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Last year, I watched the DOTA2 Invitationals on ESPN, North America semi-finals for the LoL Championship Series at PAX Prime, the WCS Grand Finals broadcast out of Blizzcon, and the finals for Ultra Street Fighter IV at Capcom Cup. My interest in E-Sports was piqued.
I'd watched pro level StarCraft and a bit of competitive Call of Duty in the past, but those were just the actual matches themselves. Last year was my first exposure to all of the presentation that surrounds all of that. Some of it is great. Some of it is not.
You may have New Year's resolutions to loose weight or to play through your backlogs (I have those too), but this year, I also want to watch a lot of E-Sports, with particular emphasis on presentation. How watchable are games I don't understand the skills behind? What's the tone of the event? Does it feel professional?
So looking for recommendations and leads. So far, I've been following the GSL Code S, Champions Korea 2015, and the MLG CounterStrike: GO at X-Games Aspen. Any E-Sports fans here? Where else should I be looking?