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This is the first time I am talking about my own gaming problem and I would appreciate any kind of feedback: criticism, support, advice. Not sure if this is the place to do that, but let's try.
I(21M) have been playing PC games since I was 5. Started off with Diablo 2, we played together with my dad. He limited my gaming time to an houday, but it still didn't stop me to being one of the top players in the server (better than my father lol) and having a decent knowledge of the game. Eventually our account got scammed and we decided to stop with that game.
Moving on, I started playing Counter-Strike 1.6 at age 8 with my classmate. We were playing in public servers, mostly some modes like zombies, superhero, gungame - only for fun. Until I wanted to get good at the game itself, so I played normal games most of the time. My parents were controlling my playtime, but I managed to sneak around their control and play almost as much as I wanted. And I played CS 1.6 for like 8 years, had some servers full of virtual friends, I was on the top of the leaderboard most of the time. Being the best at the game was my drive (I didn't start playing elsewhere because of having a non-steam account, my parents wouldn't have let me buy a legal copy).
CS:GO was out for a year and I've talked into my father to buy me a copy. I was 15 back then. I've had classmates join me and we played a lot. I played alone a lot too. I only cared about being better at that game, mastering that AWP skill and reaching global elite, I was so close. But then, the game became boring and I quit (my friends did quit before me, they decided to focus on studies more or other aspects of life).
Then, another friend of my got me into Dota 2 at around age 16. He was my teacher, I was slowly getting into the game and I absolutely loved it. I played it more and more next to CS:GO, eventually moving on only to Dota, becoming better than my "teacher". I didn't care about the game itself, it was the number called MMR (rank) that was driving me crazy. I am a super competitive person and I just want to own everyone I play against, it really gets into me when I lose not only because someone proves they are better than me, but I also lose 25 mmr.
Now: CS:GO - ~1k hours. Dota - ~3.7k hours. And yesterday I uninstalled Dota for good.
To give some context, gaming was not ruining my teenage life. I was (and still am) quite outgoing, have a lot of friends, never really complained about getting attention from girls, I was a successful athlete until an injury happened, which led to more gaming, putting up weight and struggling to come back to sports, I graduated from the top school in my country with top scores. After becoming a young adult, I've had some rough times and gaming was my escape mechanism. Now I am in my 3rd year of University, I have a full-time job, a lovely girlfriend, and trying to come back into sports. Looks like I should have no time for gaming? Nope, I still manage to play ~2-4 Dota matches a day (each roughly an hour long), of course, I tend to sleep around 5-6 hours a day which is the enough minimum to me.
But what I realised is that Dota is dragging me down from my potential. I could just focus into my career and studies, I could focus into my relationship, into my sports career. But I do everything for a little bit, still doing ok, but it is obviously not enough to excel at those spheres and go beyond my comfort zone.
Before deleting Dota, I told myself that I would avoid games that require more than 20 minutes of direct attention (without the ability to pause and save). I still think that I don't want to quit gaming - there are plenty of games that are art masterpieces in terms of story, lore and design. But looking from a perspective, it just seems like an addict comforting himself.
So what am I asking here:
- Limiting time I spend in Dota is not an option, so I quit. But is it possible to be a casual gamer without it getting into my life as a priority, considering my history with gaming and my super competitive attitude?
- I've tried to delete Dota for a month during my exams, but I slacked in other ways - TV series, movies, youtube. Is it in humans nature to waste time? Or is it just me, having no self-discipline?
- What should I do to not bounce back into Dota?
- Am I (or ever was) actually addicted to gaming? I just don't know, reading articles about gaming addiction I am not even close to those symptoms like lack of hygiene, personality issues and so on.
- Has anyone been in a similar situation and could share their experience with me?
