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Future of E-sports
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Finland OldStager 
As the technology develops, if computers no longer have a physical mouse and keyboard in the future, will video games like Csgo still be played the normal way like today? /discuss
2020-11-16 19:57
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yes
2020-11-16 19:57
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Finland OldStager
With very old technology like mouse and keyboard?
2020-11-16 20:01
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yes
2020-11-17 11:19
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Brazil NotJuan
no
2020-11-16 19:58
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Cambodia retard2k
maybe
2020-11-16 19:58
no It will be played with your body. No more fat people in esports.
2020-11-16 19:58
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Croatia mimi031
imagine that. Ur jogging and some girl thats jogging also asks u "hey are jogging often?" . Not so much, I have a game tommorow. "ouu where are u playing?" Im holding B apps on mirage for Mousesports.
2020-11-16 20:05
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xaxaxaxaxaxaxa
2020-11-16 20:17
haha
2020-11-16 21:27
ahahahahaha
2020-11-16 21:31
Ahahahahahaha
2020-11-16 21:32
lol
2020-11-16 21:48
#30
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Israel xazetti
girl would run away, mouz don't get no pusi
2020-11-16 21:51
#36
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India Da_to
8/8 amazing content
2020-11-17 11:23
#5
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Romania wavyyy
we will send pros to fight irl, xantares peek in afghanistan.
2020-11-16 19:59
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Will wipe terrorism if he shoots Afghanistan from turkey though
2020-11-16 20:00
Damn, so NA will be even more DEAD of a region.
2020-11-16 21:21
esports will die, we will all play the real life
2020-11-16 20:03
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Finland OldStager
So you don't think there will be a better and different e-sport that will replace Csgo and other games in the future as the technology develops?
2020-11-16 20:07
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I wasnt serious but I think something like "Ready Player One" might be a thing in the future, the movie you know?
2020-11-16 20:08
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Finland OldStager
I don't know that lol
2020-11-16 21:12
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We genuinely might be close to having something like paintball with VR headsets on. This won't replace gaming though, gaming will still exist and what I mentioned will replace paintball.
2020-11-16 20:05
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+0.75, because i reckon both will coexist (real and virtual)
2020-11-16 21:24
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That is probably true since it takes a lot less effort, but eventually it will probably be pushed out by the vr one.
2020-11-16 21:56
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i see a fork here, both will go separate ways and improve on their own.. we will see people godlike on VR that has no physical attributes to have the same results on IRL paintball, for example and the opposite aswell.. take football for example, some of the best analysts never really played the game because they lack the physical buid to do so, but this does grant them a totally different perspective of the game i think we have space for it all
2020-11-16 22:00
i think the fps esport bubble will pop latest 2025 and streaming and content will become way more popular. i dont see how fps shooters will stay relevant n the future.
2020-11-16 20:21
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Brazil mafe^
i will play with a steering wheel, cuz yes
2020-11-16 21:18
technology develops, yes, but it has it's limits. look at autonomous cars, they were praised a lot, but it's not practical use. you cant really replace a keyboard and mouse that easily either. phones for example, have stayed the same in the last 20-30 years, nothing really changed, except few bits, like cameras, sensors, and bigger screens. basics are still the same. look how excited people were when google glasses came out, was meant to be a game changer. it's gone
2020-11-16 21:22
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although i agree with the concept, we're still on the first years of autonomous appliances, and I do not agree that phones are the same in the last 20-30 years. Not at all, actually. I do feel that the basic tech (which replaced landlines) is basically the same, but this is how the cycle usually goes - creation > improvement > replacement - we're still on the second part. To be fair, 20-30 years is not a lot when it comes to tech improvements that hits the entire population
2020-11-16 21:27
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i do not agree with you. phones have changed their shapes, but they are pretty much the same. a box you hold in your hand to make phone calls, browse internet and play. they showed us so many innovative features, like curved displays, holograms, projected keyboards and stuff, they all died, they went back to the same basic principle. still a tiny box
2020-11-16 21:29
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I see your point, but that's the concept of the tech - a product for mobility - and the rest you said that died, were attempts to improve it. For example, web browsing, cameras and GPS on your phone and it being accessible to the common population is not nearly as old as the 'wireless phones' concept that replaced landlines- this was the main tech. One could say that vocal comunication is by now a secundary function of a personal appliance that is a smartphone. this is like saying cars are the same for the last 100 years
2020-11-16 21:43
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But cars are the same as 100 years ago. 4 wheels, a cab, running on roads. I dont see flying cars, as predicted, or autonomous cars, which are still illegal in most countries. A box on wheels with a driver. Same principle
2020-11-17 06:43
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Spain SS_SS
stupid take
2020-11-17 11:27
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Explain your view then
2020-11-17 13:31
People thought that the new generations of consoles would kill the last. We still have arcades with the very first games and people making new oldschool games everyday. My guess is that none of it will die, but there will be a whole new set of games and how we play it day by day. Video games would kill board games, but they didn't. Automatic cars would kill manual shifting, air travel would kill long distances railway and roadway travels, and so on..
2020-11-16 21:22
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Finland OldStager
Yes, good point
2020-11-17 11:24
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Chile gentleeH
esports*. Yes, people still play chess physically.
2020-11-16 21:27
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#35
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Finland OldStager
But we don't watch tv from a 30 year old television and we don't call with landline phones because there is better technology
2020-11-17 11:23
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