School can throw a monkey wrench into every part of your life. But after a couple weeks, your daily life starts to return to a sort of normalcy. That’s where I’m at now, and I’m now able to readily update the site again. A few articles remain half-finished because of all the craziness that school caused, but I’ll be able to finish them soon and continue on to other projects.
I did make a commitment to HeroesHype though, so my work with them was never interrupted. Since my last posting here, I have written two Amateur Series Recaps and another for Week 1 of HeroesHype Tempo Storm Series 3. If you are unfamiliar with HeroesHype, it’s an Amateur League for Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm. Our weekly series are a great place for amateur teams to compete and gain experience in a competitive environment. The HeroesHype Tempo Storm Series is a competition sponsored between HeroesHype and Tempo Storm where teams play for a community prize pool. The series run for five weeks where competitors gain points from their wins. The top eight teams then go on to compete in the finale for the prize pool.
The three recaps I’ve done since my last post are below with their respective links: