Might be considered as a new team or mix by some, however this lineup has been playing very regularly in recent weeks and showing some serious potential with their online performances. Four out of five players have significant lan experience and were all members of strong lineups in the past, so they should not have problems with the big stage. A big question mark remains with their 5th player, f1ashyy, who seems to be somewhat of a mystery and quite a recent appearance in the CoD2 scene.
Players to watch out for: devzr - a long time CoD2 player, who can be considered as one of the best snipers in game, when he has his day. Capable of racking up serious frag counts, while always interested in a team approach, he should be the backbone of his team. Lance - CoD2's only male model and a regular at all the recent big CoD2 events, starting off with German teams, mainly Sisyphus, later with the Dutchies in ephix - look for him to handle the shotgun most of the time, however he is very capable with various other weapons, too. A very calm presence in general, which is always good to have at these events.
experience on the big stage, regular training, can surprise
a big unknown in one player, still a bit of a mix, tend to rage and argue sometimes
This lineup has potential to go deep into the playoffs, however they will have to keep going strong in their training to really gel as a team and very much hope that f1ashyy can mimic his online performances at TLSA, too, as he seems to be one of their top fraggers in most matches. Most of the community is usually quite sceptical with players who suddenly appear and start owning top teams around, so f1ashyy really has to prove himself at this upcoming lan, which will also be very directly linked to the overall success of MMK, as they will definitely need his online play at Munich to go far. Can he deliver, is he for real? Let's see.