Valve decides to make a documentary about professional gaming life

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<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E-RMUp8M54" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E-RMUp8M54</a>

going to be boring. a gamer's life isn't that fucking interesting. but Valve, infallible, etc.

it's about The International DOTA 2 tournament, grand prize is $1 million so big deal for super-nerds I guess.

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I think this is something I could get into.

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I usually enjoy most gaming documentaries regardless of topic. Granted, e-sports is kind of lame in general (who wants to watch people play games) but I enjoyed "frag" which was in a similar vane. I personally don't believe someone can make a career out of playing games, even with a one million dollar prize that is only one person out of thousands who are going to get anything out of it.

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I usually enjoy most gaming documentaries regardless of topic. Granted, e-sports is kind of lame in general (who wants to watch people play games) but I enjoyed "frag" which was in a similar vane. I personally don't believe someone can make a career out of playing games, even with a one million dollar prize that is only one person out of thousands who are going to get anything out of it.

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Think again! With sponsors and tournaments, many players are able to earn a living playing competitive videogames, though this is far more common in the Asian scene.  Not only that, but some companies are looking to expand e-sports even more, for example, Riot Games (League of Legends) has a vision for the future that includes salaries paid to pro teams, to ensure that they're able to sustain a career gaming.

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