IPL Auction 2021: Three things PUBG players can learn from the IPL auction: IPL Auction 2021 concluded with players being majorly shuffled– some retained, some good players let go off. But how does this major change matter in the eSports world, you ask? There is a crucial connection and bigger things that Indian eSports or eSports around the world can learn from such an auction.
While bigger players like Steve Smith was let go off by Rajasthan Royals, previous captain of the Indian cricket team– Mahendra Singh Dhoni was retained by Chennai Super Kings. Letting so, and keeping some is a part of the trade.
Here are three things that eSports organisations and players can learn from the IPL Auction 2021.
Understanding Flaws: While it is very important to have players with a good track record on your side, but if the player is not performing it is crucial to sit down, re-think and strategise. Having a good player doesn’t necessarily mean they are flawless. It is important to understand the flaws and work on them. Make changes if necessary.
Roster Change: While it is important for players to practice together and build a synergy, roster change if players are not working together and winning, it is entirely alright to let them go. Trial and testing methods are the best way to move forward till the time you find your perfect line-up to move ahead in the competitive scene.
Pick the Best Fit: A team has to have the best pick for every situation. It really doesn’t matter which player has the blogger name and better stats. For every situation, you have to have a player who will stand out, or keep the team steady when they are about to have a fallout, or panic. That is for the cricket field. In the world of eSports, you have to have a person who knows their skills. For every situation, in PUBG for instance, you have to have an IGL, and entry fragger, an assist and a sniper. Same in the case of Valorant, the agents you pick, you should know how to use their ultimates to the best of the their abilities.