We’ll start off with the most important, right?
The G.P.A., that’s G.K. Gear and its many names, has been a major driver of our interest in eSports, and a big reason why it has so many fans.
Nowhere is the name more synonymous with esports than in its competitive League of Legends team.
While the G.I. Joe character, who became popular after the franchise’s release in 2002, is still around to make his return, it’s GankStars that has really taken off.
In 2016, the Gankstars were one of the top five teams in the world, and their top player is Gankstar himself, GankStar “Kassius” Schreiber.
The two are both former Counter-Strike: Source and Overwatch players, and the Ganks are a team that we have a lot of respect for, with their ability to play the game well.
While it might not seem like much, when you put on the goggles and start playing competitively, the experience is a lot different than when you play a casual game.
While competitive games like Dota 2 or League of War 2 can be intense, it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way.
If you can learn to appreciate a game’s competitive element, it will become second nature.
And that’s what we’re hoping to teach you in this article.