Originally Posted by CyberDork
Actually I've played in everything from ogl to cal-m BEFORE cal-p came around. I also played with cal-i team drake a good while (not actually in cal) during season 8. They were an icelandic team with a US representative, Merc, real name was Matt Brucato. Me and him played with them when they came to the states. As I said before, no one gives a **** about id's unless you're really an OGL scrub like yourself and think id's mean you're good. I signed with steam with the BETA and STILL had a 6 digit id. ID'S MEAN NOTHINGGGGGGGG
You're obvious illiterate. I never once said that I thought it meant you were good. Show me where I said this? ID's do mean something to some people. A lot of people buy low digits because they use the XP that the person earned. Another reason is because in generally people associate low digits with being good. Since, in order to have earned low digits you would have to play for a while. Playing for a long time means a lot of practice and a lot of practice means you're likely to be pretty good. The digits itself just mean that you played early on. I also played I beta-tested steam, kept playing 1.5 because 1.6 was crap. I've played Cal, OGL, TWL, CZL. I reached CZL-I with KoD, Cal-O finals with Enemy, and a few others. I wouldn't call me a scrub, I am fairly accomplished not amazing but certainly not a scrub. And on top of that I can read and write proficiently. Beta isn't anything, I beta-tested steam, kept playing 1.5 because 1.6 was crap.
This is my last post in this thread. If you can't understand that steam accounts can be sold and sold for a lot depending on experience and digits then you sir are the noob.