glowstick35 karma2020-10-07 17:33:00 UTC
As an ex professional gamer who's been out for a few years so information may be inaccurate..
I don't know of any player who has gone from college to pro. Really if any player is good enough to go pro, they aren't going to waste their time playing on the mediocre college teams when they could be playing for 100's of thousands
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glowstick32 karma2020-10-07 17:37:12 UTC
Hi, Im a retired (cough terrible cough) professional counterstrike player.
When I was playing esports in college had been a thing for only a couple of years and at really poor levels.
Have the facilities improved for the players? What are the players talent levels at? Back when I played most college teams were extremely mediocre... To the point they would have people on the team who didn't really understand how to play the game at a competitive level. Has that changed in recent years?
Ie: the Marquette league of legends team had silver players in their starting lineups the last time I looked into it.
glowstick32 karma2020-09-15 12:14:34 UTC
Not sure about canada, but in the us you get a list of 5 people you can have an advanced kidney donation to. This puts them to the top of the list whenever they would need a kidney. Only 1 person can receive from the list.
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