I'd guess you don't watch soccer, ice hockey, football or motorsports either?I'll never understand what's the fun on watching other people playing video games. There is even people who pay money to watch this when they have the very same game in their PCs to play themselves.
ThisIn the context of the SRO eSport GT series, I have two requests.
Break up the the categories as per the real series. Pro drivers compete against each other, Silver against each other and AM against each other and take the top driver from each category respectively or at the very most, blend the AMs and Silver.
Secondly, keep the playing field always equal, between all drivers, for all events. The decision to force drivers to drive specific group A cars or group B cars in Nürburgring was a bad decision and hurt the competition, and in turn ACC, especially when the competitors have to invest their personal money to be there.
I think this is what it comes down to with me too.For me, this is simple. It's no different to 'real' sports. Whether it's motor racing, football, snooker, whatever.
I need to care who wins.
I need to know who the drivers are, I need to be able to relate to them. I need to understand the rivalries, the histories. There need to be heroes and villains.
The difference being one is a computer game the other real.I'd guess you don't watch soccer, ice hockey, football or motorsports either?
Don't worth one click of my expensive Razer mouse.Wow, 100k viewers, ok is not a "sim" and the money thrown into it must be a lot, but certainly there must be something to learn here. They know how to put on a show; the in-game graphics, effects, camera movements, etc are exciting; there is plenty of information provided by the on screen apps.
You're kidding, right? A real race track, enormous structure, roaring sounds, real drivers instead of unemployed nerds, NASA tech cars, smell of fuel and rubber... In other hand we have a random guy with his face shove in a 20" monitor exploiting the physics flaws of a bad video game.I'd guess you don't watch soccer, ice hockey, football or motorsports either?