He reduces height and spots a man down below. He lowers the balloon further and shouts to get directions, “Excuse me, can you tell me where I am?”

The man below says: “Yes. You’re in a hot air balloon, hovering 30 feet above this field.”

“You must work in Information Technology,” says the balloonist.

“I do” replies the man. “How did you know?”

“Well,” says the balloonist, “everything you have told me is technically correct, but It’s of no use to anyone.”

The man below replies, “You must work in management.”

“I do,” replies the balloonist, “But how’d you know?”

“Well”, says the man, “you don’t know where you are or where you’re going, but you expect me to be able to help. You’re in the same position you were before we met, but now it’s my fault.”



After 8 hours of waiting, the team finally had their first match against Kenal. Not only was it their first time playing offline together, it was also their first official tournament as a team. Plus, two of whom are completely new to joining one.

Having said so, they were pretty nervous on their debut. It was a very close fight with only a score difference of two, but, managed to clutch the last round before a tie and commencement of overtime could occur.

An intriguing semi-finals match resumed with A Team on the next morning, a hybrid team, consisting of experienced players from top teams. All eyes were on nijuyR and SpEEd__, as, they grasp multiple MvPs. You can almost always hear ominous rumours of nijuyR’s sniping skills within the online CS community for the past weeks, but, has proven his skills offline for all to see.

Unfortunately, their strats were countered by Orange eSports, who once again reigns as Malaysia’s top team that even demioX’s lucky charm could not deter. 😛

Overall, it was a great experience for the team and they aspire to work harder in the future.

Congratulations to all the winners!

1st Place – Orange Esports

2nd Place – Hazard Esports

3rd Place – A Team

4th Place – EX Gamers 2

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank OneAsiaGamer and e-club Malaysia for sponsoring us a server each.

It is a great pleasure to be with the team, who, not only are serious when need be, but, are a fun bunch of individuals who chose to play as a team.



That was a nice weekend.
Had fun.



The pictures are stored in my bf’s camera and I went back home straight after our 11pm flight last night.
I didn’t take it back to update the team’s website.. so, I guess I’ll post some of the pics here another day too.
The team got 2nd placing in the CS:GO competition in KL, Malaysia.
I’ve just gotten sick of Starbucks.. we were drinking SB coffee for 3 days!
Lost to Orange e-Sports.. not a good fight… a lot of mistakes.
Found a handful of things about the team.. good and bad.

Got to take a picture with Rifaat from Ex Gamers 2 (4th)!
I still remember when he was still young and small when he started to play CS.
Now, he’s damn tall (a third taller than me!) and good-looking. XD
MVP of his team.
Orange eSports (1st) & A Team (3rd) were really awesome to get together with us to have dinner together after the competition.

We’ve gotten 2 servers sponsored from 2 companies at the event itself.

Might be getting more EQ prizes later on.
The organizers mentioned that they’re are gonna contact me much later to pass us some more stuff.
The guys are hoping it’d be headphones. lol~

Anyway, it was their first official competition (and offline, for that matter).
2 of them have never been in a CS competition before.
2 of them were from Blackshot and moved to CS:GO.



I had fun by myself too.. won random prizes twice from the event.

I’ll update more later.
A little snippet.. they’ll be skipping next week’s competition in KL but will be joining a December competition in SG.

Woke up at 11am just now and I’m gonna have my brunch now.
Thank God I took leave today!


I was doing some designing for the Hazard eSports webbie the whole afternoon.
Pretty happy with the finalized logos and of course, already have the chosen one.


Took time off after dinner to watch the final match between Germany’s Team Alternate and US’ Ubinited.
A very intense game!
A couple of strats that I’ve never seen before. Wooo~

Since de_nuke, Alternate seemed as though they were leading the way.
But, by end of the de_dust2, they had to go through overtime TWICE and lost to Ubinited!
It seemed like Alternate was taking over again, but both were pretty weak as CTs and trashed each other, except that Ubinited got the “better” side of it after the switch.
And the final clutch went to Ubinited, who once again reigns the crown as the best for 6 times in a row.
Was rooting for Alternate.. tee hee~ they were good but had a handful of mistakes on their part.
I’d choose zAAz as MVP. ❤
You go, girl~
Hats off to your skills. Game Time CS:GO Challenge 2012


17th November 2012
17 Nov 2012


Berjaya time Square


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If there are 8 teams or less, the tournament format will be double elimination
If exactly 16 teams, the tournament format will be single elimination
If there are less than 16 teams but more than 8 teams registered, the first 8 registered teams will be selected to play in 8 teams double elimination tournament.



  • Champion:
    RM 1750 (cash + prize)
  • 2nd Place:
    RM 1200 (cash + prize)
  • 3rdPlace
    RM 600 worth of product