Tag Archives: e-sports

Experiencing and Spectating the Culture of E-sports

This is me playing Starcraft at Geisel Library. What I’m doing below is not illegal; my E-sports UCSD Starcraft club members practice often in Geisel. I have officially uninstalled the game (due to addiction in the past) in my laptop, … Continue reading

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Background and Streotypes of Pro-Gamers that You Never Knew About

As I mentioned before, E-sports originated from Korea through the game “Starcraft.” The game was broadcasted in many channels, and there were also many competitions. Participants of E-sports (pro-gamers) were mostly men, and there has been an effort to make … Continue reading

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I’m Korean, and I’ll be talking about E-sports. Makes sense right?

Hello class! I’m currently a junior, pursuing a communication degree. I’m a huge fan of NBA, and I love studying statistics of players, as well as how businesses and competitions run in pro-scenery of basketball. I also love playing any … Continue reading

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