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Amateurs At Online Gaming Often Overlook These Simple Things


Users utilize the internet for various reasons, such as social networking, instant messaging, watching interactive videos, and shopping. Among these reasons, Finances Online found that there were 2.69 billion video game players in 2018 worldwide. Moreover, this number will surely expand to 3.07 billion in 2023 based on the survey's 5.6% year-on-year growth forecast.

Virtual gaming plays a vital role in the growth of the internet's global usage. The increasing number of game enthusiasts expand because of online games like Player's Unknown Battleground (PUBG), Fortnite Battle Royale, Apex Legends, League of Legends, Minecraft, Death of the Ancients 2 (DOTA 2). Through these games, players watch video tutorials.

While all these online game tutorials and gameplays inspire most game enthusiasts, millions of players still find online games challenging. Most of them try to start new gameplay, while others completely give up. This article will give you some factors that affect amateur esport gamers experience.

Lack of Practice

An excellent way to achieve the professional level in any career is rigorous training. It's hard to win any competition without hours or even years of practice. The same idea applies to online gamers.

Amateurs fail because most of them are new to the game. These new players don't understand most game rules, so they usually end up smashing their screens without strategizing first. So if you want to turn into a professional online gamer and earn millions from each higher level gameplay, the best thing to do is to spend some time learning the game first.

Lack of Motivation

Online games are not often considered profitable compared to traditional games, but most virtual games can help their top players gain millions in profit, much like how trading gold pieces in Old School RuneScape can be lucrative for skilled players. According to Statista, the top Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's pool prize per tournament is USD 7.98 million, PUBG's prize is USD 7.8, and Fortnite is USD 6.12. Therefore, this prize money only suggests that esports is as profitable as traditional games, and they attract players because they want to succeed in it.

Unlike professional online gamers, amateur players usually play with curiosity, time-killing, earning big money, and achieving success quickly. As for the top players, focus on daily practice, staying passionate in the game, and building quality relationships inside the gaming community.

Wrong Gaming Gears

If you want satisfying online gaming experiences while you practice your chosen game, you must have the right gaming gears, such as:

  1. Gaming mouse

  2. Mechanical keyboard

  3. Gaming headset

  4. Customizable Smart Lighting

  5. Ergonomic chair

  6. Fast WiFi Routers

  7. Stereo speakers

  8. High-Resolution Monitor

  9. Bluetooth Gaming Controller

  10. 4K Webcam

Key Takeaway

Turning into an online professional player requires practice, hard work, a good relationship with the gaming community, and high-quality gaming gear. If you invest enough time to harness your strategies in your chosen game, you'll eventually reach success.

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