Basically here's what happened:
Last Thursday I was casting for the ASL in English while answering questions in between games in Chinese. Afterwards the casters wanted me to play against a retired pro by the name of HRUHaogege.
You can view both of those streams on my Twitch.tv here:
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With that in mind I decided to dedicate more time to learning how to cast in Chinese. I told my friends that I'm serious now, and there is one I have who said, finally, "We can start next week." This friend that I'm looking to for help is an old BW Vet, but never went pro. He's from Beijing, but I wont let that deter me. I speak with a southern accent, so I sound like someone from the countryside somewhere between Zhejiang and Guangdong (Min accent influence).
Also looking into the eSports "Market" in Taiwan, I began to notice that the LoL scene is about 5 times larger than the Starcraft scene (based on what I have seen on the PTT forums). And as long as we are on that topic, one of the pro casters in Taiwan posted my alias on the PTT Forums and you can view that here:
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I went insane. That day my Twitch.tv channel got over 2000 unique views (I'm not sure how many of them were TL.net users and how many were Taiwanese viewers that saw me on PTT), but I also gained 50 followers all in one sitting and when I was facing (albeit nervously) HRUHaogege, I was borderlining 200 constant viewers.
Is this success? One could say it is a start. For now I have to do things that will help my reputation grow otherwise those 2000 unique viewers will simply be a memory as will I be, and as such, I will fade in to the dark. But this further expands on what I said before about doing something original in the entertainment industry.
EDIT: Fixed my links.