Here's where all these people arrived from. Yep, it's definitely Arteezy's doing:
Mr. Wedge, you should stop trying to ridicule professional gaming as a career as it's far, far, far harder than obtaining your current job, among other things. From abysmally low salaries that would make teachers kneel down and cry in 15 languages for all the money they earn to the fact that you are in constant, top-tier world-wide competition to being pressured to display amazing results or be ready to be kicked out at any moment out of your job with no laws or regulations while you're under a 15 hours a day practice schedule, and that's not when you're playing on tournament LANs for 3 days in a row with maybe 5 hours total of sleep. Oh, and that's hoping that your manager won't [censored] completely, since they get little to no repercussion for doing so. That includes keeping your tournament earnings and running away with the money.
Just a heads up so you won't look like a clown to thousands of people who actually know what you are trying to write about. Enjoy sitting on your chair repeating the same things you've learned 30 years ago during your relaxing 40 hours-a-week job where barely anyone even has the ability of proving you wrong or challenging you.
Perhaps now with less e-Sports ridiculing.
- Mr Wedge
- "make teachers kneel down and cry in 15 languages"
- "enjoy sitting on your chair" (do I EVER do that... beside silent reading?)
- "relaxing 40 hours-a-week job" (hahahahahahahaha. I wish)
- "barely anyone has the ability of proving you wrong" (what about Matin? Shermin? Eugene? Raveel? Nour? etc etc)
And just to be clear: I never ridiculed professional gaming. I merely said that I didn't understand it. And I don't. I have no idea how it works and how it is organized, nevermind my ignorance of dota in general.