|BattleTag||Primary Hero||Secondary Hero||Best League Tier||Best Division|
|BattleTag||Race||League||Win Rate||Actions per Minute (APM)||Profile Link|
None so far, though, i'm hoping joining my highschool's esports team will fix that.
At home I run off of an old 2005 Windows 7 PC, so I can't run most of the newer age games, but nevertheless, i've had a good share of shooters, MOBAs, those new age silly arena games like fortnite.
-Two years on a debate team
-I run a cotton candy stand for my dad.
-I've made a very small game
-I should be graduating with honors from my highschool
I've always enjoyed gaming and see it as a possibility to enjoy further compeitively or entertainment wise, playing it esports wise allows me to take it to both levels. Besides, if it means I get a scholarship doing something I love and getting better at it, then that's all the more reason to atleast throw out a bone and see if I can't strike something.
In-game, i'm often the one to try and call shots or look out and call out opportunities for us to strike. Often times, I try to act as a sort of moderator to help out the team where they need it. I don't have any definite examples, frankly, as it's a bit hard to cite games.
Out of game, like I said i've done two years as a debate student helping bring up the sophomore students. I often take charge on most of my projects to see it through and through, often times presenting the project on my own if my partners refuse to.
I do all my work at school at school, and anything left over I tend to work on it as soon as I get home after I do chores. I go on long walks to the bus stop to get to school, and overall I watch my diet as well as exercise if I start to slack in moving around. Regarding gaming, it takes up a majority of my free time, and often if I have spare time at school I try and research more about the games I play.
I'm minimally involved in my community, never really had the funds in my family to go out there and do those sorts of things. I have volunteered and help ran debate tournaments at har-ber though, and have ran a concessions stand for them at highschool events.