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Placed top 10 in the Smash Bros. Ultimate Frostbite Regional. I compete daily in online smash tourney's. I've won every local tourney I have attended. I play Overwatch and League of Legends on PC, I have competed in many online tournaments, although never a part of an official team.
Run a Youtube channel with 16k subscribers. I pick up any game and I can play at a competitive level very quickly.
I have played games all my life, being able to be apart of a real team has always been a goal of mine. I want to get my name out there and be seen by many people when our team wins big.
First off, I am a leader at my academy. I am in charge of my floor of cadets. I am responsible for their health and well being, as well as accountability of them. I have taken one or two people under my wing and in the past year, and taught them how to play Smash Brothers. One person went from not knowing how to recover, to giving me a challenge every time we play. In one year, he became what took me over a decade to do. All I did was play with him daily, and give him tips and tricks on how to be better. Now we play doubles, and are a real threat to high level players.
Luckily, my school runs a block schedule for classes. This makes my life easier by providing more time in class to do my work. Therefore, after class is over I can get back to grinding on whatever game I am invested in at the time, most likely Smash. Everyday I do some sort of exercising. Whether it be by my bed or in the weight room, I always find a time of the day to break a sweat that isn't from trying too hard in a game.
With this, I sustain all A's, exercise, and have enough time to train everyday.
A couple times a month, my JROTC class goes to our field house and we back hundreds of bags to hand out to the community. These bags are filled with milk, nutrition bars, small snacks, soup and sometimes more. I feel it is vital that there are people to help give to the poor in the community, as some even rely on us for their meals.