Doing An AMA On Reddit
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Hi Reddit. My name is Richard Lewis, Editor In Chief of Cadred.org and Tek-9.org and full time employee of Heaven Media.
Since covering Starcraft 2 I've seen a lot of questions crop up in the stuff I've posted in Reddit, particularly the interviews, and it's been suggested doing an AMA might clear up some stuff.
I'm not arrogant enough to think anyone would care all that much and stuff like this generally seems to be an ego-stroke for the person doing it but it's been put to me more than once and I've seen plenty of SC2 enthusiasts who don't have a clue about who I am.
I've been around in e-sports for the best part of a decade and covered a lot of different games. I've worked with people that have gone on to become e-celebrities (leaving me far behind) and been around some of the biggest successes and biggest disasters in e-sports. I've helped develop the skills of a lot of younger writers in e-sports (or tried to) and I regularly get death-threats from the 1.6 community.
So - ask me anything if you're interested.
Worst thing I can probably do is post it here but some of you might want to ask stuff and not notice it otherwise, so go nuts.
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