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  • In August 2011 a tournament featuring the popular

    2011 年 8 月熱門線上策略遊戲《Dota 2》

  • online strategy game Dota 2 was held in Cologne, Germany.

    在德國科隆舉辦了一場錦標賽

  • It offered the largest prize pool to date

    大賽獎金創下史上最高紀錄 進而吸引了來自世界各地的職業玩家

  • attracting professional players from all over the world.

    大賽獎金創下史上最高紀錄 進而吸引了來自世界各地的職業玩家

  • Yes, it is actually confirmed.

    是的 已經確定了

  • 1.6 million dollar prize pool!

    總獎金 160 萬美元!

  • I'm double-checking to make sure they haven't changed any details

    我正重複確認自發布之後

  • since they told us last time.

    沒任何變動

  • 1 million in US dollars for First Prize.

    冠軍可以獲得一百萬美元

  • That is for the winner.

    那是給第 1 名的

  • 1 million dollars for winning Dota!

    只要打贏 Dota 就能獲得一百萬美元!

  • It's going to be huge. Dota2.com

    這將會轟動全球

  • The tournament tab is up, too.

    大賽資訊也在 Dota2.com 上了

  • Our website will actually change for the next 24 hours as well...

    我們的網站也將在 24 小時內更新…

  • The day I transformed into an adult was the day I started playing Dota.

    開始玩 Dota 的那刻 是我長大的那天

  • It's times like, when you go up on the stage,

    譬如有時候 你走上舞台

  • you represent your country for something.

    你代表你的國家

  • You get the prize.

    你拿到獎金

  • It's the amount of satisfaction and achievement that nothing else can give you.

    沒其它事物能帶來相同的滿足和成就感

  • It's something I definitely don't regret ever doing.

    這是件我永不後悔的事情

  • Gaming is simply the proudest thing in my life.

    電競是我一生中最引以為傲的事

  • It can be called "gamer," but for me, it's something different.

    雖然通俗地被稱為「玩家」 但對我而言它有不同的意義

  • One way to forget about pain is to do something that you will be in completely.

    忘卻痛苦的方法之一 就是全心地投入某件事情

  • So...

    所以…

  • computer games.

    電腦遊戲

  • For me, it was...

    對我而言它是… 

  • everything.

    我的一切

  • This is my career.

    這是我的職業

  • I've chosen to do it for so long.

    我選擇走上這條路很久了

  • Success in my eyes is always based on how other people see you.

    在我眼中 所謂的「成功」均是由旁人斷定 

  • In the eyes of the public,

    在大眾的眼裡

  • it's up to them.

    是由他們決定的

  • It's important to be doing things that you love and you really appreciate.

    做你喜歡的事情並樂於其中是很重要的

  • Because that's your passion, man.

    因為那是你的熱情所在

  • You should really work for your passions.

    你應要為你的熱情而付出 

  • Ok, guys, you have 7 minutes to set everything up

    好了各位 你們有 7 分鐘的時間準備

  • and then we go.

    然後我們就要開始了

  • This is the first time I really wanted to take something seriously

    這是我生平第一次想要為自己

  • and do something good for my life.

    認真看待並做件正確的事情

  • FREE TO PLAY

    10 年前根本沒人把電子競技當一回事

  • 10 years ago, competitive gaming wasn't even really a thing.

    你會跟好友對戰當作消遣

  • You would play for fun against your friends.

    或許為 1 杯咖啡或其它事物作賭注而玩

  • Maybe you would play for a cup of coffee or whatever you wanted.

    我最早開始玩遊戲時 我們會為了

  • When I started playing, we'd been fighting for

    24 瓶啤酒爭奪第一

  • 24 bottles of beer as a first place.

    我沒騙你

  • I'm not joking.

    在那之後線上對戰開始普及了 

  • From there, though, online happened.

    突然間你不單只想成為街坊間的強者

  • And, all of a sudden, you weren't just trying to be the best on your block.

    現在你想成為世界最強的玩家

  • Now you're trying to be the best in the world.

    而這改變也將電競世界推向全新的境界

  • And that opened up competitive gaming to a whole new landscape.

    其中一個最具影響力的遊戲便是 Dota

  • And one of the games really leading the way is Dota.

    Dota 有點像是綜合了足球及西洋棋

  • Dota is sort of a combination of football (or soccer for the Americans)

    Dota 有點像是綜合了足球及西洋棋

  • and Chess.

    這大概會是我對不認識 Dota 的人

  • This is probably how I would try to explain Dota

    解釋 Dota 的方法

  • to someone who's not familiar with it.

    至少我對我父母是這樣說的

  • At least, that's what I did to my parents.

    Dota 是個講求氣勢的遊戲

  • Dota is a game of momentum.

