While the rising popularity and accessibility of most mobile games, such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, mean that anyone can easily pick up and play them, there will come a point where you just want to level up your game and win more.
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Some find that going pro is a lucrative way to earn money and win fame simply for playing the game you love—while others just love winning a lot for bragging rights. (The game has local rankings, and being a top player in your area is definitely something to flex.)
So if you want to be better at your game of choice, here are a few simple (yet high-effort) ways to “git gud”:
Study the metagame
Online games don’t exist in a vacuum. Developers constantly both add and take away new things, and the way people play at one point won’t ever be the same, say, a few months from then.
That’s why it’s always important to stay updated with the different movements in the metagame—if you log on and play the same way you did a while back, be prepared to be shocked (sometimes in a good way, but mostly in a bad way). There are a lot of resources to study, like tutorial videos, dedicated game websites, and even game livestreams.
Practice, practice, practice
Of course, you can’t win games just by studying. Everyone knows this; you’ve gotta practice because all that theory doesn’t apply to the actual game.
One thing—though it’s totally fine to practice on your own, team games require you to have chemistry and knowledge of how your teammates generally play. You won’t always get better when it comes to playing with a team when you queue up with random players on the internet, so if you want a shot at winning official tournaments or you just want to rank up with your friends, get your squad in regular practice sessions. It’s a lot better that way.
Do what works for you
Mobile games have made it incredibly easy to play genres that usually worked a lot better with a keyboard and mouse thanks to successful in-game designs, but you don’t have to stop there.
The beauty of these games is the ability to customize controls and control schemes. For some games, you can change where buttons are to suit your playstyle and produce better results. If you want to take it a step further, you can use controllers specifically made for smartphones, especially if your fingers tend to sweat a lot. All of this isn’t really cheating—gaming is trying to find the best way to play, and if that works for you, you should definitely make these changes to be a better gamer.
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And doing what works for you also includes having a great phone for gaming—If you want to be an elite player at your game of choice, it’s time to gear up with the latest and the best! Infinix Philippines recently launched the Infinix NOTE 30 series, the newest addition to its impressive line-up of gaming-optimized phones.
So, what can we expect from the Infinix NOTE 30 5G? It’s got competitive specs that allow you to run any of your favorite mobile games smoothly, namely its 5G Dimensity 6080 5G Processor that has the latest Android 13 operating system, as well as the power of its up to 16GB Extended RAM 8+8 GB. You can also download all the games you want with up to 256 GB of storage, making sure you never run out of space.
It’s also got cutting-edge charging features that set this phone apart from all the rest. Gamers can enjoy up to two hours of nonstop gaming with the Infinix NOTE 30’s large 5,000mAh battery. Its fast charging technology, which allows you to charge the battery to 75% in just 30 minutes, will be helpful for when you’re on the go and need a quick power up. The Bypass Charging feature ensures that the phone will stay cool while charging.
On top of that, there are also multiple ways you can charge your Infinix NOTE 30—wired or reverse charging.
So what are you waiting for? Be the best in the game by getting the ultra-fast NOTE 30 now—here’s where you can get it:
NOTE 30 5G:
256GB: P9,999 (available in official Infinix kiosks and concept stores nationwide, and via Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok)
128GB: P9,499 (available in official Infinix kiosks and concept stores nationwide, and via Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok)
NOTE 30 4G:
256GB: P8,499 (available in official Infinix kiosks and concept stores nationwide, and via Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok)
128GB: P7,999 (available in official Infinix kiosks and concept stores nationwide, and via Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok)