eSports Korea series we bring to you a unique subject. Read on to find out…
Gaming activities around the world have come to a standstill. No matter if you are an eSports player or a badminton champion – athletes are confined to their homes. Staying at home all day can be tough for most individuals. However, things can be even more gloomy for professional sports players. These players are used to traveling around the world, heitting the gym, interacting with friends, and whatnot.
With Noval Coronavirs changing how we do things, gamers need to adopt as well. In this article, we will be talking to the gamers directly – whether they are pros or enthusiasts.
eSports Korea Update: What Can Gamers Do Amongst Coronavirus
1- Stay Home, Stay Safe
The first and the most important thing gamers (or anyone) could do, is to stay indoors. As we know, no medicine or vaccine could fight against Coronavirus at the moment. The best way to defend ourselves is by self-isolation.
One other reason to stay indoors is that this virus could spread quickly. The elders are more prone to get infected, and thus it is our responsibility to take care of people around us.
2- Contribute Positively
eSports in Korea is really famous. Some of the players have earned millions in prize money. So, we believe, now is the time to contribute and give something back to the community. eSports Korea players can create a fund for people infected from Coronavirus and help them in this time of need.
Famous eSports Korea personalities like Faker can also use social media to influence people positively.
3- Interact With Fans
Since everyone is staying at home, celebrities or common people, rich or poor, young or old – eSports personalities can use this time to interact with fans. Social Media, we believe, is a perfect tool to do that.
Players can also take some time out and share tips and tricks with gaming enthusiasts. They can also use social media to spread awareness and public safety messages.
Practice is something gamers could do to stay on top of the game. They wouldn’t want their skills to fade away after the Coronavirus pandemic is over.
eSports Korea Series – Conclusion:
The Coronavirus pandemic is a global pandemic, and we believe that global efforts are required to fight it. Many of Korea esports personalities are already doing what we have highlighted above.
Let’s hope and pray that we get out of this problem stronger and better – and that we get to see full eSports stadium VERY SOON!