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Now, you pretty much have to spend enough time playing that most of the people playing that game have heard of you (at least your username). Even gamers who play and post let's plays on YouTube don't really earn the kind of buzz that they need to jump the gap from casual gamer to professional.

That's all about to change. While there are some esport platforms that allow you to make money, only Yamzu has the ability to really help you become a big name in esport. You have the ability to start creating your own events once you start earning and winning money. As you market an event and draw even more users to Yamzu, your name will become bigger and bigger. When you schedule a match or tournament, you don't just get paid when you win, you can really start making a name for yourself. While being a big name esport might not sound like such a big deal, for those that have devoted hours to League of Legends (LOL) or CounterStrike (CS), getting recognition for those skills and actually paid real money for demonstrating those skills is a big deal.

Most big names in professional sports exhibited strong skills in high school, were pulled up to play at a college, and then were drafted into a professional team. What does exist, however, is Yamzu, which gives you the ability to rise through the ranks, make a name for yourself, and start creating your own events to make an even bigger name for yourself, all while earning real money for gaming.

With Yamzu, you don't have to sit around and wait for your big break. You can make your own big break by simply getting involved in the community, building your skills, and winning-- just as you have always been.


Now, you pretty much have to spend enough time playing that most of the people playing that game have heard of you (at least your username). Even gamers who play and post let's plays on YouTube don't really earn the kind of buzz that they need to jump the gap from casual gamer to professional.

Most big names in professional sports exhibited strong skills in high school, were pulled up to play at a college, and then were drafted into a professional team.

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