    己方五位玩家

  • You as 5 players

    和對立五位玩家抗衡 爭取主導氣勢

  • try and battle against the other 5 players for momentum.

    每位玩家操控一個角色單位

  • Every single player controls one unit.

    遊戲的首要目標是摧毀敵方的主要建築

  • And the main objective of the game is to destroy the final enemy building

    而這建築被稱為「遺跡」

  • which is called the "Ancient."

    在這之間的一切過程

  • Everything else that happens in the meantime

    便是遊戲的精采之處

  • is your amazing filler of a game.

    你可以從 100 位英雄中擇一

  • You could play 100 heroes

    和其餘 99 英雄搭配組合

  • in conjunction with 99 other heroes.

    不斷地 有許多可能性 

  • It's just nonstop possibilities

    而且極為有趣 你知道的

  • and it's so much fun.

    雖然每一場的地圖都是同一個

  • And you know, it's like the same map every single time

    但坦白說永遠不會覺得無聊

  • but it literally never gets boring.

    我會說 Dota 是種生活之道

  • I would say Dota is a way of life.

    當比賽開始提供獎金

  • When the prizes started coming

    我就想說 有正式競賽了

  • I was like, well we have tournaments

    那自然就會有人開始說

  • so obviously some people are going to come and say,

    「真是個好遊戲 我們玩幾場吧!」 或 「我們花點錢投資吧!」

  • "This is a great game. Let's play it. Like, let's put money in it."

    然後它開始逐年成長

  • And it started progressing each year.

    那些頂尖玩家

  • Those at the top level,

    他們腦裡需要作出許多運算

  • they just do like lots of calculations in their head.

    和電影《美麗境界》很像

  • Something like "A Beautiful Mind"

    你能看見各種細枝末節

  • where you see like all kinds of things.

    再利用這些資訊

  • And using all this information

    決定你的下一步

  • make your next move.

    在我看來它和籃球有許多相似之處

  • I see it in a lot of ways similar to basketball.

    就像場五對五的比賽

  • Just like a 5 on 5 game

    大家必須要齊心合作

  • where you kind of have to work together

    善用每個人的強項來協力互補

  • and utilize each other's strengths and synergizing everything together.

    團隊合作 信任 奉獻精神

  • The teamwork, and the trust, and the sacrifice

    這是每個團隊運動都具備的

  • those are all true for every single team sport.

    Dota 是款團結彼此的遊戲

  • Dota is a game that unites everybody.

    你的國籍或種族並不重要

  • It doesn't matter what country you're from or race you are.

    這就像是種彼此間的羈絆

  • It's kind of like a bond that is shared

    而當你是這緊密團體的一份子時

  • and when you're part of this tight-knit group of people.

    你就像是擁有了第二個家庭

  • It's like having a second family.

    是一輩子都不會放手的

  • That's something you never let go.

    每個人都在尋找些什麼

  • Everyone's searching for something.

    成就感

  • Fulfillment.

    名聲

  • Fame.

    滿足感

  • Satisfaction.

    它給你一個蛻變成長的機會

  • It gives you the ability to become someone else.

    成為一個強大的人

  • A someone who is powerful.

    強大到足以撂倒五名對手

  • Who can take down 5 opponents.

    展現他的創意

  • Express their creativity.

    在不會真正觸犯法律的情況下破壞規則

  • Break the rules without actually getting arrested.

    這些原因都可能潛伏在內心深處

  • All of these reasons are in there somewhere.

    可能連玩家自己都沒有察覺

  • The player himself might not even know.

    他可能自己都還不明白

  • He might not even understand it himself.

    但它確實潛藏在那

  • But it's there.

    奧勒岡州 梅德福市

  • Medford, Oregon

    電玩能滿足我的好勝心

  • Gaming fulfills my competitive need.

    我是個很好強的人

  • I'm a very competitive person.

    說到運動 我認為電玩也是一項運動

  • When it comes to sports, I consider gaming a sport.

    因此我好強的性格

  • So I use my competitiveness

    透過 Dota 得到了滿足

  • and I fuel it with Dota.

    它完整的滿足了那一部分的我

  • So it fulfills that side of me completely.

    Fear 若非美國第一的玩家 至少也是頂尖

  • Fear's one of the best in America, if not the best.

    他有非常豐富的經驗

  • He has a lot of experience.

    基本上 他算是老鳥了

  • He's one of the old hogs, basically.

    而他平常就是個冷靜的人

  • And he's generally just a calm guy.

    所以 就我看來那是他的長處

  • So, in my opinion, that's his strength.

    籃球打得相當出色

  • Really good basketball player.

    還記得我的教練看他打籃球

  • I remember my coaches watch him playing

    直說來年要將他選入隊伍

  • and just talk about picking him up the next year when he came in.

