I used to write things on this site, but my brain has zapped itself and in an effort to revitalize the section governing writing, I’m taking a break with the blog, here, and focusing on other projects. If you’re looking to get in touch with me, try this page with hints about how to get in contact.
If you’re looking for my zany ideas and unpopular opinions about competitive gaming and the games that drive the industry, you’ll want to look for lowercase esports. It’ll cover the major esports categorically: DotA-clones (Dota 2, League of Legends), the FGC (Street Fighter V, Super Smash Bros. series, King of Fighters series, others), FPS games (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, Quake: Champions), RNG-deckbuilders (RNGstone, Gwent, Clash Royale), and other titles (Rocket League).
the lowercase esports podcast hasn’t stopped chugging along. If you’re looking to listen to it, you can do that via the hosting site. If you’d rather use iTunes or Google Play, use the podcast name as your search parameter and you’ll find the subscription option you’re looking for. There’s also a private Discord community that I’ve set up for listeners of the podcast, but to get a link to that, you’ll need to listen!
Aurilen Material Services [AMAT.] is a pretty fucking lame Caldari high-sec corporation that allows me to play the game and not appear (at face-value) that I’m operating alone in New Eden. The corporation calls the Aokannitoh system home with offices in the system’s sole station off the second moon of the seventh planet.
I’ve typically kept my character, Cerov Aurilen, in Caldari high-sec space around Jita. Sometimes, I take a frigate out into low-sec space to see how long I can last in solo PvP, but I’m a bad. Otherwise, playing the coolant, industrial explosives, and tritanium markets are typically what I’m up to.
If you’re interested in poking me in game for some reason, message Cerov Aurilen in-game.