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Lack of Japanese Pro Players
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Brazil pcR 
Japan is known as a "modern" country right? So why is the esports scene so small? Any japanese user would know how to answer?
2021-02-23 00:41
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#3
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China SwooksarV2
Honestly, having kids addicted to playing video games isn't exactly a good thing.
2021-02-23 00:43
12 replies
#7
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Brazil pcR
It isn't, but esports is more of a job for some people
2021-02-23 00:45
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#23
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China SwooksarV2
Well, that requires a lot of kids being addicted to playing games first. I'm guessing there just isn't enough public interest in order to justify investing in eSports. The lack of public interest could stem from culture and how society views video games. You have the more conservative (is that the right word?) Asian style of upbringing. Cram school, lots of school and homework, good grades, and then university and finally an office job most likely. Also, I've heard that there are less internet cafe's in Japan. This could be because of the readily available PC's at home, and just because they don't have a culture for it like Korea. (I honestly don't know how PC Bangs got so popular in Korea. Is it because of the starcraft boom and it just became popular? Idk. In China it's because there are a lot of poorer areas, and going to an internet cafe for 5yuan - 20yuan [$0.70USD = 1 yuan approx.] a day is cheaper than buying your own rig) Edit: They have a huge fighting game and Nintendo scene though. Like tekken, street fighter, smash, etc. They have a lot of arcades.
2021-02-23 01:01
8 replies
the arcade scene in JP is fucking insane
2021-02-23 01:11
#49
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Brazil pcR
i think it is the right word and thanks for the info bro <3 internet cafe's aren't a thing in brazil anymore are the internet cafe's in china "from the government"? lol
2021-02-23 01:57
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#97
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Brazil medonhoso
I think you have a very wrong impression of china
2021-02-23 03:59
4 replies
#98
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Brazil pcR
i do
2021-02-23 04:02
3 replies
by saying internet cafe, you mean lan houses right? because in Brazil they ceirtainly are popular in some regions, but not quite as it used to be.
2021-02-23 04:25
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#104
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Brazil pcR
yes
2021-02-23 04:44
Lan houses used to be very popular in China like 10-20 years ago. Most city families can afford gaming PCs now, but lan houses are still popular in rural areas
2021-02-24 04:55
First I really didnt want to read that much like tl dr but this was super interesting lol
2021-02-28 08:51
#172
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Greece RedWinter
it's not that the Japanese don't play video games lol, it's just that they are 99% console gamers
2021-02-23 16:44
1 reply
+1 the culture isn’t how it is in the west
2021-02-28 00:13
#4
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Brazil pcR
Are japanese players more into SP games?
2021-02-23 00:44
3 replies
JRPG
2021-02-23 14:25
2 replies
MMO in total
2021-02-23 15:19
1 reply
+1 MMORPG
2021-02-24 13:23
just like Korea japan has insane standards of education which reduces the amount of time teenagers have free, while there are a lot of pro players in Korea same can’t be said about japan which means that parents are less likely to allow their kids to spend their spare time playing games
2021-02-23 00:45
25 replies
#11
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Brazil pcR
thanks for the info
2021-02-23 00:47
#87
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North America 007DBR9
not the reason, japan has plenty of pro teams in other games, and so does south korea, cs just never hit off there
2021-02-23 03:23
22 replies
#108
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Korea HullU
valve killed themselves in Korea. also, we have this stupid game called sudden attack, which took all the attention from cs
2021-02-23 05:31
21 replies
Valve killed themselves? how do you mean? And how similar is sudden attack to cs?
2021-02-23 07:22
13 replies
#142
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Korea HullU
valve made pc bangs pay money for cs. Koreans like free games :) Sudden looks like 1.6
2021-02-23 08:10
12 replies
pc bangs? i really don't understand what that is.Isn't csgo free right now?
2021-02-23 14:18
11 replies
pcbangs are Internet cafes with gaming rigs, basically.
2021-02-23 14:20
Pc bangs are LAN centres here in Korea.
2021-02-23 14:29
9 replies
ah.Just searched up a bit.It seems the incident back in 2004 left a permanent scar.
