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#270 - What the **** kind of proof is that. At least we …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! +2
User avatar #277 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
I suppose so. On the other hand, I haven't actually ever heard any concessions from anyone in regards to this sort of thing. Only that e-sports are something that are seen as some image of bright and new facets of the world quickly coalescing into something awesome that anyone speaks out against must be quickly disproven when in reality, they're just a niche facet of even the gaming culture as a whole and not really all that important at all. I mean, in League's case, it's just part of a succession of games that have risen to popularity. We'll see if it changes, but it's not like those massive games don't die ever die out. Something that widespread sports do not.
#263 - For the moment we can say whatever we'd like. The way I see it…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! +1
User avatar #266 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
Well, there you go. Proof that e-sports, something that necessitates an actual infrastructure based on digital hardware and software, will never overtake a competition that requires people and a ball, people, sticks and balls or whatever variation of highly accessible activity you're talking about.
User avatar #270 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
What the fuck kind of proof is that. At least we have our quote. All I said was that esports needs time to develop before it can be generalised to the entire planet, no one said that esports could compete with sports but that esports was a part of sports as a whole. All i was saying is that it could become really big in the future as high level technology becomes more and more integrated into society. Imagine if all sports became simulations, it would save space which may be required for other purposes and would make virtually no difference with sufficient technology. This would technically be an esport. You seem to want to be 'right' so badly that it doesn't even matter what I say.
User avatar #277 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
I suppose so. On the other hand, I haven't actually ever heard any concessions from anyone in regards to this sort of thing. Only that e-sports are something that are seen as some image of bright and new facets of the world quickly coalescing into something awesome that anyone speaks out against must be quickly disproven when in reality, they're just a niche facet of even the gaming culture as a whole and not really all that important at all. I mean, in League's case, it's just part of a succession of games that have risen to popularity. We'll see if it changes, but it's not like those massive games don't die ever die out. Something that widespread sports do not.
#261 - At this stage in time most e-sports are too small to be viable…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! +2
User avatar #262 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
Sports in general can be played in any nation. E-sports as a whole can't be played in many nations. Big difference in the specifics there.

And no, I'm really not. I'm pointing that out as to why it might not bear the same recognition of another type of competition. You're making my point for me.

On top of this, I will tell you right now. As long as poverty exists as widespread as it does in the world, e-sports will NEVER overtake traditional sports.
User avatar #263 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
For the moment we can say whatever we'd like. The way I see it poverty will always exist, too many selfish people and too distract people from the poor. I don't see a point in arguing for today and thinking that will stay the same. It's redundant.
User avatar #266 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
Well, there you go. Proof that e-sports, something that necessitates an actual infrastructure based on digital hardware and software, will never overtake a competition that requires people and a ball, people, sticks and balls or whatever variation of highly accessible activity you're talking about.
User avatar #270 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
What the fuck kind of proof is that. At least we have our quote. All I said was that esports needs time to develop before it can be generalised to the entire planet, no one said that esports could compete with sports but that esports was a part of sports as a whole. All i was saying is that it could become really big in the future as high level technology becomes more and more integrated into society. Imagine if all sports became simulations, it would save space which may be required for other purposes and would make virtually no difference with sufficient technology. This would technically be an esport. You seem to want to be 'right' so badly that it doesn't even matter what I say.
User avatar #277 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
I suppose so. On the other hand, I haven't actually ever heard any concessions from anyone in regards to this sort of thing. Only that e-sports are something that are seen as some image of bright and new facets of the world quickly coalescing into something awesome that anyone speaks out against must be quickly disproven when in reality, they're just a niche facet of even the gaming culture as a whole and not really all that important at all. I mean, in League's case, it's just part of a succession of games that have risen to popularity. We'll see if it changes, but it's not like those massive games don't die ever die out. Something that widespread sports do not.
#249 - To your first point I am not qualified to make that assessment…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! +1
User avatar #255 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
I'm talking about e-sports in general. Again. Vast majority. This is why it's not a world-renowned concept. Because it's just not feasible in a great deal of countries(third world countries) and therefor just doesn't have the cultural significance as the millennia-old concept of physical sports. I think I'm more than qualified to say that, because it's just absurdly obvious.


