Tuesday, May 21, 2019

You May be an Esports Significant Other Part 2

I did a blog post about what happens when you are an esports significant other.

The post can be found here

I figured it was time for a little update.
So here we go

You may be an esports significant other if:

You can identify other video gamers or "esports enthusiasts" in the wild, but you don't approach as to appear braggadocios.




I used to try to let everyone know that my husband was "esports" famous whenever I got the chance. I do need to be careful about bragging too much. I'm just so damn proud.





You get frustrated at parts of the industry but being unable to publicly say anything.


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As with any industry, esports is not perfect. Esports is also a NEW industry that is rife with un-established regulations and little international oversight




When they streaming on his phone for IRL streaming or mobile games, can't/shouldn't send messages, as it may displayed for the world to see.


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There are ways around that though, but sometimes you have to be careful. Especially if a playful mood hits you.



Changes in schedules leave your head spinning and your schedule royally flushed.



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I have never known an industry that has such a fast-and-loose approach with scheduling. There are times in which we maybe get a day or less notice that Breaky will be casting. Or they change the dates as we get closer to the event.

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