Hey all! It feels weird to be writing so soon after my last article, but I’m digging our new schedule. These shorter articles encourage me to be more concise with my thoughts and get right to the meat of my content.
Right now, I’m starting to prepare for the Latin American International Championships. As I write this, I can’t believe it’s so soon! This tournament really snuck up on me. I’ve felt fairly disconnected from the game since Australia, skipping both Regionals and only attending 3 League Cups in that time. I haven’t really done much testing in that time either, so it’s time to really step it up.
In totality, I’m dedicating about 3 days in America where I can test a bit, and then 1 day in Brazil once I get there. For today’s article, I’m going to detail my testing plans and give you ways to adapt them for your own use when you also don’t have a lot of time available to test. Let’s jump in.
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