Once you’ve wrapped your head around the game mechanics, the next step is to get your reps in. “For experienced players,” Myth says. “I recommend participating in weekly tournaments, so that you can test your skill against better players and also learn from them.”
Iron sharpens iron, they say, and the same could be said about gamers bettering other gamers. As with traditional sports, competition makes all the difference in e-sports, and it’s just as important to use the right equipment. You wouldn’t step onto a football field if your helmet didn’t fit right, or enter a hockey rink with dull skates.
And for mobile gamers, a dynamic phone is key. “The battery life and 120Hz for gaming display on the Galaxy Note20 are probably the two things that will help me out,” Myth says. ”That silky smooth gameplay is where it’s at!”