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Max Melit

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About

eSports writer focussed on CS:GO and it's stories. You can follow me on twitter @max_melit and look at my article index here: https://maxmelit.journoportfolio.com/

Member Since:
 
December 2016
Based In:
 
Brisbane

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eSports programs, coming to a high school or university near you

eSports programs, coming to a high school or university near you

3 days ago

eSports is a global phenomenon, embraced and fuelled by the incessant creative energy and drive that its predominately young, male audience brings.

Explaining eSports to a 51-year-old, sports-loving dad

Explaining eSports to a 51-year-old, sports-loving dad

6 days ago

This article is designed to be a part of the initial foray of research by slightly older sports fans into understanding the world of competitive gaming, or as it will be referred to throughout this piece – eSports.

Dire Wolves, the dark horse of OPL Split 1

Dire Wolves, the dark horse of OPL Split 1

13 Feb 2017

Dire Wolves are a team who are not bashful about how they play. There are no hidden agendas in their pick/ban, no entendre in their out of game personas, and certainly no lack of mechanical skill.

An exciting game isn’t always a good game: Here’s why

An exciting game isn't always a good game: Here's why

11 Feb 2017

Close calls between players across fog-of-war, multi-man surprise team fights, a pendulum-like oscillation of comebacks and clutch saves, and solo lane kills are many aspects that can define an exciting game of League of Legends to the average viewer.

Smothering with love: The inundation of Australian online leagues

Smothering with love: The inundation of Australian online leagues

3 Feb 2017

The Australian CS:GO community looks to be receiving more support than ever as tournament organisers slowly reveal their 2017 plans and new sponsors crop up to help fund the vibrant domestic scene.

What’s happening in Australian eSports: February 2017

What's happening in Australian eSports: February 2017

1 Feb 2017

CS:GO:¬†ZEN League¬† The $100,000 ZEN League held its offline Australian qualifers in January, with four of the nation’s top teams qualifying. While it is unclear who some of their Asian opposition will be, the league will start in February.