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Re: E-Sports

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true but three guys can only do so much to coordinate, make trailers ,and record amazing matches for you guys to watch and get inspired to kick some tail lol

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true but three guys can only do so much to coordinate, make trailers ,and record amazing matches for you guys to watch and get inspired to kick some tail lol


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If a company doesn't push the game themselves then it isn't going to happen.  What is going to affect the game going to e-sports is how popular it is.  It's dissapointing to hear they aren't trying to get into e-sports themselves, because I'd love more good games that are more skill based and less luck that AREN'T regular SF, MK, or KOF style fighters.  League of legends is fun to watch but has a lot of imbalance issues, and star craft is basically rock paper scissor strats and you better hope you picked right and just too complicated for many people to invest themselves into. Unfortunately, community effort can't do it alone.  It's too unorganized, messy, and cliques begin to form, and then you have awesomenauts, which is just a pathetic community lol.

 

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If a company doesn't push the game themselves then it isn't going to happen.  What is going to affect the game going to e-sports is how popular it is.  It's dissapointing to hear they aren't trying to get into e-sports themselves, because I'd love more good games that are more skill based and less luck that AREN'T regular SF, MK, or KOF, style fighters.  League of legends is fun to watch but has a lot of imbalance issues, and star craft is basically rock paper scissor strats and you better hope you picked right and just too complicated for many people to invest themselves into honestly. But unfortunately community effort can't do it alone.  It's too unorganized, messy, and cliques begin to form, and then you have awesomenauts lol which is just a pathetic community.

 


I generally agree with you, but a company also can't ram a game down the E-sports community throats either. I know the State of the League guy personally, if PASBR turns out to have the depth, maybe I'll get some tips on how to get a good community going. 

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Let's get dat e-sports moneyYi9P4.gif

 

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