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He joked about buying the game again so we could play.I told him not to do it, because I wasn’t playing any games anymore. I was laughing on the outside but inside I was pissed. I gave in and played a few games with him, where he absolutely crushed me.A day or two after I moved in, one of my roommates, Ben, and I began to discuss our previous involvement in competitive video games, specifically the game Starcraft.I mentioned how I took the game very seriously and “was very good”.This is something I found out in September 2009, when I started to play them again. I moved out there to get away from Calgary and to experience something new.It was also a challenge to myself to see if I could move to another city and make new friends.From here I moved onto Counterstrike 1.6, which ended up being the game I would play the most.
I took that game so seriously I actually took lessons for it from one of the best guys in the world. If I didn’t have better things to do, I would login to my account and show everybody the total number of days played vs. I had the #1 ranked hunter on the server I played on, and after transferring to a new server (one of the more popular ones), I was recruited by a top 10 guild in the world to be on their roster.I didn’t play video games casually either; I played them to an extremely competitive level, competed in tournaments and ran one of my teams like you would run a business.My video game career (I’m not kidding, I viewed it as a career) began playing the original version of Starcraft when it first came out.If people at my house were playing, I would go do something else.It took a strong will but I was eventually able to break the habit, and as time went on, it became easier and easier. Which brings me to the first and absolute most important puzzle to quitting video games: You must have a firm commitment to not play them. You must make the decision not to touch them at all ever again.