There are various kinds of esports, you should try watching or playing a few different ones from a variety of styles. League of Legends is very popular, but that does not mean it fit everyone’s taste. Here’s a plenty of games from lots of styles that are easy to get into.
- Rocket League is rather much like soccer, except for fewer players. There’s little strategy in handling rocket cars here, it primarily need excellent skill.
- Street Fighter V which is the fighting games are generally considered as the most accessible esports, of which animations are clear, the perspective is mostly static, and there’s two characters punching each other to find the winner.
- StarCraft 2 is one of the few remaining strategic esports game. It contains a series which is responsible for pioneering esports. The goal is to defeat the competitor, and through that you can learn a lot about individual strategy, while the battles themselves are clear.
- Frames per second (FPS) is a genre that measures display device performance. It contains the number of finished scans of the display screen that happen each second. This is the number of times when the image on the screen is refreshed every second, or the rate at which an imaginative device produces one-of-a-kind sequential images called frames.
- Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) is a quickly emerging sub-genre of the Real-Time Strategy type and e-sport that may well be on its way to a full blown type of its own. The idea started in the Blizzard Mod community in the mid 2000’s and has since escalated into standalone AAA releases. There are two opposing teams whose aim collectively as a team is generally to destroy their opponent’s base to win, though some games have the choice of different victory conditions.
Not only being popular, these esports genres are also very difficult to watch, very attractive to sports fan and you can learn a lot from a vast array of characters in these games.