Competitive Gaming is Becoming More Legitimate

Since the time where friends got together and played video games at LAN parties, competitive gaming has grown at an exponential rate. Before, games like Call of Duty, Halo, Street Fighter, and Counter-Strike were at the peak of esports with small tournaments all over the country. Fast-forward to 2018, and now these games - and more - are played in tournaments all over the world.

Coming to terms with your skill level...Summoner's Journal

Coming to terms with your skill level...

I hate these Bronze teammates! I should be in Diamond! (Sound familiar?)

We all struggle with being told we're not as good as we think we are. Competitive video games are often harsh reminders of our own shortcomings. There always is someone better than us, regardless of how good we may be. Competition, whether video games, traditional sports, spelling bees, pie-eating, or cooking (love me some Iron Chef), brings out the best and/or worst in all of us.

Let's Break it Down #11 Overwatch Competitive Season 2 Tips

Back when Overwatch’s season 1 competitive mode was just being released, I wrote an article about a few tips to help you ladder up. Well, a lot has changed since then. The game itself has changed with some balances and rules changes, but so has my opinion and philosophy of the game.

Let’s Break it Down- Overwatch Competitive Play Mode

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