And yes, I do play League of Legends. I got to Silver 1 in Season three maining support, just to show I... Sort of know what I'm talking about, but definitely when it comes to e-sports in general and how the scene is a short-lived one with little to no long-term sights present(except for perhaps Blizzard).
User avatar #261 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
At this stage in time most e-sports are too small to be viable but League of Legends specifically is. Your argument about it not being feasible is many countries is a weak one because there are a great many sports which are not either (think cold sports).

If you are saying that an industry that is less than 20 years old (and only really started to grow in the last 10) should have the cultural significance of a millennia old concept then you are being absurd. Esports is a new concept and as such will need more time to develop, the point is that in the last 5 years especially it has absolutely blown up which is why I believe it has gotten so much backlash.

So you've played the game for a bit which makes it easier. Imagine trying to explain this to someone who doesn't play any video games. I feel like this is going to be one of those times where someone famous says something like "Esports will die out in the next decade" or something and 100 years down the track Esports overtakes traditional sports as the forerunner so to speak. I mean... Traditional sports are thousands of years old. Who knows what the future will be like.


User avatar #262 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
Sports in general can be played in any nation. E-sports as a whole can't be played in many nations. Big difference in the specifics there.

And no, I'm really not. I'm pointing that out as to why it might not bear the same recognition of another type of competition. You're making my point for me.

On top of this, I will tell you right now. As long as poverty exists as widespread as it does in the world, e-sports will NEVER overtake traditional sports.
User avatar #263 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
For the moment we can say whatever we'd like. The way I see it poverty will always exist, too many selfish people and too distract people from the poor. I don't see a point in arguing for today and thinking that will stay the same. It's redundant.
User avatar #266 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
Well, there you go. Proof that e-sports, something that necessitates an actual infrastructure based on digital hardware and software, will never overtake a competition that requires people and a ball, people, sticks and balls or whatever variation of highly accessible activity you're talking about.
User avatar #270 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
What the fuck kind of proof is that. At least we have our quote. All I said was that esports needs time to develop before it can be generalised to the entire planet, no one said that esports could compete with sports but that esports was a part of sports as a whole. All i was saying is that it could become really big in the future as high level technology becomes more and more integrated into society. Imagine if all sports became simulations, it would save space which may be required for other purposes and would make virtually no difference with sufficient technology. This would technically be an esport. You seem to want to be 'right' so badly that it doesn't even matter what I say.
User avatar #277 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
I suppose so. On the other hand, I haven't actually ever heard any concessions from anyone in regards to this sort of thing. Only that e-sports are something that are seen as some image of bright and new facets of the world quickly coalescing into something awesome that anyone speaks out against must be quickly disproven when in reality, they're just a niche facet of even the gaming culture as a whole and not really all that important at all. I mean, in League's case, it's just part of a succession of games that have risen to popularity. We'll see if it changes, but it's not like those massive games don't die ever die out. Something that widespread sports do not.
#243 - Soccer is much more difficult to than League of Legends if you… 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! -1
#237 - You're right, there is a huge difference in inclusiveness betw…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! +1
User avatar #246 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
"New and unfamiliar" can also translate to "not having any tangible impact upon the culture of the vast majority of countries". But here's the thing, the physicality I mentioned is very much a huge difference, whether you like it or not. There's a big difference between watching a physical game in person and watching it on a screen. There's not so much in watching someone play a game live(watching mainly their actions on the game screen) and watching a game stream(where you are again mainly watching the screen protraying their gameplay). The similarities between physical sports events and esports events are the same for any competetive anything. Atmosphere.
User avatar #249 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
To your first point I am not qualified to make that assessment and neither are you. It has probably affected Korea in a huge way but I wouldn't be willing to say something quoteworthy on the matter. I know what you are saying and to a certain extent yes that is true. But it is looked at an entirely different way. Before I try to explain it do you play League of Legends or any game (preferably not a fps game) extensively?
User avatar #255 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
I'm talking about e-sports in general. Again. Vast majority. This is why it's not a world-renowned concept. Because it's just not feasible in a great deal of countries(third world countries) and therefor just doesn't have the cultural significance as the millennia-old concept of physical sports. I think I'm more than qualified to say that, because it's just absurdly obvious.


And yes, I do play League of Legends. I got to Silver 1 in Season three maining support, just to show I... Sort of know what I'm talking about, but definitely when it comes to e-sports in general and how the scene is a short-lived one with little to no long-term sights present(except for perhaps Blizzard).
User avatar #261 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
At this stage in time most e-sports are too small to be viable but League of Legends specifically is. Your argument about it not being feasible is many countries is a weak one because there are a great many sports which are not either (think cold sports).

