Am I expected to know GFi#
More so with the cs fan base than the players, you'll always find idiots on HLTV like "no "insert player" made the right decision here to join this team instead of that team because look how much money they make now compare to before" rather than viewing the winning and legacy as the most important part.
well with all the orgs failing maybe there will be a new generation of not for profit gamers
I organized few 2v2 ARAM LoL tournaments for fun. I was shocked to see that most people were asking "what's the cash prize". Man, you serious? :D
I used to organise cups and events around 2007/2008 and people were 100% playing for fun and competition, eventually the OpenCups or EuroCups winners of Clanbase received a bit of money but that was it.
I don't understand why having casual teams almost disappeared.
most pros definitely didnt start playing intending to make a career out of it
and in todays scene you dont go pro by just "loving the game"