Let's talk a little about e-sport.
Right now I'm not playing anything but I like watching CS:GO. Mostly bigger tournaments but recently every one of my native teams struggle to achieve anything. I was somewhat optimistic at first and watched them play even when they were losing but it's a long time since they showed they can win. They lose even when they seems to be much stronger and more experienced than the other team.
The teams I'm talking about are Virtus.Pro, AGO, Devils One(previously Kinguin).
What about you guys? Do you play any competitive game? What are your favorite e-sport teams?
I used to play a TON of CS:GO and League, but the overall competitiveness of the games kinda lost its touch with me, though I still enjoy watching the pro league games of both now and then, with no direct team in mind!
I'm playing the competitive game of waiting. For the amazing DEO! 😀
But fr, just Minecraft right now.
I’ve been binging the Divison 2 atm, but I can respect the Minecraft grind.
I play a lot of Dota 2 personally, broke 5k hours not to long ago though I have played it for much longer then that (back in Warcraft 3 days also). When it comes to teams I don't really have a favorite but I do like Alliance because my Cousin was on the team when they won The International 3 (biggest event in Dota).
"There is a fine line between consideration and hesitation. The former is wisdom, the latter is fear." -Emperor Izaro
Oh boy, Division.
Well. I should have started complaining sooner. A week after my post one of those teams advanced 25 positions in ranking after nearly winning WESG
I used to be really big into e-sport games, mainly trying to climb the ladder myself. I never really got into streams or following specific teams. Lately though I've been focusing more on players non e-sport games which still have a competitive leader board or ranking system in place.
Rated number 1 in Dragon Eye Online.
Used to watch SOO much league of legends back when Aphromoo was on CLG. Wish I had time to nowadays but the interest has kind of faded.
Despite being an avid Dota 2 player i can never really get into watching games. Mostly a "Why watch when you can play" sort of thing. Doesn't help that Twitch buffers a lot for me ?