I for one wouldn't mind gaming chips moving to the bedroom, if you know what I mean.
But then I realized that many schools, universities and workplaces around the world have Windows-only software that requires you to buy a >$100 USD Windows license which goes to Microsoft and only to them.
It sounds like a crap idea, so please - implement this, and I hope you lose a lot of money.
I really like watching commentaries on SC games. I started watching them a few weeks ago and I'm HOOKED.
Now I'm not a great RTS player. And I've never enjoyed watching sports on TV - basketball, football (English or otherwise) or even the way overhyped olympics - I just never cared.
But Starcraft is something I can somehow relate to. Especially Starcraft 2. myself, not being a good player, I see all sorts of strange tricks I wouldn't have seen otherwise.
Micromanagement tipping the results of battles in ways I wouldn't have even imagined. All kinds of strange tricks involved - it's mind-blowing sometimes, and really... really exciting.
The other thing is the commentators are very useful. They call out the strategy, which really helped a not-so-good player like me. you get some insight into their thought processes.
I knew Koreans were into Starcraft, but I didn't know they were THAT into it. I feel kinda sad now. As I see it, it doesn't matter who wins at Starcraft, I just like watching the game and could never imagine placing bets on it.
Leaked sex tapes by spurned beaus?
Sex? This is Starcraft we're talking about.
Computer programs expand so as to fill the core available.