I will be watching American football for the next several weeks to cope until LCQ and Champions
fortnite, cod, halo, kinda OW, kinda RL
these are all small compared to larger esport titles like CSGO and League, but you must consider the fact that NA has only a population of around 580 Million, while countries like China and India have over 1 billion, and the entirety of Euroasia makes up half of the world population. Korea only has around 70 million (SK) but theyre just built different . the potential for more talent is increased with more population
Lol, what a ridiculous argument. So why Brazil with half of NA population and 1000x less opportunities and investments was able to win two majors on CS while NA just won one?
It's cultural, Americans can't stand to lose, they left where they are a losing and try to find a place where they can dominate.
average people in brazil and EU grew up with CS and average people in NA were playing sports games, cod, fortnite, halo, and gta
America latched onto console gaming early and it became the preferred medium here. This is before esports had any sort of international stage/appeal. Because of that, console releases dominated gaming culture here, and COD is a perfect example.
Then consider that each region basically has a dominant preferred "realistic" FPS game. For EU, BR, and CIS, it's always been CS. In America, even now, it's still COD. My friends never asked me to play CS when I was a kid, it was always COD, and always on console. I think a lot of other Americans would say the same.
Considering how it's never been popular in America, it's actually kind of a miracle that a majority-US roster won a CS Major. I feel like Valorant is more popular in NA now than CS ever was.
agree with you, that's also why Asia looks bad in csgo because there are other fps (CF, Sudden attack, PB) which are more dominating than csgo in the region. Look at pubg which is also popular in Asia, the Asian team is the top tier not inferior to EU/NA.
Honestly, I didn't think about that. Most of my friends until college played on PS or Xbox and I didnt know competitive games until I got a pc. Console culture just was not that competitive. I can't speak about how EU gaming was, but I always imagined internet cafés where everyone was a sweaty CS try hard, sounded like heaven to me in high school.
84% of India’s population is in extreme poverty, a quarter for China so it’s different to compare with a first world country
tf are you saying
It was when british left the country
now it has reduced to 25%
Please don't trust CNN or BBC, the only thing they show is Mumbai slums and the most backward states in the country like Bihar
half your population plays pubg mobile lite on their nokias
It was just a trend
+it is not possible to play game on Nokia 3310 as it is a cellphone, it costs around 20$
+every child owned a cheap phone such as redmi note 8 or samsung a31, it costs around 150$, which is very cheap compared to an iphone but still works
+no one had access to PC gaming
You living under a rock or something. Those stats are 74 years old bruh.
85% are u out of your mind, lmao 🤣., its 8% which are in below poverty line, and under that too people live like they arent becuae of public distribution systems, these nos. are like from when Britishers were fucking us over 100 yrs ago
and someone called u one of the nicest users on the site
I'm sorry, had to do it atleast once, especially after clicking on the official SEN twitter and replies
Inhaled an unhealthy amount of copium
well i also used to think u were nice
but now im reconsidering
but what am i to u
just some random dude
so doesnt really matter
Sounds like your having an existential crisis, is everything okay? :<
everythings fine with me lol
but thats true , i dont know u personally and im just another person on the internet interacting with u
cuz of this half the people wont take it seriously , so its fine all good
anyway its ur opinion so i dont really mind
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