Posted 30th March 2018 By: Derpina
Esports News – A piece of gaming equipment can make or break your strategy while playing esports, much more crucial if you’re competing in a tournament. The quality, including functionality and durability, is the top consideration you need to list down when buying an esports equipment. All basic hardware is equally important, but get started with a mouse to get a grip on the game.
Listed below are the top ten best gaming mice of 2018 with a central focus on dots per inch (DPI) and special features:
Thermaltake Tt Sports Level 10M
With 16,000 DPI, Thermaltake allows quick sensory translation of hand movements. You can easily control your character in milliseconds—a blink of an eye. The aesthetic black diamond design of the hardware will not distract you from the game you’re focused on. But if you happen to prefer a wired mouse, you can easily switch from wireless to wired connection by manipulating the cord.
Cooler Master MasterMouse MM530
As the upgraded version of MM520, the sensor of MasterMouse MM530 is capable of 12,000 DPI. It has a modest sensitivity for first-person shooter (FPS) video games like CS:GO. The mouse is more or less $40 dollars which is pretty decent. But if you have large hands, the gripping might be a little uncomfortable.
Creative Sound BlasterX Siege M04
The main element of BlasterX that is perfect for gamers is its 7 programmable buttons that allow Omron switches capable of 50 million clicks. It has 12,000 DPI and probably one of the most competitive gaming mice in the market, and it can keep up with you if you want to attack the enemy’s wall aggressively.
Corsair Glaive RGB
Despite being pricey, Corsair can live up to your expectations when it comes to comfort and functionality. The soft matte coating of the hardware and interchangeable thumb grips can adjust to your preferences if you wish to have more comfortable gaming experience. Also, the 16,000 DPI and Pixart 3367 sensor allow seamless motions all throughout the game.
Asus ROG Gladius II
Asus is a well-known brand in the gaming industry. Their gaming laptops, after all, are built and fashioned for regular tasks as well as esports. The brand does not disappoint. Their new mouse, ROG Gladius II, has 50g acceleration, 12,000 DPI, 1000Hz USB polling rate, RGB lighting, and Omron switches.
Razer Naga Trinity
This mouse is the most versatile mouse you can find since it can handle any type of esports you throw at it, may it be FPS or Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA). Razer Naga Trinity has three adjustable and swappable side plates that you can manipulate depending on the type of game you’re playing. The 16,000 DPI also contributes to smooth motion tracking of the commands you’re going to make.
Logitech is the oldest and most prominent mice developer in the gaming industry. Many esports professionals are loyal to the brand. Their new G903 mouse has 12,000 DPI and features wireless charging. Surprisingly, it can even last up to 24 hours. You will never be interrupted when the game is on. Experience a wireless and seamless gaming.
Corsair Dark Core RGB SE
The maximum DPI of 16,000 can deliver a fast and smooth performance if you wish to play aggressively. It also has a wireless charging port on the mouse pad, interchangeable side grip for the different type of games, programmable buttons for quick commands, and multi-color 3-zone backlighting for playing in the dark.
SteelSeries Sensei 310
Sensei translates to martial arts teacher in Japanese, and the SteelSeries Sensei 310 might just be your companion for competitive gaming. Its features 12,000 DPI, 3,500 CPI, and 50-million click lifespan can keep pace with your hand dexterity while playing.
SteelSeries Rival 600
Getting another spot in the best gaming mice 2018 list is the SteelSeries Rival 600. Just like the Sensei 310, this is one of the best in the market when it comes to sensitivity and comfortability. The 12,000 DPI is already commendable, but the 60 million click lifespan is out of this world. On top of that, the customizable weight of the mouse can also help you adjust your grip whenever you want to.
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When you first start out you’ll be tempted to try to bet as frequently as possible, don’t. Wait for matches with good odds where you or the predictors know the teams. Never force yourself to bet, bet on matches that you are confident in. You may go days or weeks without placing a bet, you’re not in a rush, wait for bets you are comfortable and confident in and profit should follow.
If there’s any uncertainty, don’t place a bet. Save your skins for another day. There will be plenty of other matches that you can bet on.
Betting is always risky, that’s unavoidable. But staying inside a ‘safe zone’ will help cover you off from some really silly bets. When starting out with a low inventory, large bets placed on matches with 80%+ odds aren’t going to return much in general (on lounge, even less due to the inconsistent returns) but you’re still risking a large amount of your inventory for very little.
Equally, odds below 30% sound very, very attractive with huge returns possible. But if you don’t know the teams or all the details, it’s very possible the team doesn’t stand any chance. If you think there might be a chance, reduce the size of the stake or consider an ICB.
Always bet with a percentage of your inventory. Think, what happens if you lose an ‘All in’ bet, do you stop betting for the rest of your life, or just get your wallet out and go again? You may think there’s no risk, however there is always risk. If you’re placing a high bet, stick to an absolute maximum of 20% of your betting inventory.
Always leave enough to bet another day.
If you’re feeling angry or frustrated, your judgement get’s very cloudy. You’ll make a stupid bet and lose. If you just lost a big bet or are on a losing streak, instead of trying to force a bet, you should take a step back, calm down and just take a break, come back refreshed with a fresh mindset.
Betting blind is a purely relying on luck, if the underdog odds are 30%, that definitely doesn’t mean the team has a 30% chance of winning. It just means 30% of the betting community chose that team. A late roster change could mean there’s zero chance for the team to win. Check in with our predictions to help give you some more background on the game.
Use the lounge odds tracker to predict the final odds as the start of the match get’s closer. If the odds are increasing/decreasing for the team you intend to bet on the return may not outweigh the risk anymore. A huge significant switch of odds at the last moment may mean that something shady is going on, mostly in very low tier games, or a sudden announcement, E.g standin may have occurred.
Bookies will put up their odds based on their own expectations, as the bets start coming in they'll tweak the odds to ensure it's still profitable for them. That early stage is key to getting an edge on the bookies.
As soon as you feel like you have to bet again to recoup loses, you’ll feel compelled to make bigger bets with bigger risks. This often starts an endless cycle driving your losses further and further. Instead, after a big loss, take a day off from betting (or a week if was really big). .Keep to the proper bet sizing based on the risk of the match no matter what. You are not in a race to win it back, just take it easy.
Do not blindly follow betting site odds and think that they are correct to the true odds. If a betting site has ‘Team A’ as a heavy favorite, it does not always mean that it’s an easy win for ‘Team A’.
SK beat Na’Vi… Na’Vi beat E-Frag. That means SK can beat E-Frag now, right? No.
There are many factors which contribute to the team winning a match, these factors such as player performance, map selection, strategy and tactics which may not apply to other teams.