What does it take to become an esportsman?


Esports is an industry that is getting more and more popular every year. Becoming an esportsman is the dream of many people. In this article, we will look at what it takes to become an esports player.

Step 1: Choose a game

The first step to becoming an esports player is choosing the game you want to play. Choose a game that you like and in which you can become an expert. You need to play at a professional level. You can get inspired by the earnings of other athletes on the PlayScore website. Look at how much they earn, and think again whether you should become an esportsman or not.

Step 2: Improve your skills

To become an esportsman, you need to have a high level of gaming skills. Practice and improve your skills. Play with other players, participate in tournaments and watch professional matches to learn new strategies and tactics.

Step 3: Find a team

Most esports players play on a team. Find a team to play with. It is important to choose a team that suits your level and goals.

Step 4: Participate in Tournaments

Participate in tournaments and compete with other players. This will help you improve your skills and experience the game like a pro. Win tournaments to attract the attention of sponsors and tournament organizers.

Step 5: Get sponsored

In order to become a successful esportsman, you need sponsorship. Look for sponsors who are ready to support you and your team. Connect with other players and tournament organizers to learn about sponsorship opportunities.

Step 6: Grow your brand

Becoming a successful esports player is not only about being a good player, but also about having your own brand. Build your social media profile to reach out to sponsors and a wider audience. Keep in touch with your fans and post interesting content related to the game and your life as an esports player.

Step 7: Participate in international competitions

International competitions are a great opportunity for esports players to prove their skills and gain international recognition. Participate in international competitions and give yourself a chance to become a famous esportsman.

Step 8: Train others

As a successful esports player, you can share your experience and knowledge with others. Participate in trainings and master classes where you can share your secrets of the game and help other players improve their skills.

In conclusion, to become an esportsman, you need to train hard, improve your skills, find a team, participate in tournaments, get sponsorship, develop your brand and participate in international competitions. If you are willing to invest your time and effort into this, then you have every chance of becoming a successful esportsman.

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Aaron Paquette is one of Canadaʼs premiere First Nations artists known for his bright colours, strong lines and for sharing new ways of looking at age-old experiences and beliefs. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Aaron has been creating art for the past 20 years. He apprenticed and has become both a Cathedral Stained Glass artist and a Goldsmith, influences of which can be seen in the line and structure of his paintings – displayed in various galleries throughout the country. Aaron is also an experienced facilitator, trainer and engaging public speaker. He has worked with the Royal Conservatory’s adjunct program -Learning Through the Arts- as both a Mentor Artist and as the First Nations Representative and Consultant in Alberta. This experience focused on providing the skills and background knowledge for infusing differentiated learning within the general curriculum in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. Aaron has collaborated with Ministries, Teachers’ Associations, and various community members and teachers, providing region wide teacher workshops and in- school experiences related to the art curriculum that also provide an FNMI perspective. Through this collaboration, he also provides student workshops, professional development sessions and artist-in- residence programs. A skilled communicator, Aaron has worked with Alberta Education in reconciliation, specifically between communities and school administration. He has worked for years with the Edmonton Public School Board with both in-class sessions and special sessions for promising young artists. The Catholic School Boards in the Central and Northern Alberta region have also enlisted Aaron in many projects ranging from elementary school visits that tie art into curricular learning to mural painting with High School students.