Robert C. Ring
2011 is the year StarCraft II exploded as a competitive video game. Though it was by no means the first, it quickly became the most popular esport in North America and spawned a professional scene that spans the globe.
The Year in StarCraft II: 2011 is both an in-depth recap of the year of this rapidly growing esport, discussing the evolution of the game and profiling its most important players, and a resource, providing detailed win/loss records and top placings for all of the 250-plus individuals who participated in the major tournaments devoted to the game. With map discussions, strategy overviews, player profiles, win/loss records, and rundowns of the most important professional leagues catering to the game, The Year in StarCraft II: 2011 is the comprehensive annual guide to professional StarCraft II.
This is the ongoing story of the world’s greatest esport. It’s is a story that deserves to be told.
Publishers: #DoubleForge (Double Forge Publishing)
Format: #Paperback #eBook
Accessibility: #TextToSpeech #ScreenReader #EnhancedTypesetting
Genres: #Esports #GeneralHistory #PCGaming
#Starcraft (Starcraft II)