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Seeking advice

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Grandiser12, Jan 25, 2014.

  1. Grandiser12

    Grandiser12 Registered Member

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    Hello bhw
    i have abit of a problem and i was hoping that you guys might help me by giving an advice
    i have been trying to become an IM from like 8 months already , but it didnt really work out . i made some money , but not like i wanted .
    problem is , i m a hardcore gamer ( i play league of legends , hearth stone if you ask :p ) . and i spend most of my time playing and i cant concentrate on doing IM . i want to make some money online to buy a new gamer pc so i can stream my games and make money from it .
    what do you think i should do ? i what type of IM you think would work in my case :p . note i did PPD and made some money of it . but looks like youtube changed the game alot
     
  2. PrinceVisi

    PrinceVisi Elite Member

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    Contact the Game Software Companies and tell them your history.

    They might be interested to know you better.
     
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  3. Grandiser12

    Grandiser12 Registered Member

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    oh trust me buddy they dont give a ****
    the only way that gamers can make money is by streaming . and that takes a special rig . and to be honest , i m a student in forgein country ( so you can guess that i cant buy a gamer pc )
    my laptop is ok ( get 60 fps ) but to stream and make videos you need something way better
    i guess the skills but not the tools
     
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    pnvhq Junior Member

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    Your problem is that you want to play instead of work. Sorry, but there is no "method" to replace hard work.
     
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  5. Admirus

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    I would say you can start by stop saying you are a gamer :p You play LoL and heartstone only :p
    Anyway, if you want to start and concetrate on IM, start by deleting LoL and HS from your laptop :p then start stalking other's journey's see what you like most, then try it yourself
     
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  6. Grandiser12

    Grandiser12 Registered Member

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    it s not that i want to play instead of work . i m addicted to it
     
  7. Grandiser12

    Grandiser12 Registered Member

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    well i play other games , but i m diamond 1 on league and almost legendary on HS , so that s a pretty high rankings :p .
    i could do that . will be hard for the first few days . but i think it can work out
     
  8. Admirus

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    I too am addicted, or at least was, but i managed to reduce my game time and increase my work time. Try plauing half the time you used to play and double the time you work. For example you play 4 hours and work 1, play 2 hours and work the other 2. You can try doing 1 hour gaming then 1 hour working
     
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    It's not different than school. Do your homework first, and then play all you want. Make playing your reward for working, and be strict on yourself.
     
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