Red Bull Battle Grounds Atlanta is taking place this weekend and features 128 top StarCraft 2 players from around the globe duking it out for a shot at the Grand Finals in Washington D.C. in September.
qxc suggests a number of changes that he feels would reduce StarCraft 2’s learning curve and make it a more accessible game. He states that such a change is necessary for the game’s continued growth.
Kevin “qxc” Riley of Complexity Gaming discusses the usefulness of coaching and the importance of finding the right coach when it comes to improving as a StarCraft player.
Henry “hendralisk” Zheng from Complexity Gaming lets us behind the curtain of his recent gaming successes and looks forward to a strong performance at MLG Anaheim.
Post written by Samuel “Midday” He of compLexity Gaming. Whether you’re completely new to Starcraft, or a seasoned veteran, improvement is something that any active player should consistently be striving for. However, improvement in Starcraft does not come as easily as… Read More »Midday: How to intelligently improve your StarCraft skills
By Libo “Xenocider” Chang of Evil Geniuses Oftentimes in life you are faced with difficult decisions in deciding how to allocate your time. For me, it is easier to manage my time between school and StarCraft because I value the… Read More »Balancing School and Starcraft
By Conan “Suppy” Liu of Evil Geniuses After the announcement of Acer TeamStory Cup 3 and SHOUTcraft Clan Wars, our Starcraft 2 team at Evil Geniuses has returned to participating in team league formats. So far the results have been… Read More »Preparing for Team Leagues and The Importance of 2v2
Played on the all-new ladder maps Blizzard just introduced over the past week? Check out what qxc has to say in his review of the new maps in 2014 Season 2! Check it out below:
In his latest video, pro-gamer qxc goes over and reviews IEM Katowice, focusing on the format and prize money of the event. Check out the video below: [youtube http://youtu.be/P90wDHL2QpM]
Post written by Kevin “qxc” Riley of compLexity Gaming. It’s been about a week since I returned from IEM Cologne. While I did not achieve victory, I feel like I achieved success. I overcame some significant personal weaknesses and put on… Read More »qxc Speaks: IEM Cologne in Retrospect