If you’re looking for my zany ideas and 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, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, others), FPS games (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch), RNG-deckbuilders (RNGstone, Gwent, Clash Royale), and other titles (Rocket League).

I’ve started to participate in SquadOps events recently. SquadOps is an organization of players that hold regular private games that promotes tactics and teamwork in Squad. Participation is open, but in order to attend events, players are required to complete the SquadOps Tactics and Training (SOTT) Basic course to participate in operations.

I completed SOTT Basic in early January 2018 and I have also completed the SOTT Advanced Weapon Systems and SOTT Vehicle courses. In April 2018, I passed the SOTT FTL course. In June 2018, I achieved the SOTT SUL certification. I was a staff member as part of the Event Admin team.

In September 2018, the machine I was gaming on died and left me to resign my position as part of the Event Admin team. I’m still lurking in the community for now, but can’t actively participate since I can’t play the game. I intend to rejoin the community as an active participant soon.