How I think we (the community) can help the future of CS:GO
Now, I know that laying out my humble beginnings will make a portion of people disregard what I’m saying because of the way some in the community react to others not having high-level experience, but as experienced players I feel like we have a duty to assist the neweless experienced players. I’m not talking workshops or personal training (shoutouts to ethnine twowordbird and -c0de- for the resources I’ve seen them post. I don’t want people to feel left out because there are tons of people who respond to new user threads and people asking for help, which is fantastic, but I’ve been playing for a long time and have still learned things from these people and almost instantly got results) but, instead of “CLUTCH OR KICK”-ing people, why not help them build on whatever they just did/didn’t do. Someone misplayed a bomb as terrorist? POLITELY inform them of how they could have either survived the encounter longer to give the bomb more time to explode, or where to watch it from to prevent a defuse. These things are old hat for people who have been playing for a while so it’s easy to get frustrated, but (not all players are new, but they can still be just as inexperienced) some people just don’t know how to do that stuff. When I started playing it was pretty hard for me to get into the competitive scene, but with matchmaking this has been made so easy to get new players – whether they be from old iterations of CS or fresh meat – into the scene. The game is already high-pressure… people don’t need their TEAM MATES berating them over voice while they’re the last person alive telling them how bad they are and to uninstall. These sorts of encounters are toxic for the community and are, in my opinion, going to cause a lot of issues for this game and it’s future in competitive gaming. If there are no new players there won’t be new competition and if there is no new competition the same teams are going to be going to the same tournaments and there won’t be the groundswell of activity this game needs to bring it back to the top. This is especially true for the success of #NArevival, because Counter-Strike in North America isn’t really going anywhere as fast as it needs to.
Another issue I think we’re facing is one that is pretty volatile, so I’m going to make this section short because I don’t want people to get too fixated on this and concentrate the full power of the sun onto my reddit account and downvote me to oblivion. CS:GO is not and will not be 1.6. BUT THIS ISN’T A BAD THING! 1.6 was a great game and has an amazing amount of nostalgic value for everyone who played it at a competitive level. Hell, we just had a match between the legends of 2005 NiP vs the organization’s most current roster. AND IT WAS AWESOME! HeatoN, potti and ahl squaring off against f0rest, GeT_RighT and friberg – action packed, and you could tell they were having a LOT of fun. It’s stuff like this we need to focus on, and not how “broken” people think every aspect of the game is (because someone can always find something different to complain about). The most used and honestly laziest problem I see people having is that CS:GO isn’t 1.6. I honestly think that VALVe, while making money… cause it’s still a business to them, is very conscious of what the community wants and is legitimately trying to make the game as smooth, fun and fresh as they can. People can argue however they want, but VALVe will gain the most from making a game that is played by the most people and showcased at the highest level of eSports… so I am going to support THAT. Maybe not VALVe solely, but the combined vision for the greater good. I’ll end this part with an analogy that I think sums up how I see this problem: 1.6 set the table for competitive gaming. Instead of the community trying to assist and expand on what was achieved, they’re destroying the house that table is in. It may be a poor analogy, but it makes sense to me. Another thing to think about is that it took devs from 11.1.00 to 9.9.03 to get from CS 1.0 to 1.6. CS:GO just hit 1 year… give it time.
So, how do we get ourselves out of this mess? It’s pretty safe to say that people need to stop being assholes and whining about everything. But those are problems in every game. The things I think we should fix are almost all at a community level (because if we could beat VALVe over the head to fix certain game stuff, it would have already been done) and are pretty easy. As I already said, 1) ASSIST and TEACH new/inexperienced players. People tend to look up to top fraggers (although they could just be lurking, but in the case of people that are just GOOD players, this is true) so if you’re in that position on your team – LEAD. Call strats if possible, encourage certain players to do things, and try to foster team work. 2) Support the game and the devs. They know we want certain things fixed, but they need time to get it all done. It took a while for them to add more balance between the glock and USP/P2K but it happened. All the major issues will be addressed in time. 3) Stop being so freakin MEAN and HATEFUL to people for no reason. 4) ENJOY PLAYING! Yes, you will be put in high-pressure scenarios that may or may not go in your teams favor… it’s just the nature of the game. If you don’t want to rely on 4 random other people to win in matchmaking, find some buddies and play as a team! Some people take their play seriously and that’s understandable, but not everyone does to the level that others might. It’s on you to surround yourself with likeminded people, otherwise you’re just hurting the community.
I’m totally open to discussing any of these points or others. I just want this to be a mature discussion of “the state of the union” per se. I’m not opposed to friending people on STEAM to assist in things when I can, although my availability has been scarce of late. If for some reason checking my past experience matters to you, my steam ID is 1:0:97031 but you won’t find anything but some dead Open 1.6/Source teams from a long time ago, and that my brother used my account while I was away at school... lol
I’m very excited about the future of the community and this game, and future iterations. Join me in this excitement and bolster the people you play with and engage them in player development and civility/maturity because ultimately we are the people who drive this game’s success.