The road to becoming an E-Sports pro-gamer starts on July 9, 2016, with qualifying tournaments for Paragon, SMITE, and Orcs Must Die! Unchained. The E-Sports Bush League is a minor league organization that provides a middle ground between the average, everyday player and the Professional E-Sports Player.
“There are many positive results from participating in an E-Sports team and any kind of tournament if you sign up, keep an open mind, have plenty of patience and a willingness to grow,” said Anthony Han, an ESBL Team Captain for Paragon. “Compared to physical sports of all kinds, E-Sports is similar in terms of what is expected and needed to be a good team member.”
From the initial sign-up to the actual competition, the E-Sports Bush League (ESBL) will mirror how professional tournaments are run, so participants will get an understanding of what is expected of them in a professional setting.
Founded in 2016, E-Sports Bush League is the creation of two former, semi-pro gamers James Wagner and Mark Deola. Their company’s mission is to help competitive amateur and semi-pro players make the leap and get to the professional level. Their league acts as an incubator for talented gamers looking to make their way into the pros.
For more information or to sign up, visit www.esportsbushleague.com.