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Like I feel as if there is a giant gap. I'm not trying to stereotype or anything, but they just seem to always be on a whole other level compared to their competition. Is it something to do with the culture?
Culturally, it's a lot more acceptable to be a pro gamer in South Korea and practice hours per day. There might also be a stronger cultural willingness to work together as a machine and put aside egos, but I can't support that as well.
And they wear awesome police uniforms all the time, apparently.
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