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Gundam game is now supported on eSports market

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Usually for anime games, only 1vs1 fighting game have survived in esports area, supported by some organizations such as Evo or ESL, for anime games like BlazBlue Undecided However...



ESL recently started a pro league service for an anime game called Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON. It is 2vs2 game having smaller scale than massive combat like 4vs4 SAOFB, and also has less weeb component, which is equivalent to anime otaku component or moe moe kyun component, due too many mechanical involvements. However, the real point here is that anime games other than 1vs1 is finally supported by ESL, which is good improvement.

I wonder how long that game will be going under the service of ESL. More specifically, I wonder how long an anime game that has bigger form than 1vs1 would survive in esports market. In our case, the only reason how we made 4vs4 massive saofb pro league for many years is because lots of people in this community have strong love and passion upon anime games as powerful weebs. But unsure if that weeb strategy applies to ESL Stare

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However, depending on your major, you need an overall grade that allows you to graduate. In my case, it was impossible to graduate unless the overall grade was C+ or higher.
25 Jun 19:50
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(Te mande mensaje mas o menos con el contexto)
25 Jun 19:47
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Se que en algunos paises se manejan por letras... pero no se como son esos sistemass...
25 Jun 19:46
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Por ejemplo, en Mexico y parte de los paises latinos, usan un sistema decimal (Del 1 al 10); donde el 1 es basicamente "Reprobado" y 10 equivale a "Aprobado" o Exelente...
25 Jun 19:45
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Ohhhhhh Interesting I'll take notes of this... but me referia a los grados de las calificaciones...
25 Jun 19:36
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Anyway, in my case, I studied avg 3 hours a day and was able to graduate a university with a fine grade (based upon 3rd, 4th years which is the hardest). Everything else I just played video games only.
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I think the secret of getting good grades is how well you can memorize lol. If it was understanding, then all schools and university will let you use textbook while testing, but they don't. So just first try to underastand, organize what you learned in a form that you think you can memorize easily, and memorize all.
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(Si no mal recuerdo eres de Canada, no?.. o de donde eres Interesting ?)
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En canada, como se manejan las calificaciones de los alumnos?

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