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5 Pro Tips to Become a Better Gamer

The esports industry is growing at a competitive rate since the past two decades when multiplayer games became available to gamers. The multiplayer games offer gamers a chance to improve their skills and play at a competitive level in different teams. To become a professional level gamer, one must acquire discipline and game sense. The pros suggest that you stay dedicated to a game and learn from each other to build your strategies and improve your control over the game. Here are some pro-gaming tips that will help beginners in improving their gaming careers.

Join a community

The best way to grow in gaming is to join a community of the game you play. Find gamers who share similar interests with you. There are Reddit groups and YouTube channels that offer tips, guides, settings for specific games. If you know which game you like the most and seek professional skills for that, you can join such communities and start learning from each other. You can also make friends in-game if you find someone’s game sense better.

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Practice every day

If you like playing FPS games, you should practice your aim every day to get better at it. If you are truly dedicated to a game, you will become good at it naturally. There is no one way of achieving greatness in gaming. But you need focus and time from your busy schedule every day to keep your reflexes polished. If you play a specific character in the game, learn about the character as much as you can. Find out what you can do with that character and build your own strategies that can help you in competitive.

Have the right gear

One key element of becoming better at gaming is to have the right gaming gear. If you are a console gamer, you do not have to think much about it, but if you are a gamer, you need a PC that can run your game smooth and crisp. You also need the right mouse and keyboard to have the best DPI setting and reaction time while playing.

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Take care of your health

Learn to take breaks between the games. A 10-minute break in every hour and a 15-minute break in every two hours will keep your body relaxed. Stretch out and relax your eyes before you can get back into action. Just like athletes need the right diet and exercises to stay fit for the matches, you also need the right health and diet plans to keep yourself active while gaming.

Play with random gamers

Sometimes take a break from your team and solo queue for the games. It will help you to meet new gamers with different gaming styles and strategies. You can learn a lot from random gamers, especially when you are losing. You can find a gamer that can teach you something new and interesting about your character in the game. It also trains you to deal with the pressure of playing with new teams and their strategies.

2008 Magic Regionals Report: Go Go Platinum Angel

I was pretty excited to play last Saturday in my first regionals ever. The Fort Worth, TX regionals attracts many people. Someone told me it’s drawn 200+ players every year for the last couple of years. I was expecting 8-9 rounds.

I hadn’t had much experience with live play so I played in an FNM (Friday Night Magic) the night before. Most of my playtesting was done on Magic Workstation. In fact, I just received my deck from eBay on Thursday, only two days before regionals.

Playing in the FNM helped me make the adjustment from online play to real life play. However, the closest FNM was an hour from my place. Also, I made a wrong turn coming back home. By the time, I got back home it was already 2:00am. Plus, I still had to finalize my sideboard and plan my sideboard decisions against the popular netdecks.

By the time I created a sideboard, it was 3:30am. Regionals was at 9:00am so I didn’t get much sleep. Sleep is underrated as I found out during the tournament especially since I played a mono blue control deck for a good 9 hours.