Here I sit a month after the CON, mulling things over. I’ve let the whole experience sink in–this is definitely not a case of me being lazy by waiting almost too long for this post to be relevant.
I’ve been in attendance since 2010 ( barring 2013), and this was my fourth SDCC. Each year has been a whirlwind of activity, with a combination of late nights, smelly attendees, celebrity run-ins, and much more—thankfully not always in that order.
Unfortunately Devin, co host and editor of the show, has informed me that he is an idiot and that it should be noted that episode 32 has been lost in an endless void which we can never retrieve it from. I will spare everyone the details of how this void has come to exist, and simply state that he managed to drop a crucial part of the cast into it leaving us with a production value of exactly zero. That being said: to all of those who got to enjoy our cast, which is approximately four of us, it was great. To those who will forever miss out on it, I am sorry but that bad taste in your mouth is not something I can fix. Please stay tuned for what might be episode 32 later this week.
We experienced some audio recording difficulties, please excuse the failures… or don’t and deal with it!
Epic news broke earlier today when Valve announced that ESPN will be covering the main event of The International 2014, held at the KeyArena in Seattle. This record setting tournament will now be the feature of the first step into putting eSports into the public’s eye.