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The Invisible Game: Mindset of a Winning Team (eSports & Competitive Gaming, Dota 2, League of Legends, CS:GO) Paperback – May 9, 2016
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About the Author
Zoltán Andrejkovics born in 1985, MD of Myrmidons eSport team, married and father of one.
He always had an interest in fields of interpersonal psychology, team dynamics, competitive gaming and eSports. His professional experiences gave a lot of real life examples how team members could achieve real goals.
The man behind the author loves reading psychology, watching competitive gaming, cycling, cooking and has an interest in future tech.
Check out his social pages @andzol
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Zoltan is a first-time author, but he has an exceptional intelligent style to describe things without jargon. I am not fully familiar with the gaming world, but I think every athlete could find some interesting stuffs in this book.
"I believe that gaming is not about defeating our opponents; rather it's discovering the depth of our internal greatness."
It is really interesting concept to introduce more in an eSports book than just “How to be a better player?” or “avoid cancer players”. The author put a lot of theories and concepts in the book with the “intent” to develop the personality of the young reader. The result is an easy to read, professional non-fiction book.
Not bad from a newcomer author.