The Live Game Streaming Disadvantage I know many Have had Complaints about slow Playing and yes it can be a pain and I know there can be as many Reason as the world has sunrises. and in part I just shrugged slow players off However I don't completely and all Who Stream there game Like MTGA, Hearthstone Eternal and Others Should think about and take into account as to what some slower players could be up to in the name of Ranking and winning more gold and cards.
If you Stream your game and Have a blog and Facebook and other social site and you Share your Info and that you are going live not all do this but my MTGA user name is the Same as my website and my Facebook Page in other card games my user name is Jadiri gamer the same as my facebook page and my pen Mame on my website .
A player who Has this info can Watch your Stream while they are playing you they can know your Hand and they can know your plays before they make their next Moves Since Streams tend to be in a Slight Delay This would explain many of them Long Pauses Before they play that many try to pawn off as dramatic License
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Hero's of MTG Area Singleton Could it Be me or Could it Be you
one more attempt to get into the Singleton Event on MTG Arena first time we failed to get any matches it could be no one yet is playing?
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