2021-02-23 14:57
8 replies
#174
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Korea HullU
yeah, the 2004 incident. that's why nobody in Korea knows what csgo even is because it died back then :( and now valorant killed an already dead Korean cs community
2021-02-23 18:52
2 replies
that's quite unfortunate man.Hope valve will do something in future.It seems all it needs is a little push from valve side to advertise the game. Would love to see some asian mix competing at the top in csgo.
2021-02-24 10:30
1 reply
that for sure would be really interesting but i really doubt valve cares at all.
2021-02-28 08:58
#195
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Brazil baldok1
I’m sorry, what happened on 2004 ?
2021-02-28 00:14
4 replies
"In 2004, Valve made a notorious decision to charge 15 dollars per month for every computer in PC Bangs in Korea"
2021-02-28 09:16
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#254
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Brazil baldok1
what ? so every pc bang with cs would have to pay monthly ? wtf ?
2021-03-01 07:04
2 replies
pay monthly for EACH pc that had cs on it. it was a terrible decision.
2021-03-01 07:33
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#260
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Brazil baldok1
unpolite as hell, wtf
2021-03-01 19:18
Just looked up sudden attack, wtf mens. I thought Koreans had higher standard than that piece of shit looking game
2021-02-28 00:15
5 replies
#198
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Korea HullU
at least its dead. people play LOL or valorant (sometimes overwatch) now
2021-02-28 04:31
3 replies
How big is valorant now? Or how much bigger than cs?
2021-02-28 06:06
2 replies
#204
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Korea HullU
people didn't even know what csgo was until valorant came out. it only got some attention because of valorant, but also got killed by it :(
2021-02-28 06:25
1 reply
Interesting, I thought that might happen. I hope it turns into the situation with dota and league where dota gets the league players who want a “harder” game. I Don’t play either but that’s what I’ve heard
2021-02-28 06:28
You have to realize that people started playing sudden attack in korea well over 15 years ago.
2021-02-28 09:01
How about Point Blank in south korea mens? I thought it was the one that pretty popular there
2021-09-24 03:35
#201
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Australia ceejae
I've wondered about this question for a while and this is a pretty reasonable explanation, is this a theory of your own or did you read this somewhere?
2021-02-28 06:16
#6
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Turkey 69kagan
most of the esport players from japan play tekken and street fighter
2021-02-23 00:45
3 replies
#17
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Brazil pcR
and as far as I know, smash
2021-02-23 00:49
2 replies
The smash scene over there is alive but because nintendo are a bunch of backwards old idiots they don't provide any prize pools for their tournaments, as paying entry fees is considered illegal gambling over there. For example, one of the better JP ultimate players, shuton, won smash ultimate's evo japan tournement awhile back and got ... a controller. That's it. 2nd, 3rd and so forth got nothing. And that's for ultimate, their newest game... all of their other games get nothing at all. Meanwhile tekken tournaments over there have mutli-tens of thousand dollar prize pools, if not more lol
2021-02-28 06:23
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#210
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Brazil pcR
holy shit a controller :( pretty sad for smash scene...
2021-02-28 08:16
It's a cultural thing. My wife is from Korea, and she says Japan is the same way but even more strict. Parents don't allow much free time rather often
2021-02-23 00:46
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#15
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Brazil pcR
i see, thanks
2021-02-23 00:49
what I have seen in japan you really don't have much time for yourself either
2021-02-23 16:38
they play LoL
2021-02-23 00:46
1 reply
#13
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Brazil pcR
not proplayers tho
2021-02-23 00:48
I don't recall seeing japanese players really in most esports, the scene is really tiny or in really specific games. They mostly eating kimchi n shit i don't know what else they do
2021-02-23 00:48
16 replies
American education
2021-02-23 00:49
1 reply
I thought all the bel-tards were doing an uprising, why are you here?
2021-02-23 00:52
kimchi is korean I think
2021-02-23 02:03
3 replies
Probably, either way Japan is a country I would not want to live in.
2021-02-23 02:24
2 replies
sounds like you're too stupid to even be able to live in Japan
2021-02-23 16:39
1 reply
You sound extremely offended, I hope all those tears you are shedding can fix your scene and hopefully makes you less susceptible to HLTV comments in the future.
