Chat with Major League Gamer Lunchbox
Brown is a member of the professional gaming team, Instinct. "Lunchbox" and his twin brother, Roy, form one of the deadliest duos in Major League Gaming. With yet another strong finish at an MLG competition, the duo showcased why they are two of the most consistent players on the circuit. Their emergence as premier players has contributed to Instinct becoming resounding fan favorites. Instinct is currently sponsored by Old Spice.
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Lunchbox (4:00 PM)
Hey, what's up everyone?
What's your confidence level going into Colombus? Do you guys have any LANs lined up? Good luck, you're a beast!
Lunchbox (4:01 PM)
Our confidence is pretty high. We felt like we could have played a lot better at Meadowlands, and we got second place. We're currently playing LANs with a few different teams, so it's still in the works.
Carson Cooper Naselle Wa
how is your team chemistry coming along?what are you doing to be prepared for columbus?What are your predictions for columbus?
Lunchbox (4:01 PM)
We're just practicing every night that we can. We're one of the only teams that have been practicing a lot so far. Our chemistry is good--we're trying to improve on what we did wrong in Meadowlands, improve our placing, and win the tournament.
Ty Quillon Orlando, FL
Lunchbox, would you say your team is more "role" oriented, or can everyone pretty much do anything (ex: Sniping, Objective, Support).
Lunchbox (4:03 PM)
I think everyone in a top-level pro team can do everything...no one has a set role. When you get into role playing, it gets hard to venture out of your area. It's important to be able to do whatever you can, and not have one specific role. You need to be a well-rounded player.
Cameron (McDonough GA)
who would be your all star team in mlg?
Lunchbox (4:03 PM)
Probably the team I have right now. This team has a lot of potential if we're playing our best. There are a ton of areas for us to improve on.
TJ (Emo, Ontario)
For players getting into MLG with their own team what should they do inorder to play like pros?
Lunchbox (4:04 PM)
One useful thing for a lot of amateur players is to watch some VoDs on the MLG site, to watch what the pros do and to mimic their strategies. Just playing on a consistent basis helps too.
Everyone knows the competitive spirit of the Ogres, but do you and your brother have the same competitive spirit between you two or do u like to work together to beat everyone else.
Lunchbox (4:05 PM)
We definitely have the same competitive spirit. It comes with being brothers. It's natural to have a competitive nature with your brother. We don't like losing to each other.
josh pagan (Port jeff station New york)
How is teaming with neighbor different than soviet? i mean theyre both complete slaying machines but what was the cause for the change?
Lunchbox (4:06 PM)
The main cause is trying to find a person that can just completely take over a game and dominate. Soviet is a sick player, to take nothing away from him, but with Mason on the market, it was an opportunity we were hard-pressed to pass up. It worked out pretty well for us.
Rob (Greenwood, South Carolina)
Was losing to Triggers Down more of you guys losing momentum or was it that you all cooled down?
Lunchbox (4:07 PM)
They were on fire--it would have taken a big effort from us to beat them and we weren't working well together. We went to the mats early in the series and never got any momentum afterwards. So it was a little bit of both.
Will (Holly Springs, NC)
Walshy said in his ESPN interview that Old Spice had you guys make a "Wish List" of anything you wanted. What did you "wish" for? hehe
Lunchbox (4:08 PM)
On top of the list was Lamborghinis and picking the Old Spice models for the events.
Glenn from Toronto, Canada
In your opinion, who is the best overall player on the pro circuit?
Lunchbox (4:09 PM)
I think it's a tossup. There are a ton of candidates for it. Neighbor is obviously up there...my brother is a candidate too.
Cody Burnett (Lakeland, FL)
Hey Lunchbox, What do you think your favorite part of the whole Pro MLG Experience is?
Lunchbox (4:09 PM)
My favorite part is being able to travel and go to the tournaments, talking to all the fans at the events, just being social with everyone, and feeling everyone's passion for the game.
Lunchbox (4:10 PM)
Thanks to Old Spice and all of our fans!
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