The two main types of learning to become a better gamer in competitive gaming are skill based learning and knowledge based learning. In this article, we will discuss the knowledge based learning.
Knowledge Based Learning
Knowledge based learning means you learn all information regarding the game that might give you an edge like statistics, meta builds, maps, layouts, etc. Depending on the game learning about unit information, character stats, compositions, hero statistics might be necessary. It doesn’t matter what game you are competing in, whether it be League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, World of Warcraft or any other game...
We already discussed how to improve yourself as a gamer but Using a VPN for Competitive Gaming is considered to be mandatory for a competitive gamer. With the development of various black hat techniques now it’s possible to make it completely impossible for you to win if you don’t protect yourself. These techniques might include DDoS-ing your IP and network which might completely disconnect you, but at the very least increase your latency.
The solution is to use a VPN which acts as an intermediary server between you and the game servers. When someone tries to find your IP to DDoS you, they will find the IP of the VPN server. When they launch their network attack against you it will be against the VPN server, which will soak up the attack...
The two main types of learning to become a better gamer in competitive gaming are skill based learning and knowledge based learning. We will discuss both in detail starting with skill based learning.
Skill Based Learning
Skill based learning means you train the parts of your body, including your brain that does not have anything to do with actually knowing stuff. It doesn’t matter what game you are competing in, whether it be League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, World of Warcraft or any other game. You have to train several things to become a better player like your muscle memory, the execution order of combos and your reaction time.
All three can be trained separately and can be improved upon...