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6-07-2009 @ 12:06AM
And such is the failings of eSport, with sports, it's very simple at it's core, people can come in without knowing the game and pick up whats going on without two much effort, i.e two different teams, one team has to get the ball in the other teams hoop/goal. Things like WoW, DotA etc are too hard to follow, I class my self as a fairly good PvPer and sometimes I find my self loosing track of whats going on, where as in DotA if you've never played it then you will have absolutely no idea whats going on, especially at high level play.Fortunately, Wow and DotA seem to have a fairly large following (at least WoW players can relate, and then complain in the forums when their class doesn't do well in a tournament even they though they have no idea why) and thus sustained by their own fanbase, many games Dota and WoW don't really have the fanbase for people to do competitions with actual 5 figure payouts.
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