15 Day “Blogger” Challenge
Day 1 -Get to know the blogger - Who am I?
There’s not much to say about me, I’m just a basic guy living in a challenging world. But, here’s the basic’s, my name is Jacob Allan Baker, I currently reside in Tucson, AZ; not the greatest city in the world, but it is home. I was born on July 15, 1991 in a town that you’ll have to earn to know. Basically, I’m a very laid back person who love’s to have fun.
I love video games. Hell, if they were a religion, I would worship them. Baseball is my sport, I can’t get enough of it. I would be nothing if it wasn’t for my friends. I love each one of them dearly and I wouldn’t be anything if it wasn’t for them.
If there any questions about me. Feel free to shoot me a question or PM me.
Have a good one guy’s.
Update - 15 day challenge
So I took it upon myself to try this whole 15 day challenge. I will be posting day one today. But do keep coming back. :)
E-Sports and they’re effect on athletic sports.
There is no doubt in the world that video games are growing everyday. With triple-a titles such as Call of Duty, Halo, StarCraft etc., some might wonder if E-Sports will over take regular sports in the future. If that one day, some father and son duo might wake up and instead of going outside and play catch, will pick a controller instead.
For those of you who don’t know what E-Sports are competitive championships; much like baseball, football etc., held three times a year in the summer, fall and winter. There are a series of ladder based matches spanning a variety of games. Most notable games are: Call of Duty, Halo and StarCraft. Each championship has a grand prize up to $25,000.
Now I’m asking for you’re guys opinions on this matter. Will this stay the same, or will the sport we come to know be throw into the fire pit and replaced with video game based championships?