Ghirlanda

Ghirlanda

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Hi! I am Joshua. I have been playing competitive Tekken since 2009. I did my first international tournament in 2010. From there, I never stopped travelling and meeting new players, new faces, new playstyles. I reached the peek of my player career in Tekken 7. I was able to become a World Tour Finalist thanks to my LCQ Victory in Amsterdam, 2018, and to repeat this in 2022, as I became the Tekken World Tour Eastern Europe champion, gaining access to the Finals. I then reached 4th Place in the world Finals, the first European ever to reach the top 8 stage in Tekken 7 history. On a tournament level, I am the most successful Katarina player in the world, having achieved podium on Masters and Challengers events, as well as the 4th place in World Finals. I had been a Tekken Student and a Tekken Teacher. Always taking any advice, and always giving advices to people that asked to. I improved after tips from Tissuemon, and helped develop a fast growth mindset in players like Danielmado. Now I would like you to become a better player. It does not matter if it is just to beat your friends, to become the strongest in your city, or the become a world class player. Step by step, we can get what you want! My lessons are focused on two sides which I believe to be equally important: technical knowledge and mentality. I will provide you a feedback on your current level, and we can decide on which aspects it is the best to improve first. I am also available to provide you written analysis of your VODs, where I will analyze your strength and weaknesses, and point you out which are the best thing to improve.


Punishing Moves: Level Up your Way to Victory Mastering This Skill!
Introduction Tekken 7, the latest (not for long :P) installment of the renowned fighting game series, has captivated gamers worldwide with its complex mechanics, deep character roster, and intense competitive gameplay. Among the multitude of skills necessary to succeed in Tekken 7, the ability to effectively punish your opponent's moves is crucial. Correctly punishing moves not only opens up opportunities for damage but also plays a pivotal role in securing victories and leveling up your gameplay. In this article, we will explore the importance of mastering this skill and provide insights into how it can elevate your Tekken 7 experience.
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Preparing for Esports Tournaments: 12 Tips for Newcomers and Veterans alike
Introduction Competing in fighting game tournaments can be an exhilarating experience, but for many amateur players, it can also bring feelings of insecurity and doubt. However, in this article I will show you how, with the right mindset and preparation, amateurs can transform their uncertainties into strengths and thrive in the competitive arena. We will analyze twelve essential tips to help aspiring esports competitors boost their confidence and effectively prepare for tournaments. It does not matter if you are a tournament veteran or a first timer: I am sure reading this article will help you go further in the next event you will attend! 1. Set Clear Goals Before embarking on your tournament journey, defining clear and achievable goals is essential. Establish both short-term and long-term objectives. Short-term goals could include improving specific in-game skills or mastering particular strategies. For instance, you might set a short-term goal to improve your throw breaking percentage, or to be able to simply not going 0 2 in the event. However, I recommend something less luck-based, and more in game based: a 0 2 might happen to anybody, simply because he faces immediately two very strong players. Throwing breaks, or not failing combos, never depends on luck. It is all about skills. Long-term goals might focus on achieving higher positions, participating in larger tournaments, or even turning full time professional,
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