Razer enables gamers of all levels, from beginners to eSport professionals, to play at their absolute best. From their Viper gaming mice giving you fast and accurate swiping and clicking, to their Blackwidow V3 mechanical keyboard offering a tactile experience that assures a better gaming experience, as well as many more accessories, Razer tech will elevate your game as it has elevated the game of many eSports players. Read on to learn more about Razer. And, then enter for a chance to win a fantastic Razer gaming prize package.
NOTE: This article had stated that Razer had wanted to offer a chance for people to meet some eSports professionals. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances forced them to cancel that offer. Instead, Razer has put together five fantastic prize packages to be given away via this blog article contest.
Razer has been a pioneer in eSports since 2000
The popularity of eSports players has hit an all time high. The latest projections say that by the year 2023, there will be somewhere in the neighbourhood of almost 300 million frequent viewers of eSports worldwide. Razer got in on the ground floor of eSports and began to make their mark on the eSports scene in 2000. And, it wasn’t long before Razer became the world’s leading lifestyle brand for gamers.
With years of passionate support for eSports athletes and teams, Razer products are easily the best gaming accessories on the market. Their gaming mice are lightweight and ergonomic. For instance, Razer gaming mice such as the Razer Viper track every movement and click giving you precise control and accuracy.
Additionally, Razer gaming keyboards such as the Blackwidow V3 mechanical keyboard and the Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition respond instantly to your keystrokes and give you an edge over your competition. It’s easy to see why Razer gaming accessories are used by some of the top eSports athletes.
How can your gaming improve
Not only does Razer offer some of the best gaming accessories that are used by professional eSports players, they also are giving you a chance to win some of these amazing accessories. How much could you learn from a professional gamer? What tips could they offer that would boost your game? Think about it then enter for a chance to win some amazing gaming products from Razer.
How to enter
Entering this contest is easy but you can enter only once. In a comment below, tell us one question you would love to ask a professional eSports player.
What you could win
At the end of this contest we will select five (5) winners to each receive a Razer gaming prize package worth approximately $560 that includes: Razer Firefly V2 Hard Surface Mouse Mat, Razer Kiyo Ring Light, Razer Viper Gaming mouse, Razer BlackWidow V3 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, and Razer Kraken Gaming Headset.
This contest runs from Dec 15th until Dec 18th.
Remember you can only enter once but with five great prizes in this package, share the contest with four of your gaming friends then split the prizes and you’ll each improve your game!
Win a Razer Prize Package Contest Rules and Regulations
How to start gaming after old?
How many clicks do you click per day?
I’d ask if they still enjoy playing games casually, or if they’re too accustomed to gaming competitively.
How long do you practice and what is a healthy diet for a professional eSports player?
Except gaming, what do you do to improve your reflexes skills and your eye to hand response time?
What is your favourite software to use for “aim practise” and how how many hours per week do you spend practising it?
How much gaming gear do you go through every year?
How many hours a day do you spend doing this?
How many hours do you play in a day?
How many hours a day do you spend playing video games. And when do you get time to make yourself food.
How many hours per day do you put into this
Do you ever get bored of the game you play practicing hours everyday? If so what do you do to cope?
What advice do you have for people trying to get into professional gaming?
How long did it take you to get to where you are now as an esports player? What lead to the aspiration to play competitively?
Do your eyes hurt after 10+ hours of play?
What are the best games to play when you don’t want to play competitively?
My back usually gets pretty sore after awhile of playing which cuts down on my playing time. I really want to be a good gamer because my dream is to do something I love for my job, how do you guys keep from getting so sore after playing. Are there any exercises or stretches you recommend?
what is the defining moment when you knew you were going to do this forever.
Did you always have a natural talent for gaming or was your skill developed over time solely by hard work and practice.
How many hours do you spend on your main game in a day?
Do have a training plan to keep you in shape and how do you prevent eyestrain?
What was the one thing that drove you on when you hadn’t made it yet and others thought you never would?
How old were you when you started gaming and when did you decide to turn pro
What is your favourite moment of being a professional gamer? If there is anything else you could change, what would it be and why?
What was your best moment
is it still fun?
What would you say is the most challenging part of your job?
How many hours on average do you spend rating vs just playing games?
How much does it cost to get into this?
How old were you when you started gaming and what made you decide to turn pro?
Do you have a regular training physical training program and how do you protect yourself from eyestrain?
How long do you train for? Which games do you like to play?
How many hours a day do you spend training vs actual playing?
What other professional sport would you love to be a pro at?
Wow how do you keep your skills honed to keep up with the pack and what is your warm up routeen … Please could you give me tips on how to improve my skills to get to your level
I would like to know how many hours per day they practice?
Do you get drug tested?
Did you have any moments in your professional career so far where you felt like giving up? If so, how did you overcome this and find your drive again?
What got you started into this gaming and keeping that drive and passion for it?
Do you have a daily training routine? If so, would you tell me?
Do you have time to play any other games?
How old would you say is “too old” to be a professional esports player?
Wired mouse or wireless mouse?
Do your hands hurt yet?
How many hours a day do you practice?
What kept you motivated to keep going when you first started
How do you train your reaction time to get to the level it is today
How do you keep your body muscles from cramping or freezing up so that you don’t require physio therapy daily?
When was the last time you visited an optometrist? 🙂
When did you realize that you could make a living playing video games? It seems like it’d be a very tough decision to jump to exports full time.
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