The Thing That Made Me Stay On Is When The Matches Are Broadcasted And Real People Are Actually Watching The Games I Compete In.
LEAGUE OF LEGENDS PLAYER, IMPUNITY ESPORTS
Winston is an League of Legends esports player under Impunity Esports. His passion and resilence of many years brought him to represent Singapore in the Pacific Championship Series for League of Legends. He constantly strives to be one of the best players in Singapore.
1) How did you become an esports player? I considered being an esports player after reaching the highest rank in the game and decided to give it a try after being invited to join a team to compete in an amateur tournament. 2) Have there been occasions where you felt like giving up and pursuing something else? What made you stay on and continue playing competitively? Yes there have been occasions where I wanted to give up such as moments when I feel burnt out from too much training. The thing that made me stay on is when the matches are broadcasted and real people are actually watching the games I compete in. I feel quite proud as people are watching my game play. 3) Is there anything you hope to accomplish in the esports industry? Why? I hope to win more Singapore Tournaments to show that I am one of the best players in Singapore as it is an accomplishment if I am able to do so. 4) What was your happiest moment as an esports player? Why? My happiest moment was my first tournament win and being able to represent Singapore to compete overseas. 5) What do you think is the most important trait to become an esports player? The most important trait I feel would be being hardworking. If you are hardworking, you will at least have a shot at the competitive scene 6) What is one advice you would give to aspiring esports players? One advice I would give to aspiring esports players is to be passionate about the game you are trying to go pro in. 7) Has there been anyone supporting you throughout your journey of being an esports player? What did they think? My parents and friends. They wish me luck and watch all my games. My parents were quite supportive and happy that I earned some money from tournaments. 8) What does thriving mean to you? Thriving means to be able to grow over time.