4Seasons Gaming has managed to interview ESL IEM World Championship qualifier, EG's Chance "Chance" Lacina. The North American is famous throughout the world for writing the Quake Bible, and I'm sure a lot of people will be ecstatic to hear that Chance is planning on writing another guide.
Can you recall what obstacles you had to overcome before taking your game to the professional level and how you approached fixing or bettering them?
Chance: I remember timing being one important hurdle I had to better understand then overcome in my game-play. Kronos, a friend, rival, and former top player in North America, taught me invaluable information on timing and the usefulness of understanding it all. I learned how to position myself by watching his demos/recordings and I ended up building a more 'aim-heavy' style to my movement.
On a side note, I know many aspiring gamers are finding there aren't many worthwhile 'skill enhancement' guides to Quake. Very few professional players offer advice and the available lessons found throughout the internet are often outdated and useless in competition. I'm looking to change this by writing a guide in the near future on this subject which should help players build their own strategy in-game. Ideally, I'd like to provide to other aspiring gamers tools that I just didn't have available when I was first taking Quake seriously, but that can also help them advance in their skill at a measurable speed.
Read the full interview on 4seasonsgaming.com.
Edited by mickzerofive at 17:44 CST, 18 February 2010 - 23786 Hits