Cybergamer Coaching Program

Cybergamer Coaching Program

Cybergamer Coaching Program

Thread started by KlNG on Thursday, 4:36pm March 31st with 28 replies. Views: 2,283

KlNG

5,381 posts

4:36pm Mar 31st 11

Hello there, just wanted to bring up a suggestion which I have thought about for a while now and that is the Cybergamer Coaching Program.

What Is It?
The coaching program would be a place to go were people in need of improving their Cybergamer skills could go to learn from the best.

How Would It Work?
For the program I was thinking that there would be a special place were people could register or submit an application. Their would be a certain amount of trainers so to say and would be elected in a poll or something. Then after the two are paired up they could either let them into their clan or just let them watch or particpate in a scrim. The trainer would set goals for the student like go a whole game without contesting ect. After each day the trainer could write a report and send it to the student, so the student can look back on the good and the bads of their day.The student would stay with his allocated trainer for 2Weeks maybe not really sure on the time. If the student is a good learner they also could be let off the program under the allocated time if they wish. This is supposed to be a bit of fun and producing a new breed to take over Cybergamer as ageing is upon us. This should'nt be a hassle and if trainers don't wish to continue the program they could either leave or to close the program in general. As stated this is only a suggestion.

Vote in the poll if you think it would be a good idea or if you completely disagree with it. Also don't be shy and comment about your decision. If the program would go ahed you may also want to suggest the time-limit for the program. Ok thanks for your time have a great day.
Only A Suggestion

JoeL Ayy

1,949 posts

4:39pm Mar 31st 11

People in PS3 need to focus on their own game lol, no1 would be good enough to teach.

Broeky

3,237 posts

4:39pm Mar 31st 11

Nice idea mate.

Naked

12,622 posts

4:40pm Mar 31st 11

ill do it.

Mackkaa

1,307 posts

4:40pm Mar 31st 11

not a bad idea viper tbh

Taszennn

9,503 posts

4:42pm Mar 31st 11

ok idea lol, but isnt that what pugs etc is for?

Broeky

3,237 posts

4:44pm Mar 31st 11

Pugs are to practice yourself, he means actual people teaching you how to play

Rohizle

6,561 posts

4:47pm Mar 31st 11

This is pretty much pugs, you just gotta get along with each other a little better, it depends who's playing.

Practise makes perfect though.

JAYLEEG

2,173 posts

4:48pm Mar 31st 11

it's not hard too play.

either look up an instruction manual.

if you dont know how too play cod, then ur retarded.

honestly, why would someone go out of their time to teach when they need to learn themselves?

this game isnt for 5 year olds, im sure everyone is old enough to be capable of playing a video game or CG site.

Play more competitive and pugs etc and you'll learn.

Flukkz

1,956 posts

4:51pm Mar 31st 11


ill do it.

Quote from Nakeeed on the 31st of March 2011

Ill give ya $300 for a 1 hour lesson.

OT:
Good idea but would probably be a better idea in a year or two.

Taszennn

9,503 posts

4:53pm Mar 31st 11


Pugs are to practice yourself, he means actual people teaching you how to play

Quote from xBroeky on the 31st of March 2011
If you need someone to teach you how to play go back to primary school. There is no way that someone can really teach you smarts, to have a good shot, good comms etc. Someone can say to you do this in this situation but unless you do it over and over again it wont kick in at all 10 minutes after they say it to you. A prime example is dropshotting, if you dont ever practise it or do it consistently you are more than likely not to do it right? That is why people consistently do it like every game cause otherwise you get out of the habit. Watching players will onyl get you so far, the best practise is to actually play and then keep working on to better players and versing them because eventually even without noticing you get better just because of your opponents...

Arcticv2

2,688 posts

5:00pm Mar 31st 11

Kinda like the JB get good 2010 program

Fushan

3,977 posts

5:02pm Mar 31st 11

not a bad idea but will need to be a lot more complex and more organised than what you have composed...

but seriously, who could be bothered wasting time helping other people get better, when they could be getting better themselves.

Taszennn

9,503 posts

5:05pm Mar 31st 11


Kinda like the JB get good 2010 program

Quote from Charlie, on the 31st of March 2011
Is there a 2011 program?

Alternatively if my sources are correct (diddy) You could attend the Chris Angel college of levitation?

sitdown_fool

3,461 posts

5:13pm Mar 31st 11


it's not hard too play.

either look up an instruction manual.

if you dont know how too play cod, then ur retarded.

honestly, why would someone go out of their time to teach when they need to learn themselves?

this game isnt for 5 year olds, im sure everyone is old enough to be capable of playing a video game or CG site.

Play more competitive and pugs etc and you'll learn.

Quote from JAYLEEG on the 31st of March 2011
he obviously doesn't mean just the basics of how to play, R1 to shoot R2 to throw nades...

more like when and when not to contest, tips to out smart your opponent. stuff like that