I know this is a few days late, but I'm basing my official SC2 new year to begin on the week of January 7th. I've been spending nice quality time with family since December 22. It'll be a while till I get a chance to hang out with them like this again so I'm enjoying it to the fullest extent. 2012 has been such a full year full of new experiences and blown minds. I feel it's exceptionally good timing that the 2012 ended around now, and eSports can take a breath to kick start 2013~
2012 has been an amazing year for eSports. Whether being a fan, player, organizer, or manager, all of us have grown exponentially. I kicked off 2012 as a freshman Master. I had just been promoted to Master in early December 2011, and the road to GM was officially in effect. All of this were mini steps for the big picture of going pro & competing internationally.
Looking back, here are a couple of special events worth mentioning with a updated thought process~
Promoted to Gra
A very Merry Christmas to you all, and if you don't celebrate then I wish you a wonderful day ahead!
Lets take a moment off the monitor and spend a little time with our loved ones, especially those that support our eSports passion. There's never a perfect moment to say "I love you", "Thank you", or "I appreciate you". Lets make that moment today.
Have a great one everyone, gg!~
ps. enjoy some blissful peace below ^^
New SC2 Training Program
For most of my SC2 journey so far I’ve been using a very rigid 20-games-per-day program to keep track of my progress & make sure I haven’t been slacking off. I haven’t hit 20 games per day every single day for the past 1.5 years, but I think I can safely say that I hit 75%. On average my daily played games would hover around 16-18 SC2 games.
What I didn’t calculate into this was that 20 games was actual in-game games played. This didn’t include replay anal