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I've seen in some IH's that certain players have been blaming EU players for lag. I believe the issue is to do with B.net, not our personal connections or the infamous GP0rn. Hence why we lag at certain time periods all of a sudden - also native NAs have shap connections which amplifies our lag.

 

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Haters gonna hate.

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how do u upload faster than download, im jelly

 

He uploads a lot of GP0rn so his ISP gave him a special deal to boost his upload speeds. Whether or not certain EU players who are famous for downloading GP0rn during inh games watch Skydie's performances is unknown.

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He uploads a lot of GP0rn so his ISP gave him a special deal to boost his upload speeds. Whether or not certain EU players who are famous for downloading GP0rn during inh games watch Skydie's performances is unknown.

 

so all the gp*rn downloaded by the eu aos players is thanks to Skydie? then ppl say he does nothing for the community

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People fail to understand that your "ping" varies depend on the servers you are connected to.

 

Ookla has test server all over the world and will choice the closest one to you and the ping it gives you are the connection between you and the "test server" not "you" to the " whole internet."

 

The speed test is mean for people to test out if the optimist average speed that the ISP is promised is true not as a prove of a stable connection since a traditional cable connection has to deal with traffic especially if you live in an area with high density of population.

 

If you live in Europe and try to connect to Murica, your ping will be over 100ms and it's normal. Same way around. That's the whole reason why there are "EU server" and "NA server" to begin with.

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People fail to understand that your "ping" varies depend on the servers you are connected to.

 

Ookla has test server all over the world and will choice the closest one to you and the ping it gives you are the connection between you and the "test server" not "you" to the " whole internet."

 

The speed test is mean for people to test out if the optimist average speed that the ISP is promised is true not as a prove of a stable connection since a traditional cable connection has to deal with traffic especially if you live in an area with high density of population.

 

If you live in Europe and try to connect to Murica, your ping will be over 100ms and it's normal. Same way around. That's the whole reason why there are "EU server" and "NA server" to begin with.

Thanks. I understand now.

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