6aming's Brewer England takes a look at the behind the scenes of Call of Duty as an ESport. Get an in-depth look at how competitive teams work fluently together.
I'll just leave this here. http://youtu.be/R7HbCkU_-cM
I have not played black ops 2 multiplayer, but from the looks of it I have played it many times before.
I hope DICE get's BF4 to become an esport game. that would be way more interesting to watch than "skilled" cod players run around a map.
Battlefield is boring to watch.
Fifa tournament ?
not really, I enjoy watching commentators play BF3 in youtube. watching there reaction when a tank pulls over the corner is better than watching some dude get a killstreak.. *yawn* shit gets boring.
lol cod takes no skill bf3 doesnt take much skill either but its much more than cod inb4 haters heres a link to my account im a esport player have a 60 killstreak i know what im doing killzone 2 is the best esport game on consoles this gen. battlelog is down if you use battlelog search RedempTioN_xAiMz
"Call of Duty as an ESport: Behind the Scenes on How it Works" - Find room with one entrance - hide in corner - kill same person at least twice - wait for them to alert their team mates to your lair - rack up kills as they storm in like lemmings - use kill streaks - rinse and repeat Did I miss anything?
LOL. So true. CoD doesn't take any real skill at all. The only reason it's in eSports is because of the popularity of the game.
If they wanted it to be legit, there would be no killsteaks at all, and it would just be gun vs gun action.
Essentially, you are all correct in how you really only sit in a corner to be good in casual games of CoD, but coming from someone who doesnt like Call of Duty, the competitive scene has a lot more to it than what you see in your multiplayer matches.
Maps are incy wincy
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