I was contacted a few weeks ago by the Brazilian Esport writer Forkxx that prepared a series of no less 6 articles about Warcraft 3 15 years anniversary!
My part was to get players' testimonies : contacted them all, got more than a few answers. I hope you will all enjoy that little moment of Nostalgia.
May Brazil comes back to WC3 thanks to theenemy.com.br and Forkxx!
We had one dinner in Shanghai with Colorful, eating hot-pot with Neo, Remo and GCS admins. They made fun of him ~ about his lack of education or something..., I did not really get it then. Now I do, and so will you!
Colorful has progressed a lot these last weeks and far from being a "Grade 6 student", he has now become a "Grade A player"!
Hey guys! I'm working in a special article in Brazil about 15th anniversary of Warcraft 3. With that, I had the chance to interview our lovely Jannes "Neo" Jambalaya, one of the faces from Back2Warcraft broadcasts.
I'll post here our original conversation in English. Hope you guys enjoy his insights about the Warcraft 3 community today!
When most countries are celebrating the summer holidays, a group of Warcraft 3 players have gathered with the help and work of Nick to challenge each other for the solo trophy. Will Sheik defend his title as the champion this season?
Many people are wondering if there is still money to be made in Warcraft 3. Even though there are some tournaments with big prize pools such as WCA, GCS or the upcoming Neo Star League, the vast majority of players isn't able to claim these titles. Most prizes are won by a small amount of pro players. But who is earning the most?
Parasect is keeping track of results and earnings. He posts these numbers once a month in the WC3 Reddit. Here are his most recent findings for the WC3 Player Earnings in 2017.