doesnt he kinda have to?
I mean thats how it is with being a pro gamer.. either pro or streaming, you have to play the game whether you want it or not
otherwise these guys only know computer games as their life skill
I'm curious about that,
the degree is there yes (HUGE thing - moreso while being a pro sportsman full time), but how do they manage at getting back to the real world with maybe 31 y/o and no real work experience?
valens is a good example, I believe he graduated with a degree in computer science, and was competing back in like 2015
then went to go work in some data thingy in cloud 9, unsure what he's doing now tho