keepin it real
- Nov 19, 2018
No problem dude, but I thought you were basically saying it would be the case for most people and the game would die out after a couple of months.Novelty wore off for me in 14 days bro
Game genre is too limited for me my friend and as an e sport it's pretty small. No doubt it's good for the type of game.No problem dude, but I thought you were basically saying it would be the case for most people and the game would die out after a couple of months.
Season 2 was just announced.
It had the highest participants at EVO
The World Tour just ended with peak viewership of 87k people.
A second world tour for 2019 just announced.
Considerably easier to make it to the top than in major esports though.It is small for ESports. The genre is too hard for a lot of people.
I've played CS on and off for the best part of 10 years. I understand how incredibly difficult it is to get to a high level in CS. Still, I wouldn't suggest for a moment that any competitive FG is easier. They are simply different games so can't really be compared in those terms. I have absolutely zero chance of ever winning a major in DBFZ, even if I played for another 1000 hours, just as I would have absolutely no chance of ever winning a major in CS. I would probably agree that it's easier to get to a high level in the FGC simply because the number of participants are not as high, but my chances are still pretty much zero.Considerably easier to make it to the top than in major esports though.
The skill involved in LoL and CS GO is so high it's uncomparable.
You could sit at home like you and make a huge name for your self with a fighting game if you're really good. Even if if your crazy good at LoL you have to have so much luck to be able to even get to a LAN event. The chances ofnyou then placing in the money are ridiculously slim.
Its not as popular because it's simply not as popular, not in terms of casual player base or competitive.