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8-01-2011 @ 2:28PM
I agree with your comment except the part about WoW being an MMO esport. While it is a popular draw, most "real" pvp'ers and esporters are on Starcraft 2, where it's much much more about skill than about team composition, and the "balance" is generally much more even, since there is really no persistent PvE to speak of, the entire balance of the game revolves around pvp.You'll note the hundreds if not thousands of livestreams of SC2 all over the place (jtv, xfire, etc), and the maybe 2-3 livestreams of wow pvp.Starcraft 2 is also much more fun to watch and commentate on - there is no pole hugging/hiding for 20 minute BS that is so common in wow arenas.Btw not saying that wow arena people are bad players, rather that wow pvp is generally regarded as a substandard way to show how good you are in pvp (due to balance issues and team makeup issues).
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