But. That was just them and not any way a domination of Toss or Trap.
I fear the younger players will mostly not choose toss as a race when they look at the last years. Maxpax is very good, but he is not near being a contender to any title (big titles, that is). And for the older players... it feels like you have to be like PartinG that is a legend and a successful streamer and earn some money of of that.
Toss has always been the punching bag as the OP race because of the effect that a disruptor shot can have or a storm (and other units). This has been a tradition in sc2 as long as I have followed the scene. Toss for sure has many strong units, and strong timings (ridiculous even) over the years I do not deny that.
Showtime seems focused and hardworking and one of the absolut best toss in EU but is not making much. Goblin showed some progress but ended up being not as motivated.
Will it end with the occasional decent run from some toss making some great play and having some luck, but mostly have to rely on being a streamer?
I fear it will still have some players left being decent, still playing cause they are good at the game and they do not have any other better options at the time.
How do you think Toss will manage in the future?
As a person who love sc2 and toss mostly (but not only ofc), i am biased, but also very frustrated by the situation.