Ohh no. I messed up the title, I am so sorry!
Ofc. I meant the people from India. As you can see in the thread.
>1.2 billion ppl
>300 million ppl max have internet and computer
one of the highest poverty rates (170mil+), over half of the country lives on less than $3 a day, shit gdp per capita, less than half have internet, internet speeds are shit, etc, etc.
It's just that people don't consider having a career in eSports. They just go to college, get a job, get family, the end.
Limiting factors are:
> conventional careers mindset
> no support from friends/family
> limited and seldom exposure to high-level competition
> reluctance to buy expensive gaming set-ups
> lack of e-sports companies providing full-time livelihood
> Fibre internet penetration limited to urban areas