May 26th 19:00-20:30 CET: eSports Yearbook Live Chat
eSports Yearbook is the first yearbook exclusively about eSports and stories of people involved into eSports. With over 10.000 downloads, over 100 sold books and a Russian translation, it is already a great success.
On May 26th, you will get the chance to witness a debate about eSports featuring the editors Julia Christophers and Tobias Scholz accompanied by writers Matthias Beyer, David Hiltscher and Lari Syrota. The debate will be followed by a Q&A sessions. If you want to ask anything about our passion for eSports.
19:00-20:00: eSports Debate
20:00-20:30: Q&A eSports Yearbook
To conclude there will be some nice prizes given out!
For more information on how to participate please check the News below.
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eSports Yearbook Live Chat - Transcript #7
t0bs3n: #GaMer@new PC (damir1994): I read a lot about you, but could not find any information anywhere as yearbook,where i can buy yearbook any webshop ?
all important information is at www.esportsyearbook.com , unfortunately the book is not yet listed in amazon.com for example, still with the ISBN it should be possible to order it
t0bs3n: ISBN (978-3839164310)
diejule: in any shop
diejule: book shop
losemann: marconofrio: What do you think of the ex-Wicked owners buying MYM last year? Do you think they will be (or have been) able to bring back the industry dominance that MYM had in terms of both powerhouse teams and top news content?
To be honest I do not know much about the new MYM, I have not cared alot about it. But I have seen lack of content and it has gotten far down in my priority list of scene news pages. I think they got a cool SC2 team, but I am reading not enough news. I think a team is only worth something, when you are actually writing about them constantly. That I have been...
eSports Yearbook Live Chat - Transcript #6
t0bs3n: [20:09] Mauser (poverslipvejk): Do you think that eSports Yearbook has a bright future, are you satisfied with the success of the book or it could be better?
A bright future indeed, however it depends on you people, you have to write about your passion. We got great feedback from Russia and Brazil and hope that we get some stuff from there for the next year
losemann: #GaMer@new PC (damir1994): what way use for training?
I am not a progamer myself, and I never was a progamer. But i think the best way for gaming is to always practise and play with people of higher skill to always keep improving. Also watch how u played the game and try to increase skills and strategies.
sprungschwein:Stephan Bodzin (stephanbodzin): Why wasn't seven invited into EPS Nordic? please explain.
Affentod: [20:11] Stephan Bodzin (stephanbodzin): Why wasn't seven invited into EPS Nordic? please explain.
EPS Nordic is limited to mainland Scandinavia at this point.
D.Devil: ^--- someone did a bad job
eSports Yearbook Live Chat - Transcript #5
t0bs3n: We are now soon at the end of the debate, so let me ask one short question at the end. What would be the story for 2010 which you would like to read about in the next eSports Yearbook?
sprungschwein:fragster taking over readmore
sprungschwein:easy one, wasnt it?
t0bs3n: hard to write
Chucky: yep gl on that
D.Devil: I'd like to read about eastern Europe taking over the professional scene (including Arbalet)
Affentod: I'd like to read a story about how ESL managed to become the worldwide leading eSports league.
D.Devil: oh, we're doing that thing
sprungschweink, to be serious: i would really like to get one or two sites about fragster.de, where the esport award for the best coverage 2010 is mentioned
losemann: I would like to read something about Freaks 4U being successful without being in everybodies mouth
D.Devil: okay, I'd like to read that there's an esports management course at a cool university
D.Devil: with David Hiltscher...