2021-02-23 21:17
0/8 Nt incel
2021-02-28 11:58
9 replies
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2021-02-28 12:04
8 replies
Ok virgin
2021-02-28 12:13
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2021-02-28 12:15
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2021-02-28 12:18
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2021-02-28 12:25
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0iq racist murican virgin incel school shooter redneck
2021-02-28 12:32
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2021-02-28 12:35
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0iq racist murican virgin incel school shooter redneck micropenis gypsy
2021-02-28 12:38
#256
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United States Shr3y
You Act like you're an old fag Signed up October 2020
2021-03-01 07:46
#14
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United Kingdom meramoer1
prob playing like league or overwatch or vallorant not cs
2021-02-23 00:48
2 replies
except they dont really have a scene in those games either
2021-02-23 08:04
1 reply
#148
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United Kingdom meramoer1
idk i dont follow just guessing
2021-02-23 13:47
#18
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Andorra breasts
too busy making curry
2021-02-23 00:50
4 replies
Japanese make curry?
2021-02-23 03:39
1 reply
#94
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Andorra breasts
yeah bro it's the best
2021-02-23 03:40
compare #12 and #18 proves that Europeans have an absolute obsession with hating the US
2021-02-28 09:19
1 reply
#251
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Andorra breasts
what you mean bro
2021-02-28 15:12
#22
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Japan Tobu_
Fighting games are more popular over here, traditional MOBAS or FPS games are not as popular.
2021-02-23 00:54
7 replies
Also console games seem more popular than pc ones, am i right?
2021-02-23 01:10
#45
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Brazil pcR
i see, thanks for the info
2021-02-23 01:54
i heard apex legends is huge in japan
2021-02-23 02:04
4 replies
apex isn't even considered an esport in my opinion.
2021-02-23 02:31
2 replies
there's esports side of it still, and whenever i see japanese apex streams they have huge viewers especially on youtube
2021-02-23 07:21
1 reply
yeah but they aren't there for apex, they're there for the streamer. Shroud could literally sit there and cry like a baby, literally, and he'd still get viewers and donations. That's just how the streamer life is, a lot of people with nothing better to do. Also partially because a lot of people just end up watching the people with the most viewers, that's why they generally stay at the top even if the content is pretty trashy.
2021-02-23 07:54
#180
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Japan Tobu_
yeah for sure, i was suprised when people from the west were calling it a dead game, cus its p big over here
2021-02-24 04:33
#26
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Chile Benja1207
cookiezi carrying country
2021-02-23 01:01
1 reply
he quit w
2021-03-01 08:01
cuz they are smarter than us and study more and are busy making money
2021-02-23 01:06
1 reply
#44
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Brazil pcR
it's not like korea isn't the same
2021-02-23 01:53
#29
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Finland Lolipowerr
They rather play in gamehalls and rarely own a gaming pc and fps isnt that popular there. Gaming culture is completely different there.
2021-02-23 01:09
The thing with eSports in japan is actually complicated. For a long time, videogames tournaments couldn't provide huge economic prizes because they would fall inside the gambling category by the law. Now there's an org that regulates eSports and provides "pro-gamer" licenses to players in order to be able to win huge payouts in tournaments but it seemed that or was also a bit sketchy with their intentions in doing so. Also, some Japanese pros were against it because they felt it didn't make sense to have an org saying who can make a living out of videogames and who couldn't base in god knows what... And there's also the fear of the mafia will start to get deeply involved in eSports scenes. (They're already a problem with anything related to gambling). I'm doing an overall summary based on what I learned about the topic following Fighting Games. If you do research about the topic, I'm sure you'll find some deep dives about the topic.
2021-02-23 01:13
1 reply
interesting
2021-02-23 16:41
2 replies
#42
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Brazil pcR
what?
2021-02-23 01:53
LUL +1
2021-02-28 12:17
Their Esport is osu!
2021-02-23 01:13
2 replies
#41
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Brazil pcR
lol
2021-02-23 01:52
Only osu taiko
2021-02-23 07:44
#36
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United States codgun
Used to be a somewhat relevant Japanese team in Asian CS called Absolute that went to Valorant, played in WESG 2018 and lost to G2 in playoffs
2021-02-23 01:14
1 reply
#40
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Brazil pcR
sad :(
2021-02-23 01:52
#37
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Other damnum
All cs jap players moved to valulrant kek
2021-02-23 01:14
8 replies
#39
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Brazil pcR
were there any cs japanese players?
