Overwatch's Philadelphia Fusion's Grand Finals advice and tips
You really need to be confident.
And you really need to be confident on your teammates.
Like if someone makes a call, everyone has to follow the call and trust in each other.
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When I was a child, I really liked to play Zelda, Super Mario, Mario Cars, all those games.
My first game was Counter Strike when I was four-years-old.
The first game I ever played was on PC and it was Call of Duty I, the original Call of Duty.
I think I was playing that back when I was like ten or so.
Call of Duty, Halo, Pokemon [LAUGH] So as a kid, I started playing console games first.
I'm pretty old, so I played like Nintendo, eight bit Sega, Playstation One, stuff like that.
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When Overwatch came out, I tried it and I really liked it.
So I decided to go pro.
So I was in the university, and I didn't have time to do both things at the same time.
So I just quit university and tried everything
To become a professional player, I play lots.
So back in Europe when I was playing, I was in a team, but the team disbanded.
After the team disbanded, I didn't have a team, so I said to one of my friends, I'll coach you, I'll help out, while I'm not doing anything.
After that I stayed in the coaching world and didn't join as a player again, and then United contact me and, I joined as a couch.
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When I started playing Overwatch I never thought it'd be this like much teamwork involved.
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I think Overwatch is a very unique game that you need to be self centered in a way because you need to be a very good player mechanically.
But you also need to be a good team player.
My parents saw me as a person that would have no education and would have no way of sustaining himself as an adult.
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When you stop your kid's passion, I think you're making him less valuable, so I think that's a lesson for all parents out there.
You wanna make your kid the most valuable as possible.
I never want to stop being valuable in different aspects and different areas.
Not everyone is going to be a doctor or lawyer, you know.