Good luck to him. He sounds awfully disillusioned with AOE at the moment so can’t blame moving away if he’s not being challenged and that’s where he gets his enjoyment from.
Its an absolute massive risk and can respect the balls in moving. He’s going from being a very big fish in a small pond, to a small fish in a HUUUUUGE pond.
There's more money but also a lot more competition to share it with. Hera is an entertaining streamer but the LoL content creator scene is pretty stacked with people who are both talented streamers AND very good at the game, so yeah he will need to git gud.How is there more money in LOL if you dont play in a competitive team and in leagues or tournaments? Can you please explain? Does it only refer to streaming and higher interest/viewer numbers?
he didnt stream aoe2 since a lot of time. the big blow is taken by age4.Here I was a couple of days ago wanting to make a thread about "Whats going on with Hera".
So here we have it. I'm pretty sad to hear it. Thats one huge stream not doing AOE II anymore, or maybe a couple of TG. A bit worrying and sad at the same time. I totally get Heras point. Its sad for the viewer though. Wishing you all the best, Hera, do what do you love.
At least I'm glad that we're keeping him in the AOE II tournaments. I hope that his level does not suffer as much.
Still not making life for AOE II easier.
What about a winner stays on type of showmatch?The problem is the ladder. Maybe if we could have some sort of 125k league that makes players play for 3 months.
I find his video good and transparent. He does stream for living and if he doesnt find the daily matches interesting, there is nothing he can do.
Well at least i dont have to apologizr and ask for being unbanned from his chat.
Something like top 0.5% iirche will be back, when he realizes the competition is way too strong to be a pro gamer there. He can't live on mediocraty in LoL, because his viewernumbers will drop and then he'll be back to AoE 2 again.
I remember larry said in one stream he had like 4-5 k elo in Dota2, which was (idk the current ranking system) very high and he still was miles away from pro level. It's incredible difficult to get to pro lvl in those kind of games, since millions play it.