2021-02-23 01:52
7 replies
Yes, there was legendary player RIPablo Escobar
2021-02-23 01:57
4 replies
#52
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Brazil pcR
never heard of him, 1.6?
2021-02-23 02:01
3 replies
no, japanese scene is dead thats why
2021-02-23 03:08
1 reply
What hikikomori's playing often? MMORPG?
2021-02-23 04:49
#111
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Laos Kalacia
retired for valulrant mens((
2021-02-23 05:52
I remember crow and his team were really good
2021-02-23 15:15
Laz was pretty much the only one that could go international. He was good
2021-02-28 09:21
#47
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Estonia whosmans
there is a negative correlation between educational intensity and national csgo prevalence. This negative correlation is why countries like Russia, Brazil, and the Balkans all have thriving cs scenes whereas countries like the US, Japan, and China's cs scenes are dying obvious outliers in africa considering their lack of technology and education
2021-02-23 01:56
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#50
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Brazil pcR
what about french cs?
2021-02-23 01:59
#182
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Europe Vallon4
This post was going well until you included US in the countries that put social pressure on educational intensity, lmao. NA scene is dying because they're just garbage and move to Valorant. And that still isn't the reason CSGO isn't relevant in Japan, it's just a West game. Just like nobody here has a clue what Crossfire is even though it has millions of players in China.
2021-02-24 04:48
2 replies
-1
2021-02-28 09:32
here in brazil it used to be pretty popular, probably because the game was shit so it could run in any affordable pc at the time
2021-09-24 03:22
what about denmark, sweden , french, german cs ? what a lame excuse lmao
2021-09-24 03:24
japanese people don't play fps often, they play more rpgs games im living in brazil but i was born in japan and i can tell for sure, that e-sports is not too big there
2021-02-23 02:23
the famous esports in Japan are mostly fighting games and pokemon as far as I'm aware
2021-02-23 02:29
3 replies
#72
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Australia vamped
did you just call pokemon an esport?
2021-02-23 02:41
2 replies
#73
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Estonia whosmans
there are more pokemon lans than csgo lans recently :(
2021-02-23 02:43
Not a major esport but there’s not really another name for it, there have been international competitive lans for the games since mid 2000s
2021-02-23 03:18
#68
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Hungary Pitsa31
1. School is very time consuming there 2. Prize money is really low there since law bans events whose prize money is over something (might have been something like 900€) and promotes something besides it (in this case, game) 3. Japansese players play tends to play games development by japansese companies 4. Assuming that Japan is really conservative, career as esports player isnt probably supported there really
2021-02-23 02:32
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#77
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Sweden quacke
Also this is just a feeling I have, but I'd imagine that console gaming is more popular compared to PC gaming than it is in Europe and NA. Correct me if I'm wrong.
2021-02-23 03:03
1 reply
#79
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Hungary Pitsa31
Heard same. Back then it was Nintendo and Sega, nowadays nintendo, playstation and those slot machines
2021-02-23 03:11
#116
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Brazil pcR
holy shit these laws SUCK
2021-02-23 07:00
most kids when i go to an esports cafe here are either playing valorant, LoL or Apex. I think we will see more Japanese pros popping in the valorant scene soon. But fighting games are way bigger here than FPS. I ranked up 5 ranks in 4 weeks in CS when i first moved here.
2021-02-23 02:37
2 replies
when did u move there?
2021-02-23 03:24
1 reply
5 years ago
2021-02-23 03:45
I am very confused by the fact valve released a lot of arcade exclusives in japan
2021-02-23 02:49
3 replies
#117
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Brazil pcR
never heard of them do you have the names?
2021-02-23 07:01
2 replies
Eehh i meant valve has released arcade version of games like half life 2 only at japan
2021-02-23 07:04
1 reply
#130
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Brazil pcR
sick, imagine playing half life 2 in an arcade
2021-02-23 07:08
i think they prefer mobile gaming, specially the gacha genre
2021-02-23 02:59
1 reply
#118
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Brazil pcR
lol mobile gaming
2021-02-23 07:01
#80
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Australia Ohnorepo
Have you seen the reports on how much free time students and workers get over there? Japan is well known for it's long working hours, they even have a word for being overworked to death lol. That extends to schooling too. People have been trying to change that for decades but very little has changed. E-sports just doesn't fit into their incredibly tight schedules on a massive scale.
