‘Chiu on This’ is a regular and short opinion blast Today it was announced that EG and [A]lliance are now player owned organizations. As far as I know their biggest teams are Dota2 teams. This puts PPD in an interesting place as he was elected to be the CEO. It’s not surprising given his history of
Evil Geniuses and Alliance have become independent, player-owned organizations, Twitch announced Monday.
‘Chiu on This’ is a short and regular opinion piece Today’s blog is a thought exercise I do often. It is one where I look at an issue, figure out what my own general position on it is and then break it down from multiple angles to come to a more thoughtful and thorough opinion.
‘Chiu on This’ is a regular and short opinion blast I meant to do this one a while ago but forgot. If you hadn’t seen it, there was a tweet a while back between an artist and their fan. It's too early. It's too fucking early for this pic.twitter.com/91ROVmZAsM — Aryll (@aryllins) September 25, 2016
The International is the culmination of everything in Dota 2.
As a disclaimer, I don’t follow sports at all so my opinion about this comes directly about incentivization of winning. There are very few team owners that own an esports team to just make money. I haven’t talked to any of them, all you need to do is look at their actions to tell you
When reflecting on the career of EternaLEnVy, I came to realize why he was one of the most intriguing players in Dota2 (besides his gameplay style and his inexplicable ability to create teams that can throw huge leads and come back from large deficits). He legitimately thinks to himself what is the most possible anime
For the last one and a half years now, I’ve considered SoNNeikO to be one of the best supports coming out of the Western region. The problem with him was that he was stuck on NaVi which was one of the weaker teams from the West. NaVi was essentially a gilded cage for SoNNeiko. Besides
When I heard that FYM Hot Sauce, a company based out of Portland, Oregon, had entered esports by sponsoring Team NP, I was confused. What do hot sauce and esports have in common? According to Dane Wilcox, the founder of FYM Hot Sauce, more Dota fans are interested in high quality hot sauce than one
I’ll admit that I don’t watch many Chinese tournaments. Because of the time zone difference sometimes it’s just not possible, but watching the Chinese qualifiers for the Boston Major was my long overdue return to one of the most established scenes in the game. If you were like me and just started watching Chinese teams