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7 Quick Qs No. 3: Do you play any additional esports competitively?

  • Date:
    Nov 7, 2020

USA Basketball reached out to the gamers participating in this weekend’s USA E-National Team trials to find out a little bit about what makes them tick, the origin of their nickname, their go-to move, and other tidbits. We asked for answers to seven quick questions and got back a myriad of responses.

  • Question No. 1: What is the origin of your gamertag?
  • Question No. 2: When or why did you begin playing esports?
  • Question No. 3: (below) Do you play any additional esports competitively?

ABPureblood: I don't really play any other games on this type of level, but I love playing other games such as Madden, FIFA, Call of Duty and NHL.

ALittleLady87: Madden.

CB13: No, I do not.

Crush: No, I do not play any other sports games competitively.

Dayfri: No, just NBA2K.

Dimez: I actually do not. I’m strictly 2K.

DJLayy: I do not play any other additional EA sports competitively.

FEAST: I almost played competitively on Call of Duty Black Ops 3 but ultimately dropped out of it. I don’t play as much as I used to but when I do it’s usually a wager or a highly competitive game setting. 

Gradient: No.

Icygrl: No.

iKilledZiah: It has been a long time; but I did compete in Call of Duty when I was a teenager. 

KennyGotWork: No.

OriginalMalik: I do not play any other games competitively per se, but I definitely play everything and every game genre.

Radiant: Yes, I play Madden as well and did good last year. I will try to continue that success this year. 

Ramo: Just NBA 2K.

ZaeBucks: There are no other esports I play but I am a prestige Uno player on the PS4 or any other PC games.

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