2021-02-23 03:11
1 reply
#119
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Brazil pcR
yikes imagine living like a robot 24/7
2021-02-23 07:02
Honda, Fnx, Liminha...
2021-02-23 03:13
1 reply
#120
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Brazil pcR
nak and bit as well
2021-02-23 07:03
2021-02-23 03:21
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#121
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Brazil pcR
lol
2021-02-23 07:03
#85
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United States PP_Bizon
Like many have said, Japan and school are big reasons. Japan actually did have a very small scene for a while though. However when valorant came along the entire scene jumped ship. Literally all of the pros. I'm pretty sure they were fairly successful in val. Idk if they still are. I do know there is a fair bit of japanese people following pro cs on twitter as well.
2021-02-23 03:22
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#123
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Brazil pcR
i mean i don't like valorant but i wish nothing but the best for them, representing japan in esports is surely not an easy task
2021-02-23 07:04
1 reply
#150
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United States PP_Bizon
Yeah the team absolute jupiter in valorant was absolute in csgo, they're currently doing pretty well in the japan scene looking at the results. Probably the beast team in japan atm.
2021-02-23 14:10
they play video games on consoles
2021-02-23 03:22
Because they have a well developed domestic gaming industry which takes up market share from western games like CS GO. PC gaming in general is less popular there for the same reason. Playstation and Nintendo dominate the market.
2021-02-23 03:29
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#126
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Brazil pcR
RIP Sega :(
2021-02-23 07:05
all play fighting games or MMOs japan had a couple pro teams but they all moved to Valorant
2021-02-23 03:29
1 reply
+1
2021-02-23 08:06
Most of them are in Seige or Valorant.
2021-02-23 03:29
they do have a gaming scene, but not a large esports scene because the games that are popular in their culture are not comp games
2021-02-23 05:46
#112
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Brazil wetdark
It is a question of culture. The study is more important.
2021-02-23 05:56
1 reply
#127
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Brazil pcR
studying in brazil omegalul CV IS HIRING
2021-02-23 07:06
PC gaming is barely a thing in Japan. And esports on consoles is a joke.
2021-02-23 06:46
1 reply
#128
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Brazil pcR
besides fifa and some other sports games you're 100% right
2021-02-23 07:07
#134
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Europe SBC|SG_TS
because they are too busy by making technology for us.
2021-02-23 07:22
1 reply
#163
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Brazil pcR
thank japan!)))
2021-02-23 16:35
CSGO racist towards Japanese people
2021-02-23 07:26
1 reply
#164
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Brazil pcR
we need more japanese agents
2021-02-23 16:35
Japanese ppl working while we nerds playing computer games
2021-02-23 07:45
pc gaming was never popular and the popular ones were mmorpgs like wow and final fantasy. They play way more gacha games and console games
2021-02-23 08:19
modern doesnt mean they need to have esports scene, but i think they had scene, not in CS though
2021-02-23 08:20
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#165
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Brazil pcR
i mean, it's not difficult to get a pc there right?
2021-02-23 16:37
they are busy drifting in Tokyo
2021-02-23 09:19
Japan views gaming as gambling.. i know wierd, I believe things are changing (valorant is rising) but atm you can't really run profitable events. If I'm not mistaken Evo Japan couldn't charge entrants
2021-02-23 13:56
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#166
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Brazil pcR
damn hosting an event without paid entrants 0 profit
2021-02-23 16:38
PC Gaming is not a thing in Japan Arcade culture + Sony/Nintendo influence The only big FPS there is Apex Legends
2021-02-23 14:14
only foreigners play Cs Go, or Dota 2 in Japan lol
2021-02-23 14:21
They don't play pc that much lmao.
2021-02-23 14:23
me!
2021-02-23 14:28
1 reply
#168
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Brazil pcR
you!
