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So, now that you found us, we present this question to you:
Do you want to win, or do you want to Dominate?
Think about that for a moment.
Do you think of the people on the other team only as your opponents? Or are they your enemy, deserving to be beat in to the ground without mercy?
If you’re happy with just winning, then you should probably go join your nephew’s soccer team where they don’t keep score because they don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings. Let’s face it: if being the best in a sport were easy, everyone would be doing it.
When you are obsessed with playing a game seriously, there is only one thing to live for: to completely and totally dominate your opponents. It is not about how you play the game; it is how you dominate it. And that is exactly what we do. If you want to beat, destroy, and completely obliterated your opponent, in other words, to dominate them, then you need us.
We are not for the timid. We are for the disciplined and the dedicated. In all honesty, we're most likely not for you. In fact, we are not for most people. We are only for the truly fanatical. If you only want to win, don’t bother us.
The intensity here is through the roof. Anything less than 100% committment from you and you will not survive. There is no touchy-feelyness here. We will help you to beat your opponent into submission. The term “hardcore” doesn’t even begin to come close.
If you put dominating your enemy above every thing else in your life, that is, doing what ever it takes and sacrificing all else, contact us. Your competition probably already has.
So, ultimately, it comes down to this:
Do you want to be liked by your opponents, or would you rather be feared?
DYG it - Dominate Your Game!
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