The Continuous Rise of Competitive Gaming in Canada

The eSports industry is continuously growing and in its current speed and path, it is seemingly unstoppable. The trend is ever-growing and more and more countries and states are joining in the fray. The competitive gaming Canada is also brimming with development as one of its provinces experiences massive improvements - the Northern part of the Ontario. Ontario is one of the most known province in Canada and has been involved in many activities which makes it one of the most active parts in the place. This makes it not surprising that it engaged and participated in the growing trend of eSports.

The mentioned competitive gaming Canada growth is marked by the initiation of a tournament in one of the cities in Ontario - Sudbury. There's a man there named Troy Chirka who's responsible for giving rise to tournaments of the legendary game of Super Mario Smash Brothers that have truly changed the course of eSports today. Chirka is an avid fan of the legendary game and in fact, he was already engaged on it for 15 years. However, it was only 2 and a half years ago that he discovered that even this simple game he knew had already stepped into a competitive platform.

With competition, everything is more exhilarating than ever and Chirka added that other players of the game will surely jump right in with no hesitation once given the chance to participate in one. He also added that there are simply too many players out there that plays the game - even professionals, which only makes it evident that the growth of the competitive gaming Canada is sure to skyrocket even more in the future.

The mentioned tournament was held on Sudbury Ontario just this March 19, 2016. It was done at the Raddison Hotel where about 50-60 players from different states and cities have come to compete with through the game. Chirka also added that there are also other people there like him that are also fond of making friends and building a community. As such, we could expect that more and more communities like this will surely rise up one after another to make a change in the eSports world.