2021-02-23 16:39
#173
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Romania Obuz8
Japan has many pro teams and players,just not in CS,which is basically a dead game everywhere except EU
2021-02-23 16:50
4 replies
#176
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Brazil pcR
cs is very present in brazil mens)))
2021-02-23 19:14
3 replies
cuz brazilians are poor and you can play cs on 50$ pc
2021-02-28 00:11
2 replies
nt pepsi
2021-02-28 06:33
1 reply
+1
2021-02-28 12:33
#179
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Algeria s1mbot
What do u expect from chinese cartoon fans ?
2021-02-23 22:16
1 reply
#258
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Brazil pcR
to be good at math 🥶🥶
2021-03-01 16:35
#185
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Other AirOK
PC gaming isn't as popular in Japan as the rest of the world. It's there, but nothing compared to console and mobile gaming.
2021-02-24 05:01
Japan has more Mobile gaming + Console player base. Most people there doesnt have gaming PC nor like playing in PC. Pretty much, it is about culture. If I am not wrong when LoL open a serever in japan, it didnt have enough playerbase about 100k players.
2021-02-28 00:30
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#259
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Brazil pcR
Japanese LoL servers worse than brazilian servers
2021-03-01 16:37
Esports isn't huge in Japan. Casual gaming is, and especially casual gaming on PlayStation
2021-02-28 05:37
Too busy watching anime
2021-02-28 06:24
japanase are worried with other stuff like human human instrumentality project and other cool stuff
2021-02-28 06:30
All I can say is that it's a shame that players like RIPablo never got a chance to try his hand against better opponents. That's why CSs asian scene has been gutted by valo, as they're willing to and have set up weeklies that are sponsored by intel and the like... sure you only get like $100 if you win but that's ten trillion times better than the NOTHING that valve has set up over there. For example, it took bntet years upon years of literally holding a team on his back 100% of the way to even get remotely noticed on the international stage, and even now he's not even close to the upper echelons of play. Maybe one day we'll see asia come into prominence but it'd almost certainly be a chinese/ korean team like tyloo, vici or MVP PK, not a JP one. In the entirety of my time watching CS I've only ever known one interesting JP team that's ignis, and they've since moved to valo lmao
2021-02-28 06:31
untalented
2021-02-28 08:25
2021-02-28 08:54
Japanese doesn't see it as work. And everything that isn't work make you worthless.
2021-02-28 08:56
they only good at nintendo or fighting game i think. if team game i only heard splatoon and japan is top tier but who cars right?
2021-02-28 09:21
Japanese actually look down upon pc gamers, people will think you’re weird if you have a computer and play games on it, they will actually avoid you. Pc’s are usually only used for work related stuff. The mobile scene is the biggest I believe in Japan.
2021-02-28 11:46
Too busy watching hentai animu and k-pop
2021-02-28 12:01
#236
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Russia Vigilance
Probably they all play league of legends or valorant
2021-02-28 12:09
#237
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Palestine MrZoldiK
Compare the level of technology of any country with the development of e-sports (For 1st world countries) and you will find the relationship is inversely proportional, the Japanese community has more interest in technological development rather than playing games, which is reflected from the conservative ethics of the old Japanese (Work and development), environment such as Europe take humans rights and people comfort seriously, which reflected the development in the entertainment scenes in general (Football, Esports, and almost every other sport).
2021-02-28 12:10
#239
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United States fatburger
Im not japanese but its mostly cause of how hard their school is and the parent mindset behind playing videogames all day, valorant is the first really big esport game there
2021-02-28 12:15
Actually Japan has a really good esports scene but not when it comes to CS:GO, unfortunately...
2021-02-28 12:15
#250
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Lebanon Dogman69
come to Japan
2021-02-28 14:48
First of all, there is no soil. Japanese people have not been interested in global e-sports titles since time immemorial. Right now, they are into APEX.(Younger children prefer fortnite, but most play it on Switch.) Secondly, there are no good training partners. The few good players and teams disappear without improving each other. Lastly, Japanese are not good at English and cannot establish a base of operations overseas(me too).
2021-02-28 18:24
Busy committing war crimes
2021-09-24 02:42
#262
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United States Azaqa
Because they suck
2021-09-24 02:52
all the weebs are coming out with their guns blazing in this thread.
2021-09-24 03:30
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