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Today we are joined by Grant ‘Moth’ Espre from the SF Shock. As one of the top healers in the league, Moth represents the support class at the highest level of competition. A full bread esports competitor, Grants focus has never been money, fame, or followers. His dedication to the win has brought this Computer Science Major from scrims in college to competing on the biggest stages the world has to offer. Learn how a normal man picked up a game with his friends and become a pioneer in the Overwatch League withy SF Shocks very own Moth.
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- Tell us who you are and a little about yourself. ( Tag, name, age, where you’re from, something unique about you)
- When did you start gaming and how?
- What brought you to Overwatch?
- How did you realize you could be a professional gamer?
- How has bouncing between U.S. and Europe changed your POV of esports.
- Tell me about your experience getting to the Overwatch league as a pro gamer.
- Why do you keep gaming now?
- Your online presence is very reserved. What’s it like being in the spotlight so much?
- Your stream has 70 ACCU which for 1.7k followers is rather impressive for only 90 days. I know streaming isn’t your focus but what do you believe that growth came from?
- What are your future plans for online content creation like the stream?
- Do your fans ever request more content? How do you balance the demand with your one desire to provide that information?
- You’ve achieved success in several teams that has lead to the highest level of competition in the world. What is a personal habit that contributes to your success?
- What’s your opinion on the current state of Overwatch competition?
- How do you see the balance playing out in season 2?
- Last year we had the world cup and OW making it to ESPN. Where do you see Overwatch going beyond Season 2?
- What advice can you give someone trying to get into what you do?
- What is your favorite accomplishment doing what you do?
- What’s is your biggest learning lesson?
- What’s the 1 thing as an esports pro that you love the most and why?
- Do you get to know any players of other games in your industry?
- What’s your favorite peripheral?