In December 2019, the Nexus Hub team invited me to word vomit on their website. Before you read the rest of the piece, please remember this is purely an opinion based article. Some might not agree, some might think I’ve lost my marbles and some might not care… that’s all okay, consider whichever feelings my sentence retching elicits yours to own proudly, I can’t disagree with them nor do I expect you to feel the way I do.
Before we begin, let me do a quick introduction: for the last two and a half years, the majority of my time has been spent working in Europe on various esports events as a desk host, presenter and interviewer. I even shoutcasted “eGolf” once at some fancy real-life golfing competition. I’ve been lucky enough to work with some of the biggest titles, publishers and tournament hosts in the world. I’m by no means an expert and still have a lot to learn, but my travels have allowed me to form a more pragmatic approach to South African competitive gaming, something I desperately want to see grow and flourish.
With that in mind, I started thinking about what my first “opinion piece” on Nexus Hub would be, and I figured we’d jump right on to the esports bandwagon. Here’s some of the things I hope we see less of in South African esports in 2020:
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