Welcome to TBF eSports!
What are eSports? Think of it as a sort of competitive playing ground but in the virtual sense. Specifically, eSports are a form of competition using video games, namely multiplayer video game competitions, with some of the most common game genres including strategy, first-person shooter, and multiplayer online battle arena.
We feel that eSports are relevant, but it goes deeper than that. It's an entire community. On a more personal level, TBF is responsible for all of our own music production and distribution, and we also manage and maintain all of The Band Famous® software. At times we find ourselves facing mental and/or creative roadblocks, be it troubleshooting updates to software, or trying to get a beat just right for a new song we're producing. If we don't walk away sometimes and trouble-shoot in increments, we risk getting too much inside our own heads, and further down the rabbit hole we'd fall.
We're an app forward band sharing our musical and artistic pursuits via our own free software. As makers of free software, we also enjoy using other free software. We take pride knowing that some of our extracurricular activities include supporting free software and our fellow developer teams. We are regulars in the Rift, Halcyon Fold as well as frequently battling and holding gyms in the world of Pokémon Go!
How We Participate in eSports
We will be live-streaming games, and uploading videos to our YouTube, and aspire to compete in tournaments in the near future.
As there are already World Championships for eSports built around LoL and app-only games like Vainglory, we know anything is possible. There are already Pokémon World Championships built around all aspects of the Pokémon franchise (currently a pinnacle of competitive Pokémon play). While Pokémon Go is not yet considered an eSport, we believe that with the coming additions of PvP experience to the game, that is all about to change. Level Up with Band Famous and join us in the action!
Mobafire is a very helpful in-depth website to help you with strategy build guides. It is, in our opinions, an essential guide to learning any champion of your choice, as many players in every Elo (LoL's adopted method of ranking relative skill levels of players, this is the same method used in games like chess) share their favorite item builds for various roles any champion is capable of fulfilling.
Op.gg is a great resource for investigating your opponents to get a better feeling with who you are going up against. Doing this will better your odds if you use this as a guide to your draft picks, for example you can see what champions they lose against in lane, and also what item builds will help you most in game against them.
PokéBattler is a great resource for learning what Pokémons are strong and weak against. This is primarily a Pokémon Go Battle Simulator, so you can see how your Pokémon will fare in battle without wasting in-game resources. It is very helpful for strategizing how to take down gyms while minimizing the amount of Pokémons that faint during battle. It has a raid guide as well, and various research articles.
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