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Rank 1 EU Player Watson Reveals Most Difficult Offlaners to Lane Against

Alimzhan "watson" Islambekov recently shared his thoughts on which offlaners are the hardest to lane against in a recent livestream.

Rank 1 EU Player Watson Reveals
By Shubham Dalal | Jan 2, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Entity’s newest carry player, Alimzhan “watson” Islambekov recently shared his thoughts on which offlaners are the hardest to lane against in a recent livestream. Watson was recently picked up by Entity during the off-season from HellRaisers, following the departure of explosive carry Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko to BetBoom Team.Watson also recently made his debut with the organization at the BetBoom Xmas Show tournament, where he achieved a top six finish in his first tournament with Entity.If you need more information about Rank 1 EU Player Watson Reveals Most Difficult Offlaners to Lane Against then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

Rank 1 EU Player Watson Reveals Most Difficult Offlaners to Lane Against

Watson thinks it’s toughest to lane against the offline duo of Collapse and Nightfall and Save
According to Cybersport.ru, Entity’s latest addition Watson recently shared his thoughts on which violators are the hardest to lane against in his recent livestream on Twitch.

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Watson began by saying that Team Spirit’s Magomed “Collapse” Khalilov would be his first choice facing him as Hellraiser’s carry in the first division of the 2021/2022 Dota Pro Circuit Eastern Europe (EEU) season. He further added that the offline duo of Egor “knightfall” Grigorenko and Vitaly “sev-” Melnik would be his second choice, as he feels the pair will be tougher to play against than Nightfall alone.

“[Question: Which criminals are hard to lane against?] Fall, Nightfall with save– together, not separately.”

In addition to his answer, Watson also lays out his reasoning on Fallen as his first choice of toughest criminal against Lane. While he noted that after winning The International 2021 (TI10) with Team Spirit, Collaps’ style of play as an offensive has toned down a bit, he also pointed out that the player is still very difficult to lane against.

“The fall used to be stronger. Now he’s still very strong, but my feeling was that when we [Hellraisers] played the first season of the DPC right after Team Spirit won the International, Fall’s aggressiveness as an offense was more painful. Either that or I was playing poorly as a carry.Despite his good start with Entity at the Betaboom Christmas Show tournament, Watson will have a lot to prove in the upcoming season, as he will now play against TI11 Champions (The International) in the Western Europe (WEU) DPC League. 2022) Tundra Esports and Team Secret, among other teams.

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