    總是不斷稱讚著他

  • Always had nothing but good things to say,

    但他最後沒入選

  • but he wasn't picked on the team.

    至於原因嘛 我猜是他不夠高

  • The reason was, yeah, he just wasn't tall enough, I guess.

    所以 對 我知道他找到了遊戲

  • So, I know that, yeah, he found the game.

    他對遊戲投入了不少心力

  • He got really devoted in that and stuff

    他在籃球之後找到了其它的重心

  • and just found something else that worked.

    我是典型的家長

  • I was your typical parent.

    「Clinton 你花太多時間打電動了」

  • "Clinton, you're spending too much time playing computer games."

    「你得上學」

  • "You need to go to school."

    「之後還要上大學」

  • "You need to go to college."

    然後他告訴我

  • and he would tell me,

    「我想要玩遊戲 並靠它維生」

  • "I want to be able to play games and get paid for it."

    他是在很小的時候說這句話的

  • Now he said this at a very young age

    那時候甚至還沒有 Dota

  • before Dota ever came along.

    那時我想 他總有一天會成熟

  • And I thought, well, you know, he's going to grow out of it.

    他會厭倦一直坐在那邊

  • He's going to get sick and tired of sitting there

    盯著電腦玩遊戲

  • in front of that computer and playing.

    但從來沒有 從來沒有

  • Never did. Never did.

    新加坡

  • Singapore

    在新加坡 家人對於教育方面

  • In Singapore the families actually put a lot of stress on us

    給我們許多壓力

  • in terms of our education.

    我得說過去要同時應付

  • I would say it's been tough on me trying to juggle

    電玩與讀書很困難

  • both studies and gaming at the same time.

    我的成績已經落後兩年了

  • My grades have dropped for two years already.

    而我父母認為電玩是始作俑者

  • And my parents have treated the gaming as the cause of it.

    他們常說的一句話是

  • I mean there was this phrase that they used. They said,

    「打電動總有一天會害死你」

  • "Gaming will be the death of you one day."

    他是個優秀的玩家 也是優秀的隊長

  • He's a great player and a great captain.

    我敢說他是新加坡最頂尖的玩家

  • I would say he's the top player in Singapore.

    毫無疑問

  • Easily.

    我的父母和家人

  • My parents and my family,

    他們不太談論我的電玩職涯

  • they don't actually speak much of my gaming career.

    他們不會和親朋好友說

  • They don't tell their friends and my other relatives

    我其實非常擅長於我的遊戲

  • that I'm actually that good at my games.

    一直以來他們都拿我的學業炫耀

  • All along they have only been bragging about my studies.

    因為我過去是個優等生

  • Because I used to be an "A" student.

    他們逢人就提 然後…

  • Yeah, they go on and on. And...

    似乎只有這件事能讓他們引以為傲

  • And it seemed like that was the only thing they could ever be proud of.

    事實上只有一個人

  • Actually, there has only been one person

    一路上支持我打電動

  • that has always been very supportive of me gaming.

    就是我的前女友 Huayan

  • And that was my ex-girlfriend, Huayan.

    她來自於新加坡的女子 Dota 戰隊

  • She's from the female Dota team in Singapore.

    我們的人生有許多共同之處

  • There are a lot of things that we share in life.

    真的很多

  • So many things.

    對我來說感覺很好 你知道的

  • In my case, it felt really good, you know, to have someone

    有個真誠欣賞你長才的人

  • who truly appreciated what you did best.

    並為此愛你

  • And loved you for it.

    她明白我在做什麼 也了解我熱衷的事物

  • She was aware of what I'm doing and what I'm passionate about.

    分手是她的決定 而我尊重她

  • The breakup was her decision and I respected it.

    我們交往了將近三年

  • We'd been together for close to three years

    而分手後 我還是忘不了她

  • and ever since the breakup, I haven't gotten over it.

    我想起最後一次和她說話

  • I recall the last time she spoke to me

    她罵我「混蛋」… 所以…

  • she named me as a bastard so...

    *笑*

  • *Laughter*

    我們沒有聯絡了 不過…

  • We're not in contact anymore, yeah, but...

    日子依舊是要過的

  • life goes on.

    烏克蘭 利維夫市

  • L'viv, Ukraine

    我來自烏克蘭

  • I'm from Ukraine.

    我的暱稱是 Dendi

  • My nickname is Dendi.

    我讀完大學了

  • I finished my university, and

    而我現在就在打電玩

  • I'm just playing computer games right now.

    他本來要走上音樂一途

  • He was doing music.

    他彈過鋼琴

  • He played the piano.

    他練過舞

  • He was doing dancing.

    在校時還曾擔任過音樂劇的男主角

  • At school, he had musical plays in which he played the main role.

    觀眾常因他的藝術天分而印象深刻

  • Audiences were always impressed by his artistic ability.

