Scott Robertson

Author's details

Name: Scott Robertson
Date registered: 08/15/2012
URL: http://www.hbhud.com
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Biography

Scott Robertson has been an avid gamer for well over a decade now, despite not being two decades old himself. Receiving an N64 when he was six led him down the road he walks today, as his infatuation with Mario Kart 64 soon turned into a deep passion for all video games. After discovering the perfect blend of game-playing and having a social life in high school, and leaving his WoW phase behind him, he spent his first year away from his Midwestern home going to college on the East Coast. Upon returning home, he began writing about games back in July of 2012, discovering he had a knack for them. His all-time favorites include Knights of the Old Republic, the Battlefront series, NBA 2K11, Fallout 3, the Backyard Sports series, and The Simpsons: Hit & Run. You can find Scott on Steam as Reverend Jones, on Xbox Live as Scotsman716, and on Twitter @srobertron.

Latest posts

  1. eSports Weekly (Week of 5/11-5/17 2015) One Year Anniversary — 05/15/2015
  2. eSports Weekly (Week of 5/4-5/10) — 05/08/2015
  3. eSports Weekly (Week of 4/27-5/3) — 05/01/2015
  4. There will be a Slight Delay for this Week’s eSports Weekly. — 04/24/2015
  5. eSports Weekly (Week of 4/13-4/19) — 04/17/2015

Most commented posts

  1. Top Five Star Wars Games So Far: What You Should Be Playing While Waiting for 1313. — 4 comments
  2. Games We Can Only Dream About — 3 comments
  3. Best of Steam’s Freebies: Part One — 3 comments
  4. The 3 Best and 3 Worst Uses of Famous Actors in Video Games — 2 comments
  5. Why NBA 2K13 Is More Of An RPG Than Most RPG’s — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

May 15 2015

eSports Weekly (Week of 5/11-5/17 2015) One Year Anniversary

Thank you for joining me for the very special One Year Anniversary Edition of eSports Weekly. There’s some mildly sappy stuff down at the bottom about how this feature came to be, what it’s led to, and what I’m looking forward to in the future, but that can wait, because there’s news to recap! This …

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May 08 2015

eSports Weekly (Week of 5/4-5/10)

Welcome back to another edition of eSports Weekly! This week we cover the star-studded Mid-Season Invitational, and preview the teams that have been invited to this year’s Dota 2 International Championships. And make sure you stop by next week for eSports Weekly’s one year anniversary. Enjoy! LoL: The Mid-Season Invitational: The First Day If you’re …

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May 01 2015

eSports Weekly (Week of 4/27-5/3)

We’re back after unfortunately having to miss last week’s iteration of eSports Weekly. But we’ve got a doozy of an ESW for you this week. The long LCS spring splits are finally over, we have our champions and new challengers, and say goodbye to a couple of LCS greats. Also on the docket is the …

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Apr 24 2015

There will be a Slight Delay for this Week’s eSports Weekly.

Hi eSports Weekly fans, I hate to do this again so soon after having to miss a report, but because of the length of the matches I had to cover today for the CS:GO Championship Series, I’m far too burnt out at the moment to produce a quality column. I only do this because I …

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Apr 17 2015

eSports Weekly (Week of 4/13-4/19)

Welcome to another family friendly edition of eSports Weekly! This week we’ve got a preview of this weekend’s grand finals in the NA and EU LCS spring splits. We also look at Azubu’s new announcement, and unearth one man’s quest to bring an eSports bar to Austin, Texas. This and more in this week’s eSports …

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Apr 14 2015

Exclusivity Seems Logical (for ESL): ESL’s Pursuit of a CS:GO Monopoly

As Na’Vi and Titan meet in the finals of the Winter ESL Pro League, I can’t help but notice the 100,000+ people watching at this moment. But part of me wonders how many are watching the action, but are preoccupied by the bold direction ESL appears to be going in. According to an article hosted …

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Apr 10 2015

eSports Weekly (Week of 4/6-4/12)

Hi eSports fans! Missed me? Oh of course you did. But we’re back with a jam-packed version of eSports Weekly. This week, we run through the incredible amount of news and developments in the LCS, preview the CS:GO tournament at DreamHack winter, and much more! LCS: Semifinal Preview, Challenger Series Results A lot of news …

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Apr 03 2015

eSports Weekly is Taking a Short Holiday Break.

Hi eSports Weekly fans! With this being Easter/Passover weekend and there being a significant drop in eSports news due to the LCS playoffs starting tomorrow, there won’t be an eSports Weekly tonight. The only significant news I can think of off the top of my head without researching are the CoD championships and the update …

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Mar 27 2015

eSports Weekly (Week of 3/23-3/29)

It’s the all important final week of LCS action! We also look back at ESL One Katowice’s record-breaking statistics, and much more in this week’s rendition of eSports Weekly! LCS: The Final Week It’s the last week of the nine week spring series. Those at the top want to finish strong, those at the bottom …

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Mar 20 2015

eSports Weekly (Week of 3/16-3/22)

This week we have the winners from Katowice, we recap/preview an important week in LCS, and discuss the latest announcements from ESL. This and more in this week’s eSports Weekly. Katowice Winners There was a fantastic collection of top-tier competition at Katowice this past weekend, and here are all the winners. In the ESL One …

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