All online games are built so that the first few levels are very easy to pass, but further movement to the top of the rating or access to strong opponents can take several months.
Especially difficult is the path to ranking in games like Dota 2 and Overwatch. In addition, you will meet many toxic players along the way, which can discourage all desire to develop in the game, especially Dota 2 is famous for.
But what if you feel that you deserve to fight at the highest level, but are not ready to spend a lot of time and effort to pass the secondary levels. In this situation the boosting service that has recently become more and more popular comes to the rescue. One of the market leaders in boosting services is the company AskBoosters. Here you are waiting for experienced players who specialize in a particular game, with the following popular online games are available for pumping: World of Tanks; Dota 2; CS: GO; Overwanch; League of Legends; Star Craft II; World of Warcraft; Diablo III.
Boosting is a professional help in character development and passing levels. In this case, an experienced specialist passes all levels for you, and you get a high rating and can play with the top players.
In addition to the direct passage of the game for you and get a high rating, it is important to talk to the booster to understand the mechanics of the action. Obtaining information about the specifics of passing levels and character strengths is necessary in order to match the rating you have in the future. But even losses in matches against the best teams are worth considering as experience, because playing at a high level allows you to learn and progress faster.
You should only trust your gaming account to boosters that represent well-known companies. This is to protect your account from loss and not to attract the attention of online game administrators, as boosting is not welcome. In addition, you get a guarantee that the service will be provided in full.
Virgin Media just announced today they are in search of creators of casual games. They are being encouraged to work through Two Way Media, Virgin Media’s app development partner, to integrate, test, host, launch and monetize games on TiVo using its game framework which can make Flash games ready for the platform in under a week.
Today the Video Games Extreme Workshop 2, hosted by VGA (Video Game Chile) kicks off at UFSM in Valparaiso.
Organized by Video Games Chile and USM Games, the event seeks to attract and support those who wish to learn and/or improve in game development can collaborate with professionals of the industry in the creation and development of new games. (Photo left: Daniel Winkler, Founder of Iguana Bee along with Pablo Gorigoitia of Brainstomers are the 2 main organizers of the event).
In its previous version the event gathered over 200 people, 20 new games were created, 5 people got hired by video game companies and one of the participating teams started their own company. Continue reading →
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