    當孩子們群聚演出時

  • When their kids' group was showing,

    Danil 的表現總是非常醒目

  • Danil would always stand out.

    我們成長時

  • When we were growing up

    家中的經濟狀況不是太好

  • it wasn't a good time financially for our family.

    然而奶奶在 1997 年 幫我們得到了第一台電腦

  • But my grandma helped us to get our first computer in 1997.

    和其他烏克蘭孩子比起來這算早了

  • Early, compared with other kids in Ukraine.

    我們每天都有訪客

  • We got visitors every day.

    過去我哥的朋友們都會來我們家

  • The friends of my older brother used to come to visit us

    和我們一起玩電玩

  • and we were playing games.

    然後 Danil 每次都會來看我們在幹什麼

  • And Danil, every time looked at what we do.

    我們每次都會趕他走

  • Every time we would try to push him away

    但他總會回來再繼續看

  • but he would come back and look again.

    他總是比其他孩子更沉迷於這上面

  • It was more prominent with him than with other kids.

    在他有生以來醒著的時間

  • During all his conscious life

    我們都在阻止他玩遊戲

  • we were trying to stop him from playing.

    我們把電腦電源線藏在公寓四處

  • We were hiding our computer cord everywhere in our apartment

    但他總是能找到

  • but he always found it.

    我總是想更了解他

  • I always wanted to understand him better.

    包括遊戲的習慣 我都想更了解…

  • Including that hobby, I wanted to understand him better.

    其中有某些原因

  • There were certain reasons.

    我先暫且先不提

  • I'm not going to mention them now.

    我想他內心深處有一點哀傷

  • I think somewhere deep inside he's a little bit sad.

    她後來不再阻止他玩 Dota 了

  • She stopped preventing him from playing Dota.

    她給了 Dendi 選擇的自由

  • She gave Dendi the freedom to choose

    讓他追求自己想要的人生

  • what is the best for him and his life.

    當時的錦標賽獎金很少

  • Tournaments back then were really low prizes.

    甚至還有玩家拿不到獎金

  • And a lot of prize money didn't even get to the players.

    常有隊經理把獎金騙走的情況

  • There's been a lot of scams with the managers and stuff like that.

    謠言傳出這次冠軍可獲得 5 萬美元

  • There were, like, some rumors that it's going to be $50,000 first place,

    大家的反應都是「不會啦 不可能會有那種事」

  • and everyone was going, like, "Nah, it's not going to be like that."

    2011 年 8 月 10 日

  • August 10, 2011

    看整個論壇瘋狂起來! 大夥們!

  • Watch the forums go nuts, guys.

    看著整個論壇瘋狂!

  • Watch the forums go nuts.

    這是確定的了

  • It is actually confirmed.

    簡直是讚到破表!

  • It is off the fricking hook.

    160 萬美元的總獎金!

  • 1.6 million dollar prize pool!

    而給贏家的獎金

  • That is for the winner,

    Dota 冠軍可帶 1 百萬美元回家

  • 1 million dollars for winning Dota!

    Dota 這個我玩了 5 年的遊戲

  • Dota, the game I've played for 5 years now.

    這個用來消遣打發時間

  • Which I played for fun.

    用來賺取微薄餐費和雜支的遊戲

  • For some food money or whatever, you know.

    沒想到就這麼熱門起來了

  • Ok, it's actually getting big.

    這是目前電競史上最高額的獎金

  • It's the largest prize pool of any gaming competition to date.

    感覺就像是某件大事的開端

  • It just felt like the start of something big.

    像是場革命

  • Like a revolution.

    你知道 我們具備了一切的條件

  • You know, we had everything we needed

    讓電競正當化並受尊敬

  • for the game to become big and respected as an E Sport.

    這也能說是洗刷我們的污名

  • It would kind of like vindicate us.

    我們並非因為成癮才打電動的

  • We're not just playing because we're addicted.

    有個正當的目標和動機

  • There's a goal, a motive.

    一個只要我們夠優秀就能達成的目標

  • That we can actually reach out and grab if we are good enough.

    中國 北京

  • Beijing, China

    在亞洲 專業玩家和搖滾巨星的待遇相同

  • Over in Asia, professional gamers are treated like rock stars.

    這是個可行的職業

  • It's a viable career opportunity.

    他們有專門的選手基地能住

  • They actually live in gamer houses.

    作為全年的生活場所

  • So it's set up to be a thing all year long.

    他們把練習當做日常工作來面對

  • I think their approach to practice is that it's like a day job.

    他們的粉絲群很大

  • The fan base is immense.

    大概可以比擬整個西方的觀眾群

  • It probably is as big as the whole western audience together.

    可能甚至還更大

  • Or even more than that.

    所以你必須要很厲害

  • So now you really have to play good