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#ActualRakilonn

Posted 15 March 2013 - 06:15 AM

huh.png SC2 has continued to expand the popularity of e-sports. KeSPA has embraced SC2 and ditched brood war

Ah finally D: So it was just a matter of time.
The last time I was interested in the esport for SC2, KeSPA said a big 'no' for SC2 and there was only GomTV which broadcast SC2 matches.
And I think it's better this way. Sure SC1 was really well balanced for the progamers and all that, but it's kind retrograde to not move in the new versions when they are quite good.

#2Rakilonn

Posted 15 March 2013 - 06:09 AM

huh.png SC2 has continued to expand the popularity of e-sports. KeSPA has embraced SC2 and ditched brood war

Ah finally D: So it was just a matter of time.
The last time I was interested in the esport for SC2, KeSPA said a big 'no' for SC2 and there was only GomTV which diffused SC2 matches.
And I think it's better this way. Sure SC1 was really well balanced for the progamers and all that, but it's kind retrograde to not move in the new versions when they are quite good.

#1Rakilonn

Posted 15 March 2013 - 06:09 AM

huh.png SC2 has continued to expand the popularity of e-sports. KeSPA has embraced SC2 and ditched brood war

Ah finally D: So it was just a matter of time.
The last time I was interested in the esport for SC2, KeSPA said a big 'no' for SC2 and there was only GomTV which diffuses SC2 matches.
And I think it's better this way. Sure SC1 was really well balanced for the progamers and all that, but it's kind retrograde to not move in the new versions when they are quite good.

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