Espo s is a versatile industry with plenty of oppo unities for professional gamers as well as other jobs
Many parents still believe that working in the espo s business entails being an expe at video games or spending all day in front of a computer playing games. Espo s/Video Games is a versatile industry and there is a huge scope for professional gamers as well as other jobs like casters, commentators, and other suppo staffs appointed by the espo s tournaments like producers, editors, analysts, product managers, game testers, referees, producAEF crew members, event managers, social media managers, etc.
Apa from specializing in gaming skills and game theory, below menAEFed are the different professions that also help in handling the business aspect of the espo s industry like:
Managing team events
Learning about ethical and legislative laws governing the espo s ecosystem
Espo s marketing
Social media marketing
Espo s Journalists
Choose your Niche:
Are you a professional gamer or a casual gamer? Choose a game that suits your abilities, experience, and interests. In well-established games, newcomers may struggle to survive. Future games will assist you in navigating the resources and honing your play styles. Getting into professional levels is considerably simpler for well-trained pro gamers, and it helps them create a name for themselves in the business. Others with strong communicaAEF and public relaAEFs abilities and marketing expe ise should consider moving into other areas of the espo s business.
Look Out for Oppo unities:
You must, like any other profession, go out and seek new possibilities/oppo unities. Contact tournamentorganizerss and broadcasters, or apply to work for a firm and gain the necessary experience. Another opAEF to get hands-on experience in this profession is to volunteer. Sign up for unpaid volunteer posiAEFs like event manager or technical suppo staff to learn the fundamentals of running a tournament, hosting events, and assisting visitors. Internships add value to your CV and can help you get hired in prospective companies.
Practice is the key:
It’s all abopracticeise when it comes to gaming. If you want to be a professional gamer, you must put in a lot of practice time and understand the game mechanics. Look for new players and learn their strategies by watching live-streaming footage. Replay and check through your matches to find out where you went wrong. Study how professional players play the game to enhance your own game techniques & strategies.
Take Pa in CompetiAEFs/Tournaments:
Climbing the success ladder requires more than jupracticeise. Go out there and compete against real competitive athletes to see where you stand. Make contact with top players and observe how they approach the game. Form a squad of professional athletes and learn a variety of skills. This will offer you an advantage in the espo s scene and help you get recogniAEF in the community.
Stay Focused and Trust the Process:
Take your profession very seriously. If you want to be a professional gamer, you must concentrate on your work apracticeise consistently, but not to the point of exhausAEF. It’s easy to become addicted to video games and spending hours in front of a computer. Maintain your equilibrium. Maintain a healthy lifestyle, take regular breaks, stay motivated, and learn about your field constantly.
So long as you finish your studies and at least get a degree, you can pretty much go anywhere in espo s.
By: Mr Lokesh Suji, Director, Espo s FederaAEF of India & Vice President of the Asian Espo s FederaAEF (AESF)