Meet the Community - Manduul and Jordan - Milwaukee Esports Alliance
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Meet the Community – Manduul and Jordan

Meet the Community – Manduul and Jordan

  • Who are you? (First and Last Name)
    • Manduul Gomez & Jordan Tian


  • What Organization do you represent? (As it relates to why you’d be getting highlighted in an Esports Newsletter)
    • Tier 1 Gaming Lounge


  • Why do you personally believe esports is important, both to our region and in general?
    • Manduul: Esports is important to our community due to its impact on everyone around us. I personally formed social relationships and if you can imagine the kid who is 13 growing up during Covid with only a console at his house for a year and how his life could play out where his nostalgia will be esports. Gaming is here to stay, and with it comes a whole load of opportunity that we can take advantage of as a region. This is important because if as a region can demonstrate a healthy ecosystem of in-person business in gaming it could be monumental.   


    • Jordan: I think Esports brings out a social element to competitive video games that helps players grow as people. It let’s us practice human skills like communication and puts it all into the dramatic frame of competition. I think it would give people in our area who have an interest in competitive gaming a constructive outlet while also creating new entertainment in tournaments.


  • What games did you grow up playing and what are you playing the most now?
    • Manduul: I have played many games over the years. I initially started playing Red Alert 2 which was a strategy game, then moved to Dota, CS:GO, and now am playing a lot of league and Valorant.


    • Jordan: I grew up playing all types of games since I was 2 years old. The first game I played was Super Mario World and a bunch of other SNES games. My Esports games were Street Fighter, Halo, Starcraft, Dota, and League of Legends. Now a days I mostly play Dota 2 or League of Legends with Friends.


  • If you could only play one game for the rest of your life, what would it be?
    • Manduul: I think I could never get tired of multiplayer games so maybe like valorant or league.
    • Jordan: Dota 2 or Tetris


  • Where can people find you? (Socials/Twitch/etc)
      • Website:
      • Facebook: @tier1gl
      • YouTube: N/A
      • Twitter: @tier1gl
      • Instagram: @tier1gl 
      • Twitch:

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