If you are saying that an industry that is less than 20 years old (and only really started to grow in the last 10) should have the cultural significance of a millennia old concept then you are being absurd. Esports is a new concept and as such will need more time to develop, the point is that in the last 5 years especially it has absolutely blown up which is why I believe it has gotten so much backlash.

So you've played the game for a bit which makes it easier. Imagine trying to explain this to someone who doesn't play any video games. I feel like this is going to be one of those times where someone famous says something like "Esports will die out in the next decade" or something and 100 years down the track Esports overtakes traditional sports as the forerunner so to speak. I mean... Traditional sports are thousands of years old. Who knows what the future will be like.


User avatar #262 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
Sports in general can be played in any nation. E-sports as a whole can't be played in many nations. Big difference in the specifics there.

And no, I'm really not. I'm pointing that out as to why it might not bear the same recognition of another type of competition. You're making my point for me.

On top of this, I will tell you right now. As long as poverty exists as widespread as it does in the world, e-sports will NEVER overtake traditional sports.
User avatar #263 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
For the moment we can say whatever we'd like. The way I see it poverty will always exist, too many selfish people and too distract people from the poor. I don't see a point in arguing for today and thinking that will stay the same. It's redundant.
User avatar #266 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
Well, there you go. Proof that e-sports, something that necessitates an actual infrastructure based on digital hardware and software, will never overtake a competition that requires people and a ball, people, sticks and balls or whatever variation of highly accessible activity you're talking about.
User avatar #270 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
What the fuck kind of proof is that. At least we have our quote. All I said was that esports needs time to develop before it can be generalised to the entire planet, no one said that esports could compete with sports but that esports was a part of sports as a whole. All i was saying is that it could become really big in the future as high level technology becomes more and more integrated into society. Imagine if all sports became simulations, it would save space which may be required for other purposes and would make virtually no difference with sufficient technology. This would technically be an esport. You seem to want to be 'right' so badly that it doesn't even matter what I say.
User avatar #277 - blackrookfiend (10/21/2014) [-]
I suppose so. On the other hand, I haven't actually ever heard any concessions from anyone in regards to this sort of thing. Only that e-sports are something that are seen as some image of bright and new facets of the world quickly coalescing into something awesome that anyone speaks out against must be quickly disproven when in reality, they're just a niche facet of even the gaming culture as a whole and not really all that important at all. I mean, in League's case, it's just part of a succession of games that have risen to popularity. We'll see if it changes, but it's not like those massive games don't die ever die out. Something that widespread sports do not.
#16 - In essence there are very few credible atheists who would clai… 10/21/2014 on Theology 0
#15 - Agnosticism is the stance that the case for/against God (x) ca… 10/21/2014 on Theology 0
#13 - I doubt you'd find any credible atheist say that. I can say th… 10/20/2014 on Theology +1
#12 - Atheism - The belief that the case for God (x) has not yet bee…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/20/2014 on Theology -1
#14 - eleveninches (10/20/2014) [-]
I believe your definition for atheism applies more to agnosticism.
Atheism implies that the case for god simply can't be made.
User avatar #16 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
In essence there are very few credible atheists who would claim to be 'pure' atheists I suppose. It is counter intuitive to say that God does not exist with certainty. Even though you believe that it is ridiculous to think that he does. It is not because feeling certain that he doesn't exist is stupid but that there are so many people who are certain that he does who will call you on your 'certainty' and hand you the burden of proof. For a lot of Atheists, including myself who like to debate we play a word game as to not put ourselves into a corner. Those who say that God does not exist with certainty get destroyed by relatively weak arguments.
User avatar #15 - cadencee (10/21/2014) [-]
Agnosticism is the stance that the case for/against God (x) cannot be made with certainty.

There is Atheistic and Theistic Agnosticism along with Spiritual Agnosticism and probably others.

Atheistic Agnosticism is the stance that while the case for God (x) cannot be made for/against there is no reason to believe that God (x) may exist.

Theistic Agnosticism is the stance that while the case for God (x) cannot be made for/against there is no reason not to believe that God (x) may exist.

Spiritual Agnosticism is the stance that while the case for God (x) cannot be made for/against there could perhaps be something more to our reality, obviously in a spiritual sense.

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