Professional gaming these days seems all the rage, but like any other sports, it does require a herculean amount of effort and time in order to become a “professional”. Is there any raw talent behind the gaming scenes? Of course. Just because the more traditional form of sports that involve a ball have more people watching them doesn’t necessarily mean the less popular sports aren’t just as well rewarding for professionals. The same can be said of gaming. What does it really take to be a professional gamer nowadays?