meh dota ftw, and for those who cant micro.
Professional gaming is big in Korea. How big? Over four hundred thousand smackeroos big. Player Jae Ho 'Moon' Jang has signed a contract for US$473,037 to play WarCraft III.
Signing a contract to play for WeMade FOX team for 700 million Korean won, the 22-year-old is currently the highest paid player in the Korean e-Sports scene and the second highest paid player in its history. Back in 2007, StarCraft legend Yoon Yeol 'NaDa' Lee inked a deal to play for 750 million won.
"I am honored to play for a Korea professional gaming team for Koreans," Moon stated. "As setting good circumstance of playing, I will give everything to my fans and FOX team by winning lots of titles in 2009." And making lots and lots of money.
Originally Posted by mr.derp
Warcraft 3 is epic. I had to rip myself from 4-5 years of addiction. I pretty much played ladder 4v4, sometimes 1v1, and along with ring wars, element td, and a mix of other tds n such. Playing lots of 4v4 was fun but it's hard to keep a decent win percentage since a lot of people don't know what micro and strategy. 1v1 can be frustrating if you didn't play it often since people were on a totally different level.
I played DotA once and as soon as my team started winning everyone on the other team left. A BUNCH OF QUITTERS DOTA PLAYERS ARE!!!